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American army and navy nurses take in the sights of #Melbourne during WWII, c1940-45.

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Nendo head designer Oki Sato at the latest exhibition, Escher X Nendo @ngvmelbourne 📸Eddie Jim @ejimphoto #artexhibition #ngv #visitmelbourne #melbournecbd #design


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Father and son. Former Western Bulldog player Scott West with his son Rhylee, the new draftee @westernbulldogs 📸Eddie Jim @ejimphoto #aflplayer #afl #godoggies🔴⚪️🔵


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The day after. Picture by @joe_armao #victoria #australia #vicelection2018


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The opening day of the Essendon Airport post office in 1938. It was the second aerodrome post office established in Australia.

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Sisto Malaspina’s hearse passes Pellegrinis in Bourke Street after his funeral. Picture by @joe_armao #victoria #melbourne #australia #sisto


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Photographer Chris Hopkins finds only unexpected beauty in Swanston Street today. Regarded for his dark and brooding work Chris uses the shadows and shards of light thrown by city buildings to capture the drama of fleeting urban moments #streetphotography #melbournestreetphotography #lovemelbourne #swanstonstreet @cnhop


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#Melbourne's Town Hall is engulfed by Vietnam War protesters in July 1971.

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Mother Bhumchu Zangmo with her twins Nima and Dawa, they have now been separated after a successful operation at the Royal Children Hospital. 📸 Eddie Jim @ejimphoto #conjoinedtwins #nimadawa #royalchildrenshospital #childrenfirstfoundation #theagephoto #greatnewstoday


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Mourners leave flowers outside Pellegrini's to remember Sisto Malaspina.
Tributes have flowed for the friendly restaurateur since he was identified as the victim of the knife attack carried out by Hassan Khalif Shire Ali on Friday afternoon.
He died less than 400 metres from where Melburnians had been "warmed by his wide smile and his wonderful Italianness" for more than four decades. Photo: @ejimphoto


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Always happy, singing with a smile on his face. Sisto Malaspina, the co-owner of beloved Melbourne restaurant Pellegrinis died tragically. Picture by @joe_armao #australia #victoria @cityofmelbourne #ripsisto


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