Kodak Australasia managing director Edgar Rouse's family home in Toorak, circa 1940s, as seen from the street.

The Rouse home was designed by prominent society architect firm Butler and Martin in 1929, while the garden was designed by renowned landscape gardener Edna Walling.

Edgar Rouse was a managing director of Kodak Australasia from 1928, and later succeeded his father John Joseph (JJ) Rouse in 1938, who had been a co-founder of Baker & Rouse and then a founding managing director of Kodak Australasia Pty Ltd.

Description of Content

Large two-storey house with chimney, seen from the street with shrubs and trees around house and stone pathways and driveway in grass in foreground. A stone wall and gate are at the front of the house.

Physical Description

Digital file. Digital copy of an original photograph which was monochrome, landscape orientation with white border, mounted in an album.

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