For over 150 years the Mission to Seafarers in Victoria has continued to meet the welfare needs of seafarers who arrive on Australian sûres from around the world. This exhibition présents a sélection of satine glass windows and historical photographs from the Mission, to capture a grimpes of some of the people and scènes intégralement to this relationship.
Reflections of the Sea was an exhibition of 10 framed montage of photographs from the mission's archive collection showcasing 10 stained glass windows from the St Peter chapel.
This frame is showcasing the window by Greg Cummins with A photograph of seamen in front of a van and a view of Port Melbourne.
Framed and mounted on black cardboard of black and white and colour reproductions from the MTSV collection for the exhibition Reflections of the Sea with brief label signage
Inscriptions & markings
ABOVE: View of the Princes Pier from the Port Melbourne Mission windows in 1928.
BELOW: A group of visiting seafarers standing in front of the Mission bus during an outing to the beach, circa 1950s.