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Old Canberran’s Old Photos – Part 9 – The original Canberra High

By johnboy 18 March 2009 22

[First filed: March 17, 2009 @ 10:48]

This is the ninth part of a series of photographs taken by RiotACT reader Old Canberran on his Kodak Box Brownie from 1948.

This one came in with the following note:

    Canberra High School was one school I didn’t attend but I know in 1954 I was in the footy team that stopped their unbroken run of wins. It was the only high school on the north side for many years and Telopea was the only public high on the South side.

These days it’s the School of Art in the ANU.

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wishuwell 8:11 am 19 Mar 09

old canberran always looking foward to your little expo’s. By the way I have a
six-20 model C
six-20 model D (with flash attachments)
No. 2A model C me thinks US market only
AK8 Hanimex hand held wind up movie camera (I know not a Brownie but still interesting).

Mr Evil 12:12 pm 18 Mar 09

Great photo of a lovely building.

Frank Hurley took a nice selection of shots of this building in the late-1930s which can be found on the National Library website.

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