The Greg Ritchie Negative Collection is a collection of over 3000 negatives featuring buildings and other sites in the City of Canterbury. Between 1990 and 1998 Canterbury City Council staff documented their day-to-day duties through photographs. Continue reading
The 1831 convict brinks are historically significant because Horsley House is the only Australian colonial house that can be directly related to Anglo-Indian architecture. Continue reading
This cane stripper has historical and technological significance in that it demonstrates the the hard manual labour involved in planting, cutting and loading sugar cane before mechanisation of the sugar industry, first of planting and loading sugar cane and later of harvesting the crop.
The bell is historically significant as evidence of the changing agricultural practices in the Liverpool area after 1850. Continue reading
The wood staved pipe has historical value as evidence of the development of water supply technologies and the introduction of essential infrastructure to Sydney suburbs. Continue reading
Discover the 1865 painting of the entrance to Port Jackson titled Sydney Heads by German artist Eugene von Guérard. Continue reading