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Robyn McLeod, Labor candidate, protests about Braeside Dump site, 1998.
Date:
1998
Dr Jim Cairns and supporters with candidate Tony Ross at election rally 1974.
Date:
1974
Minister of Education, Mr Bloomfield, with Pauline Winfield at opening of library at Parkdale School. 1965.
Date:
1965
Bob Menzies, Prime Minister of Australia, at opening of Haileybury College Keysborough Campus. 1964.
Date:
1964
Mr Rossiter Assistant Minister of Education signs visitors book at Council with principals from Mordialloc High School and Mentone Girls’ High School.
Murray Porter, Minister of Local Government congratulates Bruce Rogerson of Bonbeach winning reel and line team. 1963.
Date:
1963
John Beesley third from left with helpers preparing material for Mordialloc Council Elections 1960.
Date:
1960
Poster calling for meeting to appoint managers to Moorabbin-Mordialloc District Farmers’ Common 1865.
Date:
1865
Letter from Thomas Attenborough to President of the Board of Land and Works.
Letter to Board of Lands and Works – Election of Managers Moorabbin Mordialloc Farmers’ Common.

Map showing in red the Moorabbin-Mordialloc Farmers’ Common.

The Mordialloc Creek Up-stream 1987.
Date:
1987
Courtesy:
Jack Pompei

Certificate of thanks signed by office bearers of the Unemployed Association, committee members and other individuals in the community presented to Mrs Mason.

St Patrick's Roman Catholic Church in Mentone with bell tower, c1960.

Date:
1960

School bell on the wall of the Mordialloc Primary School.

Date:
1999

Mordialloc Common School, later Mordialloc State School with teachers' residence and the staff and pupils assembled outside.  Note the school bell.

Date:
1872
Courtesy:
Moorabbin News

Grade 6 pupils Pat O'Neill and Jean Hetaraka polishing the school's historic bell at Heatherton Primary School.

Date:
1998

The 125th Anniversary  of Heatherton Primary School with school bell and Felicity Newton, Josh McKenzie, Renee McLeod and Adam Sparrow.

Date:
1995
Courtesy:
Moorabbin News

Mary Kelly at the Heatherton Carnival, in fancy dress as a nurse.  She won first prize of 10 shillings.

Date:
1921
Courtesy:
Damian Smith

Heatherton Gymkhana and Carnival Jubilee. Brian Duncan, 4, competing in the miniature turnout with Mr Vic Perry front, and Mr Ben Kelly, members of the original committee.

Date:
1965
Courtesy:
Mordialloc News

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