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Dorothy and Alice Willmot in Sydney

  • NSSXA 84-99-14199
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Item is a photograph of Dorothy Willmot, "Charlo He Sr.," and Percy Willmot's mother Alice taken in Sydney during World War 1.

James MacMillan, Sydney

  • NSSXA 89-460-18655
  • Item
  • 1914-1918

Item is a photograph of James MacMillan in full uniform with rifle during World War 1. MacMillan was killed in the war. The photo was taken by C.H. Woodill in Sydney, likely prior to MacMillan's departure.

Woodill, C.H.

Sydney Academy

  • NSSXA 80-856-5036
  • Item

Item is a photograph of Sydney Academy and photographs of graduating students.

Charlotte Street, Sydney

  • NSSXA 80-858-5038
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Item is a photograph of Charlotte Street, Sydney, taken from the roof of the courthouse, Victoria Park. Shows Charlotte St., shipping pier, St. Patrick's Church and the Methodist Church.

Charlotte and Pitt Streets, Sydney

  • NSSXA 80-859-5039
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Item is a photograph of Charlotte and Pitt Streets, Sydney at the site of Toronto Dominion Bank (1980) on the South West corner of Pitt and Charlotte. Shows L. McQuarrie's shoe maker's shop.

Steel Plant location

  • NSSXA 80-861-5041b
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Item is a photograph of the site where the Sydney steel plant was eventually located. The photograph was taken from the roof of the court house in Victoria Park. On left is the original building that held the marine hospital. The Pond is the "Kentuck" Pond referred to by W.M. MacLeod in his booklet.

Anglican Rectory, Sydney

  • NSSXA 80-882-5062
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Item is a photograph of the Anglican Rectory on the corner of Esplanade and Dorchester Street.

WW1 Officers in Moxham's Castle

  • NSSXA 81-854-5934
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Item is a photograph of four medical personnel officers inside Moxham's Castle, where they were stationed during World War 1 when the castle functioned as a military hospital.

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