These books are presented with over 120 photographs and 30,000 words of text describing the aboriginal history, white settlement, development and growth of your city, shire or suburb. They bring back many memories of places changes ... or gone altogether.
Pictorial History Eastern Suburbs
This popular history has been updated and expanded with many new historic photographs. Covering the history of the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, from Darling Point to Coogee and including Double Bay, Woollahra, Rose Bay, Vaucluse, Nielsen Park, Bondi, Bondi Junction and Waverley. more
Pictorial History Hawkesbury
In the Hawkesbury history suburbs extending from Bilpin, Colo, Ebenezer, Kurrajong, Mount Tomah, Richmond, Windsor and Wiseman's Ferry are represented in a wide range of black and white photographs. The book includes the historic areas of Cattai, Riverstone, Londonderry and Yarramundi. more
Pictorial History The Hills District
This is the first book to cover the history of the whole shire and it contains 220 black and white photographs of the area.
All the suburbs and localities are covered with detailed history of first white settlement in 1791. The biggest shire of Sydney, reaching from Wisemans Ferry to West Pennant Hills. more
Pictorial History Holroyd
Holroyd covers the suburbs of Girraween, Greystanes, Guildford, Mays Hill, Merrylands, Pemulwuy, Pendle Hill, Prospect, Smithfield, Toongabbie, Wentworthville, Westmead, Woodpark, Yennora. Includes the history of the area from the Aboriginal history and earliest days of European settlement.
Pictorial History HornsbyThe suburbs extending from Brooklyn to Castle Hill, Dural to Epping, Pennant Hills to Mt Colah, Mt Kuring-gai to Wisemans Ferry and Berowra are all explored in a range of black and white photographs. The book is a fascinating overview of the history of the area from Aboriginal to modern times. more
Pictorial History Hunters Hill
This book has stunning photographs and covers the suburbs of Hunters Hill, Woolwich, part of Gladesville, Boronia Park, Henley and Huntleys Point. The loveliness of the suburb's setting has attracted a variety of photographers who have captured sthe unique nature of French settlement. more
Currently out of print.
Pictorial History Kings Cross
Once known as Woolloomooloo Hill, Kings Cross was home to Sydney's nineteenth century elite who built grand mansions along the ridge to enjoy sea breezes, a wonderful view and access to the city. Some later became home to the bohemia who were moving to the Cross to enjoy the vivacity and night life. more
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