StateLibQld 1 200187 HRH Edward, Prince of Wales at Gympie on 3 August 1920



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English: HRH Edward, Prince of Wales at Gympie on 3 August 1920

HRH Edward, Prince of Wales in the Soldiers' Memorial Park at Gympie, during his visit on Tuesday 3 August 1920. The Prince's visit was regarded as the official opening of this park which was established almost in the centre of town, as a memorial to the fallen soldiers of Gympie and Widgee districts. The Prince was presented on this occasion with a gold specimen from the No. 3 North Phoenix Mine. (Description supplied with photograph).

Gympie is a city in south-eastern Queensland, situated on the Mary River about 162 kilometres north of Brisbane. Gympie is the centre of an important dairying and agricultural district. In the early days timber was a significant industry.
Source Copied and digitised from an image appearing in The Queenslander, 14 August 1920 p.19 and Brisbane Courier, 4 August 1920 p.7
Author Contributor(s): 'King Arnold' Photograph; Courier Mail; The Queenslander


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