The Great Sahara. Cultivation, date palms, and dry bed of River Biskra. December 1904

Hume Family (1904). The Great Sahara. Cultivation, date palms, and dry bed of River Biskra. December 1904.

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Creator Hume Family
Title The Great Sahara. Cultivation, date palms, and dry bed of River Biskra. December 1904
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 1904
Year available 2014
Series Hume Family Collection, UQFL10
Type image/tiff
Original Format Album; b&w; 40x27cm
Source Hume Family Collection, UQFL10, Album 9, Page 14
Language eng
Rights Copyright expired
Abstract/Summary Papers of Walter Cunningham Hume (1840 – 1921), surveyor and Chief Commissioner for Lands for Queensland; his wife Katie, daughter Ethel, brother Washington Hume, and members of both their families in England. They lived at Drayton, Toowoomba, and Brisbane.
Keyword Hume Family
Sahara
Cultivation
Date palm
Dry river bed
Additional Notes Photograph taken from the the minaret/belvedere of the Royal Hotel (Information supplied by Professor Roger Benjamin).

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