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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

Private John Allnutt of Cheltenham.  Wounded in action in WW1. Later became Cr and President of the Shire of Moorabbin

Date:
1916
Courtesy:
Dorothy Allnutt

George and Josephine Allnutt  with family. Albert and John in the rear, Janet and Ella in the front. John became Councillor, President of the Shire and Mayor of the City of Moorabbin

Courtesy:
Len Allnutt

Class V group at Cheltenham State School, John Allnutt second from the right in the front row. 

Date:
1898
Courtesy:
Len Allnutt

Home of George Allnutt early pioneer of Cheltenham, on the corner of Gardenia Cres and Centre Dandenong Road.  He was the father of John Allnutt and a Mayor of Moorabbin.

Date:
1973
Courtesy:
Eric Longmuir

Memorial gate for WW1 in Mentone Park, Mentone Parade.

Date:
1928
Courtesy:
Paul Lemmon

Australian soldiers of the 5th Battalion at Mena Camp Egypt, having feet inspection.

Date:
1915
Courtesy:
Deborah McKay

Margaret and Naja Janssen in the garden at Nessway, Barry Street Mentone.

Date:
1915
Courtesy:
Deborah McKay

HMAT Orvieto at the wharf in Alexandria, troop transport ship for Australian soldiers.

Date:
1920

Private Janssen of Barry Street Mentone, of the 5th Battalion at Mena Camp in Egypt.

Date:
1916
Courtesy:
Deborah McKay

Endell Street Military Hospital Operatin Theatre.

Courtesy:
Heather Sheard

HMTS Orontes August 1916.

Drs Clifford and Vera Scantlebury in military uniform, who served as doctors in WW1.

Date:
1916
Courtesy:
Heather Sheard

St Augustine's Anglican Church Como Parade Mentone where there is a memorial to Arthur Wilson in a stained glass window.

Date:
1950
Courtesy:
Shirley M Joy

Letter from Arthur Wilson, member of 7/38 Battalion AIF, to his sister Mary.

Date:
1917
Courtesy:
Tony Wilson

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