Queensland Geographical Journal (New Series) including the Proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society of Australasia (Queensland). Volume 49, 1944-1945 to Volume 58-59, 1957-1958-1959 (an unbroken run of 10 issues bound as two volumes)
Brisbane, RGSQ, 1945 to 1959.
Octavo, two volumes, containing over 900 pages with numerous illustrations plus 2 folding illustrations.
Later binder's cloth, retaining the front wrappers; name-stamps on the front flyleaves; two small holes in one wrapper, creases to another; small tape repairs to two inner margins; a fine run .
Besides the mandatory Queensland material, there are excellent articles on Papua New Guinea, the Northern Territory, Aborigines and exploration. These include CUTLACK, Morley: The Wealth of Central Australia (17 pages with 5 illustrations); CONNELLAN, E.J.: Population Potential of the Northern Territory (23 pages); TOWNER, Major E.T.: Lake Eyre and its Tributaries (30 pages with an illustration) and GLASSON, W.R.: Yuranigh [who accompanied Mitchell in 1846] (13 pages with an illustrations).