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Patricia Spendlove looks nearly postcard perfect on a windy day at Coogee beach in 1967. Credit: Robert Nailon #vintagebikini

Patricia Spendlove looks nearly postcard perfect on a windy day at Coogee beach in Credit: Robert Nailon

Jack McElhone and dad Andrew "The Rocks" Gwydir River, Moree, 1933. Picture: Supplied by Robert McElhone

Jack McElhone and dad Andrew "The Rocks" Gwydir River, Moree, Picture: Supplied by Robert McElhone

M Charles Chellew drives his Hansom cab down Martin Place around 1900 Supplied by: Margaret & Eric Grove

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Not looking impressed by their new uniforms, Jenny Collins and friend heading for their first day at school in Wellington. Picture: Supplied by Jim Collins

Not looking impressed by their new uniforms, Jenny Collins and friend heading for their first day at school in Wellington. Picture: Supplied by Jim Collins

Pat Mayne reads the adventures of her hero while relaxing in the sun on Coogee Beach, 1966 Picture: Supplied by Sarah Mayne

Pat Mayne reads the adventures of her hero while relaxing in the sun on Coogee Beach, 1966 Picture: Supplied by Sarah Mayne

Prince Philip enjoys a bit of healthy biffo with Teddy (Dido) Phillips at South Sydney Police Boys Club. Supplied by Ian K. Phillips.

Prince Philip enjoys a bit of healthy biffo with Teddy (Dido) Phillips at South Sydney Police Boys Club. Supplied by Ian K.

Forbes band The Reasons Why play to a sellout Girl Guides Hall in 1967. From left, David, Graham, Paul and Ringo... sorry, that’s Bill. The boys played to tens of fans at functions during the late 60s and early 70s. Supplied by: Carolyn Huckel

Forbes band The Reasons Why play to a sellout Girl Guides Hall in From left, David, Graham, Paul and Ringo. sorry, that’s Bill. The boys played to tens of fans at functions during the late and early Supplied by: Carolyn Huckel

Back in the 60s when restaurants were a family affair. James Zaunders outside the family’s restaurant, the Elite Cafe in Victoria St, Taree. Supplied by: John Moulis

Back in the when restaurants were a family affair. James Zaunders outside the family’s restaurant, the Elite Cafe in Victoria St, Taree. Supplied by: John Moulis

Ray Supple and his mates had no trouble finding parking spaces in Newtown for their beloved cars in 1962. Supplied by: Ray Supple

Ray Supple and his mates had no trouble finding parking spaces in Newtown for their beloved cars in Supplied by: Ray Supple

Molly, Vera and friends out on the town in Cootamundra in 1940. What a foursome. Credit: Joy Cameron

Molly, Vera and friends out on the town in Cootamundra in What a foursome.

Donna Bannerman and her brothers all had the same fashion sense in Bathurst in May 1975. Credit: Donna Scott

Donna Bannerman and her brothers all had the same fashion sense in Bathurst in May Credit: Donna Scott

Jonathan Wilson Close (standing in the in cab) presumably at Eveleigh Workshops around 1900. He ended up Outdoor Superintendent of the Metropolitan District of the NSW Railways. Supplied: Ron and Judy Arnott

Jonathan Wilson Close (standing in the in cab) presumably at Eveleigh Workshops around He ended up Outdoor Superintendent of the Metropolitan District of the NSW Railways. Supplied: Ron and Judy Arnott

Ty Singleton reckons white suits must have been cool in the ’70s, judging by this photo of his parents’ 1972 wedding. That’s his dad on the left. Supplied: Ty Singleton

Ty Singleton reckons white suits must have been cool in the judging by this photo of his parents’ 1972 wedding. That’s his dad on the left.

Queenscliffe SLSC members in 1948 included George Sommerville, Jack Prior, Bill Taylor, Tony Robertson, Mick Mills, Alan Williams, Tom Wardaugh, Barry Lunsdaine, Bob Evans, Dick Brand, Graeme Nicholls, John Fry and Ron Hansen.

Queenscliffe SLSC members in 1948 included George Sommerville, Jack Prior, Bill Taylor, Tony Robertson, Mick Mills, Alan Williams, Tom Wardaugh, Barry Lunsdaine, Bob Evans, Dick Brand, Graeme Nicholls, John Fry and Ron Hansen.

Condoblin sisters Tracy and Rachelle Martin find a comfy spot in the back of the ute, 1968. Picture: Supplied by Rachelle Cavanaugh

Condoblin sisters Tracy and Rachelle Martin find a comfy spot in the back of the ute, Picture: Supplied by Rachelle Cavanaugh

Aline Hutchinson’s great grandfather Gilbert Isaacs taken with his bible class in Redfern, in the late 1800s. Picture: Supplied by Aline Hutchinson, Kingsgrove, NSW

Aline Hutchinson’s great grandfather Gilbert Isaacs taken with his bible class in Redfern, in the late Picture: Supplied by Aline Hutchinson, Kingsgrove, NSW

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