Mason Family (Australia, 1954)


Figure 1.--Australia is an important producer of wool. Denis and Vera Mason leased land in the Charles Darwin Reserve in northern Australia during 1953. They established a sheep station (ranch) there. They lived in a hut with their children (Leigh, Robert and Tony). The snapshot here was taken in 1954. Part of the nythology of Australia is rugged individuals like the Nasons have a go in the huge outback. The country is, however, one of the most urbanized in the world.

Australia is an important producer of wool. Denis and Vera Mason leased land in the Charles Darwin Reserve in northern Australia during 1953. They established a sheep station (ranch) there. They lived in a hut with their children (Leigh, Robert and Tony). The snapshot here was taken in 1954. Part of the nythology of Australia is rugged individuals like the Nasons have a go in the huge outback. The country is, however, one of the most urbanized in the world.









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