Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd managing director John Joseph (JJ) Rouse with his wife Anna and their youngest daughter, Winnie Crane, having tea in a garden, quite likely at their family home 'Kardinia' at Darling Point, Sydney, circa 1924. The dog is Winnie's.

Pictured, left to right: Anna Rouse, Winnie Crane and JJ Rouse.

Winnie would come to visit her parents quite frequently from Scone and later from Plashett, Jerry's Plains.

John Joseph (JJ) Rouse was a co-founder of Baker & Rouse and later was a founding managing director of Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd.

Description of Content

Family of three dressed in formal clothing, seated on outdoor chairs in a garden on a lawn. The two women are sitting on cane chairs while the man sits on a formal wooden lounge chair. The man and woman at left hold cups and saucers, and there is a table laid with a metal coffee pot, tea or coffee china cups, metal jugs, newspapers, flowers and books at far right. Dog lying in foreground. The man is wearing a 3 piece suit and a wool peaked cap, while the woman at left is wearing a hat, dress, necklace and coat. The younger woman in the middle is wearing a dress with pearl necklace and has a bob hairstyle.

Physical Description

Digital file. Digital copy of an original photograph. Original photograph was black and white, landscape orientation, with white border.

More Information