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Alan Marshall

George LukeUUUU
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Scope and content: Alan Marshall was an Australian writer, story teller, social documenter and author of 'I Can Jump Puddles'. He was born at Noorat, Victoria, on 2 May 1902. For many years, Marshall lived in Sandringham. A bronze bust dedicated to him stands outside the Sandringham Library in...
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Alan Marshall

Lubeck, Mrs N.UUUU
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Scope and content: Alan Marshall was an Australian writer, story teller, social documenter and author of 'I Can Jump Puddles'. He was born at Noorat, Victoria, on 2 May 1902. For many years, Marshall lived in Sandringham. A bronze bust dedicated to him stands outside the Sandringham Library in...
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Beach scene

Traill, Jessie Constance Alicia 1881-1967UUUU
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Scope and content: Jessie Constance Alicia Traill (1881-1967), artist, was born on 29 July 1881 at Brighton, Victoria. Around the turn of the century Traill painted with John Mather at the Austral Art School, and a few years later took etching lessons with Mather. In 1907 she studied etching in...
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Borough of Brighton

Borough of BrightonUUUU
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Scope and content: The Greater Brighton Road District was constituted in 1858. In late 1858, after receiving two petitions, the Government proclaimed the Municipality of Brighton. The municipal status grew as Brighton changed from a seaside town to an outer suburb. It was proclaimed a Borough in ...
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List view record 6: Brighton DevastatedList view anchor tag for record 6: Brighton Devastated
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Brighton Devastated

Brighton Southern CrossUUUU
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Scope and content: At about 4.50pm on 2 February 1918, the so-called 'Brighton Cyclone' struck Brighton. Two tornadoes, followed five minutes later by a third, hit the Bayside suburb with great destruction. With speeds estimated at 320 kmh, the Brighton tornado is possibly the most intense tornad...
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List view record 8: Bush TrackList view anchor tag for record 8: Bush Track
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Bush Track

Baskerville, Margaret 1861-1930UUUU
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Scope and content: Margaret Francis Ellen Baskerville (1861-1930), sculptor, was born on 14 September 1861 at North Melbourne, eldest child of Edgar Arthur Baskerville, ironmonger, and his wife Sarah Francis, nÚe Moseley. Margaret Baskerville studied design, painting and sculpture at the Nationa...
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List view record 10: A Cornish RockList view anchor tag for record 10: A Cornish Rock
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A Cornish Rock

Richardson, Charles Douglas 1853 - 1932UUUU
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Scope and content: C.D. Richardson was the son of an academic portrait and figure painter whose family emigrated to Portland, Victoria in 1858. He trained as a painter and sculptor in Melbourne and then later at the Royal Academy of Arts in London where he was known by the nickname æThe Bushrang...
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End of summer

Richardson, Charles Douglas 1853 - 1932UUUU
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Scope and content: C.D. Richardson was the son of an academic portrait and figure painter whose family emigrated to Portland, Victoria in 1858. He trained as a painter and sculptor in Melbourne and then later at the Royal Academy of Arts in London where he was known by the nickname æThe Bushrang...
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Hampstead Heath

Richardson, Charles Douglas 1853 - 1932UUUU
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Scope and content: C.D. Richardson was the son of an academic portrait and figure painter whose family emigrated to Portland, Victoria in 1858. He trained as a painter and sculptor in Melbourne and then later at the Royal Academy of Arts in London where he was known by the nickname æThe Bushrang...
List view record 13: Land Sale, Marriage Park, 1883List view anchor tag for record 13: Land Sale, Marriage Park, 1883
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Land Sale, Marriage Park, 1883

Maker unknownUUUU
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Scope and content: Between 1880 and 1889 Melbourne underwent an extraordinary boom in real estate prices and land speculation and Brighton underwent most of its expansion during this period. In 1880, there were 870 houses and almost 5,000 residents. Ten years later this had increased to 2,110 ho...
List view record 14: Mayoral BadgeList view anchor tag for record 14: Mayoral Badge
List view record 15: Moorabbin, County of Bourke and Moorabbin, Government RoadsList view anchor tag for record 15: Moorabbin, County of Bourke and Moorabbin, Government Roads
List view record 16: Pathway of IgnoranceList view anchor tag for record 16: Pathway of Ignorance
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Pathway of Ignorance

