Cat on grave at Cimetière des Chiens, Asnieresur- Seine, Paris (2011). Taken from, Animal Death Edited by Jay Johnston and Fiona Probyn-Rapsey.

Cat on grave at Cimetière des Chiens, Asnieresur- Seine, Paris Taken from, Animal Death Edited by Jay Johnston and Fiona Probyn-Rapsey.

Dogs tethered in the designated dog yard, Illulissat, June 2011. Photo: Monika Szunejko.Taken from, Animal Death Edited by Jay Johnston and Fiona Probyn-Rapsey

Dogs tethered in the designated dog yard, Illulissat, June Photo: Monika Szunejko.Taken from, Animal Death Edited by Jay Johnston and Fiona Probyn-Rapsey

Plate 14. Allambie House, Royal National Park, now demolished, provided accommodation and was particularly popular with honeymooners. State Records NSW. Taken from, Playing in the bush: recreation and national parks in New South Wales Edited by Richard White and Caroline Ford

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Judith Anderson in 1918. Courtesy Special Collections, University of California, Santa Barbara. Taken from, Impact of the Modern: Vernacular Modernities in Australia 1870s-1960s Edited by Robert Dixon and Veronica Kelly.

Judith Anderson in Courtesy Special Collections, University of California, Santa Barbara. Taken from, Impact of the Modern: Vernacular Modernities in Australia Edited by Robert Dixon and Veronica Kelly.

Wigzell’s Hairdressers and Turkish Baths, Oxford Street, Sydney. From Illustrated Sydney News, 29 September 1883, Rare Book Collection, Monash University. Taken from, Impact of the Modern: Vernacular Modernities in Australia 1870s-1960s Edited by Robert Dixon and Veronica Kelly

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Frank Hinder, three cardboard model planes painted in dazzle. Canberra, AWM, Hinder Personal Records. Taken from, Camouflage Australia: art, nature, science and war by Ann Elias

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The causeway at Audley was built to provide swimming and boating opportunities. State Records NSW. Taken from, Playing in the bush: recreation and national parks in New South Wales, Edited by Richard White and Caroline Ford.

The causeway at Audley was built to provide swimming and boating opportunities. Taken from, Playing in the bush: recreation and national parks in New South Wales, Edited by Richard White and Caroline Ford.

Cartoon by George Molnar, The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), 3 December 1952. Reproduced with permission of Katie Molnar. Taken from 'Norman Haire and the study of sex" by Diana Wyndham

Cartoon by George Molnar, The Daily Telegraph (Sydney), 3 December Reproduced with permission of Katie Molnar. Taken from 'Norman Haire and the study of sex" by Diana Wyndham

Taken from, 'Read me: the Sydney University student anthology 2011'.

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Lost by Dinnah Gustavo. Taken from, 'Read me: the Sydney University student anthology 2011'.

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