Wednesday, March 10, 2010


Making do in the Great Depression explores the spirit and flavour of life in Sydney in the 1930s: the community spirit and political activism, everyday life and key events and personalities of the period. It brings together evocative images, objects, oral histories and film to help us understand the story of Sydney in the Great Depression.
Major sponsor Museum of Sydney
Saturday 27 March — Sunday 25 July, 2010
'Block boys at St Peters' (detail), Sam Hood, 22 April 1935, Courtesy of Mitchell Library,
State Library of New South Wales
The Museum of Sydney: Location: Corner Phillip and Bridge Streets, Sydney, NSW 2000
Contact: 02 9251 5988
Admission:Adult $10
Child/Concession $5
Family $20
Members free
Hours: Daily 9.30am – 5pm

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