Angus O'Callaghan's Melbourne
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 lost world, one that intrigues today's young collectors who are pushing prices for the prints higher and higher.
Stock Photo - Willesden Shop Circa 1960
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Two Youths Guilty of Manslaughter - Twisted History | Limelight Tours
ON THIS DAY – March 6, 1959 FITZROY Two youths were today found guilty of manslaughter of a Fitzroy newsagent by a Supreme Court jury, which acquitted them of murder. They were Kenneth Graham Wilson, 17, labourer, of Jarvie Street, East Brunswick, and John McLaren Hazeldine, 19, labourer, of Barkley Street, Brunswick. The jury acquitted […]
The Olympia Milk Bar: Dracula’s Den or Parramatta Road’s Treasure?
When passing by, your eye might be caught by what some would deem structurally unsound, but for others the Olympia Milk Bar is a step back in time to a place when milkshakes were only $2.90. Cather…