St Mary's Catholic Church at Cooktown in 1907. It has been suggested that this occasion was the opening of the new church, erected after the old one was demolished in the 1907 cyclone.
View of Sircom Street, Croydon, ca. 1907. Croydon is located in the heart of the Gulf Savannah, in north west Queensland. When first settled in the 1880s Croydon was a large pastoral holding until gold was disc... More
South Sea Islanders standing in front of a house in Mackay in 1907 South Sea Islander labourers dressed in work wear sitting and standing in front of their dwelling at a sugar plantation in Mackay, Queensland, ... More
Boys' cricket team from The Southport School on the Gold Coast, 1907. The Southport School's cricket XI, photographed outdoors against a backdrop of what appear to be paperbark trees.
Stannary Hills in North Queensland, ca. 1907. The Stannary Hills and Irvinebank Tramways of Northern Queensland were 2' gauge lines built through spectactular scenery to service tin mines in the area. Notes on ... More
Sugar cane harvest at Marburg Sugar Mill. Workers on the top of the wagons of sugar cane at Marburg. Postcard made by the Queensland Goverment to promote Queensland at the Fronco-British Exhibition, 1908. '1,72... More
Nurses and doctors on the staff at the Toowoomba General Hospital, ca. 1907. Doctors, nurses and committee members are pictured outside the Toowoomba General Hospital building. There are no further details avai... More
Nelly McMahon, Queen of Hearts, Richmond, 1907. Nelly was the winner of first prize and was crowned Queen of Hearts at the recent Richmond Hospital Ball. (Description supplied with photograph).
Thorold House at The Southport School, Gold Coast, 1907 Founded in 1901, The Southport School was established by the Reverend Horace Henry Dixon as an Anglican day and boarding school on the Gold Coast for boys.
Attendants from the Persse - Parry-Okeden wedding in the gardens of Delamore, Kedron, Brisbane, 1907. The bridesmaids and groomsmen from the Persse - Parry-Okeden wedding in the gardens of Delamore at Kedron, i... More
William Kidston at the Rockhampton railway station, 1907. Arrival of the Ministerial party at the railway station at Rockhampton.
Afternoon tea in the garden, Gympie, ca. 1907 Tea in grand style in the garden of a Gympie resident. A man and five women are formally dressed and the women are wearing fashionable hats. The hostess is holding ... More
Charlotte Street, Cooktown, after the 1907 cyclone. View of Charlotte Street, Cooktown, after the 1907 cyclone. Passers-by survey the damage done to the John Clunn and Sons emporium and other buildings. Debris ... More
Some leading Labour women of Queensland, 1907 : [suffragette movement in Queensland] Celebrating the centenary of the suffrage movement in Queensland. On 5 January 1905, two years after the formation of the Que... More
Two young children in traditional Chinese dress Studio portrait of two young children in traditional Chinese dress. Their costume includes headgear, ornate jackets with large collars and cuffs.
Mackay Bridge over the Pioneer River, Mackay, ca. 1907 Mackay Bridge (also known as the Sydney Street Bridge and Pioneer Bridge) photographed in 1907. The bridge was washed away during the 1918 cyclone. A coupl... More
Buggy pair competitors at the Longreach Show, ca. 1907 James Inglis and C S Affleck from Wellshot, Ilfracombe competing at the Longreach Show. (Description supplied with photograph.).
Bank of New South Wales building in Cairns, 1907 The bank is located on the corner of Abbott and Spence Streets. (Description supplied with photograph.).
Norma, Ronald and George Linning at 'Baroona' in Glamorgan Vale, 1907 Portrait of Norma, Ronald and George Linning at 'Baroona' in Glamorgan Vale, taken at Christmas, 1907 (Description supplied with photograph)... More
Christmas camp at Bulwer, Moreton Island, 1907. A tent and a canvas awning have been erected on poles and are surrounded by a cut pole fence. Two men and a lady are posing for the camera. Boxes of supplies are ... More
Geritz's bark humpy, Palmwoods, Queensland, 1907 The Geritz family in front of their rough bark home at Palmwoods, in April 1907. Caption: Geritz's Bark Humpy. Palmwoods. Erected on Surveyed Road. Occupied for ... More
Gypsy woman and two young children, Annerley, 1907. Portrait of a woman and two children. They wear scarves around their heads and the woman and girl wear patterned tops and skirts. Caption: Visiting gipsy and ... More
Parker's dairy farm at Knapp's Creek, near Beaudesert, 1907 Image looks into the milking shed on A. Parker's dairy farm at Knapps Creek, where several women are at work. A man appears at the entrance carrying a bucket.
Sokoto (ship). Launch with passengers heading out to the Sokoto at Port Adelaide. The Sokoto arrived from Port Victoria with damaged steering gear.( Descriptions supplied with photograph.).
