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Two views of the parade and crowds at the "Centenary of Wagga Wagga" Parade, held in 1970. One image shows the Riverina Ballroom Dancing Studio's float at the intersection of Baylis and Morrow Streets; the other is of the RAAF marching at the…

A commemorative service (Anzac Day? Remembrance Day?) held at the Victory Memorial Gardens in Wagga Wagga, probably during the 1940s. Men and women in uniform line the footpaths.

88 men left Wagga Wagga on 1 December 1915 in a war recruiting campaign, calling themselves The Kangaroos. The Kangaroo March halted in Goulburn on 23 December 1915.

The marchers were given leave to take the train home to spend Christmas with…

The interior of the Wagga Wagga Drill Hall (located on the corner of Gurwood and Beckwith Streets) after having been completely destroyed by fire. The hall had been built in 1899 for the use of 'G' Company.
A few years after the fire, building firm,…
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