ANNERLEY-STEPHENS HISTORY GROUP INC.

Our area is the suburbs and communities within the boundaries of the former Stephens Shire Council (1886-1925) which was incorporated into the Brisbane City Council in 1925. Suburbs include Yeerongpilly, Tennyson, Yeronga, Fairfield, Annerley, Tarragindi, Holland Park West, parts of Moorooka, Greenslopes.

Announcement: Summer Tryouts Begin August 28th

News

Under the Lino – The Mystery, The History, The Community [EVENT 11 April 2019]

The Under the Lino Project is a Brisbane-based community collaborative research project centred around bankbooks and money that Brisbane writer, Caylie Jeffery, found underneath the lino flooring of her 1912 Queenslander in Milton.

Hear Caylie talk about her research and how you can research similar discoveries.

Thursday 11th April 5:30pm for 6pm start at Fairfield Library, Fairfield Gardens Shopping Centre, 180 Fairfield Rd, Fairfield

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Annerley Uniting Church

Summary The Annerley Uniting Church, designed by Brisbane architects Atkinson and Conrad, was opened on 28 June 1925 as the Cracknell Road Congregational Church. The Congregational Church has a long association with the Annerley community that dates back to the 1890s...

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Upcoming Events

Girls U11 Tryouts:

Aug 02 @ 2pm-6pm …Details

Elegant Themes Classic:

Aug 02 @ 2pm-6pm …Details

Boys U14 Tryouts:

Aug 02 @ 2pm-6pm …Details

About Annerley-Stephens History Group

The Annerley History Group was founded on 02 May 2013 to promote an interest in the history of the Annerley Community. The name and the geographic area were expanded in 2014, to incorporate and reflect the interests of members. Our area is the suburbs and communities within the boundaries of the former Stephens Shire Council (1886-1925) which was incorporated into the Brisbane City Council in 1925. Suburbs include Yeerongpilly, Tennyson, Yeronga, Fairfield, Annerley, Tarragindi, Holland Park West, parts of Moorooka, Greenslopes.

Current Projects

Frank Corley was a commercial photographer who photographed almost every house in Brisbane as he drove past in his Cadillac in the early 1970’s. His wife developed the prints in a van that they had converted to a darkroom and then a team of door-to-door salespeople would sell the photos packaged in a cardboard calendar priced at 85 cents.

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