Collection 50 - Richard Koth and Minnie Kohlhagen of Uranquinty

Studio portrait of Richard Hermann Koth and Minna Fredericka Kohlhagen of Uranquinty [copy]

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RW 50


Richard Koth and Minnie Kohlhagen of Uranquinty


  • 1904 (Creation)

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0.01m; 1 photograph.

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(November 1888 - (1914) 1925?)

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Ernest Henningham moved to Wagga Wagga from Sydney and joined James Fiddes in his photography business for about three years before branching out on his own in 1888. He built his photographic studio on the western side of Fitzmaurice Street, Wagga Wagga, very close to the Wollundry Lagoon Bridge. (1)
Henningham died in 1949, aged 49 years. His son, Geoffrey returned to Wagga in 1924 to take over his father's business. (2)

(1) Wagga Wagga Advertiser, 30 October 1888,
(2) Daily Advertiser, 18 October 1924,

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Copy of wedding photograph depicting Richard Hermann Koth and Minna Fredericka Kohlhagen of Uranquinty.


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OPEN to public access.

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