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The retail business empire of Thomas Hodges Mate | Then and Now
Greg Ryan, Albury & District Historical Society
LANDMARK: Mate's 1884 store on the corner of Hume and Townsend Streets in the late 1800s, not very different from how it looks in 2022.
Flour milling one of Albury's first industries | Then and Now
Greg Ryan, Albury & District Historical Society
MILL: The Fanny Ceres Flour Mill on Dean St Albury, east Townsend Street, had a reputation for producing a high quality product.
Hard work harmed no man, according to iconic businessman of the past
Greg Ryan, Albury & District Historical Society
POPULAR: Frederick Vine's Dean St retail store and the restaurant in the cellar below the store on the corner of AMP Lane where the T&G building now stands.
Riding the tourism wave with Murray Valley Coaches | Then and Now
Greg Ryan, Albury & District Historical Society
ALL ABOARD: Albury City celebrations in 1947, Murray Valley Coaches' articulated coach in Dean Street. Photo: ALBURY LIBRARY MUSEUM

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