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J & C Caudwell’s Timber Merchants in Mentone.

Image Map of the Carrum Swamp showing original grantees and a proposed reserved allotment for the Beet Root Company.

From G M Hibbins, A History of the City of Springvale, page 63.

Parliament House, Melbourne. Construction commenced in 1855. The proposed dome and side wings were never completed.

Nathaniel Levi, c1900.

Date:
1900

Decorated Wagon displaying vegetables and fruit, c1916.

Date:
1916

Committee of the Moorabbin and Cheltenham Show, 1913.
Seated (left to right) Mr R L Amess (Hon Sec), Cr George Brownfield (President), Mr Harold Irwin (Hon Treasurer).
Standing (left to right) Messrs P White, F Wilson, E T Fenny, J H Butler, G Wells, R Mills, H F North, G T Allnutt, J Shields, F Reynolds.
Seated (in front) Messrs F Moorhouse, E Marriott, A Hewitt, CD Scullin, R Potts.

Date:
1913
Creator:
Percy Fairlam
Courtesy:
Betty Kuc

Mentone Skating Rink, Brindisi Street.

Courtesy:
Ron Lister

William McKnight in military uniform, c1900.

Date:
1900
Courtesy:
Graham McKnight

The New Mentone Theatre, c1928.

Date:
1928
Courtesy:
Paul Lemmon

Interior of the New Mentone Theatre, c1928.

Date:
1928

Skating Rink and City Chambers in Brindisi Street Mentone, 1928.

Date:
1928
Courtesy:
Paul Lemmon

Albert E Lydford, c1925.

Date:
1925

Memorial stained glass window to Charlotte Keys erected by her family in St Matthew’s Anglican Church, Cheltenham.

John Keys, Secretary and Engineer Shire of Moorabbin.

Exchange Hotel, Cheltenham, c1915.

Date:
1915
Creator:
Percy Fairlam
Courtesy:
Betty Kuc

Grave stone of George Keys and his wife Margaret in the Brighton Cemetery.

Courtesy:
Rewa Feenaghly
Date:
1970

The Reverend E S Bickford, Minister in Methodist Church, 1903.

Date:
1903

The emigration agents’ office – the passage money paid, people leaving Ireland for Australia, Canada or United States of America, 1851.

Date:
1851

Les and Daisy Chipperfield married at the Central Methodist Mission, Sydney, 1944.

Date:
1944
Courtesy:
Barry Tilley

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City of Kingston acknowledges the Kulin Nation as the custodians of the land on which the municipality is a part and pays respect to their Elders, past and present. Council is a member of the Inter Council Aboriginal Consultative Committee (ICACC).