Black-and-white photograph shows two workers atop a partially assembled crane on riverside wharf at E.Z. Co. Zinc Works at Risdon, with words “Babcock and Wilcox”, “London and Renfrew” on the nameplate.
Colour photograph shows people assembling the roof frame of a Hobart Walking Club hut at K Col, later named the FA. Peterson Memorial Hut and officially opened in 1960 by New Zealand adventurer Sir Edmund Hilary
Colour photograph shows yacht with spinnaker hoisted, sailing on Derwent River, the Astor, purportedly in 1962 Sydney-Hobart Yacht Race, photograph quite possibly taken in 1961, 1963 or 1964 race when the craft took line honours.
Colour photograph shows a timber work cast in shadow as a log is lifted by a crane being used to load up a semi-trailer to carry logs from the Florentine Valley. Inscription on driver's door reads L.J. Reynolds, HAULAGE CONTRACTOR, Maydena, P...
Colour photograph depicts vehicular traffic on the temporary, floating Hobart Bridge, as consctruction begins downstream on the multi-lane Tasman Bridge to join the eastern and western shores of the river.
Colour photograph shows how a belt is connected to drive wheel of a steam engine and a baler, at a demonstration held near central arena at Elphin Showground, Launceston, also set up for sheepdog trials
Colour photograph of three steam engines in Best’s yard, Devonport, taken 1959; depicts three steam engines in a clearing in a eucalyptus bush setting with pile of scrap timber suitable for fuel and green motor vehicle.
Colour photograph, taken overhead, of three-masted ship berthed at pier on Burnie wharf, undated; timber stacked on concrete surface of wharf, motor vehicles parked on wharf; five smaller single-masted vessels and dinghies, also tied to nearby jetty.
Block 7 Cadbury factory showing two months progress. Taken November 23rd, 1938, from warehouse, showing first floor half poured and western bridge girders being located. Photograph by Beattie's Hobart.
Colour photograph of boats moored at Constitution Dock, Hobart, early 1970s, with distinctive 11-storey brown clad Marine Board of Hobart building, visible in background. Image was erroneously labelled as being taken in 1954, but Marine Board of H...
Display of Cadbury's Bournville Cocoa packets with signs indicating the product was reduced by one penny to one shilling and seven pence per quarter pound packet. Poster advertises cocoa as Food for Fitness with 120 cups from every pound.
Thursday May 9th, 1957. Branch Accountants Conference. Left to right: LH Cocker (South Australia) NH Simmons (Victoria) NL Adamson (Queensland) JC Reid (New South Wales) WE Croome (Western Australia) JH Cooper (Tasmania)
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&...