A colour slide of children at Harelands in the 1960s in the dining room doing their homework, helped by Legatees. It is similar to a black and white photo at 02542.
Harelands was a residence run by Melbourne Legacy to take care of children whose fathers were deceased servicemen, and who may have been left orphans, or whose mother may have been unable to care for them herself, or they needed to stay in Melbourne for education.
Was with many other slides taken in the 1950s and 1960s. The slides have been photographed to make digital images and moved to archive quality sleeves. In many cases the original images were not well focussed and the digital image the best available.
A record of legatees helping children at Harelands.
Colour slide of children doing homework in a dining room in Kodachrome off-white cardboard mount with yellow and red print.
Inscriptions & markings
Printed on front 'Made in Australia' and '10' in red ink. Faint print mark with slide date 'Se???M'
Printed on reverse "Kodachrome Transparency / Processed by Kodak" in red ink.