April 7 - 13, 2019: Issue 400
Photographers Of Early Pittwater: David 'Rex' Hazlewood
David ‘Rex’ Hazlewood (1886 – 1968) was born in Dulwich Hill in Sydney’s Inner West and grew up in the suburban areas around Homebush, Chatswood and Epping. At Epping the family built ' Devon Lodge' - laying the foundations in December 1901 - the home was completed by February 1902. Devon Lodge 22/02/1902 - ON 165/406
He first trained as a tailor in a city clothing warehouse, but in 1909 when he was 23, he began training for the Baptist ministry. His father David was the youngest son of another minister who died before he was born, thus the training to be a minister. There is also another connection to Pittwater in this as the descendants of the Williams family settled at Bayview and are still present in Pittwater:
His father's father was:
MARRIAGE. By special license, at Prince-street Chapel, on Thursday last, by the Rev. Mr. McKenny, Mr. David Hazlewood, Wesleyan Missionary to the Feejee Islands, to Jane, fifth daughter of Joseph McIntyre, Esq., Quartermaster, Liverpool. Family Notices (1844, February 10). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 2. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article12419381
Jane McIntyre was born in 1812 in Liverpool and died on Febuary 23rd 1849 in Fiji.
David married Sarah Webster on June 9th 1851 in Parramatta, NSW. Sarah Webster was born on December 10th 1819 in Frome, Somerset and died on September 9th 1903 at the family home at Epping. They returned to Fiji but his failing health brought them back to Sydney:
30.- John Wesley, brig, 237 tons, Captain Ryle, from the Feejee Islands 19th October. Passengers-Rev. R. Young, Rev. N. Turner, Rev. G. R. H. Miller, Rev. D. Hazlewood and family, SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. (1853, December 3). The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), p. 2. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article676401
At West Maitland, on the 30th ultimo, the Rev. David Hazlewood, Wesleyan Minister, aged 36 years. Family Notices (1855, November 3). Bell's Life in Sydney and Sporting Reviewer (NSW : 1845 - 1860), p. 3. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article59761026
OBITUARY. - The Reverend David Hazlewood, Wesleyan Minister, died at Maitland, on the 30th October, aged 36, after a lingering illness of a pulmonary character. The deceased was born at Fakenham, in Norfolk, England January 8th, 1820. His father was a gentleman's bailiff. At a very early age the deceased was employed as a shepherd. His mother kept a village school, which afforded young David almost the only means of instruction he ever had.
At the age of fourteen he joined the Methodist Society, and remained a constant member of it until the end of his life. The Methodists are peculiarly distinguished amongst religious bodies by the care they manifest in placing all their available talent in a situation where it may operate to advantage. They accordingly soon perceived that David Hazlewood had talents of a peculiar order, and which qualified him to perform certain duties necessary to the success of missionary enterprise.
About fourteen years ago he arrived in this colony, and became a local preacher among the Methodists. He had previously acquired a knowledge of Latin, Greek, and French, which of course paved the way for the acquirement of other languages. He was finally called to the ministry and sent as a missionary to the Feejee Islands. His province in the missionary field was that of a translator. He studied the Hebrew in Feejee in order that he might comply with the requirements of the Bible Society, and then translated the whole of the Old Testament into Feejeean, and also revised the translation of the New ; he also compiled a Grammar and Dictionary of the Feejeean language. He was engaged for many months past whilst residing in this town, in revising his translation of the Old Testament and had death terminated his valuable life. We cannot allow a great man like this—albeit his virtues were of the quiet order—to pass away from us without passing notice imbued with sorrowful regret. He has accomplished a great work, and future generations of men in the islands of the Pacific will regard him with a veneration.
We understand that the deceased in addition to the languages already mentioned was acquainted with the Tongese and the Maori and that from the shortness of his life and the unremunerative character of the work to which he was devoted, has left but a scanty provision for his family. Should this be the the case it is the duty of the Christian public to see that of the descendants of Mr Hazlewood do not experience want.--Hunter River Journal. NEW SOUTH WALES. (1855, November 30). Portland Guardian and Normanby General Advertiser (Vic. : 1842 - 1843; 1854 - 1876), p. 1 (SUPPLEMENT TO THE PORTLAND GUARDIAN.). Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article71573235
In the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
In the Will of David Hazlewood, late of Singleton, in the Colony of New South Wales, gentleman, deceased.
