|The latest (in the sequence) of Henry's photos that I now own: his vegetable patch, from 1943, two years before he died|
|The house in Hazeldene Road today|
|Kathleen is on the right|
|No clue on the back of the photo as to where this is. The entrance is very imposing|
|Henry with daughter Kathleen as a child -- date approx. 1920|
|Henry with Gladys in 1938|
I spent four and a half hours on my little stool at the photo stall! While I was there I heard all the browsers around me commenting on what was for sale and I can tell you that if you have an antiques shop or stall, the item that will arouse the most interest is a drinks cabinet in shape of a globe! Whether it would ever sell is another question. And while I was crouching over the photos, only one person spoke to me, a very nice woman (hello Jean, if you read this!) who asked me why I was sorting through the photos so carefully and with whom I had a really good chat.
My best find on Saturday was a new picture of my favourite of Henry's relatives, Nancy Hamilton from Tasmania.
|Kathleen, Nancy Hamilton and Kathleen's mother Gladys|
|Washerwomen by Averil Burleigh, 1930|
|Veronica Burleigh: Self-portrait with the Artist's Parents, 1937|