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Small & Edwards Estate Agents on Como Parade Parkdale with Norman Thomas on the left and Geoff Connard, c1930.

Date:
1930
Courtesy:
Elaine Round

Early melbourne with ships on the Yarra and the city in the background, c1855.

Date:
1855

Aerial view of Cheltenham Highett 1954. Land shown in blue was purchased by Charles Smith in 1852 and subsequently sub-divided and sold to William Garfield, Robert Googe, Thomas Pender, Chas Everall, Patrick Corrigan and Archibald Nesbitt. Courtesy, Registrar of Titles, Victoria.

Date:
1954

Dredging the mouth of the Patterson River. Cr Maurie Portingale and Colin Hay engineer with the Dandenong Valley Authority checking progress.

Date:
1983

Inaugural meeting of the Patterson River Dredging Advisory Committee. From Left Cr Tony Lack, mayor Cr Bill Revill, Mal Sandon and Public Works Minister Jack Simpson at Chelsea Council Chambers, 1983.

Date:
1983
Creator:
Bruce Dinan

A dredge working from the mouth of the Patterson River, pumping and on to the beach.

Date:
1977

Erosion on the banks of the Patterson River, 1974.

Date:
1974
Courtesy:
Moorabbin News

Mouth of Patterson River with sand bars, 1962.

Date:
1962

Dredging at the Patterson River, 1978.

Date:
1978

8 Commercial Road, Prahran, c1998.

Date:
1998

Possible wedding photograph of Clyde Hoffman and Maggie Duff, 1917. Courtesy Ancestry Website.

Cheltenham Court House, 1979.

Date:
1979

Mentone Recreation Reserve from Kilbreda Tower.

Date:
1928
Creator:
Ken Lemmon

Merriegum, c1963.

Date:
1963
Courtesy:
Tony Mussert

Merriegum, Centre Dandenong Road, c1949.  Watercolour painted by a young female TB patient.  She slept on the front porch.

Date:
1949
Courtesy:
Tony Mussert

The home of Bluejays, St Chad’s Baseball Club, 2020.

Date:
2020

Aerial view of Chelsea showing the future location of Bicentennial Park, c1950.

Date:
1950

Blue train play equipment Bicentennial park, 2020.

Date:
2020
Creator:
Joe Astbury

Yellow slide at Bicentennial park, 2020.

Date:
2020
Creator:
Joe Astbury

Bicentennial Park, 2020.

Date:
2020
Creator:
Joe Astbury
Courtesy:
City of Kingston

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