NOTICE is hereby given, that, after the expiration of fourteen days from the publication hereof, application will be made to this Honorable Court in its Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, that Probate of the Will of the above-named deceased be granted to Sarah Hazlewood, the Executrix, and to the Rev. William Currcy, the Rev. W. G. W. Powditch, and Robert Blair, the Executors in the said Will named.— Dated this 17th day of November, a.d. 1855.
G. WIGRAM ALLEN,
Proctor for Applicants,
51, Elizabeth-street, Sydney.
2318 4s. 6d. ECCLESIASTICAL JURISDICTION. (1855, November 20). New South Wales Government Gazette (Sydney, NSW : 1832 - 1900), p. 3065. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article230682487
Mrs. Hazelwood went to Tasmania to sell property her husband owned in order to raise the children;
Mr. Howe sold last week by private contract, to D. R. Falkiner, Esq., the 500 acre sheep-run near the Nile River, the property of the late Mr. Hazlewood, for £750 cash. - Ibid. NEWS. (1856, March 12). The Courier (Hobart, Tas. : 1840 - 1859), p. 2. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article2500300
HAZLEWOOD— July 3rd, at West Maitland, Joseph, son of the late Rev. David Hazlewood, aged 12 years. Family Notices (1861, July 13). Sydney Mail (NSW : 1860 - 1871), p. 5. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article166688664
DEATHS. Died, on the 9th August, at Largs, Mary Ann, second daughter of the late Rev. David Hazlewood, aged 20 years. Family Notices (1867, August 10). The Maitland Mercury and Hunter River General Advertiser (NSW : 1843 - 1893), p. 1. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article18730478
HAZLEWOOD. — September 9, 1903, at her son's residence, Devon Lodge, Epping, Sarah, widow of the late Rev. David Hazlewood, in her 84th year. Funeral this (Thursday) afternoon, Rookwood. Family Notices (1903, September 10). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 6. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article14531831
HAZLEWOOD-RAY. December 3, at Wyrallah, Church-street, Concord, by the Rev. J. A. R. Perkins, B.A.. Harry Hodgson Hazlewood,of Devon Lodge, Epping, to Hannah Ray, of Kooringa, Epping. Family Notices (1913, December 13). The Sydney Morning Herald(NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 22. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article15489471
Rex Hazlewood’s father, David, was a keen amateur photographer and fostered the same passion in his son. Rex spent two years in country New South Wales as student pastor and took numerous photographs of the areas around Yeoval, Manildra and Molong, where he was based.
He also began taking photographs of churches of his own and other denominations in the suburbs of Concord and Epping. His ministry ended in late 1911 when he began working as a professional photographer.
SANDY BEACH FRONTAGES, in the SHELTERED WATERS of PITTWATER HARBOR, opposite SCOTLAND ISLAND, and only 12 MINUTES WALK of the OCEAN BEACHES.
The Clareville Beach Estate.
Adjoining the CLAREVILLE PUBLIC WHARF, and embracing 1
ABSOLUTE BEACH and WATER FRONTAGES, and CAMPERS' SITES, Overlooking the Beach.
TITLE WILL BE TORRENS. NOTE THE TERMS: £2 and £5 per Lot Deposit, balance by quarterly payment extending over 5 years. Interest 5 per cent.
FREE LAUNCHES from BAYYIEW and NEWPORT JETTIES all day of Sale. LIGHT REFRESHMENTS ON THE GROUND.
Lithographs obtainable from the Auctioneers and Local Agent.
INTENDING PURCHASERS ate requested to take TRAM to NARRABEEN, then MOTOR 'BUSES to NEWPORT or BAY VIEW, and catch the FREE LAUNCHES from both these places on day of sale, and attend the Sale of CLAREVILLE BEACH ESTATE, IN PITTWATER HARBOR.
AUCTION SALE, ON THE GROUND, S O'CLOCK,
Anniversary Day, January 26.
