Part of the Biggest Family Album collection of images comprising approximately 10,000 negatives documenting life in rural and regional Victoria dating from the 1890s to the 1940s.

This donor of this image also supplied the following information: 'August Müller was my great grandfather. He arrived in Mildura by riverboat in the late 1880s. He took a collection of photographs of early Mildura, sent them back to Germany to be printed and made into postcards which he then sold from his shop'.

Description of Content

August Müller's General Store, established 1888. A woman, a man and a boy are standing in front of the brick building which has three large show windows displaying homegoods including furniture and ironmongery products.

Physical Description

Black & white 35mm photographic negative on cellulose acetate substrate

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