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Geelong & Barwon Heads Motor Service and Royal Mail delivery van, c.1925

Female driver and passenger in a motor vehicle outside a residence. The delivery van has canvas sides and is possibly towing a canvas covered trailer. Signage is 'Geelong & Barwon Heads Motor Service' along the side of the roof, and 'Royal Mail Barwon Heads' across the front of the roof. The vehicle is on a road in front of a weatherboard house with a picket fence. Large trees are in the background.

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Potter's Photo Stores advertising photograph, c.1927

Photograph with text in lower right corner 'The Duke and Duchess of York at Richmond Horse Show, print on Wellington'. Below photograph is a drawing of a film cannister with text "Developing and Printing. The reliable service, Potter's photo stores, Ryrie Street Geelong." Man pictured with The Duke and Duchess of York is Mr. Romer Williams , Vice President of the Show at Richmond.

Walton

Man inside vehicle, c.1940

Chevrolet truck with male driver parked below sign of building believed to be J.McCann & Son ; lime, cement and stone merchants. Signage above the warehouse reads: Head Office 12 Moray St. Sth. Melb. Phones Cent 800-801, Glenhuntly Rd. Phone. U5812, Box Hill 1129. Branch No.2.

Walton

Geelong City Junior Band, c.1913

Geelong City Junior Band members with their instruments in front of grandstand. Thirty nine males are seated and standing dressed in dark suits and hats holding trumpets, trombones and tubas with two large drums in the foreground. Many people are seated and standing in the grandstand in the background. Photographer W. H. Watts.

Walton

Family photo, Telford, c.1925

Photo taken in front of house with family in the garden. Father, seated, Mother, right, and three daughters. Back of photo: Handwritten letter from Telford, dated 12/3/1926, to Isabella Cole from her niece, Minnie. Letter includes information on 'terribly dry' conditions 'up here' and the death of a jersey heifer.

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