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File:Hearse-r.jpg

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English: The Last Drive

A E Roberts Carriage Works made beautifully finished vehicles such as this hearse. The hearse, the driver and the horses were immaculately turned out. Sadly, most people would ride in a salubrious vehicle only once, and it was a ride they would not remember.

Queensland Museum holds over 1000 of Bert Roberts' plate glass negatives and prints from the era.
Date early 1900
date QS:P,+1900-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P4241,Q40719727
Source Queensland Museum
Author
creator QS:P170,Q10729217
Digitised by Queensland Museum
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The original image is public domain. The plate glass negative is owned by Queensland Museum. Digitisation of this image is licensed under CC BY SA 3.0.


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