Found in 395 Collections and/or Records:
165 x 215 mm. A black and white print, probably later than the other two prints in this collection, showing three horses, attached to machinery to work the silo, with men behind cutting the crop and loading the silo.
200 x 150 mm. Showing a horse-drawn harvester in a partially cropped field of alfalfa. Caption on reverse reads '4 to 7 crops yearly Q'land.'
200 x 150 mm. Showing a herd of cattle grazing in pastureland.
200 x 150 mm. The dairy premises are a small stone building with an overhanging thatched roof. With a figure standing in front of the building.
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.
120 x 85 mm. Pencilled caption on reverse reads ‘Delta Central District’. Showing the flow from a smallish bore.
Kamerunga Nursery. [Woman in long skirt standin on top of wooden stairs among creeper in front of the house].
195 x 145 mm. Three ladies on the verandah of the house, a stone bungalow with an attic floor. There is a lawn mower on the grass, with a single-stem handle.
200 x 130 mm. Showing a flock of sheep with three farmers on horseback.
235 x 180 mm. A view across a field towards the railway line, with the town in the distance. The station sign can be seen above the passenger carriage of a train in the station (engine hidden by building).
200 x 150 mm. Showing an unidentified crop being hoisted by horse-powered crane onto a silage heap.
200 x 150 mm. Showing a field of oats, with a man standing waist-high amongst the crop.
200 x 150 mm. Showing a field of wheat, with a briefcase placed in front as an indication of scale.
235 x 180 mm. A general view of the fern garden.
235 x 180 mm. Another view of various plants in the Gardens.
205 x 150 mm. The vine curls up the trunk of this 75 ft fig tree, set in a sugar cane plantation, while at the base of the tree stand four figures, with three more figures at various points on the tree itself. The vine appears to be well over a foot in diameter.
155 x 110 mm. A picture of the King and Queen made of lights with the message ‘1901 God Bless our King and Queen’. The firework display took place at Government House on the 22nd of May and was ‘said to be the finest pyrotechnic display ever seen in the Southern Hemisphere’.
155 x 110 mm A similar picture to Y3085J/28, with the Duke and Duchess of York depicted.
105 x 150 mm. A time exposure of rockets bursting in the sky