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Tree planting to commemorate 50 years of Service by Chelsea Red Cross. Mayor Cr L Payne, Mrs Payne, Mrs Moore, Mrs Mossenton, Mrs Meier and Mrs Mether.

Clock Tower at Chelsea on Point Nepean Road, adjacent to the railway line. Erected 1934.

Hoadley’s Hall, the Joss House, staff and some pupils at school. Taken in 1913 a year after Chelsea Primary School began.

Date:
1913

Mrs Armstrong centre, a founder of St Aidan's Anglican Church Carrum with Rev C T Holloway vicar, and Miss Nellie Somerville.  Last service to be held in that building before construction of new church. 1964

Date:
1964

Re-enactment of the landing of Charles Grimes, Surveyor General of New South Wales on Long Beach in 1803. Marine Paul Winnell and Stuart Petchey as Charles Grimes.

RACV Club racing vintage cars at Aspendale Race Course, c1915.

Date:
1915
Courtesy:
Sandra O’Brien

First Chelsea Council - Councillors with their wives and children - back left: Cr Oliver, Cr Williams, Cr Rigby, Cr Stevens, Cr James, Cr Hunter, Cr Richardson, Cr Guy. Front: Cr F Groves - wives not named.

Workmen on the line at Cheltenham Railway Station.

Date:
1973

Steam Train from Mentone at Cheltenham just before Charman Road Crossing, Gate Keeper’s Cottage to right.

Courtesy:
Eric Longmuir

Volunteers at the Mentone Public Lending Library, Jean Critchley, Joan Templar and Ivy Scarff.

Date:
1998

The Council Chambers at Mentone.

Date:
1976
Courtesy:
Moorabbin News

Mrs Forster, former secretary of Mentone Library Committee and Mr M Walmsley, president pictured outside the library

Date:
1975

Golden Jubilee of the Mentone Public Lending Library. From left F Hobill, I Hockin (librarian), W Gault, K Brooker, M Taylor and seated Mrs Harvey and Miss Anderson

Date:
1975

Mentone Miniature Rifle Club, Progress Association and Public Lending Library.

Date:
1928

Native vegetation at Bradshaw Park Mordialloc.

Date:
2015

Thomas Bent on the bench at Parliament House.

Date:
1900

Sub-division of land at Mordialloc showing Bradshaw Reserve marked in green

Map of the aboriginal reserve straddling the Mordialloc Creek.

Date:
1852

Moorabbin railway gates on Point Nepean Road. Advertisment for Creamota and Pelaco Shirts in background

Date:
1920

John W Allnutt, Mayor of Moorabbin.

Date:
1949
Courtesy:
City of Kingston

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