A Travelling Photographer in Colonial Queensland. The Work of William Boag

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1994 First Edition
Publisher -
The State Library of Queensland.
Cover is hard bound in navy blue cloth with silver printed title on cover. Good condition.
Dust Jacket is present. Good condition.
End Papers are intact, with a sepia photoraph of a homstead on both.
Preliminaries – Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction.
Main Text Body - 118 Pages. Fine and clean.   

End Matters – Caption Notes.
Edges are even and unworn.
Spine is tight with no gutter damage.  Silver lettering.
Page Structure is sound with no missing pages.

 In 1984, a collection of over 300 glass platen egatives produced by the travelling 19th century photographer, william Boag, were discovered amongst material in the photographic studio of the Haig Brothers, in the town of Warwick, Queensland. This collection constituted a record of many of the people, places and principal settlements established in south-east Queensland in the early 1870s. The images in this book offer a fresh insight into aspects of the architecture, economy and society of colonial queensland and reveal a long vanished way of life.

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