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A photograph taken by photographer Ted Hood of the crowd gathered at the Corpus Christi Mass in Manly, New South Wales, in 1934. The group of veiled women in white dress most likely represent the Legion of Mary, an association of Catholic laity who…

A photograph taken by photographer Ted Hood of the procession following the Corpus Christi Mass at Manly, New South Wales, in 1934.

Corpus Christi is an annual feast day observed by the Catholic Church on the Thursday following Trinity Sunday. It…

A photograph taken by photographer Ted Hood of children participating in the Corpus Christi procession at Manly, New South Wales, in 1934.

Corpus Christi is an annual feast day observed by the Catholic Church on the Thursday following Trinity…

This article from the Sunday Times in 1907 comments on what the author views as the un-gentlemanly state of sporting ethic in the early twentieth century. It likens the use of padding and helmets in sports such as cricket, baseball and football to…

An illustration of a street parade in Collins Street, Melbourne, drawn from the perspective of the Treasury Buildings. Crowds of spectators line the street to watch as a procession of horse-drawn floats and trade banners are paraded along Collins…

In this article from the Western Mail, news from Paris informs readers about a cheering crowd of 3000 people, mostly women, who mobbed Miss Barbara Hutton, the American Woolworths’ heiress, and Russian Prince Alexis Mdivani as they left the church…