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Brisbane Arcade

Brisbane Arcade walkway

The Brisbane Arcade is celebrating 95 years as Brisbane’s oldest and grandest shopping arcade, from 1924-2019. In celebration Brisbane Arcade presented the Spring Flower Show “Jewel in the Crown” between Saturday 31 August to Friday 6 September 2019, which included a lovely assortment of flowers from Redlands, Victoria, New South Wales and further afield from … Read more

Digitised @ SLQ : Peter Fischmann New Farm photographs ca.1990

Sherborne building with serviced rooms, New Farm, Brisbane, Queensland, ca. 1980. From 31525 Peter Fischmann New Farm photographs. In copyright. John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland. Image 31525-0001-0014

A collection of fourteen black and white photographs of buildings in the Brisbane inner-city suburb of New Farm, taken during the early 1990s, were recently digitised by State Library of Queensland. These images, taken by photographer Peter Fischmann, can be viewed via our One Search catalogue. Further collections by photographer Peter Fischmann 2016 Brisbane City Council Local … Read more

Digitised @ SLQ : Peter Fischmann Brisbane photographs (1978-ca.1999)

Atcherley Hotel, Brisbane, Queensland ca. 1990. From 31524 Peter Fischmann Brisbane photographs. In copyright John Oxley Library, State Library of Queensland. Image 31524-0001-0005

A collection of twenty-four black and white photographs of streets and buildings in Brisbane’s CBD, Teneriffe, Fortitude Valley, New Farm, Annerley and Norman Park were recently digitised by State Library of Queensland. These images were taken between 1978 and 1999 by photographer Peter Fischmann and include buildings such as the New York Hotel on Queen … Read more

Wedding Reception at Nick’s Cafe – Do You Know These People?

Wedding reception at Nick’s Cafe, Elizabeth St., Brisbane, ca. 1950s. A recent donation to the John Oxley Library includes this wonderful photograph of a wedding reception which was held at Nick’s Cafe in Elizabeth Street, Brisbane, during the 1950s.  Unfortunately the bride and groom, standing at the rear of the group, are unidentified and we … Read more