Photograph - Temperance Hall, Brisbane

Country
Australia
State/Province
Queensland
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Description
Depicts the Temperence Hall on the corner of Edward and Ann Streets, Brisbane. Advertisments on the building read "CHOICE FRUITS", "CONFECTIONARY", "TEMPERANCE CAFÉ", "TEMPERANCE REFRESHMENT ROOMS", "TEA ROOMS JOHN BISHOP & SONS...", "REFRESHMENT ROOM","ICED FOUNTAIN DRINKS", "RECHABITES QUEENSLAND JUBILEE CELEBRATION JUNE NEXT I.O.R THE OLDEST LARGEST ... FRIENDLY SOCIETY", "BUY YOUR KODAK FILMS HERE", "PROHIBITION LEAGUE", "I.O.CT. DEFENCE LODGE MEETS HERE EVERY THURSDAY AT 7.45 PM", "PROHIBITION HEAD QUARTERS".
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History and use
This photograph depicts the Temperance Hall on the corner of Edward and Ann Streets, Brisbane. Four unidentified people and a dog are seen in front of the hall and advertisements are seen in the shop window. It is unknown when this photograph was taken.

From the collection of early 20th Century freelance photographer, Mr Fred Port.
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H4234

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