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'Henry Parkes, Esq, carried in triumph to the Empire office' 1854 Media
'Government House' in the days of Governor Phillip, 1864 Media
'Good to see Greiner's cleaning up the North coast...' 1989 Media
'God bless dear Daddy who is fighting the Hun and send him Help' 1918 Media
'Foul Tongue v Dirty Linen' from Police Sketches, Bell's Life in Sydney 7 August 1847 Media
'Filthy Dog Owner' - Dog poo vigilantism, Enmore, 2001 Media
'Ferry Steamer Sunk' The Argus, November 4 1927, p 15 Media
'Dracula', Palace Theatre, Pitt Street Sydney Media
'Don't worry. He only wants to spend 400 million pounds. But watch out when he says he's going to spend 400,000 pounds.' Media
'Dobroyde', birthplace of Edward Pierson Ramsay c1900 Media
'Dante's Inferno' Ball, Paddington Town Hall 1962 Media
'Corroboree' poster from Royal gala performance, Tivoli Theatre 1954 Media
'Cooks River Cruelty' from The Police Report, Bell's Life in Sydney, 3 April 1852 Media
'Convict Theatre: A radio movie about a highway robber turned patron of the arts: Robert Sidaway', from These Walls Have Ears: The Artists, 2013 Media
'Cars Kill' King Street, Newtown 1999 Media
'But if we demolish the pub instead won't we be accused of acting against Australian tradition?' 1959 Media
'Brazil' film poster, 1946 Media
'Boy! It's good to feel safe again!' Sydney - the most dangerous R and R City for US servicemen c1969 Media
'Australian Slang' from a guide to Australia for the United States Army during World War II, 1942 Media
'Australia's World Beaters' montage including Bobby Pearce c1930s Media
'An account of the trial of Thomas Muir, Esq. younger, of Huntershill ..... August, 1793, for sedition' 1794 Media
'A portable canvas house...', in David Collins' 'An account of the English colony in New South Wales...' 1798-1802 Media
'A Family of New South Wales' from a sketch by Governor King, 1792 Media
'9 o'clock - Going to business' from 'The Hours of the Day in Sydney' September 1879 Media
'7 to 9 o'clock - Going to work' from 'The Hours of the Day in Sydney' September 1879 Media
'7 o'clock - Milk' from 'The Hours of the Day in Sydney' September 1879 Media
'6 o'clock, George Street, from 'The Hours of the Day in Sydney' September 1879 Media
'6 o'clock - Rush home' from 'The Hours of the Day in Sydney' September 1879 Media
'5 o'clock - A jump for the last boat' from 'The Hours of the Day in Sydney' September 1879 Media
'4 o'clock - Doing the block' from 'The Hours of the Day in Sydney' September 1879 Media
'3 o'clock - Bank closes', from 'The Hours of the Day in Sydney' September 1879 Media
'2 o'clock - After luncheon', from 'The Hours of the Day in Sydney' September 1879 Media
'12 to 1 o'clock - Going to lunch', from 'The Hours of the Day in Sydney' September 1879 Media
'11 o'clock - the ladies' own hour' from 'The Hours of the Day in Sydney' September 1879 Media
'10 o'clock - opening time' from 'The Hours of the Day in Sydney' September 1879 Media
Wreck of the 'Edd Lalm' [Edward Lombe] On Middle Head Fort Jackson 1834 Media
Ultimo Power House chimney, August 1898 Media
Transport Heritage Grant 2016 Contributor
St Leonards Recorder Entity
St Cyril’s Coptic Orthodox Theological College Entity
St Bernard's Catholic church Botany Entity
Reuss, Ferdinand H Jnr Contributor
Phillip Street, north of Bridge Street. Old oak tree [believed to have been planted in the first Government House garden] c1900 Media
Phillip Street, north of Bridge Street. Old oak tree [believed to have been planted in the first Government House garden] c1900 Media
May Gibbs c1925 Media
Hotel Wentworth, Lang Street, Church Hill Media
Horbury House Entity
Graves of siblings Keith and Dorothea Mackellar in the Mackellar family at Waverley Cemetery February 2018 Media
Electric train (DD S Set S15) at the second Royal National Park Station c1980 Media
Detail showing the intersection of King and Macquarie Streets from 'Plan of the town and suburbs of Sydney, August 1822' Media