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Father Bracken parish priest of Our Lady of Assumption Roman Catholic Church, Centre Dandenong Road Cheltenham.

Date:
1965
Courtesy:
Moorabbin News

Father G Quilter parish priest of St Agnes Catholic Church Highett with some young parishioners.

Date:
1962
Courtesy:
Moorabbin News

Entry of Patterson River into Port Phillip Bay, 2015.

Date:
2015

Patterson River after Melbourne's heaviest downpour since 1952.

Date:
1974

Erosion on the banks of the Patterson River, 1974.

Date:
1974
Courtesy:
Moorabbin News

Patterson River Carrum, north bank looking towards the mouth which is narrowed with silt.

Date:
1965

Aerial view of the mouth of the Patterson River as it enters Port Phillip Bay, 1978.

Date:
1978
Creator:
Barry Arnold

Pompei boat sculpture , Nepean Highway adjacent to bridge over Mordialloc Creek.  Sculptor Julie Squires.

Date:
2010
Courtesy:
Noel Bills

The City of Mordialloc Baby Health Centre in Parkdale, 1976.

Date:
1976
Courtesy:
City of Kingston

Sketch plan of the Parkdale Maternal and Child Health Centre in Como Parade Parkdale, 2009.

Date:
2009
Courtesy:
City of Kingston

Sister weighing a baby at the Parkdale Health Centre in Como Parade Parkdale, 1962.

Date:
1962
Courtesy:
Mordialloc News

Cr. James Blanche City of Mordialloc.

Infant Welfare Centre Como Parade West in Parkdale, 1930.

Date:
1930

Mordialloc Creek with moored boats, looking towards Railway Bridge. Pompei's landing for his boat hire business, 2016.

Creator:
Joe Astbury

Concrete Mordialloc bridge, the Bridge Hotel in background, c1920.

Date:
1920

The old wooden bridge over the Mordialloc Creek, Bridge Hotel on the right, c1918.

Date:
1918

Parkdale Shopping Centre on Como Parade West with pedestrian crossing, 1997.

Date:
1997
Courtesy:
John Madge

Unmade street in Parkdale, 1964.

Courtesy:
Mordialloc News

Winter Garden Parkers Road Parkdale, local picture theatre, now the Shirley Burke Theatre, c1930.

Date:
1930

Californian bungalow with wire mesh fence in Parkdale, c1932.

Date:
1932
Courtesy:
Elizabeth Williams

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