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Boy's sailor suit, 1915-25

This two-piece sailor suit was manufactured in England between 1915 and 1925. The suit comprises a long-sleeved jacket and trousers in cream wool gaberdine. The jacket has a navy blue sailor collar, trimmed with three rows of white braid, attached to the jacket with seven buttons, and a navy rayon scarf. On the left sleeve ...

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Victorian Permanent Artillery officer's helmet, 1893

This is a white cloth helmet, part of the uniform of a Victorian Permanent Artillery officer dating from 1893. It features the 1887 colonial pattern, complete with brass ball ornament, badge and chin chain. The helmet consists of six panels of white cloth with a puggaree - a scarf of silk or cotton wound around a hat or ...

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Australian army tropical service helmet, c1909

This is an Australian army tropical service helmet made in London and inscribed 1909. It is covered in khaki-coloured cloth with a rising sun badge at the front. The helmet was issused to lieutenant Edward John Gaynor, possibly during his army service before the First World War.

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Housemaid's white linen cap, c1900

This is a white linen housemaid's cap, also called a mob cap. It is circular and gathered around the face with an internal strap, also of white linen, for fastening the cap around the head. The cap is 32 cm long.

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Standard-Vacuum Refining Company, Horton spheres, Essendon, 1955

This is a 1955 black-and-white image depicting a line of men in front of a row of three Horton spheres. The men are officials from the aviation industry and the Standard-Vacuum Refining Company, and the photograph was taken in Essendon, Victoria. The spherical vessels store light hydrocarbon gases used in the production ...

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Three men in uniforms in front of house during Second World War, Moonee Ponds, 1941

This a black-and-white photograph showing two younger men and one older man in different military uniforms standing outside a family home in Moonee Ponds. The men are looking at the camera and smiling broadly. Both young men are holding cigarettes. The older man has a bag hanging from his neck, which was probably used to ...

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Soldier outside tents at Royal Park Army Camp, Parkville, c1915

This is a black-and-white photograph showing a soldier in full uniform standing in front of a row of tents at the Army Camp at Royal Park in Melbourne during the First World War.

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Serviceman with his wife in Brunswick West, 1940

This is a black-and-white photograph showing a serviceman, Donald Livermore, in uniform, holding his army slouch hat and standing with his wife, Joyce. Joyce is wearing a hat and a coat with a fox-fur collar. The couple looks unsmilingly at the camera. Donald was about to leave to fight in the Second World War.

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Serviceman holding his daughter in Brunswick West, 1940

This is a black-and-white photograph showing a serviceman, Donald Livermore, in full uniform holding his small daughter Lorraine in his arms. They are standing in front of the verandah of their home in an inner surburb of Melbourne. Livermore was about to leave to fight in the Second World War.

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Sweatshirt from Australian Olympic team uniform, 1960

This is a stained and faded green cotton sweatshirt that was part of the Australian Olympic team uniform of 1960. The garment has a zipped collar and an elastic waist. The Australian coat of arms is embroidered over the left breast with 'AUSTRALIA' sewn in blue. Embroidered below this are the Olympic rings and the text ...

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Dressing up: school [Chinese]

Explore clothes worn in China. Identify clothing items suitable for wearing to school. Follow instructions to dress a boy or girl. This learning object is one in a series of three objects. The series is also packaged as a combined learning object.

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Dressing up [Chinese]

Explore clothes worn in China to school, kung fu training or a traditional wedding. Identify clothing items suitable for each activity. Follow instructions to dress a boy or girl. This learning object is a combination of three objects in the same series.

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Dressing up: school [Indonesian]

Explore clothes worn in Indonesia. Identify clothing items suitable for wearing to school. Follow instructions to dress a boy or girl. This learning object is one in a series of three objects. The series is also packaged as a combined learning object.

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Dressing up [Indonesian]

Explore clothes worn in Indonesia to school, volleyball or a mosque. Identify clothing items suitable for each activity. Follow instructions to dress a boy or girl. This learning object is a combination of three objects in the same series.

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Dressing up: school [Japanese]

Explore clothes worn in Japan. Identify clothing items suitable for wearing to school. Follow instructions to dress a boy or girl. This learning object is a combination of three objects in the same series.

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Dressing up [Japanese]

Explore clothes worn in Japan to school, skiing or a lantern festival. Identify clothing items suitable for each activity. Follow instructions to dress a boy or girl. This learning object is a combination of three objects in the same series.

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Governor-general Sir Isaac Isaacs in ceremonial uniform, 1930

This full-length black-and-white photographic portrait is of Sir Isaac Isaacs, the ninth governor-general of Australia. The photograph was taken at the governor-general's official Sydney residence, Admiralty House, and shows Isaacs wearing the gold-laced ceremonial uniform of office complete with sword and gloves, and the ...

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Second Boer War nurses, 1899

This is a black-and-white photograph of six South Australian women. The image is mounted on green board under the heading 'PATRIOTIC NURSES FOR SOUTH AFRICA'. The women's names are Miss A B Stephenson, Miss A G Cocks, Miss M O'Shanahan, Miss E A Watts, Miss M S Bidmead and Miss A M Glenie. Taken in an Adelaide studio, the ...

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Lord Kitchener, 1916

This is a still from an 'Australasian Gazette' silent newsreel story. It shows a high angle shot of several high-ranking men in military uniforms as they stand along the edge of a ship's deck. According to Australia's National Film and Sound Archive, a label on the reverse says 'Lord Kitchener embarking on the ship which ...

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AIF troops embark at Sydney

This is silent black-and-white actuality footage of the departure of First Australian Imperial Force (1st AIF) troopships, A16 and A29, from Sydney in 1915. It shows civilians on the wharf throwing streamers to farewell troops, troops on board waving goodbye and a tugboat moving alongside.