This intriguing image has just appeared and comes from an official open library source.
It is fascinating, and research shows it was taken in the Sydney park at Bronte beach in 1939.
We don’t know who the six young ladies are, or why they are with the S.S.1 Four Light saloon – complete with stylish optional ACE wheel discs and a very bad front type!
We also can’t identify the car as there is no restoration plate or any distinguishing marks.
Remarkably enough, those beach shelters remain and are virtually identical today, but the hill behind is all housing.
Can anyone tell us anything more about this image and its content?
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