Sydney Harbour Bridge during construction, 1930, with two aeroplanes, Charles Ulm's "Southern Sun" & a Gypsy Moth / photomontage by Edward Searl-i

Sydney Harbour Bridge during construction, with two aeroplanes, Charles Ulm’s “Southern Sun” & a Gypsy Moth / photomontage by Edward Searl (by State Library of New South Wales collection)

The Bee Gees (L to R: Robin, Barry, and Maurice) at home in Redcliffe, Queensland, Australia, ca. late 1950's [316 × 421] - Imgur

Hitler in front of "Church of our Lady" in Nuremberg, Sept. 1934

Brothers Robin Gibb, Barry Gibb and Maurice Gibb of the 'Bee Gees' pictured in Brisbane, Queensland.

Douglas Annand: Black Swan, ca. 1950's

Douglas Annand's travel poster for Australia, The native black swan is one of the cultural symbols of Australia.

“Wash the dishes” game. Government school playground, Melbourne, 1954. Source: Australian Children’s Folklore Collection, Museum Victoria.

1954 “Wash the dishes” Game. Government school playground, Melbourne Australian Children’s Folklore Collection, Museum Victoria, Australia

Paris end of Collins Street Melbourne Victoria Australia 1958 - Mark Strizic

Paris end of Collins Street Melbourne Victoria Australia 1958 - Mark Strizic I worked opposite the town hall.

Collins St late 1960s

Forty years ago Angus O'Callaghan chronicled the ordinary life of Melbourne, then his pictures were forgotten, consigned to a shoebox. Rediscovered they reveal a .


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