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John H. Young poster collection: forests and the timber industry [picture]
Bib ID 3044125
Format PicturePicture
Description [1970-1998] 
36 posters : col. ; 90 x 70 cm. and smaller. 
Summary

Posters published by: Tasmaia Forestry Commission: Tasmania's beautiful forests (cabbage gums; temperate rainforests; pencil pines; yellow gums and snow gums). Queensland Forest Service: Forests are essentially sustainable; Forests are perpetual places. Queensland Dept. of Forestry: exotic pine forest; hoop pine forest; cypress pine forest; rainforest; dry sclerophyll forest; wet sclerophyll forest; logging on Fraser Island; felling; logging people; Timber pioneer series (1-6). Woodworks Forestry and Timber Museum/Queensland Dept. of Forestry: Steam train on Fraser Island; Bullock teams at Brooloo 1924; Broad axe trimming of Kauri pine at Danbulla; Splitting slabs for Humpy 1911; Slab cottage at Rosewood Diggins Rockhapmton 1870; felling trees by axe from spring boards. Forests Dept. of Western Australia.: karri trees; red tingle; blackbutt; jarrah; also: jarrah/marri; boab; karri; gimlet; mangroves (by Cliff Winfield).

Notes

Part of the John H. Young poster collection, which comprises 338 posters about the Australian environment and heritage. The collection is organised into broad subject areas: animals; birds; flora and fungi; insects and spiders; Aboriginal culture and history; Australian history and historic buildings; human rights; science and technology; industry, trade and marketing; forests and the timber industry; pollution and conservation projects; National Parks; natural areas and habitats; travel.

Title supplied by cataloguer.

Condition: good, some laminated.

Subjects Young, John H. -- Poster collections.  |  Natural resources -- Australia -- Posters.  |  Posters, Australian.  |  Forest products industry -- Australia -- Posters.  |  Forests and forestry -- Australia -- Posters.
Other authors/contributors Winfield, Cliff, 1951-  |  Queensland Forest Service  |  Queensland. Department of Forestry  |  Western Australia. Forests Dept  |  Forestry Commission of Tasmania

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