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Title: Aeroplane
Photo No: PH0110/0067
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metadata.picturent.dc.contributor.photographer: Litchfield, Jessie, 1883-1956
Date taken: 12-Dec-1919
Collection: Christa Roderick Collection.
Description: First plane to fly from south to north. Flown by pilot Capt. Henry Wrigley and Sgt. Arthur Murphy. Aircraft is a BE2e, B-6183. Shows biplane with crowd nearby. Wrigley flew the plane to Darwin as part of the preparation for the London to Australia Air Race 1919. When it landed at Alexandria in December 1919 it was the first plane to land in the Territory. This photo taken in Darwin?
Subject: crowds
air races
Copyright owner: Library & Archives NT
Digital format: 3019 x 5000 pixels : 48bpp ; 86.3Mb, jpeg 2.51Mb.
File type: image/jpeg
Hardcopy format: 1 photograph : b&w ; 10.2 x 17.5 cm.
Use and Restrictions: No known copyright
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