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Chelsea courthouse newspaper headlines collage.

Chelsea Court House Repairs and Painting Plan no. 7.51, undated [circa 1950], VPRS 3686/P18 Public Works Department Pre-Metric Building Plans, Unit 1755.

Date:
1950

Entry for contract no. 27 for Chelsea Court House, VPRS 979/P0 Public Works Department Contract Books, Unit 54.

Date:
1928

Cell and Cycle Shelter to Police Station and New Conveniences to Court House – the Strand, Chelsea, plan no. 7.51, 6 April 1950, VPRS 3686/P18 Public Works Department Pre-Metric Building Plans, Unit 1755.

Date:
1950

Site plan for Chelsea Court House, plan no. 58/673, including details of adjacent Chelsea Police Station, and State Rivers & Water Supply Corporation building, 16 December 1958, VPRS 3686/P20 Public Works Department Pre-Metric Building Plans, Unit 2600.

Date:
1958

Proposed Court House Chelsea, 22 February 1928, Evan Smith Chief Architect, VPRS 3686/P18 Public Works Department Pre-Metric Building Plans, Unit 275.

Date:
1928

New Chelsea Court House, The Age, 5 February 1929.

Date:
1929

Melbourne and Metropolitan Board of Works Plan No. 4G1E, City of Chelsea, undated [circa 1953–1970s],
VPRS 8602/P1, Detailed Base Plans [DP] 40’=1” Alpha-numeric, Unit 1, Public Record Office Victoria.

Creator:
Unknown

Chelsea Court House, date unknown – by 1938, photographer unknown. 

Date:
1938
Creator:
Unknown

Peter and Eliza of the Westernport tribe of Bunurongs.

Date:
1870
William Thomas Guardian of the aboriginals in Westernport and Mordialloc Districts, outside a colnial hut with three adult aboriginals and one child. Shirley Joy, Early search for the Beaumaris Cemetery, 1855-1865.
Date:
1840
William Bruton, a Cheltenham pioneer.

Derrimut of the Boon-oor-ong , an oil painting by Benjamin Duterreau.

Date:
1864
John Batman signing a fraudulent contract with the tribal chiefs of the Kulin nation re land at Port Phillip. Picturesque Atlas of Australasia - 1886
Date:
1835
William Buckley, convict who escaped from the Collins expedition near Sorrento and lived with the aboriginals. Sutherland - Victoria and its Metropolis
Date:
1835

Jimmy Dunbar, a member of the Bunurong people outside his mia mia located on the Blind Creek, an arm of the Mordialloc Creek and adjacent to the Bridge Hotel. c1870. 

Date:
1870

Antique Flatbed horse drawn cart, Le Bon collection 2013.

Date:
2013

Antique farm equipment, Le Bon collection 2013.

Date:
2013

Assorted antique farm equipment, Le Bon collection 2013.

Date:
2013

Fred Le Bon's workshop, Le Bon collection 2013.

Date:
2013

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