MELBOURNE CRICKET GROUND, and MODERN BOURKE STREET, Melbourne [two colour postcards]

By: Gordon De Lisle, and

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MELBOURNE CRICKET GROUND, and MODERN BOURKE STREET, Melbourne [two colour postcards] by Gordon De Lisle, and another un-named photographer
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Murfett Publishers, and Nucolorvue Productions, Australia, n.d. Both postcards are un-used and are in VERY GOOD condition. (A) 'An aerial view of the Melbourne Cricket Ground, one of the largest arenas and covered stadiums in the world. Scene of the 1956 Olympic Games,' P42163, Plastichrome, P 109, 3½" x 5½", with straight-cut edges. This is the MCG pre-Tennis Centre, pre-light-towers, pre-Gas & Fuel Towers, with railway yards to Princes Bridge. (B) 'Modern Bourke Street, looking east from Swanston Street, Melbourne, Australia,' L 79, 3½" x 5½", straight-cut edges. 'Modern' in description probably refers to late 1950s. Photo taken long before Bourke Street Mall existed; Foys Dept Store on corner; State Parliament Building on horizon.

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