Art Deco 1930's Toy Truck

Art Deco 1930's Toy Truck

“Freedom prospers when religion is vibrant and the rule of law under God is acknowledged.” - Ronald Reagan

President Ronald Reagan ~ what an amazing man President Reagan was! He adored our beautiful USA & took every opportunity to say so :)

Andrew Fisher, 5th Prime Minister of Australia - State Library of Victoria, Melbourne

Andrew Fisher, Prime Minister of Australia - State Library of Victoria, Melbourne

Gough Whitlam (1916–2014) held office from 5 December 1972 to 11 November 1975

Gough Whitlam held office from 5 December 1972 to 11 November 1975

Sir Robert Menzies (right) with Harold Holt in 1966, after Menzies handed over power.

Sir Robert Menzies with Harold Holt after handing over the leadership of the Liberal Party and the office of prime minister to Holt.

Joseph Lyons, Tasmanian and former Australian Prime Minister.  Photo from the National Archives of Australia.

Joseph Lyons, Tasmanian and former Australian Prime Minister. Photo from the National Archives of Australia.

James Henry Scullin (18 September 1876 – 28 January 1953), Australian Labor politician and the ninth Prime Minister of Australia. Two days after he was sworn in as Prime Minister following the 1929 House-only election, the Wall Street Crash of 1929 occurred, marking the beginning of the Great Depression and subsequent Great Depression in Australia.

James Henry Scullin September 1876 – 28 January was an Australian Labor Party politician and the ninth Prime Minister of Australia. Scullin led Labor to government at the 1929 election.

Keating and Faulkner with Gough Whitlam

Gough Whitlam At John Faulkner On A Life Of Endurance, Longevity, Resilience And Extraordinary Contribution

Sir Edmund Barton First Prime Minister of Australia 1901-3

Waverley Cemetery NSW contains the grave of Sir Edmund Barton, Australia's first Prime minister, 1901

Sir William McMahon, Prime Minister of Australia 1971- 1972

Sir William McMahon, Prime Minister of Australia 1972

David Smith, the Governor-General's secretary, reads the Proclamation Dissolving Parliament on the afternoon of November 11, 1975 (The Dismissal of PM Gough Whitlam - pictured).

David Smith, the Governor-General's secretary, reads the Proclamation Dissolving Parliament on the afternoon of November 1975 (The Dismissal of PM Gough Whitlam - pictured).

Queen Elizabeth presents Sir Robert Menzies with the Order of Australia

Queen Elizabeth presents Sir Robert Menzies with the Order of Australia during the Centenary Test, Melbourne, March 1977

Sir John Grey Gorton, Australian Priminister in 1970

Sir John Grey Gorton, Australian Priminister in 1970

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