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Archie Fry with friends, delivering milk, late 1920s
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Caboolture Cooperative Dairy Company Limited
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Caboolture Railway Station in 1911
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Dayboro Butter Factory after its destruction by fire, May 1929
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Dayboro Railway Station
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Loading milk cans onto the back of a truck, ca. 1920
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Milk cartage vans in the Mount Pleasant area
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Nugent's detached kitchen with double brick oven, Lacey's Creek Road Dayboro, 1976
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Old cream cans
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Residence of Richard Baker
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Samford Railway Station, 1920
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Silverwood Butter Factory workers, Terrors Creek (Dayboro), 1907
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Truck loaded with produce, ca. 1930
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Vehicle made by Mr Quinn 1914 body and 1928 car
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Workers getting cream to the Woodford Butter Factory during 1920s flood

We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Country across our region. We also acknowledge and pay our respects
to the Kabi Kabi, Jinibara and Turrbal Traditional Custodians, and their elders past, present and emerging.