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Photograph - The Ship Protea Tied Up at a Wharf, 1950 Image Reg. No: HT 34

Summary:
Black and white photograph showing the ship Protea tied up at a wharf in 1950. It is part of a collection which documents the migration experience of Juliana Brzozovski and her daughter Mathilde Bauer. They migrated to Australia from Germany via Munich Resettlement Centre in 1950, and arrived in Melbourne aboard the Protea on 9 December 1950. Although born in Germany Juliana was married to a Latvian, most likely Stanislaus Brzozovski who migrated with them.
Description:
Black and white photograph.
Description Of Content:
Black and white photograph showing the ship Protea tied up at a wharf in 1950
Acquisition Information:
Donation from Mrs J. Devilee, 2001
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 6.30 cm (Height), 8.90 cm (Length)

More information

Tagged with: german communities, german immigration, immigration, immigrant voyages, immigrant shipping, shipping industry, transport, demetriades
Themes this item is part of: Migration Collection, Transport Collection
Primary Classification: MIGRATION
Secondary Classification: Travel - Shipboard Life
Tertiary Classification: images (to be classified)
Format: Photograph: Black & White
Date Depicted: 1950
Ship Depicted: Protea, 1950

Comments

Michael Kolarovszky Posted on 07 Aug 2013 3:12 PM
My parents and I arrived on this ship Protea from Germany. We then went to the migrant camp near the Hume Weir - Bonegilla.
Katherine Malangre Posted on 30 Aug 2013 10:34 PM
I also arrived on the Protea from Germany. We arrived on the 9th December in Melbourne and were taken to Bonegilla. I was 5 years old when I arrived. We originally came from Hungary, and my family name was Gyimesy.

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