One of a subset of eight negatives previously contained in a glassine envelope. Images show views of Mulgrave and the surrounding area.
This subset is part of approximately 3,000 negatives taken by Jim Payens, the Melbourne based aerial photographer, and form part of the Payens Collection. The images span the period predominantly between the 1950s - 1970s.
Jim Payens was one of a very small number of Australian photographers to have specialised in oblique and survey aerial photography. He was also one of the earliest Australian aerial photographers. This collection consists predominantly of aerial views of the city of Melbourne, surrounding suburbs and regional Victoria but also extends to other parts of Australia. The Collection depicts a variety of landmark events and major engineering projects throughout Australia including the Australian Grand Prix, Olympic Games (Melbourne & Sydney) and the construction of Eildon Weir.
The Museum also holds the aerial camera and equipment used by Payens to take these images as well as an oral history interview with the photographer.
Description of Content
Oblique aerial photograph of the suburb of Mulgrave looking north from Police Road showing the area bounded by Police Road, Jackson Road and Wellington Road. It also features the Mulgrave Freeway (now Monash Freeway) which is under construction. North of the freeway is Waverley Park stadium, surrounded by parked vehicles.
negative; black and white; silver gelatin; cellulose acetate.
Donation & Supplementary Purchase from Mr. Jim Payens, 09 Jan 2002
Place & Date Depicted
Negative, Black & White
Hand written in black ink on a glassine envelope that contained this negative along with seven others [envelope now discarded]; 'DANDENONG. RD, / GLEN WAVERLEY / AREA / 1972 / BLACK + WHITE' Hand written in black ink on the edge of the negative; 'GLEN WAVERLEY AREA MELB 1972 No20'
Type of item
Image Dimensions - Negative/s
140 mm (Width), 130 mm (Height)