“Residence with goat in Yew Street, Barcaldine, Queensland,” ca. 1910, photographer unknown, via State Library of Queensland Commons on flickr.
The man and boy are showing off the goat and cart. A woman on the porch is holding up a painting.
In 1891, the Great Shearers Strike was held in Barcaldine under the boughs of The Tree Of Knowledge. The event led to the formation of the Australian Labor Party. The streets in the town are all named after species of trees.
“Girl playing with Peter Rabbit dolls,” Kingsville, Victoria, 1937, by Gordon Binns, via The Biggest Family Album in Australia, Museums Victoria Collections.
The little girl is Phyllis Binns.
“To uidentifiserte barn på en sti” (two unidentified children on a path), ca. 1910, place and photographer unknown, via Nasjonalbiblioteket/National Library of Norway.
An unusual front stoop on Bennington Street in East Boston, near Logan Airport, next to the elevated East Boston Expressway, May 1973, by Michael Philip Manheim for DOCUMERICA, via The U.S. National Archives Commons on flickr.
I think the site of these houses is now the end of the Vienna Street exit from the expressway.
DOCUMERICA was a 1970s photography program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Manheim recorded the disruption to the lives of East Boston residents due to the expansion of Logan Airport.
There are more of his photos here.
“Christmas at ‘Ollera’ – Guyra, [New South Wales],” December 25, 1913,” via State Library of New South Wales Commons on flickr.
The photo shows members of the Everett and McKenzie families.