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History Author Talk: The Little House on the Hill at Poverty Point, by Linda McIntosh

Sat 17 Aug 2019 - Sat 17 Aug 2019

1 pm - 2.30 pm

Location
Lionel Bowen Library, Maroubra
Address
669-673 Anzac Parade, Maroubra

Join Linda McIntosh as she discusses her research into the lives of the families, including her own, who lived in Poverty Point in the suburb now known as Clovelly.

Cost
This is a free event. A gold coin donation is required if you wish to attend an afternoon tea following the talk.
More Information
BYO reusable cup to help prevent waste and protect the environment. Enquiries: 9093 6400

In the decades that Linda’s family has lived in Clovelly, it has transformed from the era of Poverty Point as it was known by the locals, to one of the most desired Sydney suburbs.

Learn about the trials and tribulations of the early residents through the story of one of the original cottages, Shawbost which weathered the southerly and westerly winds to stand for over 124 years.

Linda McIntosh is an experienced local historian and dedicated family history expert. She is a long-standing member of Cape Banks Family History Group and long-time resident of Clovelly.

This is a joint talk held by the Randwick and District Historical Society and Randwick City Library.

Image top: Carlingford Estate subdivision plan, 1886. Subdivision plans were used by real estate agents to advertise land for sale. Courtesy SLNSW.

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