Workers Cash Store in Stanthorpe, ca.1907. The Workers Cash Store, owned by Joe McLucas, was situated on the corner of Railway Street and Maryland Street, Stanthorpe. A horsedrawn wagon is being unloaded in fro... More
Stagecoach outside Adavale Post Office, 1907 Cobb and Co. stagecoach of the Charleville - Adavale run outside the Adavale Post Office, 1907. The driver is Steve Wall (Description supplied with photograph). The ... More
Students from Townsville Grammar School performing A Midsummer Night's Dream, 1907. Caption: Shakespeare at the Townsville Grammar School. During the Governor's recent visit to the Townsville Grammar School he ... More
Headmaster's house, The Southport School, Queensland, 1907 Woman standing in front of the headmaster's residence at The Southport School on the Gold Coast in 1907.
Union Bank of Australia, Pittsworth, ca. 1907. Pittsworth is a small rural community near Toowoomba, on the Darlinig Downs. It is a service centre for the surrounding farms which grow cereal crops, cotton, lins... More
Club Hotel in Kingaroy, Queensland, ca. 1907. Club Hotel, situated at the corner of Kingaroy and Alford Streets, was owned by Ferdinand Holmsen. The Hotel could boast that the Prime Minister of the day, Andrew ... More
Campsite at the Governor's shooting camp, Dillalah, August 1907 Frederick John Napier Thesiger, Baron Chelmsford (born August 12, 1868, London, England, died April 1, 1933, London), was sworn in as Governor of ... More
Dining tent at the shooting camp, Dillalah, August 1907 Frederick John Napier Thesiger, Baron Chelmsford (born August 12, 1868, London, England, died April 1, 1933, London), was sworn in as Governor of Queensla... More
House of Mr Love, Dillalah, August 1907. Frederick John Napier Thesiger, Baron Chelmsford (born August 12, 1868, London, England, died April 1, 1933, London), was sworn in as Governor of Queensland on 20 Novemb... More
Shooting party at Dillalah, Queensland, August 1907 Frederick John Napier Thesiger, Baron Chelmsford (born August 12, 1868, London, England, died April 1, 1933, London), was sworn in as Governor of Queensland o... More
Three members of the Governor's hunting party, Dillilah, August 1907. Frederick John Napier Thesiger, Baron Chelmsford (born August 12, 1868, London, England, died April 1, 1933, London), was sworn in as Govern... More
Farm at Mount Walker, ca. 1907. Coloured postcard produced by the Queensland Government to promote Queensland at the Franco- British Exhibition. Note on the postcard reads, ' The grazing farms and homesteads in... More
Gathering of people at Toowoomba for concert performance, ca. 1907. The population of Queensland in 1906 was 535,110. (Description supplied with photograph.).
View of the O.K. Copper Mine Smelters in the Chillagoe district, 1907 Photograph shows the large traction engine at the smelter.
Linning children of Baroona in Glamorgan Vale, Queensland, Christmas 1907. Norma, Ronald and George Linning at Baroona, Glamorgan Vale. Baby Norma is seated on a cane perambulator and the other young children a... More
Chinese firemen of the steamship Fido near Point Danger, 1907. She was wrecked off Cook's Island near Point Danger. Point Danger is below Coolangatta near the border of Queensland and New South Wales. (From des... More
Men dressed in womens' clothes at a picnic cricket match, Yandina, ca. 1907. Standing, left to right: B. Nichols, Bill Brayden, Bob Ablin, Ewen Low, D.L. Best, Bill Cox, J. McNab. Seated, left to right: J. Cor... More
Jubilee Sanatorium, Dalby, 1907. The sanatorium consists of a two storey federation style building on low stumps flanked by single storey buildings. All the buildings have verandas.
Officers and committee of the South Brisbane Sailing Club, season 1907-8. Photograph includes the following people from top to bottom: H. Schofield (starter and judge); G. Tingle (committee); T. Broughton (comm... More
Church of England Sunday School, Irvinebank, ca. 1907 Mrs. Stovell is standing to the right in a black hat. (Description supplied with photograph).
Queensland National Bank building, Goondiwindi, ca. 1907 This branch of the Queensland National Bank was established in 1907 on the north face of Marshall Street, between Herbert and McLean Streets. In ca. 1911... More
Biggenden branch of the Queensland National Bank, 1907 This branch opened 30 January 1907. (Description supplied with photograph.).
Pineapple plantation at Fred Zerner's farm, Cleveland, 1907 Family members are standing amongst the pineaplles in front of their homestead.
Governor Chelmsford with his two sons at Gabbinbar, 1907. Relaxing on the verandah with Father at Gabbinbar. Lord Chelmsford with his sons, Frederic and Andrew.
Children of the Governor and friends riding at Gabbindah, 1907. Jack Ramsay, John, Bridget Frederick and Ann Thesiger are riding ponies at their Toowoombah property Gabbindah. Frederick Thesiger, the Governor's... More
Lord Chelmsford with his youngest son, Andrew, Queensland, 1907. Lord Chelmsford, Queensland Governor from 1905-1909 with his youngest son Andrew Thesiger at the Toowoomba station, Gabbinbar.