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This photograph from the West Australian shows a mason carving a crocket on a stone pinnacle during the building of St. Mary’s Cathedral in East Perth in 1929. The caption accompanying the photograph likens his work to that of a medieval guild…

An image of a medieval-style embellished banner for the United Operative Masons of Melbourne, Victoria. The banner commemorates the 8 hour day Labor Movement, with the 3 men around the triangle symbolising 8 hours of work, 8 hours of recreation and…

This black and white photograph held by the State Library of New South Wales dates from c.1859. Taken by John Smith during the construction of The University of Sydney, it depicts stone masons at work carving the gargoyles. This is taking place…