Postcard with a black and white image of the Southern facade of Exhibition Building, published by Honey Clarke in 1980. The Exhibition Building was built for the 1880 Melbourne International Exhibition, which opened to visitors on 1 October 1880. On 9 May 1901, it hosted the opening of the First Commonwealth Parliament of Australia. In 1980 to celebrate its centenary, the building was granted Royal status.

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Black and white photograph of Southern facade of Exhibition Building, with Hochgurtel's Fountain in the centre of the image. Expanse of lawn and hedges surrounding the fountain. On the reverse, space for a message, an address and a postage stamp. Text giving short history of Exhibition Building. The postcard is unused.

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