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Danbidelli was one of the Yandruwandha people who assisted the explorers Burke, Wills and King after they returned to the Cooper Creek, South Australia, in 1861.
Lantern slide of a black and white glass plate negative. Shows a white man on the left wearing a jacket and pith helmet with an Aboriginal, who is facing the camera, man wearing a long white garment with short sleeves and a cap holding a long stick in his right hand.
L 82mm x W 82mm