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Photographic postcard showing the Wesleyan Church, on the corner of Johnston and Tarcutta Streets, addressed to Mrs Melvin. This church was officially opened in October 1949.

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A hand-coloured photographic postcard addressed to Nurse Melvin. The photograph shows Baylis Street around 1900. The photographer is facing south, standing at the corner of Baylis and Morrow Streets.

This postcard is part of a series by the Crown…

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A hand-coloured photographic postcard showing the Wagga Wagga Post Office in Fitzmaurice Street around 1900.

This postcard is part of a series, presumably by a photographer identified as F.P.H. [Hobbs?]. This particular postcard is labelled: "418.…

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A hand-coloured photographic postcard addressed to Miss K Melvin. The photograph shows Gurwood Street around 1900. The photographer is facing west, standing on the verandah or roof of The Commerical Hotel in Fitzmaurice Street.

This postcard is…

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A hand-coloured photographic postcard addressed to Nurse Melvin. The photograph shows Fitzmaurice Street around 1900. The photographer is facing south, with the photograph including the Gurwood Street corner.

This postcard is part of a series,…

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The business of Morrison and Daley on the corner of Fitzmaurice and Gurwood Streets.

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Wollundry Lagoon suffering from drought. The photograph is taken from the west side near the Town Hall Garden.

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This photograph depicts some kind of event outside the Wagga Wagga High School on the corner of Macleay and Coleman Street. There is a crowd gathered outside the building which is festooned with Australian flags and Union Jacks.
The building was…

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The Wagga Wagga District Hospital on the corner of Edward and Albury Street (now Docker Street) soon after its construction. The building's official opening was held on 7 September 1910.

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A view of the viaduct railway bridge that spans the Murrumbidgee River at Wagga Wagga.

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A view of the Wagga Wagga Company Bridge from the west bank of the Murrumbidgee River.

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A photograph of a large dust storm at Narrandera on 2 February 1903, titled 'A Phenomenal Dust "Storm"', taken by Carl Dugdale, photographer at Narrandera.

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View of the Wagga Wagga Bathing Beach from the North Wagga side of the river, featuring the finish of the race called "Across the River - Fully Clothed".

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One of the Wagga town bands on parade, down Fitzmaurice Street during the 1880s or 1890s. The photograph was taken at the corner of Fitzmaurice and Kincaid Streets, also known as Crown Corner.

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This photograph was taken after one of the very rare snowfalls in Wagga Wagga, possibly in 1899. The location is most likely to be Newtown Park, now known as Collins Park.

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This photograph was taken in 1899 after one of the very rare snowfalls in Wagga Wagga. The photograph shows one of the gateways within Newtown Park, now known as Collins Park, covered in snow.

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This photograph was taken in 1899 after one of the very rare snowfalls in Wagga Wagga. The photographer is standing on the Wollundry Lagoon Bridge, facing south down Baylis Street.

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Photograph of five rollerskaters dressed for the White Night Carnival at the Wagga Olympia Roller Skating Rink in Kincaid Street on 31 May 1910.

The rollerskaters took part in a costume competition as a team called "Winter".

Pictured in the…

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Photograph shows a large group of girls in the Murrumbidgee River taking part in 'The Learn to Swim' campaign at Wagga Wagga Beach.

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Image of a posed group of twenty-four male swimmers at Wagga Wagga Beach, possibly part of the lifesaving club.
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