EAST MELBOURNE [Australia], 1837 - 1977 People, Places, Problems

By: Winston Burchett

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EAST MELBOURNE [Australia], 1837 - 1977 People, Places, Problems by Winston Burchett
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Craftsman Press, Melbourne - first edition, 1978. hardcover, 8 3/4" x 11 1/4", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Red cloth-bound landscape format boards with gold type to spine, bround endpapers, photographic frontis, 92 b&w photographs, appendices, index. East Melbourne has a rich endowment of old buildings which recall the ideals, achievements and follies of the affluent, horse-drawn society that vanished in the 1890s economic catastrophe. Today it houses State Parliament, Government offices, a cathedral, an archbishop's palace, schools, hospitals, the Melbourne Cricket Ground, and wide public gardens, all servicing an area far greater than its boundaries. Here is East Melbourne's history. Book weighs 1.5kgs packed (3.25lbs)

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