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Miners indiscriminately cleared large areas of forest. Painting by Edward Roper – Gold diggings, Ararat, 1854.
Miners indiscriminately cleared large areas of forest. Painting by Edward Roper – Gold diggings, Ararat, 1854.
Field staff, Forest Branch, Lands Department, 1900. Later in 1925, Mr W. J. Code (sitting second row – third from left) was appointed Chairman of the
Field staff, Forest Branch, Lands Department, 1900. Later in 1925, Mr W. J. Code (sitting second row – third from left) was appointed Chairman of the Forests Commission. Also Joshua Semmns (back row – third from left) was the father of E. J. Semmens – Principal of the Victorian School of Forestry, 1928–51. Source: "Fraternity of Foresters".
The "Sample Acre" sign at the Cumberland Reserve near Marysville. The tallest tree was at 301.5 feet. Representative samples of forest were set aside
The "Sample Acre" sign at the Cumberland Reserve near Marysville. The tallest tree was at 301.5 feet. Representative samples of forest were set aside as reference areas in other parts of the State during the 1930s.
Mueller – Furmston Tree near Mt Monda – circa 1933. Height 287 feet.
Mueller – Furmston Tree near Mt Monda – circa 1933. Height 287 feet.
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Captain Albert Jacka c. 1920
Captain Albert Jacka c. 1920
Corporal Albert Jacka on Mudros, 1915
Corporal Albert Jacka on Mudros, 1915
Jacka with fellow VC recipient Martin O'Meara, 1916. Both were in England recuperating from wounds.
Jacka with fellow VC recipient Martin O'Meara, 1916. Both were in England recuperating from wounds.
Captain A Jacka, VC, MC and Bar (1919) by Colin Gill (Art. IWM ART 1915)
Captain A Jacka, VC, MC and Bar (1919) by Colin Gill (Art. IWM ART 1915)