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Apr

This clipping features a number of hand coloured wood engraved prints depicting views of the first theatre established at the Ballarat gold diggings in 1852. The article appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated newspaper. The gold mining camps were a harsh place to live and the establishment of amusement activities provided relief for the diggers. Theatre tickets were an expensive pastime only really available to the wealthy.

This clipping features a number of hand coloured wood engraved prints depicting views of the first theatre established at the Ballarat gold diggings in 1852. The article appeared in Frank Leslie’s Illustrated newspaper. The gold mining camps were a harsh place to live and the establishment of amusement activities provided relief for the diggers. Theatre tickets were an expensive pastime only really available to the wealthy.

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Jan

Mr. Charles Arnold and his wife in J. M. Barrie’s play ‘The Professor’s love story’, Melbourne, Victoria, 1897

Mr. Charles Arnold and his wife in J. M. Barrie’s play ‘The Professor’s love story’, Melbourne, Victoria, 1897