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  1. Street widening FOR

    …Petitions For – reduction in width of Harrison Street 18720914…

  2. Street widening AGAINST

    …Petitions Against – reduction in width of Harrison Street 18720914…

  3. Newly opened Section 9 files reveal: The Yarra River Baby

    …saw Sister Sprague at the home and after saying goodbye to the sisters and girls at the home Sister Sprague and another lady drove me in a motor car with the baby and a suitcase to the tram at the corner of Lygon and Albion Street, Brunswick. I went to Bourke Street on the tram. I then went with the baby to Coles and had tea. I then came to Bourke Street and got on another tram and went to Princes Bridge. “When I got back in the city from…

  4. General meeting minutes 12 Andrew Anderson Pratt 137 King Street Melbourne Ironmonger in VPRS 763 P1 Unit 1

    …General meeting minutes 12 Andrew Anderson Pratt 137 King Street Melbourne Ironmonger in VPRS 763 P1 Unit 1…

  5. Statement of Insolvency 12 Andrew Anderson Pratt 137 King Street Melbourne Ironmonger in VPRS 763 P1 Unit 1

    …Statement of Insolvency 12 Andrew Anderson Pratt 137 King Street Melbourne Ironmonger in VPRS 763 P1 Unit 1…

  6. Affidavits 12 Andrew Anderson Pratt 137 King Street Melbourne Ironmonger in VPRS 763 P1 Unit 1

    …Affidavits 12 Andrew Anderson Pratt 137 King Street Melbourne Ironmonger in VPRS 763 P1 Unit 1…

  7. PROVguide 59: Mental Health Records

    …was not until the 1880s that any distinction was made between those termed “lunatics” (people with a mental illness) and “imbeciles” and “idiots” (people with an intellectual disability). Victoria’s lunatic asylums were also used for the containment of inebriates until the late 1880s when separate licensed retreats were established. Institutions for which records are held by Public Record Office…

  8. What’s On

    …a trove of treasures can be found! Who knows what you might encounter among the 90 kilometres of records and 180 years of history in our collection? When: Check out our calendar for upcoming sessions, dates and times.Where: Victorian Archives Centre, 99 Shiel Street, North Melbourne. Cost: These tours are FREE. Registration is required. Talks We host a range of interesting talks throughout the year on special research topics related to our…

  9. PROVguide 30: Parish and Township Working Plans

    …record plans online. These PDF-format plans can be downloaded for free, but you will need to register your details and log in to access them. Select Central Plan Office Records from the main screen. Both the State Library of Victoria and the National Library of Australia are digitising their collections of Victorian parish plans that were printed and sold to the public. These printed plans have not been marked up or annotated with changes….

  10. Koorie Index of Names

    …al people have lived or visited. The index itself does not contain personal information about the people named. To see this information researchers will need to order the records concerned for viewing in Public Record Office Victoria’s reading room at the Victorian Archives Centre, North Melbourne. What records are being indexed? The KIN project is indexing records across Public Record Office Victoria’s collection that have specific…

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