1940 Labour Day Parade Floats - Brisbane Fish Board, Department of Main Roads, Department of Labour and Industry 1940 Fish Board Float Preparing the Fish Board float for the Labor Day procession, Brisbane, 1940 The giant Red Emperor Bream gave a bright touch to the Labor Day procession yesterday. It was the appropriate emblem selected by the Fish Board. The procession, one of the biggest seen in Brisbane, was two miles long, and covered every phase of industrial activity. (Information taken from: The Courier-mail, 7 May 1940.) Fish Board float at the 1940 Labor Day procession, Brisbane 1940 Main Roads Float The Main Roads float has numerous signs detailing the accomplishments of Main Roads. The most prominent feature of the...
Labour Day Floats - Castlemaine Brewery and Ipswich Railway
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Eight Hour Day procession, Brisbane, 1893 The Labour Day / Eight Hour Day Procession is marching down Queen Street between Albert and Edward Streets.