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Image: Photo of the Victorian School for Deaf Children (1970)

The Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institution moved to a new building on St Kilda Rd in 1866. This photograph was taken in 1970.

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Image courtesy of State Library of Victoria. St. Kilda Road Melbourne, 597, Vic. i.e. Victorian School for Deaf Children. Photographer: Collins, John T. Taken 22 February 1970.
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