- Ah Pen standing in his mine with hat on
Stands bowed over holding a shovel in his left hand. He stands in his mine. He wears a beard and a very old ragged suit with a hat.
- c. 1917
- Australia - Victoria - Creswick
- Interpretive description
Based on other photographs of Ah Pen and Bobby, this photograph is believed to show Ah Pen. It is also believed to have been created by Daryl Lindsay based on his first person annotation on back of the University of Melbourne Archives print of this photograph.
- An old Chines [sic] fossicker Photo By Lionel Lindsy [sic]
- b/w print and negative. There is a scratch across the middle of the negative which is reproduced on the print. Hand written on back of print and on small manilla envelope which contained negative is: 'An old Chinese fossicker. Photo by Lionel Lindsay'. Lindsay attribution added in pencil.
- Lindsay, Lionel (1899-1958)
- Old Bobby [sic Ah Pen] - The last of the Chinese fossickers in Creswick
- c. 1917
- b/w photoprint. Handwritten on back: 'Old Bobby - The last of the Chinese fossickers in Creswick who lives in a one Room hut just below the old Chinese cemetery. I cannot remember the date when I took this snapshot but think about 1917. Daryl Lindsay.'
- Lindsay, Daryl
E.J. Semmens collection, 76/33, 76/42, 77/42; University of Melbourne Archives. Details
Created: 26 May 2004, Last modified: 8 June 2009