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South-East Tasmania With digital objects
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Breakfast Time Display

Display including signs reading Breakfast Time, Cadbury's Bournville Cocoa - the Happy Family Habit, a clock set at 6:54. Items on display include: packets of Bournville Cocoa, Kellogg's Toast-Weet, Kellogg's Corn Flakes, Kellogg's All-bran, Gibson's Tasmanian Rolled Oates.

Brother saved Brother

Continuation of article from the Mercury newspaper describing how Alan White (seven years of age) saved his younger brother from drowning in the Derwent River at Claremont, June 1933.

Building Tasman Bridge 1962

Colour photograph shows construction of Tasman Bridge, with scaffolding, cranes and workers atop frame, photographed from the water, bridge built across the Derwent River, taken 1963.

Hal Wyatt

Building Tasman Bridge early 1960s

Colour photograph shows construction of the Tasman Bridge, in early 1960s, as viewed from the eastern shore of the Derwent River; the floating Hobart Bridge is visible in foreground; Mount Wellington in distance, with dry grasslands in the foothills of the mountains, visible on western shore of river.

Hal Wyatt

Buildings on Salamanca Place

Black-and-white photograph shows stone buildings along Salamanca Place, timber stacked on New Wharf and masts of ships docked at the wharf; signs on buildings for “A.E. Lord Wool Merchant” and “W.D. Peacock and Co.”, historic home Lenna and eastern conservatory visible on hilltop behind towards Battery Point; maritime signal station with the Time Ball that was dropped automatically at 1pm, after a relayed telegraph signal from the Melbourne Observatory.

Bullock team in Dunn Street, Hobart, 1952

Colour photograph depicts team of eight red oxen, most likely Red Devon or Shorthorn cattle, pulling a wagon on concrete roadway, in Dunn Street, Hobart, 1952, towards the city away from waterfront, wagon laden with hessian bags, children riding on wagon alongside several hatted men; passing in front of newly extended weatherboard building with newly installed windows; exterior of 1902 sandstone Customs House visible in background. Photograph is taken looking towards current site of Tasmanian Museum Art Gallery courtyard entrance, in area now known as Dunn Place.

Hal Wyatt

Cadbury factory

Colour photograph of Cadbury chocolate factory at Claremont, obscured by pine trees at Claremont Golf Club.

Hal Wyatt

Cadbury Football Team, 1922

Group photograph of football team. Photograph annotated as 19th August 1922. C.F.P. Team. L to R: J Parry, E Whoteman, Faulkner, L Norman, F Goodwin, H Colbourne, T Gayton, J Geard, C Thomptson, F Burton, H White, A E Lodge. Kneeling: B Gayton, L Davies, B Stokes, E Frapell.

Cadbury Fry Pascall cricket team, Claremont

The Cadbury Fry Pascall cricket team defeated by New Norfolk. Left to right. Back row: R Wilson (umpire), D Templeman, C Sutton, E Frappell, G Fleming, W Brown, C Geeves (umpire) Front row: G Frappell, A Austin, M Limbrick, B Wells, A Ransley, M wells, H. Pestrucci, A Hill. In front> F Butler (C F P scorer)

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