350 x 274 mm. A view showing the mine, a corrugated iron structure, in the background, with horses and workers posing in front of the building. Until the 1920s, before which time demand for Molybdenite, used as a hardening agent in certain steel alloys, was small, Australia was the world's foremost producer of the element. Since that time Australia's production has become relatively insignificant.
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