Harry Elmar Johnson's Diaries

Harry Elmar Johnson (known as Elmar) wrote for years about his daily life in this new country and he was a avid photographer, leaving many glass plates, prints and negatives, for the current generation.

These daily diaries make great reading as it tells of the hard life these people experienced. He tells of the style of life in those early years from 1907 until 1952.

Just sit back, relax and enjoy

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This material has been transcribed by Connie Johnson, of Bundaberg; who has provided the transcription on the condition that any further copying and distribution of the transcription is allowed only for noncommercial purposes, and includes this statement in its entirety.

Any references to, or quotations from, this material should give credit to the original author(s) or editors.

Last modified on: Tuesday, 30 April 2002