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Help from the public allowed the Maritime Museum to track Cliff Howe - who was pictured as a young man in a Bond Studio portrait. Image courtesy National Museum of Australia.
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Time and place: Mr Bond's photographic studio

In the latest story in our series on South Australian history, curator Lindl Lawton explains how the public has helped track the stories of some of the subjects of photographer Albert Bond, whose work remains a remarkable record of the people of Port Adelaide in the early decades of the 20th century.