Australian World War I Photographs Surface After Being Lost For 100 Years
The negatives were discovered in the attic of photographer Louis Thuillier's barn almost a century after they were taken. NSW Premier Barry O'Farrell said of the 800 negatives discovered, 74 hand-printed photographic portraits had been donated to the Australian War Memorial and exhibited to the public next year.
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