Passport, for Marie Hedwig Hammer (Morrison), staple bound, grey cover, issued Stuttgart, Germany, 20 August 1932. Hedda Morrison's passport bears the name 'Marie Hedwig Hammer'. The passport was issued in Stuttgart, Germany on 20 August 1932, and includes visas for Yugoslavia and China.
Hedda Hammer's (Morrison's) passport was issued on 20 August 1932. On 10 July 1933 she received an exit visa to travel to Yugoslavia. This visa was cancelled when she secured a job as manager of Hartung's Photo Shop in Peking, after answering an advertisement in a German photographic journal. She left Germany on 10 August 1933 and travelled by ship from Trieste to Shanghai and then by train to Peking.
Hedda Hammer's (Morrison's) passport was issued on 20 August 1932.
Exhibited in 'In her Vivew: the photographs of Hedda Morrison in China and Sarawak 1933-1967', Powerhouse Museum, Sydney 11 June - 10 October 1993.
Gift of Mr Alastair Morrison, 1993