Bare foot boy wearing a hat, seated on a log

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Format: Glass plate negative.

Rights Info: No known restrictions on publication.

Repository: Phillips Glass Plate Negative Collection, Powerhouse Museum _Plate_Negative

Part Of: Powerhouse Museum Collection

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Acquisition credit line: Gift of the Estate of Raymond W Phillips, 2008

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  1. Maram Al-Qahtani 33 months ago | reply

    Marvellous! I LOVE IT

  2. willowspain 31 months ago | reply

    i agree with big bean... that was one of the first things i noticed too
    his dirty little legs and the seemingly pristine collar!
    i wonder if it's removable and they just stuck it on him
    before the shot! i bet he got a tongue lashing too
    for getting so dirty b4 the photo!

  3. jobs in Career 31 months ago | reply

    great one.the dog is lucking so hungry..

  4. queen sun 30 months ago | reply

    the dog looks so like the little girl./

    manolo blahnik fashion

  5. primatik 30 months ago | reply

    I liked the combination and pictures

  6. mlartigue 27 months ago | reply

    omg! the cat O: it looks like is part of the log

  7. EmBee's Web 27 months ago | reply

    Is that a stuffed real cat with a sticker on it?

  8. nilliske (holiday) 19 months ago | reply

    Beautiful .. very well exposed !!!

  9. vickaggs 19 months ago | reply

    old style. . . pretty cooolllll

  10. excellentzebu1050 15 months ago | reply

    so so Lovely so sweet Fantastic !

  11. DJ CASHAT 14 months ago | reply

    the true love suffers silently

  12. JAD Arts 11 months ago | reply

    What a beautiful shot. It's a classic.

  13. Jonboy270 11 months ago | reply

    My names Buster Brown, I live in a shoe; that’s my dog Tide, he lives in the shoe too.

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