Richardson, Charles Douglas 1853 - 1932UUUU
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Scope and content: C.D. Richardson was the son of an academic portrait and figure painter whose family emigrated to Portland, Victoria in 1858. He trained as a painter and sculptor in Melbourne and then later at the Royal Academy of Arts in London where he was known by the nickname æThe Bushrang...
List view record 17: A quiet pool. On the Thames at Cookham 1882List view anchor tag for record 17: A quiet pool. On the Thames at Cookham 1882
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A quiet pool. On the Thames at Cookham 1882

Richardson, Charles Douglas 1853 - 1932UUUU
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Scope and content: C.D. Richardson was the son of an academic portrait and figure painter whose family emigrated to Portland, Victoria in 1858. He trained as a painter and sculptor in Melbourne and then later at the Royal Academy of Arts in London where he was known by the nickname æThe Bushrang...
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The Rainbow at Cheltenham

Richardson, Charles Douglas 1853 - 1932UUUU
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Scope and content: C.D. Richardson was the son of an academic portrait and figure painter whose family emigrated to Portland, Victoria in 1858. He trained as a painter and sculptor in Melbourne and then later at the Royal Academy of Arts in London where he was known by the nickname æThe Bushrang...
List view record 19: Seal Press - City of SandringhamList view anchor tag for record 19: Seal Press - City of Sandringham
List view record 20: Sir Thomas BentList view anchor tag for record 20: Sir Thomas Bent
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Sir Thomas Bent

Sir Thomas BentUUUU
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Scope and content: Sir Thomas Bent (1838-1909), politician and land speculator, was born on 7 December 1838 at Penrith, New South Wales, the eldest of four sons and two daughters of James Bent, hotel-keeper, and his wife Maria, nÚe Tomey BentÆs connection with the municipality began in 1861, wh...
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Teapot

Maker unknownUUUU
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Scope and content: In 1983, local resident Edmund James Wright Albury bequeathed his eclectic collection of 150 teapots to Brighton Council, alongside a 'teapot diary' which described each of the teapots in great detail. As an introduction to his diary, Edmund wrote: "Tea, the drink that stimul...
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Teapot

Maker unknownUUUU
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Scope and content: In 1983, local resident Edmund James Wright Albury bequeathed his eclectic collection of 150 teapots to Brighton Council, alongside a 'teapot diary' which described each of the teapots in great detail. As an introduction to his diary, Edmund wrote: "Tea, the drink that stimul...
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Teapot

MasseysUUUU
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Scope and content: In 1983, local resident Edmund James Wright Albury bequeathed his eclectic collection of 150 teapots to Brighton Council, alongside a 'teapot diary' which described each of the teapots in great detail. As an introduction to his diary, Edmund wrote: "Tea, the drink that stimul...
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Teapot

Maker unknownUUUU
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Scope and content: In 1983, local resident Edmund James Wright Albury bequeathed his eclectic collection of 150 teapots to Brighton Council, alongside a 'teapot diary' which described each of the teapots in great detail. As an introduction to his diary, Edmund wrote: "Tea, the drink that stimul...
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Teapot

Maker unknownUUUU
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Scope and content: In 1983, local resident Edmund James Wright Albury bequeathed his eclectic collection of 150 teapots to Brighton Council, alongside a 'teapot diary' which described each of the teapots in great detail. As an introduction to his diary, Edmund wrote: "Tea, the drink that stimul...
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Teapot

GossUUUU
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Scope and content: In 1983, local resident Edmund James Wright Albury bequeathed his eclectic collection of 150 teapots to Brighton Council, alongside a 'teapot diary' which described each of the teapots in great detail. As an introduction to his diary, Edmund wrote: "Tea, the drink that stimul...
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Teapot

Maker unknownUUUU
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Scope and content: In 1983, local resident Edmund James Wright Albury bequeathed his eclectic collection of 150 teapots to Brighton Council, alongside a 'teapot diary' which described each of the teapots in great detail. As an introduction to his diary, Edmund wrote: "Tea, the drink that stimul...
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Teapot

MikasaUUUU
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Scope and content: In 1983, local resident Edmund James Wright Albury bequeathed his eclectic collection of 150 teapots to Brighton Council, alongside a 'teapot diary' which described each of the teapots in great detail. As an introduction to his diary, Edmund wrote: "Tea, the drink that stimul...
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Teapot

BelleekUUUU
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Scope and content: In 1983, local resident Edmund James Wright Albury bequeathed his eclectic collection of 150 teapots to Brighton Council, alongside a 'teapot diary' which described each of the teapots in great detail. As an introduction to his diary, Edmund wrote: "Tea, the drink that stimul...
List view record 8: Bush Track

Bush Track

Baskerville, Margaret 1861-...UUUU
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