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A.H. & A.W., Reed. Sydney. 1982. You will rarely find the name William James Hall among records of early Australian photography. Yet, with the recent rediscovery of his vast range of work, he is fast being recognised as an unsung genius of the camera. This is the first published book of his work, and it concentrates on his magnificent Harbourside glass plate photography owned by the Royal Sydney Yacht Squadron.In the words of author Jeff Toghill: 'I first came across his [Hall's] work when my assistant was researching a book on yachting 'history for me and, in the course of sifting through the archives of the Squadron, came across a number of shelves piled high with photographic plates. At first they seemed to be routine photographs..... but closer examination revealed what must be one of the most valuable photographic collections in Australia's maritime history. Illustrated dust jacket over brown cloth covered end boards. Near fine condition. 128pp. 220 x 290 mm