David Moore Photography Sydney Opera House
David Moore (1927 – 2003) was Australia’s most renowned and widely travelled photojournalist. His extraordinary archive covers both his homeland and the many countries and subjects he visited over a sixty-year career.
King St. Sydney from Pitt St., looking E, February-March 1895 / H. King Syd.
Format: Albumen photoprint Notes: As a cable tram trundles up King Street towards Queens Square, a crowd occupies both sides of the roadway. They have assembled outside the Daily Telegraph office, where the latest news was posted each day. Judging by this photograph, it is not surprising that the 1909 Royal Commission on the Improvement of Sydney was critical of the traffic chaos on Sydney’s narrow streets. Find more photographs of early Sydney on Discover Collections - Sydney Exposed…
Aerial view of Sydney Harbour - the bridge is under construction
Sydney Harbour Bridge. Approaches from the Air. Dated: Digital ID: 12685_a007_a00704_8728000154rr Rights: www.records.nsw.gov.au/about-us/rights-and-permissions We'd love to hear from you if you use our photos. Many other photos in our collection are available to view and browse on our website using Photo Investigator.
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