This section includes a collection of images from the Raub period. There is mention in the press of many photographs being took at Raub during events, social and otherwise. A Singapore Photographic Studio called Lambert and Son had two photographers Koch and Kliengrothe who took many of the “official” photographs, however, not many seem to have survived. There is also mention of photographs taken at cricket matches played at Raub between The Raub Company and “The Rest of the World” for example; also at the Raub wedding of the eldest daughter, Edith Margaret to an American Engineer from New York; these do not seem to have survived.
There are other family images from the post Raub era on the Family After Raub page.
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|Specimen Hill Mine|
|William's Patent 1873|
|A Gold Field|
|Cricket at Raub|
|The Misses Bibby|
|40 Head Battery|
|Family After Raub|
|Return to Raub|