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Photographs from the Reverend W.H. Gibb's papers, 1930s

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Record title

Photographs from the Reverend W.H. Gibb's papers, 1930s

Call numbers

PXA 1613

Record identifier

YezdGlW9

Photographs from the Reverend W.H. Gibb's papers, 1930s

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Photographs from the Reverend W.H. Gibb's papers, 1930s

Full title

Photographs from the Reverend W.H. Gibb's papers, 1930s

Date

1930s

Call Numbers

PXA 1613

Record Identifier

YezdGlW9
Physical Description

Contents

152 photoprints - 12 x 16 cm. or smaller - chiefly gelatin silver

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

Scenes of Queensland and the Northern Territory including Gilbert River, Cloncurry River, Charters Towers, Newcastle Waters, Julia Creek, Baron Falls, Tully Falls, Booraloola, Leichhardt River. Most photos identified, some include identified people. Activities depicted include gold mining, woodchop competitions and droving.
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Photographs from the Reverend W.H. Gibb's papers, 1930s

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Pic.Acc. Upgrade Project - Information transferred from Pic.Acc.4410 as part of the eRecords Project 2012-13
eRecords 2012-2013

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Administrative / Biographical history

Rev. W. H. Gibb was a member of the Bush Brotherhood of St. Barnabas during the 1930s. He worked in the areas around Camooweal in Queensland. Various orders of Bush Brotherhoods were founded in the late 1890s and early 1900s throughout Queensland and New South Wales. They were organized to provide the ministrations of the Church of England to peopl...

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PXA 1613

Record Identifier

YezdGlW9

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915232

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