Dally, Frederick

DALLY, Frederick, photographer (b 29 July 1838, Southwark, England; d 28 July 1914, Wolverhampton, England). He arrived in VICTORIA in 1862 and went into business as a dry goods merchant; 4 years later he opened a photographic studio. His subjects included prominent Victoria citizens as well as some of the earliest images of the CARIBOO WAGON ROAD, Interior goldfields and aboriginal people. He briefly had a studio in BARKERVILLE but it was destroyed by the 1868 fire. He left Victoria in 1870...

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