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Barbara Lindsay and her baby girl Margaret, at Planet outstation, Arrabury, Queensland,1960s [transparency] / Les McKay
Bib ID 4181050
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline [transparency]
Author
McKay, Andrew Leslie, 1909-1976
 
Online Versions
Description 196- 
1 slide : col. ; 2.3 x 3.3 cm. 
Series

Reverend Andrew Leslie McKay collection of photographs relating to Inland Australia, 1950-1976.

Biography/History

The Reverend McKay, usually referred to as Les, was a Patrol Padre with the Australian Inland Mission, Queensland.

Notes

Title devised by cataloguer based on information from reference source.

Condition: original image not in focus.

Bill and Barbara Lindsay operated Mt. Leonard station, east of Birdsville, in the south west corner of Queensland. Information from the Diaries of Rev. Les McKay - MS9856.

Caption from slide mount, verso.

Mould spots. Black marks across top and bottom.

Part of The Reverend Andrew Leslie McKay collection of photographs relating to Inland Australia, 1950-1976.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-149777111

Source of Acquisition Collection donated by Mrs Lyn McKay, widow of Reverend Les McKay, through their daughter Dr. Judith McKay. 
Terms of Use Copyright held by the National Library of Australia. 
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