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Postcards of early Longreach

This story is about Longreach in its early days and one of its pioneer families. It is inspired by six illustrated postcards of Longreach I found in my late mother Evelyn’s collection of photographs and memorabilia. The postcards reveal key features of this small Central Western Queensland town in the late 1800s and early 1900s […] Read more…

The Neuendorf Connection

This year I resolved to find and reconnect with Alwyn and Fay Neuendorf. On 16 March 2016, I posted the following message and photograph on my Love in a little black diary Facebook page: My dear followers, especially those of you who live in PNG. Do you know any of these people – and their […] Read more…

A mother’s love

It is said that there is a special bond between a mother and son. Elsie Antonio Proposch had three sons. William, my father, was the middle one. I’m sure that Elsie had a special relationship with each of her sons, my dad included. I have proof. Set in World War II, “A Mother’s Love” is […] Read more…