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Harold Cazneaux 1932

Harold Cazneaux (New Zealand, Australia Mail time Alternative title: Mail time, GPO, Sydney circa 1932 gelatin silver photograph

Early American Settlers 1800 | Early Australian Wattle-and-daub buildings.

Early Australian settlers bush huts and homes

The Old Burial Ground (now occupied by the Sydney Town Hall) was used between September 1792 and 1820, when it officially closed. Its replacement was the Sandhills Cemetery (Devonshire Street Cemetery), which later became the site of Central Railway Station. By the 1840s there were concerns about overcrowding and over the next twenty years a number of alternative locations were considered. In 1862 the government purchased 200 acres of land 'near Homebush on the Railway Line

Devonshire Street Cemetery, Also known as Sandhills Cemetery. All these graves had to be relocated to allow for the expansion of the Sydney Railway Station.

A Surry Hills alleyway, 1911, Harold Cazneaux. (1878 - 1953)

Once a slum immortalised in The Harp in the South by Ruth Park. Now achingly trendy. Great architecture, tree lined streets and marvellous boutiques. An image of A Surry Hills alleyway by Harold Cazneaux, 1911

Cazneaux, Harold, 1878-1953. Lighting up (gaslight), Albion Street, Surry Hills, N.S.W., 1906

Harold Cazneaux Lighting up” Albion Street, Surry Hills 1906

Harold Cazneaux (1878 - 1953) was an Australian pictorialist photographer; a pioneer whose style had an indelible impact on the development of Australian ph

Harold Cazneaux - was an Australian pictorialist photographer; a pioneer whose style had an indelible impact on the development of Australian ph

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