RICHARDSON AND WRENCH, LTD., AUCTIONEERS.
— J. WILLIAMS, Bayview, Pittwater, Local Agent. Advertising (1914, January 11). The Sun (Sydney, NSW : 1910 - 1954), p. 9 (SUNDAY EDITION). Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article221563893
Pittwater Clareville Ocean Beach Estate - Central Rd, Barrenjoey roads - A J Small. Item No.: c027560009 [Avalon subdivision plans] - courtesy State Library of New South Wales. And sections from to show residences and name for Avalon Beach.
Mr. Arthur J. Small, of Royston Park, Asquith, takes exception to the statement last week that Palm Beach Estate, Barrenjoey where land brought £4 per foot, ls Inaccessible to the public, and practically can only be reached as a residential area by persons owning their own car. He draws attention to the fact that there is an hourly service of motor cars from the present tram terminus at Narrabeen to Newport, and a regular ferry service thence to Clareville and Palm Beach of two trips each way daily. This service was Inaugurated by the Palm Beach Co. when they first opened up the estate some five or six years ago. REAL ESTATE. NOTES OF THE WEEK. (1917, March 31). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 11. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28101228
In 1921 the first 'Palmgrove Estate' subdivision was made, with an accompanying brochure that has become a theme for the Willbees annual Short Film Festival at Avalon Beach. Most of this brochure includes the wonderful panoramas taken and made by E B Studios during 1917-1921 - and their photography is spoken of in their brochure. The sales pitch speaks of an pool that has been cut into the rocks, which was only a natural formation in 1917. A few sections from the Palmgrove Estate 1921 brochure that show image provenance:
Palmgrove Estate, Avalon Beach, new seaside resort between Newport and Palm Beach - December 1921 auction. Item No.: c027560016, [Avalon Subdivision Plans], courtesy State Library of NSW
MISS SARAH HAZLEWOOD.
The decease, on the 16th May last, of Miss Sarah Hazlewood, revives missionary history. For Miss Hazlewood was the eldest child of Rev. David Hazlewood, of Fiji fame. Her distinguished father was married on February 8, 1844, to Miss Jane McIntyre, by Rev. J. McKenny, in the old Princes Street Chapel. He was ordained the same day as the late Rev. John Watsford. These two missionaries went to Fiji together, and arrived in Viwa on the 10th August, 1844. Miss Sarah Hazlewood was born on December 22, 1844, at Somo-somo, Fiji.
The Rev. D. Hazlewood made a definite mark on Fiji missions, for it was he who compiled the excellent grammar and dictionary which has been used ever since by Government officials and missionaries alike. No subsequent attempt has ever superseded it. Mr. Hazlewood also was the first to translate the Old Testament (with the exception of Pss. 1-28) into the native tongue. This translation was probably used in the first printed bible, though the latter departed considerably from Mr. Hazlewood 's work. Miss Hazlewood inherited all her father 's missionary zeal. Her ardour displayed itself in wide sympathy for the work of God either abroad or at home. She was well-known as the matron of the C.M.M. Hojne for the Sisters.
On her retirement to Epping she continued to subscribe liberally from her slender resources to Foreign and Home Missions, besides numerous charities. Towards the end of her life she became very frail, but she had much peace of heart. Her decease came suddenly, as she could have wished, at the residence of her half-brother, Mr. D. Hazlewood, who is the last surviving member of the missionary's family. At the grave-side, the Rev. W. Deane (who married a granddaughter of the Rev. John Watsford) com-mitted the remains to the ground. The Revs. J. W. Collier and G. Cranston (Presbyterian) also took part. There were representatives of six missionary families present to pay their last respects to a worthy daughter of a singularly useful and devoted missionary. IN MEMORIAM (1925, June 27). The Methodist (Sydney, NSW : 1892 - 1954), p. 13. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article155276336
An Appreciation by Rev. W. Deane, M.A.
