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Brown Hill Progress Association Inc. Brown Hill , Victoria

The Brown Hill Progress Association is concerned with all aspects of Brown Hill, a suburb of Ballarat. We do not hold a collection of items, but images and other material sourced during 'information gatherings' relating to the Brown Hill area will be housed digitally via Victorian Collection.

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C/O Brown Hill Post Office Brown Hill Victoria

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Brown Hill Hall 375 Humffray St N Brown Hill Victoria

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Photograph - Black and White - Brown Hill Progress Association

Brown Hill Progress Association Inc., Brown Hill

Black and white photograph of eight men and one woman of the Brown Hill Progress Association Standing left to right: R. Coffield, J.C. Callinan, H. Lugg, G. Stewart Sitting left to right: A. Lakeland, W. Wilmot, E. Ellis, Mrs Bale, C. Eaton

Photograph - Colour - Ed Bawden at the Brown Hill Family Fun Night, 1986

Brown Hill Progress Association Inc., Brown Hill

Ed Bawden sits in front of a tent with a sign "Brownbill Diggings License Office. The event is the Brown Hill Family Fun Night.

Certificate - Sunday School Union Credit Certificate

Brown Hill Progress Association Inc., Brown Hill

Sunday School Union Credit Certificate

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Emilie Wilson, Gong Gong Wesleyan Sunday School

Photograph - Black and White - Eureka Swimming Pool

Brown Hill Progress Association Inc., Brown Hill

A number of children sit on the edge of the Eureka Swimming Pool, Ballarat East.

Certificate - Methodist Sunday School Union Certificate

Brown Hill Progress Association Inc., Brown Hill

Methodist Sunday School Union Certificate made out to Emily Wilson.

Photograph - Colour - Bridge of the Yarrowee Creek at Brown Hill, 2016

Brown Hill Progress Association Inc., Brown Hill

Bridge of the Yarrowee Creek at Brown Hill.