Vintage Glass Plate Negative Mugshots From the 1920s. These pictures are part of a series of around 2500 "special photographs" taken by New South Wales Police Department between 1910 and 1930. More here http://anthonylukephotography.blogspot.com/2011/06/vintage-glass-plate-negative-mugshots.html

Walter Smith is listed in the New South Wales Police Gazette in 1924 as "charged with breaking and entering the dwelling house of Edward Mulligan and stealing blinds," . and with "stealing clothing in the dwelling house of Ernest Leslie Mortimer.

Looking south on Cambridge Street, The Rocks (NSW) [Rocks Resumption photographic survey] by State Records NSW, via Flickr

Looking south on Cambridge Street, The Rocks (NSW) [Rocks Resumption photographic survey] by State Records NSW, via Flickr

Sydney Harbour bridge under construction

Sydney Harbour bridge under construction. Don't you just love the formal suit and tie. How times have changed.

Celebrating the Sydney Harbour Bridge. On the 19th of March 1932 the Sydney Harbour Bridge was officially opened. We have created a video montage showing the construction. http://www.flickr.com/photos/state-records-nsw/5545364384/

Celebrating the Sydney Harbour Bridge. On the of March Construction Fitzroy Street Arch. State Archives on flicker

King William Street, 1890    B 171    King William Street, Adelaide, west side, with North Terrace in the distance. The original ES bank premises and the Bank of Adelaide can be seen. The building with a verandah is the original Gresham Hotel. Horse cabs for hire line the centre of the road. Gresham place is shown.

King William Street, 1890 B 171 King William Street, Adelaide, west side, with North Terrace in the distance. The original ES bank premises and the Bank of Adelaide can be seen. The building with a verandah is the original Gresham Hotel. Horse cabs for hire line the centre of the road. Gresham place is shown.

City bound traffic on Bradfield Highway, Sydney Harbour Bridge, 1953. Photographer: John Tanner. NAA: A1200, L16208

City bound traffic on Bradfield Highway, Sydney Harbour Bridge, Photographer: John Tanner.

Melbourne 1858

Bourke Street, Melbourne picture - Early photographs - Land and Streetscapes - Culture Victoria

Anzacs and Greek soldiers sharing a drink before the onslaught of the German military machine.    Australian writers, Dr Maria Hill and Peter Thompson seek the truth over the role Anzacs and Greeks played in World War II.

Australian writers, Dr Maria Hill and Peter Thompson seek the truth over the role Anzacs and Greeks played in World War II. Anzacs and Greek soldiers sharing a drink before the onslaught of the German military machine.

Truganini and last four Tasmanian Aborigines

A picture of the last four "full blooded" Tasmanian Aborigines c. Truganini, the last to survive, is seated at far right.

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