King St. Sydney from Pitt St., looking E, February-March 1895 .. State Library of NSW

King Street, Sydney from Pitt Street, looking East, February-March 1895 .Photo shared by the State Library of NSW.

Parramatta Cinema, c. 1920s, by Sam Hood. N.S.W Australia.

Format: Photograph Find more detailed information about this photographic collection: From the collection of the State Library of New South Wales www.

Roxy, Parramatta, c. 1930s, by Sam Hood - is still there and hasn't changed

Roxy Picture Theatre, in Parramatta, NSW, Australia Photo by Sam Hood. Roxy is still there and hasn't changed.

Parramatta Hospital for the Insane, c.1900 , formerly the female factory for convicts. Parramatta. N.S.W Australia.

Parramatta Hospital for the Insane, formerly the female factory for convicts.

Parramatta Female Factory Earle, A

Parramatta Female Factory Precinct historic site for convict women, orphaned or destitute children, mental health care is associated with Forgotten Australians and Stolen Generations.

Parramatta Female Factory The woman who were sent here in the early days had a vile time of it.

Parramatta Female Factory c 1823 "Brisbane" Third Class criminal sleeping quarters.

Old Government House Parramatta designed & built by James Bloodsworth (painting by George William Evans)

of August 1885 While out for a drive in a horse and cart, a man and woman survived an extraordinary accident on this day in As they were nearing the western …

Workmen's Cottages in George St,Parramatta.Built in the 1800s and demolished in 1972 for a car park.A♥W

Workmen's Cottages in George St,Parramatta.Built in the and demolished in 1972 for a car park.

Red Cow Inn - In colonial times most visitors to Parramatta would have had to choose between stopping over at one of its two most famous inns, The ‘Red Cow’ or the ‘Woolpack’. The first of these stood at the rear of the site of the present Commercial Bank in George street. While the name ‘Red Cow’ seems a little prosaic it was actually a very literal reference to the many red cows grazing in the pastures around the newly formed town.

Parramatta Heritage: The 'Red Cow' Inn Parramatta

1801 NSW Governor Philip King established Australia's first welfare institution - a school for orphaned girls near Parramatta, in western Sydney.

View of the Female Orphan School near Parramatta, New South Wales by Joseph Lycett. This early 'school' was more of an institution to keep young women off the streets and out of prostitution.

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