North Bundaberg during 1893 flood

University of Queensland Library (1893). North Bundaberg during 1893 flood.

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Creator University of Queensland Library
Title North Bundaberg during 1893 flood
Publication date 1893
Series Philp Family Collection, UQFL28
Type image/tiff
Format photograph; b&w
Source Philp Family Collection, UQFL28, Box 2, Album 3, image 72
Language eng
Rights Copyright expired
Abstract/Summary Robert Philp, businessman and politician, born Glasgow Scotland, arrived Qld 1862. 1874 joined merchant company of James Burn in Townsville, made partner in 1876. After entering state politics in 1886 as member for Musgrave he became Premier of Queensland (1899-1903, 1907-08), as a conservative. He was a contributor in the establishment of the University of Queensland.
Keyword Bundaberg (Qld.) -- Pictorial works
Bundaberg (Qld.) -- Pictorial works -- 19th century
Philp, Robert, Sir, 1851-1922
Floods -- Queensland -- Burnett River -- Pictorial works
Additional Notes View of Bundaberg looking north-east, probably taken from Post Office tower; John Novakoski Cabinet Maker & Undertaker and G Black’s Shoeing Forge, Woongarra Street, and Boot and Shoemakers Targo Street, can be seen.

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