Melbourne Cricket Ground. Melbourne, Australia, 1928.

HISTORY: Aerial view of the Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne, 1928

Open air wash house, Melbourne. This woman is standing at a copper washing clothes. This photo is in the F. Oswald Barnett Collection, taken in the 1930s. Many of them were used to illustrate a government report on slum housing and/or made into lantern slides for lectures in a public campaign.

Open air wash-house typical of thousands. - The Unsuspected Slums - Culture Victoria

Historic Elizabeth Street in B & W

HISTORY: Elizabeth Street - part of the Hoddle Grid laid out in It is presumed to have been named in honour of governor Richard Bourke's wife.

'Dinny' O'Brien the North Carlton 'bottle-oh'. The bottle-oh was also a favourite with children who ran out for halfpenny a bottle.

'Dinny' O'Brien the North Carlton 'bottle-oh'. The bottle-oh was also a favourite with children who ran out for halfpenny a bottle.

The first Princess bridge..Melbourne

The second Princes Bridge, opened in span made of bluestone and granite and was at the time,one of the longest,flattest stone arch bridges in the world.

Merry Christmas from 1959, with a somewhat creepy santa on the Foy and Gibsons department store, Bourke st.

Merry Christmas from with a somewhat creepy santa on the Foy and Gibsons department store, Bourke st.he used to beckon with his fingers!

Late 1960's by Angus O'Callaghan (Swanston St, Melbourne, Vic, Australia)

Late by Angus O'Callaghan (Swanston St, Melbourne, Vic, Australia)

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