Series LTN 10 - Launceston : postcard

Picturesque view of Tamar and Trevallyn, Launceston, Tasmania Brisbane Street, looking west. Launceston, Tasmania City Park, Launceston Tasmania Kings Bridge and Lodge, Launceston, Tasmania Launceston from Treallyan Fountain, Prince's Square, Launceston, Tasmania Trevallyn and River Tamar, Launceston, Tasmania Hart's Memorial Conservatory, Launceston City Gardens, Tasmania T.S. "Taroona", River Tamar, Launceston Tasmania Panorama of Launceston, Tasmania The pond, showing Hart Memorial, City Park, Launceston Tasmania Brisbane Street, looking east, Launceston, Tasmania Launceston from Trevallyn , Tasmania Royal Park, Launceston, Tasmania Launceston Public Hospital, Tasmania Suspension Bridge, The Gorge, Launceston Tasmania Cataract Gorge, Launceston, Tasmania St. Johns Church of England, Launceston , Tasmania
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Launceston : postcard


  • c1930-1950 (Creation)

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1 envelope (150x110mm) 18 fold out black & white images

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Fred Murray opened Murray Studios in Gympie in 1906. The postcard and souvenir production side of the business initially covered Gympie and surrounding regions, but Murray expanded the business to include North Queensland, NSW and even Adelaide. It was opened under a separate name, Murray Views, in 1929. In 1945 the business was taken over by Murray’s nephews who began postcard folder production.. - More information

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Donated in 2020 by Murray De La Haye

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Eighteen captioned fold out black and white images in proprietary post-able envelope. Showing views of Launceston.
From envelope : 18 Selected Views, Launceston, Tasmania Launceston. Produced by Murray View, Gympie, Q

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This material is made available for personal research and study purposes under the University of Tasmania Standard Copyright Licence. For any further use permission should be obtained from the copyright owners. For assistance please contact

When reusing this material, please cite the reference number and provide the following acknowledgement:
“Courtesy of the UTAS Library Special & Rare Collections”

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