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Thomas J. Nevin | Tasmanian Photographer: The Governor's Levee 1855: Captain Goldsmith and son Edward - Broadlans House, Hobart c 1868.

Mariner Captain Edward Goldsmith poet John Nevin photographer Thomas J,. Nevin in Tasmania

St Mary's Hospital in Hobart,Tasmania.Now the Lands Department.

Hobart – St Mary’s Hospital, later Lands Dept (Beattie photo

The Mercury in Hobart Tasmania

Macquarie St,Hobart in Tasmania (year unknown).

Mona Vale mansion,at Ross in Tasmania,was built in 1868 for the wealthy land owner and Tasmanian Parliamentarian Robert Quayle Kermode.

Mona Vale mansion,at Ross in Tasmania,was built in 1868 for the wealthy land owner and Tasmanian Parliamentarian Robert Quayle Kermode.

https://flic.kr/p/FRDiHj | Palace Theatre - Elizabeth Street, Hobart (c1920) | Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office: NS869-1-425                 Images from the TAHO collection that are part of The Commons have ‘no known copyright restrictions’, which means TAHO is unaware of any current copyright restrictions on these works. This can be because the term of copyright for these works may have expired or that the copyright was held and waived by TAHO. The material may be freely used provided…

https://flic.kr/p/FRDiHj | Palace Theatre - Elizabeth Street, Hobart (c1920) | Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office: NS869-1-425 Images from the TAHO collection that are part of The Commons have ‘no known copyright restrictions’, which means TAHO is unaware of any current copyright restrictions on these works. This can be because the term of copyright for these works may have expired or that the copyright was held and waived by TAHO. The material may be freely used provided…

The pharmacy at the Zeehan Hospital in c.a 1900. •Tasmaniana Library,State Library of Tasmania•

The pharmacy at the Zeehan Hospital in c.

The Playhouse Theatre (also operated as a cinema under the name Amuzu Theatre) - Bathurst Street - Hobart | by Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office

The Playhouse Theatre (also operated as a cinema under the name Amuzu Theatre) - Bathurst Street - Hobart | by Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office

The original Horton College building at Somercotes in Tasmania.    🌹

The original Horton College building, built Somercotes, near Ross. Some of the stones were used to build a wing of Methodist ladies college now Oakburn in L'ton.

"All Nations Hotel" corner of Elizabeth St and Collins St Hobart, Tasmania (c1900s) | by Tasmanian Archive and Heritage Office Commons

"All Nations Hotel" corner of Elizabeth St and Collins St Hobart, Tasmania

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thedevildraws: “ The highly endangered Tasmanian Devil. They are becoming extinct due to Tasmanian Devil Facial Tumor Disease, the only form of contagious cancer in the world.

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