Charles Joseph La Trobe, 1866. John Botterill, artist. Image courtesy State Library of Victoira.
Moorabbin, County of Bourke, 1920. Image courtesy State Library of Victoria.
Col. Mair [i.e. Colonel William Mair], 1872 [picture] / T. F. Chuck. Image courtesy State Library of Victoria.
Moorabbin Art Centre formerly City of Moorabbin Council Offices, 1999. Image courtesy Kingston Collection.
Mr J.B. Patterson by E.Gilks. Image courtesy https://www.slv.vic.gov.au/
Town News : Opening of the Mordialloc Railway 1881, December 24. Image courtesy of Trove.
Army contingent marching past the Royal Mail Hotel, corner Swanston & Bourke Streets, Melbourne c. 1900. Image courtesy State Library of Victoria.
Australasian Federal Referendum July 1899. Image courtesy State Library of Victoria.
Vida Goldstein selling Votes for Women newspaper on the streets of Melbourne. c. 1912. Image courtesy State Library of Victoria.
O.H.M.S. (1916, August 26). Seaside News Image courtesy of Trove.
Inscription on the front of the Beauty Spot Memorial. Image courtesy Kingston Collection.
The Borough of Carrum was formed on Thursday 20 May, 1920. The Carrum Borough went from Mordialloc Creek to Eel Race Drain. The first Mayor was Frank Groves.
The New Carrum Borough. (1920, April 30). Mornington Standard. Image courtesy of Trove.
Mentone and Mordialloc Borough declared a town. Victorian Government Gazette Online Archive Gazette 43, Date: Wednesday, April 18th 1923. Image courtesy State Library of Victoria.
Town of Mordialloc declared a city. Victorian Gazette Online Archive 1836- 1997, Gazette 57, Wednesday 5 May 1926. Image courtesy State Library of Victoria.
Proclamation of the Shire of Moorabbin as a City. Image courtesy Victorian Government Gazette. No 164 Wednesday October 10th, 1934.
Australian Pilot who landed in France June, 1944. Image courtesy of Trove.
Memorial Stone being laid by Cr Len Coates, Mayor of Moorabbin. Image courtesy Leader Collection.
Kingston Head Office moves to Cheltenham, May 2005. Image courtesy Kingston Your City.
Greggs Hotel, South Brighton / C. Woodhouse.Elevated view of Gregg's Hotel, South Brighton on the Point Nepean Road, between Union and Agnew Street. Shows the hotel buildings, stables and yard with a fountain, horse-drawn carriage in yard; railway line and steam train pulling into North Brighton Station in right background. Image courtesy State Library of Victoria.