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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

Memorial with drinking fountain, Boer War.  Corner Chesterville Road and Point Nepean Road. Note lamps and inscriptions of the men who served, who died and who returned. The Noble Deeds of Our Moorabbin Boys.

Date:
1920
Courtesy:
Betty Kuc

Christ Church Dingley, Anglican Church, Centre Dandenong Road. Gift of Mary Attenborough.

Date:
1918
Courtesy:
Helen Stanley

Vicarage of St Matthew's Anglican Church Corner Park and Charman Roads Cheltenham, later sold to Total Oil Products 

Date:
1964
Courtesy:
Moorabbin News

St Matthew's Anglican Church and parish hall in Cheltenham.

Date:
1907
Courtesy:
Shirley M Joy

The Rev Alfred Caffin, Vicar of St Matthew's Cheltenham.

Leo Gamble captain of the Mentone CYMS team, being 'chaired' off after a semi-final win in 1957.  The team were premiers two weeks later.

Date:
1957
Courtesy:
Leo Gamble

Mentone CYMS Football Team.

Date:
1955
Courtesy:
Leo Gamble

Footballer Charlie Le Bon, an original member of the Heatherton Football Club.

Date:
1920

The Scantlebury family grave at the Cheltenham Pioneer Cemetery.

Date:
2014
Creator:
Heather Sheard
Courtesy:
Heather Sheard

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