1920s Annandale: A Short Walk

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Lulu.com, Aug 31, 2014 - Travel - 82 pages
1920s Annandale was a busy place. There was the retail strip along Parramatta Road, the timber businesses on the harbour. In between, there were builders, fibrous plasterers, stonemasons and the Pictures. Confectionery, Jam, Pianos and Radios were all being made in Annandale. Though change was coming, motor vehicles were crashing into pedestrians and posts, and injuring their occupants. Annandale remembered those who did not return from the War. The ""Angel of Durban"" came to say hello to some who did. Annandale is a small suburb, in Sydney, whose history dates back to the arrival of the first fleet in Australia. 1920s Annandale is the fourth book in a series of walks. Each book covers a decade of Annandale's History. Marghanita da Cruz has been recording an Anecdotal History of Annandale, since 1998. Marghanita guided this short walk at the 2014 Annandale Heritage Festival.

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