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Stunning photos of everyday life in Melbourne in the 1940s
PICTURE SPECIAL: Welcome to the 1940s, when Sundays were truly sacrosanct and the people of Melbourne lived in a world that for half the decade was ravaged by war.
Melbourne City Malls HDR by daniellepowell82 on DeviantArt
Taken in Melbourne city malls Vic Australia. Processed in HDR Final adjustments in PS Melbourne City Malls HDR
From Germany to Australia: photographic art of the 1950s and 60s
The author Robert Deane refers to the years from 1938 till after WW2 as a period of foreign influences in Australian photography. As a young man, Deane didn’t know of non-British or non-Australian photographers in Australia, and was rather delighted to find an entire generation of beautifully trained artists on our shores. Sadly the efforts of Australian security and suspicion of enemy aliens had largely denied one immigrant photographer, Margaret Michaelis, the opportunity to work to her…
Vintage Melbourne in Black & White
Historic Swanston Street in glorious black & white, from southern end to northern end. The early years. Part 1 King Edward VII Arch, one of many...
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Melbourne in 1954: Made in Australia Week was launched when RAAF pilots flew these seven Australian-made planes over Elizabeth Street in the city.
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.
Melbourne in the 1950s: Olympics bring TV to town
IT IS difficult to imagine today, but only a few decades ago a suburban-style motor accessories store stood at one of the Melbourne CBD’s prime locations.