English, Photograph edition: St Joseph's Malvern. The Late Father Maher.

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St Joseph's Malvern. The Late Father Maher
 
Bookmark: https://trove.nla.gov.au/version/260700099
Physical Description
  • Archival Item
  • Graphic materials
  • Image
Published
  • c1909
Language
  • English

Edition details

Title
  • St Joseph's Malvern. The Late Father Maher.
Published
  • c1909
Physical Description
  • Archival Item
  • Graphic materials
  • Image
Part Of
  • Malvern Collections
  • Image collection
Subjects
Date or Place
  • St Joseph's Church
  • Congregation of the Mission (C.M.)
  • National Trust of Australia (Vic.)
  • Stanhope Street
  • St Joseph's Presbytery
  • Fr. Michael Maher C.M.
  • Vincentian Fathers
  • Augustus A. Fritsch
Summary
  • The postcard shows the church building taken from Stanhope Street looking north. The iron fence can be seen as can the rear portion of the Presbytery. The timber and corrugated iron fence along the western boundary is also visible. There is a plane tree on the footpath along Stanhope Street. There is a boy standing in front of the fence.
  • There is a small detail picture of the late Fr. Michael Maher in the top left hand corner of the postcard.
  • Parish priest Fr. Maher commissioned architect Augustus A. Fritsch to design the new church and in September 1908 the Romanesque 'Blood and Bandaged' style church built by Messrs Swanston Bros. was opened. The church is classified by the National Trust of Australia (Vic.).
  • There is a letter written on the back of the postcard dated the 18th August 1909.
Terms of Use
  • Access to view items is by appointment only. See the Stonnington History Centre website for contact details.
  • According to the Australian Copyright Council, copyright has expired in photos taken prior to 1 January 1955. For photos taken after that date, copyright persists for the life of the creator plus 70 years.
  • Restrictions vary
  • Unrestricted
Language
  • English
Identifier
  • MP51

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