"English: Brisbane Street Ipswich, looking towards Limestone Hill. Ipswich became a city in 1904. It was going through a period of growth with coal mines, railway workshops, foundries, the woollen mill, sawmills and light industries like Roberts’ Carriage Works. The quiet street belies the importance of Ipswich. The photo may have been taken on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon with all the children in the street. The clock tower belongs to the Ipswich Post Office (architect: Thomas Pye); the building to it right, also topped by a small clock tower, is the Old Town Hall. Queensland Museum holds

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"English: Brisbane Street Ipswich, looking towards Limestone Hill. Ipswich became a city in 1904. It was going through a period of growth with coal mines, railway workshops, foundries, the woollen mill, sawmills and light industries like Roberts’ Carriage Works. The quiet street belies the importance of Ipswich. The photo may have been taken on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon with all the children in the street. The clock tower belongs to the Ipswich Post Office (architect: Thomas Pye); the building to it right, also topped by a small clock tower, is the Old Town Hall.  Queensland Museum holds Stock Photo
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"English: Brisbane Street Ipswich, looking towards Limestone Hill. Ipswich became a city in 1904. It was going through a period of growth with coal mines, railway workshops, foundries, the woollen mill, sawmills and light industries like Roberts’ Carriage Works. The quiet street belies the importance of Ipswich. The photo may have been taken on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon with all the children in the street. The clock tower belongs to the Ipswich Post Office (architect: Thomas Pye); the building to it right, also topped by a small clock tower, is the Old Town Hall. Queensland Museum holds
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Image ID: 2BA11T5
"English: Brisbane Street Ipswich, looking towards Limestone Hill. Ipswich became a city in 1904. It was going through a period of growth with coal mines, railway workshops, foundries, the woollen mill, sawmills and light industries like Roberts’ Carriage Works. The quiet street belies the importance of Ipswich. The photo may have been taken on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon with all the children in the street. The clock tower belongs to the Ipswich Post Office (architect: Thomas Pye); the building to it right, also topped by a small clock tower, is the Old Town Hall. Queensland Museum holds over 1000 of Bert Roberts' plate glass negatives and prints from the era.; early 1900 date QS:P,+1900-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P4241,Q40719727; Queensland Museum; Albert Edwin Roberts  (1878–1964)   Alternative names A.E. Roberts, Bert Roberts Description Australian photographer Date of birth/death 26 February 1878 24 July 1964 Location of birth/death Birmingham Ipswich Work period early 20th century date QS:P,+1950-00-00T00:00:00Z/7 Work location Ipswich, Queensland Authority control : Q10729217 VIAF: 133148389212910710755 NLA: 58781501 creator QS:P170,Q10729217 Digitised by Queensland Museum; "