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Splendid fellows

This is a photograph taken during the filming of the 1934 Australian movie 'Splendid fellows'. The photograph shows four members of the cast: from left, Frank Bradley (playing Jim McBride); Eric Coleman (playing the Reverend Arthur Stanhope); Frank Leighton (playing the Honourable Hubert Montmorency Ralston) and Leo Franklin ...


Charles Kingsford Smith and Charles Ulm

This is a close-up photograph of the famous Australian pilots Charles Kingsford Smith (on the left) and Charles Ulm. It was taken in 1930.


Vietnamese tram workers, 1979

This is a black-and-white photograph taken on 17 July 1979 at the Kew depot of the Melbourne and Metropolitan Tramways Board (MMTB), showing five MMTB employees who are posing for a photograph to accompany a magazine article. The man holding the rope leading to a trolley pole on the roof of the tram is Mr Vin Hurley, a ...


Hinkler with his Avro Avian aircraft, 1928

This is a black-and-white photograph of Bert Hinkler folding the wings of his Avro Avian biplane at York Park in Canberra, where he attended a formal reception at Parliament House following his record-breaking solo flight from London to Darwin in 1928. A small crowd, mainly men and boys, watches from behind a white picket fence.


Charles Kingsford Smith's application for a pilot's licence, 1921

This is the front and back of an application form for a commercial pilot’s licence submitted by pioneer Australian aviator Sir Charles Kingsford Smith in 1921. The front of the form shows handwritten details of Kingsford Smith’s name, nationality, parents’ nationality, marital status, address, pilot qualifications, commercial ...


Bert Ive, c1930s - part 2 of 2

This is a black-and-white photograph of a pilot seated in the cockpit of a Tiger Moth aeroplane, with pioneer Australian cinematographer Bert Ive standing behind him. Ive is holding a Debrie 35-mm camera, which is strapped to the gun-turret of the plane. He is wearing a leather outfit, facemask and goggles for flying in ...