David MOORE 1927, Australia Migrants arriving in Sydney 1966. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.
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Migrants arriving in Sydney 1966 David Moore (only for review)
Migrants arriving in Sydney 1966. Photograph by David Moore.
David Moore (Australia 06 Apr 1927–23 Jan 2003) Title Russell Drysdale, Australian Artist Woollahra Year 1964
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British migrants arrive in Sydney on the 'Fairsea' c.1963. Courtesy National Archives of Australia
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Migration - British migrants arrive in Sydney on the 'Fairsea' c.1963. Courtesy National Archives of Australia
Scott’s Ltd building, Hunter Street, Newcastle, NSW, Australia [1890's] This became David Jones in approx 1958 until 2011. It now stands vacant.
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Scott’s Building, Hunter Street, Newcastle, NSW, ca.1890's The building became David Jones in approx 1958 until 2011.Now standing vacant. v@e
Scott’s Ltd building, Hunter Street, Newcastle, NSW, Australia [1890's]
War veterans march in Canberra - Australia.
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The Anzac Day National Ceremony, at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.
War veterans march in Canberra, Australia on ANZAC Day, April 25th.
Australians march at the War Memorial in Canberra.
Anzac Day in Canberra - Australia
Australia’s first women Olympians, Fanny Durack and Mina Wylie, 1912 by State Library of New South Wales collection,
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Fanny Durack and Mina Wylie, Australia’s first female Olympians. | 22 Australian Women Who Will Inspire The Hell Out Of You
Fanny Durack and Mina Wylie were Australia’s first women Olympians, winning gold and silver in the 100 metres freestyle, Stockholm, 1912.
Australia’s first women Olympians, Fanny Durack and Mina Wylie, 1912 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Australia’s first women Olympians, Fanny Durack and Mina Wylie, 1912.
1966 Australian stamp
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1966 Australian Stamp - Galah | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
1966 Australia Galah aka rose-breasted cockatoo.
1966 Australian 'Galah' stamp
Australia Stamp - Galah
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Vintage Australian matchbox cover for Brymay Redheads
always been a fan of the redheads boxes
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BryMay Matchbox Label
Coronation decorations; illuminations of Sydney, Anzac War Memorial, Hyde Park, Sydney, 1937 / photographer, Sam Hood by State Library of New South Wales collection
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Coronation decorations; illuminations of Sydney, Anzac War Memorial, Hyde Park, Sydney, 1937 / photographer, Sam Hood by State Library of New South Wales collection. Art Deco.
ANZAC War Memorial, Sydney, Australia from the State Library of New South Wales Stunning 1937 portrait of the memorial in Hyde Park, with reflection.
Coronation decorations; illuminations of Sydney, Anzac War Memorial, Hyde Park, Sydney, 1937 / photographer, Sam Hood
Then AND now... Illuminations of Anzac War Memorial, Hyde Park, Sydney, 1937 (photographer, Sam Hood by State Library of NSW collection)
The ANZAC War Memorial, built 1934 - Hyde Park - Sydney, Australia www.anzacmemorial.nsw.gov.au/
1937 - Coronation decorations; illuminations of Sydney, Anzac War Memorial, Hyde Park, Sydney,
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Anzac War Memorial Sydney * Photo by Sam Hood 1937
Taking strain measurements on post - Sydney Harbour Bridge NSW Australia 1932
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SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE | SYDNEY | NEW SOUTH WALES | AUSTRALIA: *Opened: 19 March 1932; Through Arch Bridge, crossing Port Jackson (Sydney Harbour), connecting Sydney CBD and the North Shore; Road and rail bridge* < > Photo: 1932; Taking strain measurements on Sydney Harbour Bridge
Taking strain measurements on post - Sydney Harbour Bridge | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Boys leaving Britain for Australia as part of the child migrant scheme
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Mrs Mollie Grey, interior decorator, Greenknowe Avenue, Potts Point, Sydney, ca. 1935/ photographer Harold Cazneaux by State Library of New South Wales collection, via Flickr
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Mollie Grey, interior decorator, Greenknowe Avenue, Potts Point, Sydney, circa 1935. Photographer Harold Cazneaux.
Mrs Molly Grey, interior decorator, Greenknowe Avenue, Potts Point, Sydney, ca. 1935/ photographer Harold Cazneaux . Grey was an interior designer active in Sydney (working for David Jones & others c1937) as well as a furniture designer for Ricketts and Thorp, Sydney. Her work was illustrated in The Home magazine and Art in Australia in the 1930s. She hosted a 2FC radio programme on interior design in 1935. She also wrote occasional features for the press.
