- Alma Quon and her Joy Belles
Dawn Smith, Molly Worrall, Gladys Torrens, Alma Quon (on drums), Valma Frecker, Moya Brown, Lotte Rehn, Gay Funston, Lorna Quon.
- c. 1955
- Australia - Victoria - Melbourne?
- Alma Quon and her Joy Belles. Circa 1955: Dawn Smith, Molly Worrall, Gladys Torrens, Alma Quon, Valma Frecker, Moya Brown, Lotte Rehn, Gay Funston, Lorna Quon.
Alma Quon on the drums was the instigator and leader of the band. There are two women in this group who are of German background. Photograph is dated as 1955, partly because of the fashions and partly because of personal comments made by Alma and there is also an earlier photograph of Alma in Melody Makers which is dated as 1940s.
- c. 1955
- Black and white photograph.
- Unknown creator (see disclaimer)
- P00785 N45-183 N45-329 (c) N45-330
Daisy Quon collection, DQ; Chinese Museum (Museum of Chinese Australian History). Details
- Reproduction rights owned by the Chinese Museum
- Alma Quon and her Joy Belles. Circa 1955
- 4x5inch black and white negative, 4x5inch colour negative (x2), colour transparencies (x2)
- P00785 N45-183 N45-329 (c) N45-330 N45-181, N45-182
Negative collection (4x5 inch), N45; Chinese Museum (Museum of Chinese Australian History). Details
Most original versions of this image are the colour transparencies and the black and white negative. Colour negatives produced from the colour transparencies.
- Brown, Moya
- Frecker, Valma
- Funston, Gay
- Quon, Lorna Elsie (1909 - 1983)
- Rehn, Lotte
- Smith, Dawn
- Torrens, Gladys
- Worrall, Molly
- Melbourne (Victoria)
- Quon (Charles Senior) family
- Young Chinese League
- Young Chinese League debutante balls
- Young Chinese League social activities
Created: 12 February 2003, Last modified: 16 February 2012