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[QUEENSLAND] North Head, Nerang Creek, circa 1872
Albumen print photograph, carte de visite format, 63 x 102 mm, recto with contemporary inscription lower margin of mount: North Head - Nerang Creek, verso blank, some mild toning to the print, but very good condition. William Boag, formerly a partner in the Sydney photographic firm of Boag and Milligan, moved north in 1871 and arrived in Queensland in October of that year. Throughout 1872 he photographed the southeast corner of Queensland, travelling with his horse-drawn dark room. This very early view of Nerang Creek is almost certainly by Boag. The image appears unrecorded and was not amongst the archive of glass negatives of Boag which were discovered in Warwick in 1984. Those negatives now reside in the collection of the John Oxley Library.
      [Bookseller: Douglas Stewart Fine Books]
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