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The Manse, 51 Dalhousie St, built 1911 (photo ca. 1911-1927, State Library of NSW)
St Davids Church, built 1868-69 (photo ca. 1911-1927, State Library of NSW)
Dalhousie Street, looking toward St Davids Church on left (photo ca. 1911-1927, State Library of NSW)
Haberfield Centre and Shops, looking South-East down Ramsay Street (photo ca. 1916-1925, Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW)
Haberfield Centre, looking up Ramsay Street, onto what is now Federation Plaza (photo ca. 1916-1925, Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW)
Haberfield Centre, South-West Corner of Dalhousie and Ramsay Street Intersection, (ca. 1930 Ashfield Council Archives)
Haberfield School of Arts, now Haberfield Library (ca.1920 Ashfield Council Archives)
'Dorothyville' 45 Stanton Road Haberfield (ca. 1910, Ashfield Council Archives)
Barton Avenue, looking down towards the Hawthorne Canal (photo ca. 1911-1927, State Library of NSW)
Commonwealth Savings Bank of NSW, the current location of the shut-down CBA branch on Ramsay St (photo ca. 1911-1927, State Library of NSW)
St Oswalds Community Hall, modern St Oswald's would later occupy the right of the image (photo ca. 1911-1927, courtesy State Library of NSW)
Kingston St. from Ramsay St. showing Stanton's sales office. Stanton's architect, J. Spencer-Stansfield, worked from an office at the rear. (ca. 1911 Haberfield Association Snape Collection)
Kingston Street looking south towards Deakin Ave. and Ramsay St. St David's church, which then had a spire, is visible in the background. (ca. 1911 Haberfield Association Snape Collection)
Dickson Street (ca. 1911 Haberfield Association Snape Collection)
Alt Street (ca. 1913 Haberfield Association Snape Collection)
Milton Kent's aerial views looking east over Haberfield (photo ca. 1928-1935, Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW)
Lewisham Viaduct over the Long Cove Creek (Hawthorne Canal), Dobroyd Estate begins near the right of the sketch (1864, State Library of NSW)
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