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(Gallery of 35 Items)
A man holds a tea cup in one hand and a tea tray in the other.
Side of the pool. The Water Dwellers, 1967.
Coffee and tea set. When It Comes to People, 1968.
Street view. Human Face of China, 1979.
Man and woman at the races. The Case for Books,1966.
Parliament House, Melbourne. Life in Australia Series: Melbourne, 1966.
Boy outside the employment office. When It Comes to People, 1968.
Dining time. When It Comes to People, 1968.
Rabbit costume. When It Comes to People, 1968.
Three young people stand talking outside a shop's display window
Models and a camera. Case for Books, The. 1966.
Lunch in the park. Life in Australia Series: Melbourne. 1966.
Behind the scenes. Hector and Milly Save Uncle Tom, 1973.
Plane and skiis. From the Tropics to the Snow, 1964.
Close up. Hector and Milly Save Uncle Tom, 1973.
R.M.S Oriana in Sydney. From the Tropics to the Snow, 1964.
Hayman Island, Queensland. From the Tropics to the Snow
Sunbathing by the pool. From the Tropics to the Snow, 1964.
Woman standing outside a clothing store. From the Tropics to the Snow, 1964.
Ski slopes. From the Tropics to the Snow
Hotel view. From the Tropics to the Snow, 1964.
Taxi 283. Taxi, 1972.
Wedding Taxi. Taxi, 1972
A group of men wait in line for lunch in a workplace canteen.
A young woman hugs a seated man from behind in an office setting.
Close up of a young girl feeding a lamb with a baby's bottle
Bride in Veil. Melbourne Wedding Belle, 1954.
Coles storefront, Bourke Street. Melbourne: Olympic City, 1955.
Argus children's Christmas Party. Melbourne: Olympic City
Walkway and street view. From the Tropics to the Snow, 1964.
Posing by the pool. Will the Great Barrier Reef Cure Claude Clough?, 1967.
A woman in a bikini embraces a man dressed in a captain's hat.
A man in a wetsuit is 'hooked' by a woman carrying a fishing rod.
Bert Ive in a Havilland aircraft. Cinema and Photographic Branch, 1920s
Red car in tunnel. Australia Game, 1978.
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