Child migrants arriving australia in 1938, carry their suitcases down the street,part of a exhibition that ran in sydney in 2010
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Children on their way to Fairbridge Farm School, Molong --- Most of the children were sent to religous and charitable institutions such the schools of the Fairbridge Society, which was dedicated to filling the British Empire with white British workers. This picture shows child migrants on their way to a Fairbridge farm school in Molong, Australia, 1938. --
Poor kids. British children sent to Australia. Four children bound for Fairbridge Farm School Molong, NSW 1938.
Previous 1 of 7 images Next Four children bound for Fairbridge Farm School Molong, NSW 1938. From the 1860s for a century, British children were sent to Commonwealth countries to help populate colonies and boost labour forces. Some succeeded and others were subjected to terrible abuse.
Child migrants at Fairbridge farm ... L to R: Edward (Ted) Gamsley, Mary Simpson, Clara Park, Cyril Lord in April 1938.
Child Migrants - here are 4 children expatriated from the UK) to Fairbridge Farm School Molong, NSW 1938 From National Archives of Australia thanks to Molong Historic Society.
This picture is only one of many that depicts the situation in which more than 100.000 British children were found in, after being sent overseas in one of the British Colonies. Their lives were everything but glittery and shiny. The exhibition On their own- Britain’s child migrants that was held at the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney (2010-11), dealt with this issue. You can read the whole article at: http://www.australiangeographic.com.au/journal/australias-forgotten-child-migrants.htm
Archive photo of four young children carrying suitcases (Britain to Australia, 1938)
Australia's forgotten child migrants - Australian Geographic
E.O. Hoppé, Over the rooftops, Stanley Street, Sydney, 1930. From E.O. Hoppé’s Australia.
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E.O. HoppéOver the rooftopsStanley Street, Sydney, 1930From E.O. Hoppé’s Australia
E.O. Hoppé, Over the rooftops, Stanley Street 1930 Sydney
Stanley Street, Sydney, 1930. Australia.
Royal Arcade Sydney, 189. Sadly no longer standing
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Royal Arcade Sydney, 1892. This arcade ran from George Street through to Pitt Street,Sydney, opening in 1882. It disappeared in the mid 1970's beneath the Hilton Hotel.
Royal Arcade, Sydney, 1892. One of five stunning Victorian arcades in the city, it was over 90 metres long. Today, sadly, only one survives. The Royal Arcade was demolished to make way for the Hilton Hotel in the 1970s. A sad example of ugly progress destroying beautiful history. Shame.
Royal Arcade Sydney, 189? Sadly no longer standing. ** I remember shopping in this arcade when I first moved to Sydney. It was beautiful.
The Royal Arcade, Sydney, ran from George Street near the markets, through to Pitt Street, near the School of Arts. Over 90 metres long, it was well lit, with a lofty celestory and gas lamps. There were 31 shops on the ground floor, 36 offices on the first floor and a photographic studio above them at the George Street end. Of Sydney’s five Victorian arcades, only the Strand survived twentieth century development, the Royal disappearing beneath the Hilton Hotel in the mid 1970s.
Royal Arcade Sydney, 1897. Sadly no longer standing. v@e
Royal Arcade Sydney, c.1892/ by NSW Government Printer.
Royal Arcade Sydney, 1892.
Railway Square 1956.Sydney.. Australia by rangertocpt, via Flickr
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Railway Square on George Street., Sydney in 1956. Photo shared by Lindsay Bridge. v@e
1956 - Railway Square Sydney
Mr A. Wilson, publisher and family at Collaroy Beach, NSW Australia, 1930 by E.O. Hoppé
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Anne Hamilton, Black Rock, Melbourne, Australia, 1966. Photographer: Bruno Benini Dress by Simona for Sportsgirl
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woman on the reef, 1966 Australian fashion shoot
Fashion photography by Bruno Benini, 1960s.
Fashion shoot - 1960s Sydney
"What is it" Clues were - Coordinates: 33°51′54″S 151°12′28″E - The name is not what it is. - approximately 390 metres tall - Construction began in 1961 Completion was in 1967 ...... The "Sydney Tower" or alternative name "Centrepoint Tower" at Australia Square. .... FOR MORE info click on this photo - when in facebook click "like" then go to photos. www.facebook.com/...