After arriving in Australia in January, 1951, Hank Hagen, from Amsterdam, worked for year as a carpenter's labourer, then on a sheep station in Victoria for three years. He then took his wife, Suzanna, to north Queensland, where they were taken into partnership on a tobacco farm. Hank Hagen shows some of the tobacco leaf grown on the farm he shared with Mr H Eastman before taking up his own rented farm at Mt Molloy, North Queensland. Hank Hagen (left) examines leaf with Mr H Eastman, the tobacco grower who took him into partnership as a share farmer and taught him to grow tobacco
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