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Allora

contributed by JohnH, taken on 31 December 2015
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Mary Poppins' House. This house was the home of Travers and Margaret Golf and their three daughters from 1905 to 1907. One of these daughters was Helen Lyndon Golf who wrote under the pen name Pamela Lyndon Travers the author of Mary Poppins. Travers was the manager of the Australian Joint Stock Bank which was located in the house. It is believed that the house was designed by D.G. Stanley (Queensland Colonial Architect 187281) who designed many public buildings in Queensland, He aslo in private practice designed many buildings including the National Bank and St David's church in Allora.

This picture is also part of the Bonzle Churches (open in new window) photo collection.