Polished chrome clock with engraved plaque below.
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Polished chrome clock with engraved plaque below.
Black framed Scout Scarf mounted on boardwith collage set in window mount with printed text. Panel below
Black framed green scarf with with trim mounted on board decorated with collage set in window with with cookatoo with printed text panel below
Ceramic outdoor sculpture featuring 15 clay pipe forms of various heights and designs. Decorated with a range of diferent designs and paint slips. Water pumped through each pipe to make a waterfeature in the council garden.
Framed embroidery from the Jinshan Peasant Painting Academy. Features a group of blue and white ducks tied and hanging by legs from a central pole forming a fan shape. Set in blue and red card window mount with gold painted frame.
Brass plaque commemorating the opening of the Foster Hall in memory of those who died in war. Hall opened 12th November 1966 by the Govenor of Victoria. Plaque features raised text; fixed to brown wood mount.
Mounted timber honour board. Features gold inscriptions and names of soldiers who died in WWI and WW2. Light coloured wood board with darker wood edging.
Framed certificate featuring colour photograph of building possibly early Canberra. Set in brown wood frame with gold edge. Cream background. Text in brwon ink. Handwritten words: "Shire of Korumburra"
Framed colour photograph showing the Shire of Korumburra Officers & Councillors 1993/4. Set in brown wood frame with gold edging. Title text and names printed below
Framed colour photograph showing the Shire of Korumburra Officers & Councillors 1992/3. Set in brown textured wood grain frame with gold trim. Title text and names printed below
Framed colour photograph showing the Shir of Korumburra Officers & Councillors 1991. Set in brown wood frame with gold trim. Title text and names printed below
Framed colour photograph showing the Shire of Korumburra Officers & Councillors 1987. Set in brown wood frame with black and gold trim. Title and names printed below.
Framed colour photograph showing the Shire of Korumburra Officers & Councillors 1983. Set in brown wood frame. Titles & names in print below.
Framed colour photograph showing the Shire of Korumburra Officers & Councillors 1980. Set in cream card window mount with bronw wood frame (black trim) Painted title & names in black ink.
Framed B & W photograph showing Shire of Korumburra councillors & Officers 1972. Set in cream painted wood frame. Shire logo affixed to upper corners. Typed heading & names in black ink. Set on card backboard
Framed B & W photograph showing Shire of Korumburra councillors & Officers 1972. Set in cream painted wood frame. Shire logo affixed to upper corners. Hand written heading & names in black ink. Set on card backboard
Framed B & W photograph. Shire of Korumburra councillors and Officers 1953. Cream card window mount. Brown painted wood frame. Handwritten title and names in black ink on panel lower edge. .
Block mounted colour aerial photograph of Korumburra. Undated possibly 1980s. Showing showgrounds and industrial estate in lower left corner.
Block mounted colour aerial photograph of Korumburra - undated (possibly 1980's) Shellcotts Rd and Rudds rd in centre of image.
Colour aerial photograph of Korumburra 1985. Blockmounted on particle board. In foreground is the end of Mine Road. Recreation ground on the right. On reverse is label marked: Robert Hogan [Korumburra] Photographer.
Brass plaque featuring raised text on a textured background. Inscription: South Gippsland Shire/Council Library/Opened by/Cr Peter Western/Shire President/ On Monday 28 July 1997
Set of five black and white photographs showing early Leongatha and Shire Councillors. Set in grey-brown window mount
Framed quilt depicting Woorayl Shire boundries. Features animals, sea, boat and birds. Embroidered and sewn in fabric, wool and thread. Engraved brass plaque affixed to lower edge. Brown textured wood frame, perspex case covering entire work. Sitting on purpose built ledge.
Brass plaque mounted on wood board. Features Australian Crest above Olympic rings affixed to top with smaller plate affixed to bottom. The lower plate features raised text and engraving.
Block mounted poster featuring colour photograph of three polar bears in snow. Text printed below. Black border
Framed colour photograph featuring a landscape showing low hills, ploughed paddock in foreground and dams in centre. Brown timber frame.
Framed colour photograph of a couple sitting on beach with cliffs showing in right side. Brown timber frame.
Wood and brass plaque acknowledging the new floor at Mardan Hall. Opened by South Gipplsnad Shire President, Cr Peter Western on 13th March 1998
Polished wood honour board. Features carved lettering in upper edge with gold painted text in centre panel.
Polished wood carved honour board. Titled Roll of Honour for Mardan State School No. 2516. features gold painted names totalling 21.
Polished wood honour board dedicated to the soldiers of the Mardan District who fought in WWII. Features in alphabetical order the names of local men who enlisted and those who paid the surpreme sacrifice and died. Includes three military emblems featured at the top. All text painted in gold lettering.
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