Panoramic view of Margaret Street showing Cafe Majestic, David Webster and TA Margetts Dentist, and Ramsay Chemist buildings, men crossing street and adjoining street with horses and car, Toowoomba, c1920

(1920). Panoramic view of Margaret Street showing Cafe Majestic, David Webster and TA Margetts Dentist, and Ramsay Chemist buildings, men crossing street and adjoining street with horses and car, Toowoomba, c1920.

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Title Panoramic view of Margaret Street showing Cafe Majestic, David Webster and TA Margetts Dentist, and Ramsay Chemist buildings, men crossing street and adjoining street with horses and car, Toowoomba, c1920
Publication date 1920
Year available 2011
Series Fryer Library Miscellaneous Photograph Collection, UQFL479
Type image/tiff
Format Photograph; sepia
Source Fryer Library Miscellaneous Photograph Collection, UQFL479, PhS862
Rights Copyright expired
Abstract/Summary The Fryer Library Miscellaneous Photograph Collection is a collection of black and white photographs, many undated, mostly relating to Queensland people and places. The collection also includes photographs of other Australian and overseas locations as well as photographs relating to The University of Queensland. Please contact the Fryer Library for more information.
Keyword Queensland -- Pictorial works
Photographs -- Catalogs
Toowoomba (Qld.) -- Buildings, structures &​ establishments
Cafes -- Queensland
Streets -- Queensland -- Toowoomba
Horsedrawn vehicles
Motor vehicles -- Australia -- Queensland
Men's clothing and accessories
Architectural features

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