Lionel Logue and his fiancée Myrtle Gruenert. The Australian gent who helped George VI with his stammer.

Lionel Logue, age Australian speech therapist responsible for the un-stammering of King George VI. Here he is with his future wife, Myrtle Gruenert.un-stammering of King George VI. Here he is with his future wife, Myrtle Gruenert. Suggestion by ljvera

Stircase of the Queen Victoria Building, Sydney

Staircases of the Queen Victoria Building, Sydney, Australia. SO BEAUTIFUL. The stained glass and wrought iron are sheer works of art.

Sydney Harbour Bridge during construction, 1930, with two aeroplanes, Charles Ulm's "Southern Sun" & a Gypsy Moth / photomontage by Edward Searl

Sydney Harbour Bridge during construction, with two aeroplanes, Charles Ulm’s “Southern Sun” & a Gypsy Moth / photomontage by Edward Searl (by State Library of New South Wales collection)

There were between 350 and 750 distinct Australian Aboriginal languages at the time of first European contact. Dying languages.

This Real Australian Language Map Will Blow You Away

Aboriginal Studies Press (ASP) is the Australian Institute of Aboriginal of Torres Strait Islander Studies' publishing arm and Australia’s leading publisher of Australian Indigenous studies.

May Gibbs (Australian artist) We Like Australia c1914-1918

May Gibbs (Australian artist) We Like Australia Famous Gum Nut Babies.

Uniformed keeper with spotted animal [quolls], Taronga Zoo, c. 1916, by Sam Hood Wales collection, via Flickr

Uniformed keeper with spotted animals ( quolls) at Taronga Zoo. c 1916 Photograph by Sam Hood Wales collection


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