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The east side of George Street, Sydney, looking south from the King Street intersection. Charles Bayliss 1850 - 1897

The east side of George Street, Sydney, looking south from the King Street intersection. Charles Bayliss 1850 - 1897

The former Pyrmont Arms Hotel – Photo taken in 1914: Two-storey split level rendered and painted sandstone and corrugated iron roof building in final stages of demolition. Near the entrance, over which hangs an ornamental gaslamp, is a sign 'Temporary Bar'. In the roughly tarred roadway a group of children play. Photo courtesy of City of Sydney Archives.   **

The former Pyrmont Arms Hotel – Photo taken in 1914: Two-storey split level rendered and painted sandstone and corrugated iron roof building in final stages of demolition. Near the entrance, over which hangs an ornamental gaslamp, is a sign 'Temporary Bar'. In the roughly tarred roadway a group of children play. Photo courtesy of City of Sydney Archives. **

George Street in 1920. The ladies are in their hats, gloves and long sleeves - can you believe it's January in this photo? sydney #cityofsydneyarchives #history #archives

George Street in 1920. The ladies are in their hats, gloves and long sleeves - can you believe it's January in this photo? sydney #cityofsydneyarchives #history #archives

Erected during WW1, Balmain’s Unity Square was renamed Loyalty Square at a ceremony on April 24, 1916. The memorial drinking fountain, featuring the words ‘Peace, Honour, Empire, Liberty’ recorded the names of 38 Balmain men who lost their lives at Gallipoli.   [Trove - Leichhardt Library Service]

Erected during WW1, Balmain’s Unity Square was renamed Loyalty Square at a ceremony on April 24, 1916. The memorial drinking fountain, featuring the words ‘Peace, Honour, Empire, Liberty’ recorded the names of 38 Balmain men who lost their lives at Gallipoli. [Trove - Leichhardt Library Service]

Scots Presbyterian Church on the corner of York and Jamison Sts, Sydney 1926 > 2016. [City of Sydney Archive > Sandro Bell. By Sandro Bell]

Scots Presbyterian Church on the corner of York and Jamison Sts, Sydney 1926 > 2016. [City of Sydney Archive > Sandro Bell. By Sandro Bell]

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