On July 20, at Epping, there passed away one whose name recalls fragrant memories in Methodist mission history. The writer refers to David Hazelwood, son of the missionary of the same name, who worked in the early days of cannibal Fiji. The latter was distinguished as the compiler, of the standard dictionary of the Fijian language. Though he died at the early age of 36, he was enabled to accomplish a work that has stood the test of time, and is still the reservoir for all who wish to make themselves proficient in the sonorous Bauan tongue. The debt that we owe to this assiduous missionary the Methodist Church can never repay. The Church will always remember the earnest application which gave Mr. David Hazlewood a good working knowledge of Hebrew and Greek, and of the science of language, preparatory to his making the dictionary. His intimate knowledge of the Fijians also fitted him eminently for his epoch making work. The Fijian Government, in more recent years, invited the late Rev. W. A. Heighway to revise the dictionary, a herculean task which he began, but was not permitted to complete. It is unlikely now that Hazlewood 's work will ever be superseded.
Mr. David Hazlewood, of Epping, was justly proud of his father's reputation. Born in the year of his father's death, viz., February 11, 1855, he grew up in the Methodist Church, honouring his descent from Hazlewood, the missionary,' with a blame less character and reputation.
Giving himself to horticulture, he founded the well-known firm of Hazlewood Bros, at Epping, which extends its operations far beyond this State. The writer frequently visited him, and found him to be a man of remark able generosity, and yet one who would on no account have his name published. He gave symtematically to missions in the city, charitable institutions, and the trust funds of the church at Epping, and always with the stipulation that no word was to be said about it. To know him was to give complete respect to one who was above reproach.
Of late years his actual attendance was transferred to another church, but he never forgot the church of his distinguished father, and was always interested in 'its progress. In honouring him, therefore, the Methodist Church honours itself. His family has left its mark on the community in various ways.
Three of the sons were soldiers — Rex (A.I.F.), Arnold (Original Anzac, three times wounded), and Len (killed at Fleurbaix, 1916). A son George is an orchardist at Bathurst, and a daughter Nell (Mrs. E. Ray) is the wife of a well-known orchardist in the same district. Two brothers (George and Harry) carry on the horticulture business at Epping. Dorothy is the wife of Professor W. L. Waterhouse, at Lindfield, and Mary is the wife of Mr. Stan Carr, at Chatswood South, both prominent workers in the Methodist Church. Louise is unmarried, while Curtis died in infancy. Mr. Hazlewood married Miss S. L. Hodgson at Sydney on the 25th February, 1879, and this excellent lady survives him. IN MEMORIAM (1932, August 6). The Methodist (Sydney, NSW : 1892 - 1954), p. 13. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article155292408
HAZLEWOOD—HODGSON.—February 25, by the Rev. J. Walkden Brown, David, son of the late Rev. D. Hazlewood, to Louie, daughter of George Hodgson, of Redfern. Family Notices (1879, March 15). The Sydney Mail and New South Wales Advertiser (NSW : 1871 - 1912), p. 405. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article162808428
The Hazlewood Legacy.
The late Mr. David Hazlewood has left a legacy to the Missionary 'Society to perpetuate the memory of the late Rev. and Mrs. David Hazlewood, who rendered such effective service in the early days of our Fiji Mission. The legacy is governed by the following terms:. ''To the Methodist Foreign Missionary Society of New South Wales the sum of fifty pounds (£50) to be invested Dy it in any trustee investment according to the law in force for the time being, and the income arising therefrom to be used! for an annual prize in connection with mission work in Fiji, and I desire such prize to be called 'The David Hazlewood Prize, in memory of Reverend David Hazlewood and his wife, Sarah, of Feejee . The Fiji District has been requested to recommend to the Board regarding the best method of carrying out the testator's wishes. The Hazlewood Legacy. (1933, July 29). The Methodist (Sydney, NSW : 1892 - 1954), p. 4. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article155292704
In the Supreme Court of New South Wales.
In the matter of the estate of David Hazlewood, late of Epping, in the State of New South Wales, retired estate agent, deceased.
