|<-- See earlier|
||An Australian Sundowner
||Scene at Fern Tree Gully
||Twin Tree-called the Sisters
||Selectors' Camp-Vagabond Tent
||'The Baron', Girth 114 feet, height 466 ft, Age 3700 years
||Bend of the River Watt, Fernshaw
||Stevenson's Falls, Marysville
||The Devil's Hole, Black Spurr
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Trip to Australia and New Zealand 1888-1889
||1888–1889 (The date is approximate.)
|Extent and Medium
||Fair condition, fading in along two edges.
|Content and context|
196 x 134 mm. A view showing a group of selectors posing with tools and implements: saws, axes and spades. Behind them stands the beginnings of a rough wooden cabin.
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