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Photograph - Demolition of East Central Entrance from Nicholson Street, Exhibition Building, Melbourne, 1971 Image Reg. No: MM 124076

Black & white photograph of the east central entrance to the Exhibition Building during demolition, September 1971. The northern section of the eastern annexe, including the east central entrance, was demolished between August and September 1971.

This is one of 959 photographs (or images) of the Exhibition Building collated by the Exhibition Trustees as a 10 volume pictorial history of the Exhibition Building spanning the years 1880 to 1985. The pictorial history was instigated by the centenary of the Exhibition Building in 1980 and forms part of a larger Royal Exhibition Building collection of documents, photographs, objects and research files.
A black & white silver gelatin print on a page of a photograph album. There is a printed caption below the photograph.
Description Of Content:
East central entrance to the Exhibition Building from Nicholson Street with the central part demolished. A crane is in the background and a car park with cars in the foreground.
Discipline: History
Dimensions: 191 mm (Height), 245 mm (Width)

More information

Tagged with: buildings, royal exhibition building, construction works, car parks, royal exhibition building trustees
Themes this item is part of: Images & Image Making Collection, Public Life & Institutions Collection, Royal Exhibition Building Collection
Secondary Classification: Building & Infrastructure
Tertiary Classification: eastern annexe
Inscriptions: Master Plan Stage 3 - Demolition east central entrance from Nicholson/ Street September 16th - 28th 1971./ Further stage of demolition.
Format: Photograph: Black & White
Place & Date Depicted: Royal Exhibition Building (REB), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 1971

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