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Transcript: Mr Peter Granville-Smith recalls his family singing in the little Union Church Hoxton Park
Florence Holloway's Obstetric Nursing certificate from the Royal Hospital for Women, 18 February 1908
James Puckeridge, Limeburner of Botany, and his wife Jane with family members at 93 Baxter Road, Mascot c1913
Migrants from Rotterdam travelling under the Australian-Netherlands Migration Agreement, Sydney airport 1960
Philip Gidley and Anna Josepha King, and their children Elizabeth, Anna Maria and Phillip Parker 1799
Robert Louis Stevenson with his mother, wife and step-daughter at their temporary residence, Darlinghurst, January 1893
Rules & regulations for the management of the Aborigines, or, Black Native Institution of New South Wales, established at Parramatta, on the 18th of January, 1815.
Spanish migrants, the Soriano and Alarcon families, join for a meal at the Villawood Migrant Hostel 1963
The Smith brothers and friends on their fishing boat, the Pastime, preparing for a leisurely sail on the Bay c1935
William Roberts, an original Anzac, and his family evicted from their Redfern home during the Depression 28 September 1934
Mr Peter Granville-Smith talks about the Hoxton Park Union Church and his family singing there c1920s, interviewed in 1986
Mrs Edith Fitzpatrick recalls the Sydney Water Board cottage of her childhood in the early 20th century, interviewed 1986