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B/w photo (which appears to have been cut from a magazine) of "Town Hall Ballarat East". Typed label pasted to top left corner of photo reads "Built 1861, Demolished 1948 To Be A Site Of Girl's School". Shows view to Town Hall frontage, from roadway, looking up through gardens and fence. Building behind (L.H. corner) is B. East Library. Commemorative gates to gardens are shown - lower R.H. corner. Inscription below photo reads: "Ballarat East Town Hall And Gardens, Barkly Street. The Gardens contain a fine horticultural collection well worth seeing. They are much frequented by residents and ...... Trees planted by King George V., Queen Mary, and the late Duke Of Clarence flourish therin".

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Subject Location: Ballarat, Victoria, Australia
Object Type: Photograph
Object Location: 210
Object Size: H 12.25cm x W 16.5cm
Object Condition: Appears to be magazine photo pasted to rough card which appears to have been the mounting of another larger photo. Surface of photo - scratched, edges torn. Large rusty nail holes to perimeter.