New South Wales, Australia: Dufty & Burgess, c. 1899. Photograph. A cabinet card with albumen print of the Inverell NSW train station c. 1900 with an engine in the station. Research on Trove cites only two photographs by Dufty & Burgess of the firemen of Glen Innes, c. 1900. (ID 1wNW7yOn at the State Library of NSW).
John Wesley Burgess married Alice Dufty in 1894 and moved to Inverell in 1896. It is possible that Alice Dufty is related to the Dufty brothers, Frank and Edward, who are phtographyers best known for photographs of Fiji. They also produced 21 views of the Victorian goldfields, and had a studio in Kyneton Victoria. Stamped on the verso "Dufty & Burgess Photographers Glen Innes & Inverell". Image 9.5 x 14cm on slightly larger card. Card with slt damp mark on margin not affecting photo and a couple of marginal chips. Photo slt. sunned but overall very good. Item #28271