From The State Library of Queensland:
Illustrated front cover from The Queenslander annual, November 1, 1938
Description:A coloured drawing depicting Brisbane past and present. The present city drawing shows the river, part of a bridge, the city hall clock tower and numerous other buildings.
Overhead flies a blue and white plane with the markings VH ABA and name Carpentaria.
Separated by ‘mist’ is Brisbane past. A horse is hitched to a buggy and a man rides a penny farthing bicycle on a wide unpaved road. The road is lined with buildings including E.B. Southerden, Drapery Store.
A couple, the woman in a long dress, apron and carrying a covered basket, are out walking and behind them a man and a team of two horses are ploughing.