Photographs – 20th Century

Panoramic view from the top of St George Hospital, Kogarah NSW. With permission from Kogarah Library and Cultural Services - Local History Library

Panoramic view from the top of St George Hospital, circa 1941, Kogarah NSW. (Kogarah Library and Cultural Services)

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Rocky Point Road intersection with the Princes Highway, Kogarah NSW. Photographed in June, 1937, on the corner is the Gardiner’s Arms Hotel ‘the birthplace of the Kogarah Municipality’. The hotel was demolished to build the first St George Leagues Club, which was later converted to St Joseph’s Girl’s High School/Bethany College, demolished in 2015 to build St Patrick’s Green Retirement Village. (Kogarah Library and Cultural Services)

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Princes Highway, looking south, circa 1938, Kogarah NSW. (Kogarah Library and Cultural Services)

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Princes Highway at the intersection with Jubilee Avenue, looking south, October 1937, Carlton NSW. (Kogarah Library and Cultural Services)

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Princes Highway, corner of Arthur Street, Carlton NSW. Photographed in October 1937, shown are the shops at the corner of Princes Highway and Park Road and the Kogarah Bay Post Office with the Bushells Tea sign painted upon its wall. The two-storey freestanding terrace house was replaced by a Flemings Supermarket, now a pre-school. (Kogarah Library and Cultural Services)

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Princes Highway, corner of Francis Street, Carlton NSW, looking north to Kogarah, October 1937. On the far right is the corner of landmark building “Sunnyside” 186-188 Princes Highway Beverley Park, the home built for early Mayor of Kogarah, Patrick J. Lacey, by his brother-in-law John B. Carroll, “commonly known as the Father of Kogarah” (SMH 1880s).  (Kogarah Library and Cultural Services)

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Princes Highway at Kogarah Bay/Carlton NSW, looking south with Plant Street on right, June 1937. (Kogarah Library and Cultural Services)

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Princes Highway at Carss Park/Carlton NSW, looking south, June 1937.  (Kogarah Library and Cultural Services)

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Princes Highway, corner of Carwar Avenue at Carss Park, looking north towards Kogarah NSW, circa 1938. Note the newly built extra lane on the far left. (Kogarah Library and Cultural Services)

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Princes Highway at Carlton NSW, prior to reconstruction looking south west, English Street to the right, circa 1938. (Kogarah Library and Cultural Services)

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