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Picture relating to Kimberley - titled 'Kimberleys and Mount Clifton'
Picture relating to Venus Bay - titled 'Venus Bay'
Picture relating to Innisfail - titled 'Canecutter at Innisfail, 1960'
Picture relating to Cooktown - titled 'Re-enactment of Captain Cook's landing at Cooktown, 17 June, 1960'
Picture relating to Mount Isa - titled 'Presbyterian Church at Mount Isa, 1960'
Picture relating to Home Hill - titled 'Eighth Avenue Home Hill, ca. 1960'
Picture relating to Home Hill - titled 'Eighth Avenue, Home Hill, ca. 1960'
Picture relating to Cherbourg - titled 'Jackie Anderson, Angus Rabbitt, Freddie Douglas entertaining at the Cherbourg Hall, ca. 1960'
Picture relating to Moura Mine - titled 'Moura Mine'
Picture relating to Queensland - titled 'Model display of shipbuilding on board the Japanese trade ship Aki Maru, Brisbane, 1960'
Picture relating to Gordon Gorge - titled 'Gordon River near Gorge'
Picture relating to Gordon Gorge - titled 'Gordon Gorge'
Picture relating to Katoomba - titled 'Katoomba NSW 1960'
Picture relating to Rocky Valley Storage - titled 'Rocky Valley Storage Dam'
Picture relating to Albury - titled 'Albury'
Picture relating to Albury - titled 'Albury'

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Kimberleys and Mount Clifton

contributed by hstuck, taken in 1960
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