October 7, 2018

A Young Woman Traveled From England to Australia and Took These Late Victorian Snapshots

A collection from Leigh McKinnon of late Victorian snapshots taken by a young woman named Jess, of her travels in England and Australia and in between.

Agnew and Rock. These were likely crewman on the England to Australia passenger ship on which the unknown photographer traveled, circa 1895

Italy. Stromboli, Sicily, circa 1895

Ladies, circa 1895

Row Boats, probably at the African Great Lakes, circa 1895

Australia. Buggy, circa 1895

Australia. Bert Brown's, circa 1895

Australia. Buggies, circa 1895

Australia. Bullock Team, circa 1895

Australia. Bush Hut, circa 1895


Australia. Carlyle. Carlyle was a property owned by the Whitty family about nine miles from Mulwala on the Murray River, New South Wales, circa 1895

Australia. Carlyle. Property of the Whitty family near Mulwala, New South Wales, circa 1895

Australia. Cutting Tails. Removing sheep's tails so as to prevent fly strike (the infestation of the soiled tail area with maggots which can commonly occur in Australia), circa 1895

Australia. Goanna, circa 1895

Australia. Hinton's House, circa 1895

Australia. Lady and Horse, circa 1895

Australia. Murray River, circa 1895

Australia. Mustering Sheep, circa 1895

Australia. Mustering, circa 1895

Australia. Tarramia. The Whitty family property near Corowa, New South Wales, circa 1895

Australia. Tennis, circa 1895

Australia. Watering Sheep, circa 1895

Australia. Yarrawonga Bridge, circa 1895

Australia. Yarrawonga Township, circa 1895





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