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Northwest corner of garden, Drummoyne House Northwest corner of garden, Drummoyne House Part of garden at some distance from house. Shows garden house, several men seated nearby, many eucalypt saplings. 809_082 1860s
Drummoyne House and garden from NE View of northeast corner of the house.  [Photographer unidentified] Drummoyne House and garden from NE View of northeast corner of the house. [Photographer unidentified] Mature bushes in foreground, northeast wing of house completed with windows as shown in images 73, (but not as in image 75). Images 80-85 were not in the original John Smith collection and may have be taken by Judge Ernest Brougham Docker, or by Smith using a different camera. 809_083 1860s
Rear of Drummoyne House.  [Photographer unidentified] Rear of Drummoyne House. [Photographer unidentified] View of rear of house from a height, possibly taken from a tower or windmill (or a ladder). Shows a stone wall running along western side. Trees in garden are well grown and house is complete. The Parramatta Rivers is in the background. Images 80-85 were not in the original John Smith collection and may have be taken by Judge Ernest Brougham Docker, or by Smith using a different camera. 809_084 1860s
Drummoyne House View of stone wharf (still in existence) at present Wright's Point.  [Photographer unidentified] Drummoyne House View of stone wharf (still in existence) at present Wright's Point. [Photographer unidentified] Wharf used for boats to load goods, possibly only at high tide. Smaller boats and yachts moored here for picnics and to use it as a vantage point during regattas. View taken from across Parramatta Rivers, possibly from Hunters Hill, below present Wybalena Rd. Images 80-85 were not in the original John Smith collection and may have be taken by Judge Ernest Brougham Docker, or by Smith using a different camera. 809_085 1857-58
Reverend Thomas Reiby (possibly) and wife in the conservatory, Entally House, Tasmania Reverend Thomas Reiby (possibly) and wife in the conservatory, Entally House, Tasmania Couple together in front of wall and windows of conservatory. Vine espaliered on rear wall, pots on window edge. Mrs Reiby has elaborately striped and tucked dress. 809_086 1857-58
Entally House, Tasmania, interior. Entally House, Tasmania, interior. Two clergymen, Thomas Reiby (possibly) with book, seated in corner of conservatory as in image 86, standing, unknown man. 809_087 1857-58
Entally House, Tasmania: Three people in conservatory Entally House, Tasmania: Three people in conservatory Unknown man (as in image 87) standing, seated, elderly woman on left, Mrs Reiby on right, dressed as in 86. 809_088 1857-58
Entally House, Tasmania: Group of people in conservatory Entally House, Tasmania: Group of people in conservatory This section of the conservatory shows glass sectioned roof and walls, draped fabric (possible shade cloth) as ceiling. Four people including Mrs Reiby, small girl, unknown young woman and man. 809_089 1857-58
Entally House, Tasmania: Group of people in conservatory Entally House, Tasmania: Group of people in conservatory Group as in Smith image 89, but includes as well, elderly woman and Thomas Reiby, ? large dog in foreground. 809_090 1857-58
Entally House, Tasmania: Woman and girl in conservatory Entally House, Tasmania: Woman and girl in conservatory Woman in elaborate dress and cap, young girl as in Smith images 89, 90 in checked dress, hat with larger checked ribbon. 809_091 1857-58