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Kent Street, north end c1905 Media
Advertisement in the Sydney Gazette for Underwood's Yard 4 September 1803 Media
Detail showing Macquarie Street from Sheilds' plan of Sydney 1845 Media
Detail showing the area around the mouth of the Tank Stream from panoramic view of Sydney 1829 Media
Detail from Meehan's Plan of Sydney showing developments around Sydney Cove 1807 Media
City of Sydney – Survey Plans, 1833: Section 47 Media
Repairs being undertaken to the St James parsonage on Macquarie Street 1886 Media
Eight Hour Procession along Macquarie Street 15 October 1888 Media
Eight Hour Procession along Macquarie Street 3 October 1887 Media
To be let or sold.... that capital newly-erected stone-built dwelling house and premises, situate the corner of Macquarie Street 7 April 1820 Media
Street signalling equipment: one of the new electromatic traffic signals which has been erected at the intersection of Kent and Market Streets October 1933 Media
Traffic lights at the intersection of Kent and Market Streets flashing the 'Go' signal by colored lights when put into action on 13 October 1933 Media
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Traffic (Mr Bruxner) turning the key to set the new automatic traffic lights at the intersection of Kent and Market Streets in action 13 October 1933 Media
Old St James parsonage on the corner of King and Macquarie Streets c1845 Media
Detail showing corner of Macquarie and King Streets from City of Sydney Survey Plans, 1833 Media
Detail showing the intersection of King and Macquarie Streets from 'Plan of the town and suburbs of Sydney, August 1822' Media
History House, 133 Macquarie Street c1989 Media
New offices of the Sydney Morning Herald, N.S. Wales 1856 Media
Sydney Morning Herald building construction c1924 Media
New offices for the Sydney Morning Herald 1924 Media
Tally board with the results of the 1901 Australian federal election outside the Sydney Morning Herald building on the corner of Pitt and Hunter Streets, March 1901 Media
New offices of "The Sydney Morning Herald," New South Wales c1856 Media
Plan of the Botanic Garden, Sydney 1838 Media
Plan of the Botanic Garden 1871 Media
Detail showing gardens and nursery and Macquarie Wall from 'Plan of Governors Demesne Land, surveyed in the year 1816' Media
All that glittered was not gold: The change in the life of Shirley Beiger, November 1954 Media
Police arrive with exhibits at Coroner's Court for inquest into death of Arthur Griffith, September 1954 Media
Moments in life of a model: Shirley Beiger 1954 Media
Arthur Griffith c1954 Media
Blonde model weeps at inquest September 1954 Media
Trinity Hall of the Garrison Church at the Rocks c1930s Media
Caraher Stairs running from Lower Fort Street up to Princes Street, Millers Point 1924 Media
Veronica House, Lower Fort Street, Millers Point: Caraher Stairs run up beside it 1924 Media
Woodford Estate, Longueville Wharf, Lane Cove River 1883 Media
Sydney Cove, Port Jackson March 1788 Media
Bent St showing old Government Printing Office [Emigrant Barracks] and the Library 1842 Media
Macquarie Street 1845 Media
Shirley Beiger arrives at the Coroner's Court for the inquest into the death of Arthur Griffith, 7 September 1954 Media
Barrister John H McClemens, KC c1945 Media
Gill Bowen Daniels outside the Coroner's Court, September 1954 Media
Model Shirley Beiger on the cover of PIX 28 April 1951 Media
Detail showing the Botany Reservoir from the 'Plan of the Botany and Lachlan Watersheds' 1875 Media
Refugees arriving in Sydney on the Orontes 29 June 1939 Media
Looking south down Dixon Street, October 1950 Media
Finding a flat, Kings Cross, March 1940 Media
Rachel Forster Hospital, George Street, Redfern 15 June 1938 Media
Women pilots Florence (Bobby) Terry, Phyllis R Arnot and Freda Deaton, who took part in Amy Johnson's welcome to Sydney, May 1930 Media
Bronte Baths c1935 Media
Funeral procession for Herr Peter F Kempermann, Consul-General for Germany, passing along West Street, North Sydney 7 November 1900 Media
The Burning of the Garden Palace Sydney, September 22, 1882, as seen from Macquarie Street Media