The next morning Phryne and Dot go looking for information about Joan.  First to Woolloomooloo to see Mrs. Ryan, make sure Joan's kids will be cared for, and get what information they can about Joan's life up to her disappearance.  These were taken a few years later, but they show the stark working-class to slightly depressed nature of Woolloomooloo.  William Lane, Woolloomooloo, Sydney, 1930 by E.O. Hoppe

The next morning Phryne and Dot go looking for information about Joan. First to Woolloomooloo to see Mrs. Ryan, make sure Joan's kids will be cared for, and get what information they can about Joan's life up to her disappearance. These were taken a few years later, but they show the stark working-class to slightly depressed nature of Woolloomooloo. William Lane, Woolloomooloo, Sydney, 1930 by E.O. Hoppe

1930s Paddys Market in Sydney.The origin of Paddy's Market as a distinct market dates back to 1834 when Governor Bourke decides to move traders if hay and grains to a site next to the new cattle market on Campbell St.Photo from City of Sydney Archives.A♥W

1930s Paddys Market in Sydney.The origin of Paddy's Market as a distinct market dates back to 1834 when Governor Bourke decides to move traders if hay and grains to a site next to the new cattle market on Campbell St.Photo from City of Sydney Archives.A♥W

Old Bondi Junction before they took the trams away. We used to go shopping on Saturday mornings. The shops all closed at 12 noon.

Old Bondi Junction before they took the trams away. We used to go shopping on Saturday mornings. The shops all closed at 12 noon.

1910 Kerry and Co Photograph of George Street near Hunter Street, Sydney, Australia | by Dave Wood Liverpool Images

1910 Kerry and Co Photograph of George Street near Hunter Street, Sydney, Australia | by Dave Wood Liverpool Images

Corner George and Argyle Sts,The Rocks,Sydney in the late 1800s,looking south.The Orient Hotel is on the right. Photo from State Library of NSW.A♥W

Corner George and Argyle Sts,The Rocks,Sydney in the late 1800s,looking south.The Orient Hotel is on the right. Photo from State Library of NSW.A♥W

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