PURSUANT to the Wills, Probate and Administration Act, 1898, the Testator's Family Maintenance and Guardianship of Infants Act, 1916, and the Trustee Act, 1925: Notice is hereby given that every creditor or other person having any debt or claim upon or affecting the estate of the abovenamed deceased, who died on or about the 20th day of July, 1932, and probate of whose will was, on the 28th day of September, 1932, granted by the Supreme Court of New South Wales to the Public Trustee, is hereby required to send in particulars in writing of such debt or claim to the said Public Trustee, on or before the 30th day of December, 1932, at the expiration of which time the said Public Trustee will proceed to convey and distribute the property and assets of the said deceased to or among the persons entitled thereto, having regard only to the debts or claims of 1 which he then has notice; and notice is hereby further given that the said Public Trustee will not be'liable, for the property or assets or any part thereof so conveyed or distributed, to any person of whose debt or claim he shall not have had notice at the time of such conveyance or distribution.
E. J. PAYNE,
St. James Buildings, Public Trustee.
109 Elizabeth-street, Sydney,
12th October, 1932.
Stuart, Osbokne and Simpson,
Proctors for the Executor,
129 Pitt-street, Sydney.
PROBATE JURISDICTION. (1932, October 14). Government Gazette of the State of New South Wales (Sydney, NSW : 1901 - 2001), p. 3828. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article220257661
- Biography from and courtesy State Library of New South Wales 2016 and Australian War Memorial
- Hazlewood, L. (1995). Rex Hazlewood, photographer / Laurance Hazlewood. (2nd impression with amendments, April 1995.. ed.). Canberra: Laurance Hazlewood.
- TROVE - National Library of Australia
Vale – Laurance Hazlewood
Album Title: Avalon, Pittwater
CREATOR Rex Hazlewood, 1886-1968
CALL NUMBERON 165/924-930
Photographs - 12 x 16.5 cm.-16.5 x 12 cm. - 7 glass photonegatives
- The Palm Grove, Avalon Beach
- General Store, Avalon Beach
- Swimming Pool, Avalon Beach
- The bathing pool, Avalon Beach
- Bathing pool, Avalon Beach
- The Hole In The Wall, Avalon Beach
- The Hole In The Wall, Avalon Beach
The Bathing Pool Avalon Beach - photos by Rex Hazlewood, circa 1920-1929 Images Courtesy The Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW, Items No.: c07771_0004_c, c07771_0005_c and ' Swimming Pool' c07771_0003_c
PARKS AND PLAYGROUNDS.
Aims of Movement.
"That every child shall have a chance to play and every citizen the opportunity for recreation" was adopted as a chief aim in the constitution of the New South Wales Parks and Playgrounds Movement, which held its first annual meeting at the New South Wales Cricket Association's Chambers on Wednesday. "The normal expansion of Sydneys playing fields should be, at a minimum, from 100to 120 acres of level land every year," says the report of the movement. A report on the whole matter by the Surveyor-General, who was being assisted by a committee of the movement, was expected shortly. "In the meantime, the executive of the movement has taken up (as an Immediate measure) the question of pressing for 'Five More Moore Parks."
The meeting, which was a full one, delegates from 30 bodies being present, was concerned largely with the elimination by the Legislative Council of the parks clauses of the Greater Sydney Bill. 'This meant', said Dr. C. E. W. Bean, honorary secretary of the movement, 'that, although the Greater Sydney authority, if established, could plan parks and playgrounds, It would not be able to acquire them, or even to accept them if given to it-powers which were possessed by greater-city authorities all over the world. '
On the motion of the chairman, Mr. A. J.Small, seconded by Mr. D. G. Stead, the meeting expressed its unanimous disapproval of the elimination of these powers from the bill. The liability of all State school playgrounds to taxation while many private school grounds were exempt was also strongly criticised in the report, a case being cited in which public land lying Idle was heavily rated as soon as it was permitted to be used as a play-ground for State schoolchildren. On the motion of the chairman, seconded by Mr. R.A. Bennett, it was resolved to urge that, in the bill projected by the Government, exemption should be extended to all school play-grounds. A committee was appointed "to co-operate with the city authorities in their task of re-organising the playground system of Sydney," And It was also resolved, on the motion of Mr. Burrows and Mrs. Wyatt, to urge the preservation by some means of the Pymble State forest. Mr. A. J. Small (president of the Town Planning Association) was elected as first president of the Parks and Playgrounds Movement. PARKS AND PLAYGROUNDS. (1931, September 25). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 10. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article16818070
General Store, Avalon Beach - ON 165/925 Item c07771_0002_c - photo by Rex Hazlewood, Image Courtesy The Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW,
The Hole In The Wall, Avalon Beach - ON 165/929 Item No.: c07771_0006_c - photo by Rex Hazlewood, Image Courtesy The Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW,
The Hole In The Wall, Avalon Beach - ON 165/929 Item No.: c07771_0007_c - photo by Rex Hazlewood, Image Courtesy The Mitchell Library, State Library of NSW,
Is this Rex or his dad's work too? (1907):
TO HOTELKEEPERS, AMUSEMENT CATERERS, SPORTING CLUB PROPRIETORS. BY ORDER OF THE MORTGAGEES. THE OAKS.MONA VALE.. PITTWATER.
