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17 Coolum Street, Gaythorne, Queensland, AUSTRALIA
17 Coolum Street, Gaythorne, Queensland, AUSTRALIA
Residence of Colin Roy BLACKWELL
 
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67 Francis Street, Carlton, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
67 Francis Street, Carlton, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA
This is the house Oscar HARMAN owned and lived in with his family.
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND.</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND.
Name plaque on Spout Cottage
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Spout Cottage Living Room stove/fire circa 1965
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Front view of Spout Cottage.
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Spout opposite Spout Cottage.
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Spout Cottage.
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Spout Cottage.
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Spout Cottage.
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Spout Cottage
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
North East corner of Spout Cottage.
 
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<b>'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND</b>
'Spout Farm', Dowbeggin, West Yorkshire, ENGLAND
Living room at Spout Cottage
 
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<b>Pirie Street Methodist Church, Adelaide, South Australia</b>
Pirie Street Methodist Church, Adelaide, South Australia
Address: 15 Pirie Street, Adelaide, South Australia, AUSTRALIA
The Pirie Street Methodist Church, located behind the Adelaide Town Hall, was the 'cathedral church' of Methodism in the city. Built in 1850, it could seat 800 downstairs, and an additional 400 in the galleries. In 1969 Pirie Street merged with nearby Stow Congregational Church, an early step in what was to become the Uniting Church. In 1972 the church was closed and demolished to make way for the Colonel Light Centre. This drawing is based on an artwork by S.T. Gill.
 
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<b>Walter SHORT's properties in Bathurst</b>
Walter SHORT's properties in Bathurst
Walter owned 2 adjoining houses opposite the train station in Bathurst, the pair with the verandah's at front. Walter owned the properties before his first insolvency hearing in 1849.
 
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<b>Walter SHORT's properties in Bathurst</b>
Walter SHORT's properties in Bathurst
Walter owned 2 adjoining houses opposite the train station in Bathurst, the pair with the verandah's at front. Walter owned the properties before his first insolvency hearing in 1849.
 
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<b>Walter SHORT's property at Perthville</b>
Walter SHORT's property at Perthville
This is the block of land that Walter SHORT owned before his first insolvency hearing in 1849.
 
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<b>Walter SHORT's property at Perthville</b>
Walter SHORT's property at Perthville
This is the block of land that Walter SHORT owned before his first insolvency hearing in 1849.
 
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<b>Walter SHORT's shop in Bathurst</b>
Walter SHORT's shop in Bathurst
This is the building that Walter SHORT used as a shop before his second insolvency hearing in 1856.
 
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<b>Walter SHORT's shop in Bathurst</b>
Walter SHORT's shop in Bathurst
This is the building that Walter SHORT used as a shop before his second insolvency hearing in 1856.
 
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Chisenbury Priory
Chisenbury Priory
 
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Chisenbury Priory
Chisenbury Priory
 
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Chisenbury Priory
Chisenbury Priory
 
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Gosford Farm Home for Boys
Gosford Farm Home for Boys
Gosford Farm Home for Boys was a reformatory established by the Department of Public Instruction. It was officially opened in 1913 but boys lived there from 1911, as they laboured to build it. The farm home occupied a 700 acre site on Penang Mountain (Mount Penang), near Kariong. It housed boys moved from the Brush Farm Reformatory and the training vessel the Sobraon. Gosford Farm Home for Boys was transferred to the Child Welfare Department in 1923 and became the Gosford Training School.
 
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Hope Street Free Gaelic Church, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, SCOTLAND
Hope Street Free Gaelic Church, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, SCOTLAND
Last service at this church was held 21 May 1900. Church was demolished as land was absorbed and congregation compensated by railway company. Site was used for current Glasgow Central Station.
 
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LEONARD home at 101 Fry Street, Grafton circa 1940/50
LEONARD home at 101 Fry Street, Grafton circa 1940/50
The recorded address is 101 Fry Street, Grafton. But, in the 1960
 
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Long Bay Gaol
Long Bay Gaol
The Long Bay Gaol, commonly called Long Bay, is a correctional facility comprising a heritage-listed maximum and minimum security prison for males and females and a hospital to treat prisoners, psychiatric cases and remandees, located in Matraville, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA.
 
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Mittagong Farm Home for Boys
Mittagong Farm Home for Boys
Mittagong Farm Home for Boys was established at Mittagong in 1906. In accordance with the provisions of the Neglected Children and Juvenile Offenders Act, 1905 it was proclaimed as an Industrial School and Probationary Training Home for boys aged 8 to 17 on 5 June 1906. 'Delinquent' boys were sent to Mittagong from the Children's Courts, after being convicted of offences such as truanting, being uncontrollable, being neglected and wandering, breaching probation, stealing, and breaking and entering. The Farm Home was situated on the same site as the Mittagong Cottage Homes, but 'at a considerable distance'. In 1947, it became the Mittagong Training School for Boys.
 
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Old Sydney Burial Ground
Old Sydney Burial Ground
George Street looking north showing
 
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Old Sydney Burial Ground
Old Sydney Burial Ground
Detail from Sheet E1 of the 1865 Trigonometrical Survey of Sydney (City of Sydney Archives/State Records) showing the size and boundaries of the Old Sydney Burial Ground. Druitt Street runs along the bottom of the picture, Bathurst Street along the top, and George Street to the left. The building within the cemetery grounds is the wooden temporary St Andrews Church.
 
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St Marys Redcliffe
St Marys Redcliffe
An etching of St Marys Redcliffe from the North West circa 1850.
 
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Tiaro Street, Tiaro, Queensland, AUSTRALIA
Tiaro Street, Tiaro, Queensland, AUSTRALIA
Residence of Robert and Lilian BLACKWELL
 
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Vicars Woollen Mill
Vicars Woollen Mill
Photograph gathered from the State Library of New South Wales.
Persons within photograph are unknown.
 


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