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Freestone Creek, near Warwick

Date: 1900-1920
Dimensions:
Overall: 151 x 200 mm
Medium: Silver gelatin print
Credit Line: ANMM Collection Gift from Robert D McKilliam
Classification:Photographs
Object Name: Photograph
Object No: ANMS0227[029]

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    Description
    A black and white photograph of an agricultural scene titled 'Freestone CK Nr Warwick'.

    SignificanceThis image is a part of the Captain Robert McKilliam collection. Captain McKilliam worked for the Aberdeen White Star Line for 32 years and sailed aboard such famous clipper ships as SALAMIS and THERMOPYLAE. He moved to Sydney in 1913 where he served as Assistant Wharf Master on Darling Island.
    HistoryFreestone is approximately 130 kilometres south west of Brisbane and close to the regional centre of Warwick. It was first farmed in the late 1800's and over the years, the crops in the district have changed and diversified.
    Additional Titles

    Assigned title: View of large fields with stacks of hay at regular intervals, foreground with grass land with scattered gum trees post and wire fence from Freestone Creek Queensland

    Collection title: Freestone Creek, near Warwick

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