|Catalogue Number :||CDLHD 77|
|Common Name :||Box|
|Field Cataloguer :|| Estelle Lazer and Rod Givney|
Category 5: Tools & Equipment For Science & Technology - Merchandising T & E
Category 6: Tools & Equipment For Communication - Photographic T & E (definition)
|Field Location :||Main Hut Living Quarters Dark Room (definition) - North wall, first shelf, fourth most westerly artefact.|
Blue cardboard box with a red paper label. The box contains four glass tubes, which make up a photographic developing kit. The tubes are all clear glass with paper labels, Some have cork stoppers. The first cylindrical container is purple in colour . It is 69 mm long and has a diameter of 12 mm. The cork protrudes 7 mm from the mouth. It has a white label with black writing, which reads: AMIDOL 'SCALOIDS' No. 1 The second container is purple in colour and has no cork. It measures 70 x 12 mm. The paper label has black writing , which reads: AMIDOL 'SCALOIDS' No. 2 The third container is purple in colour and does not have a cork stopper. It contains a purple substance, which has leaked and obscures the writing on the paper label. It measures 70 x 12 mm. The fourth tube is purple in colour and has a cork stopper. It measures 69 x 12 mm. The cork protrudes 6 mm beyond the opening. The label is partially obscured by leaking purple substance. Still legible is: AMIDOL 'SCALOIDS' No...... (illegible). The bottle contains five tablets.
Glass - Other - Purple (definition)
|Production Method :||Manufactured|
|Inscription/Markings :||Label on box: OPEN IN DARKROOM ONLY|
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|Significance :||Assemblage - Dark Room (definition) PRIMARY - Historic (definition) SECONDARY - Interpretive Potential (definition)|
|Expedition Association :||AAE (definition)|
|Expeditioner Association :||Hurley, James Francis (definition)|