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David Moore (1927-2003); One of Australia's most renowned photographers & photojournalists, Moore captured some of the great iconic images of Australia. Less well known are his colourful abstract works from later in his career. Moore also travelled extensively working for Time-Life and National Geographic amongst others. image: Migrants arriving in Sydney – 1966

This was on match boxes.

Taking strain measurements on post - Sydney Harbour Bridge NSW Australia 1932

The Anzac Day National Ceremony, at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra.

Cloudland Ballroom, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

Australia was the first nation to give women both voting rights and the right to sit office in 1902. | 14 Little Known Nuggets Of Australian History

David Moore (Australia 06 Apr 1927–23 Jan 2003) Title Russell Drysdale, Woollahra Year 1964

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.

Sunbathers in circle with heads under low umbrella at Bondi, 1966. National Archives of Australia.