This MAGNIFICENT and UNIQUE PROPERTY comprising about 114 acres, under TORRENS TITLE is situated 10 miles from MANLY, about 500 yards from the Rock Lily Hotel, on the main road to Pittwater and Newport, rendering it accessible from the city by either MOTOR CARS or COACH, has large FRONTAGES to DARLEY STREET, 'the PITT WATER-ROAD, BASSET STREET, and the PACIFIC OCEAN'!
THE BUILDINGS specially designed for a RESIDENCE of a PERFECT SANATORIUM, with Cottages for families attached, of brick on concrete foundation with Mansard roof with promenade, contain imposing MAIN ENTRANCE and HALL, billiard-room, lounge, smoking-room, 25 bedrooms, extra large dining hall, 6 bathrooms, and most up-to-date domestic arrangements, and servants' quarters.
ADJOINING THE CLUB-HOUSE is a STUDIO MUSIC-ROOM, with artistic lead-light windows and ceilings. LARGE FERNERY. A Short Distance from the main building is an octagonal house of brick and wood, containing in the upper portion BALL-ROOM (12ft x 42ft), -with up-to-date arrangements in basement.
IN the GROUNDS are the THREE BRICK COTTAGES above referred to, also TWO OTHERS in course of construction, and on the far side of the grounds is a six-roomed W.B. Cottage, with tiled roof.
THE GROUNDS are tastefully laid out with ornamental shrubs, lawns, and statues in front of the CLUB-HOUSE, while an area of about 40 acres opposite has been made ready for SPORTING purposes. GOLF, POLO, CRICKET, FOOTBALL, LAWN TENNIS, etc, and a 6-furlong Racecourse.'
THE PROPERTY. DELIGHTFULLY SITUATED on the shores of the PACIFIC OCEAN, embraces large beach Frontage where SURF Bathing can be indulged in without risk. Added to other attractions there is a NATURAL FRESH WATER LAKE in the grounds, enhancing their beauty, and at the same time affording a PERMANENT WATER SUPPLY. '
CONSIDERING the rapid strides in Motoring- as a means of transit, and the unrivalled position of the health and holiday resort, there should be a great future FOR THE OAKS.
BATT, RODD, AND PURVES, LTD, have been instructed to sell the above by PUBLIC AUCTION, at their Rooms, 88 Pitt-street. Next TUESDAY, the 7th of MAY, at 11.30 a.m. MESSRs. Minter, Simpson and Co., solicitors for the Mortgagee. Advertising. (1907, April 27). The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW : 1842 - 1954), p. 22. Retrieved from http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article28153265
And later in the year, an Auction showing subdivisions is accompanied with a brochure:
The Brock Estate - Cliff Rd, The Esplanade, Darley St, October 7th Newport 1907. Item No.: c046820076 from Mona Vale Subdivisions, courtesy State Library of New South Wales
The Brock Estate - brochure Front page, 1907 Item No.: c046820078, Mona Vale Subdivisions, Courtesy State Library of NSW
The Brock Estate - 1907, inner page brochure, Item No.: c046820077, Mona Vale Subdivisions, Courtesy State Library of NSW
The Brock Estate - 1907, inner page brochure, Item No.: c046820079, Mona Vale Subdivisions, Courtesy State Library of NSW