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Postcard of children at the main entrance of the Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institution. One of a set of postcards.

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Caire, Nicholas, 1837-1918 & Caire, Nicholas, 1837-1918. (1909). Children playing at the main entrance, Victorian Deaf and Dumb Institution, St. Kilda Road, Melbourne, 1909 / N.J. Caire.
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