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Keefer's Boat Shed.

Date:
1984

Mrs Jean Botteril and Margaret at the City of Mordialloc Philharmonic Society concert and fancy dress.

Date:
1961

Eddie Trait Editor of Moorabbin News and General Manager of Standard News Cheltenham.

The grave of James and Catherine Goold at Brighton Cemetery, East Brighton pioneers.

Date:
2010
Courtesy:
Graham J Whitehead

Detail of the grave stone of James and Catherine Goold at the Brighton Cemetery, East Brighton.

Courtesy:
Graham J Whitehead

Priest's blessing on emigrants waiting for ships to America, Canada or Australia on the quay at Cork Ireland.

Date:
1851

Church of St Francis Lonsdale Street Melbourne.

Date:
1860
Courtesy:
Graham J Whitehead

St Brigid's Primary School football team  Runners up in the Catholic Schools' No 10 District competition.  Coached by Ben Kavanagh

Date:
1964
Courtesy:
Mordialloc News

Under 12 footballers of the Mordialloc Youth Club, coached by Ben Kavanagh.

Date:
1962
Courtesy:
Mordialloc News

Ben Kavanagh watches Cr Ward present a medal to Colin Antonie at Mordialloc Youth Club Football breakup, for the player who got the most umpires votes in the South Eastern Football League.

Date:
1965
Courtesy:
Mordialloc News

Aboriginal canoe tree at Braeside Park.

Date:
2000
Courtesy:
John Madge

Australian stretcher bearers carrying a wounded soldier.

Australiam stretcher-bearers carrying a wounded man through the mud.

Date:
1916

Subdivision map of Two Acre Village showing holdings of Joseph Orr in 1899.

Date:
1899
Courtesy:
Damian Smith

Statement of money deposited in Regimental Savings Bank by Private Joseph Orr.

Date:
1856
Courtesy:
Damian Smith

Joseph Orr, an early resident of Cheltenham, and involved in the Indian Army.

Courtesy:
Damian Smith

Two small timber cottages in Skinner Street Hastings with a young girl standing next to the street lamp.

Date:
1900

Hastings pier with fishing boats and nets drying on the rail.  Houses in the background

Date:
1910

Headstone on the grave of George Thomas Whitehead who died 31 December 1889, erected by his loving brother at the Cheltenham Cemetery.

Date:
1999
Courtesy:
Graham J Whitehead

Gravestone of the Rev Alfred Caffin, Vicar of St Matthew's Cheltenham, at the Pioneer Cemetery.

Courtesy:
Graham J Whitehead

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