Image Queensland - Theme List

This is a listing of the selected themes available to view. Click on the title of the theme to view the associated exhibition(s).

Architecture in Queensland
Exhibitions of images, architectural plans and various documents related to buildings and building projects across Queensland.
Theme ID: 2

Events and Celebrations
Exhibitions showcasing events and celebrations across Queensland.
Theme ID: 6

First World War
This series of virtual exhibitions highlights aspects of the First World War of particular significance to Queensland. The First World War commenced with the declaration of war between Britain and Germany in August 1914. Australia's Prime Minister Andrew Fisher pledged full support for Britain shortly after. Australians were involved in many campaigns including Gallipoli (Turkey), German New Guinea and the Western Front. More than 57,700 Queenslanders enlisted to fight in the First World War.
Theme ID: 10

Flora and Fauna
Exhibitions of flora and fauna comprising public records selected from Queensland State Archives' collection.
Theme ID: 7

Industry in Queensland
Exhibitions to highlight a range of industries across Queensland such as agriculture, tourism, mining and manufacturing.
Theme ID: 9

Multicultural Queensland
Exhibitions celebrating cultural diversity in Queensland throughout our history.
Theme ID: 4

People in Queensland
A range of exhibitions showcasing the people of Queensland.
Theme ID: 5

Places in Queensland
Exhibitions featuring images of towns and locations across Queensland.
Theme ID: 3

Queensland Cabinet Minutes
Cabinet documents provide a fascinating insight into Queensland's past. On 1 January each year Queensland State Archives releases the Cabinet Minutes from a 30-year embargo. These exhibitions showcase digitised Queensland Cabinet Minutes from the Queensland State Archives collection for selected years.
Theme ID: 12
Last updated 9 September 2016
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