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Three loose prints depicting agriculture in Queensland. Photographer unknown, presumably the staff photographer of the 'Silverwood Gazette' as two prints are thus stamped on reverse, as well as being marked up in pencil for publication.
Collection of photographs measuring mainly 90 x 63 mm. Photographer unknown.
245 x 195 mm. This sepia print has Brisbane in pencil on the back, but is otherwise unidentified. The costume suggests a date in the late 1880s.
205 x 140 mm. A mounted sepia print of twenty-four delegates (plus one looking through a window behind) posed for the camera. Stamped on mount with : 'Peabody, Photo. Rockhampton.' Delegates not identified.
A commercially produced portfolio containing three black and white photographs of bush scenes, with captions on the front of the prints.
Commercially produced album with printed title page giving picture captions. Prints are mainly 260 x 200 mm; most are of Brisbane. Photographer unknown, probably by various hands. Plate 4 is captioned on print: 'S. Lomer and Co.'.
A collection of photographs relating to agriculture in Queensland. They fall into three distinct groups of four prints: four sepia prints on flimsy paper, four glossy sepia prints on heavier paper, and (probably of a later date) four miscellaneous black and white prints.
Album containing nine coloured (180 x 130 mm) and one black and white (205 x 135 mm) photographs of the Port of Brisbane, with printed captions. The album, which is not full, is a Saga self-adhesive album made in Japan. The first page reproduces the Charter and the Coat of Arms, with description (all in colour). The second page sets out brief facts about the Port's involvement in coal exports.
Album containing seventy three coloured lithographic plans and elevations, pages measuring 200 x 335 mm. of various country buildings to be made of wood, with additions such as fences and gates, drawn to various scales. The title on the front cover is blocked in gold and reads: 'Queensland Court/Colonial and Indian Exhibition/Queensland State Schools. /Lithographed plans/ of /Country Buildings etc. /With additions complete / Constructed of Hardwood.'
A commercially produced portfolio containing twelve prints, each 130 x 105 mm, mounted on card with printed captions, showing scenes in and around Brisbane. Photographer and publisher George P Wright, James Street, Valley, Brisbane.
Three loose black and white photographs of the interior of the Cathedral of St. John the Evangelist, with pencilled captions on the reverse.
- Brisbane (inhabited place) 6
- Mackay (inhabited place) 1
- Townsville (inhabited place) 1
- Victoria (state) 1
- Warwick (inhabited place) 1
- York, Cape (cape) 1 ∧ less
- John Watson and Co (fl. 1855-1875) (photographers) 2
- Roth, Henry Ling, 1855 - 1925 (ethnologist) 2
- Wright, George Parkinson, fl1874 - 1883 (photographer) 2
- Falconer, John, 1951 (Curator of photographs, British Library) 1
- Griffin, P T, fl1923 (photographer) 1
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.