A postcard in a series produced by the Rose Stereograph Company in Victoria, Australia as a souvenir of Marysville.
A black and white photograph taken along Lady Talbot Drive, Marysville, in Victoria, of the Taggerty River. Lady Talbot Drive is a 24 kilometer scenic rainforest car journey which passes a number of walks and waterfalls in the Yarra Ranges National Park. Lady Talbot Drive is named after Lady Sarah Elizabeth, the wife of Sir Reginald Talbot, who was the Governor of Victoria from 25th April, 1904 to 6th July 1908.
This postcard was produced by the Rose Stereograph Company as a souvenir of Marysville.
The "Rose " Series/ De Luxe
A Real Photograph/ Produced in Australia
Published by the Rose Stereograph Co./ Armadale, Victoria.
Dear John,/ I am writing this note in my room/ at Mt. Kitchener House before sallying forth for/ dinner. Unfortunately space does not permit/ me to tell you much, but I must let you know/ that yesterday morning (Monday), a blanket of/ snow covered the township of Marysville to a/ depth of three or four inches. Further up, near/ Keppel's Lookout, which we visited yesterday, it/ was nearly a foot deep everywhere, and it snowed/ the whole time we were walking./ Will tell you all later, your friend, Bill
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