Libraries

Our libraries, in the past and in the present, have brought knowledge, education, entertainment and social inclusivity to our communities.
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Prahran public library, 1937.

Prahran public library, 1937.

Photo of children selecting books in the Children's Library, 1930. The librarian assisting is probably Miss Jocelyn McCallum, the Children's Librarian from 1924-1946.

Photo of children selecting books in the Children's Library, 1930. The librarian assisting is probably Miss Jocelyn McCallum, the Children's Librarian from 1924-1946.

Toorak/South Yarra Library, 1973. Wolfgang Sievers, photographer.

Toorak/South Yarra Library, 1973. Wolfgang Sievers, photographer.

Prahran Municipal Library, 1952. The first branch of the Prahran Municipal Library was opened in Armadale at 699 High Street, Armadale (near corner of High Street and Orrong Road), on the 1st October, 1951 during "Library week".

Prahran Municipal Library, 1952. The first branch of the Prahran Municipal Library was opened in Armadale at 699 High Street, Armadale (near corner of High Street and Orrong Road), on the 1st October, 1951 during "Library week".

Toorak/South Yarra Library, 1973.

Toorak/South Yarra Library, 1973.

Storytime at Toorak/South Yarra Library, 1974.

Storytime at Toorak/South Yarra Library, 1974.

Selecting audio cassettes at the library, ca. 1984.

Selecting audio cassettes at the library, ca. 1984.

Malvern City Library, 1959.

Malvern City Library, 1959.

Malvern City Library, 1959.

Malvern City Library, 1959.

Toorak/South Yarra Library, 1973.  Wolfgang Sievers, photographer.

Toorak/South Yarra Library, 1973. Wolfgang Sievers, photographer.

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