Resilience in Times of Adversity: Contemporary Responses to WW2 in the Blue Mountains 1939-1950 is a Blue Mountains Cultural Centre Expose Program exhibition curated by Vivienne Dadour and running from 17th August to 29th September at the Blue Mountains Cultural Centre, 30 Parke St Katoomba.
Katoomba Greets You 1939-1950Photographic Collage. Vivienne Dadour 2019
A collage of photo’s represented in the exhibition Resilience in Times of Adversity:
Contemporary Responses to WW2 and post WW2 in the Blue Mountains. Photographs
form part of an archive represented in the work Snapshots by Vivienne Dadour.
(Left to right)

    • Unknown woman, Lily Lynn nee: Walter and Anna Tonkin nee: Ankoodinoff,
      Katoomba, c1950 (Courtesy Lynn & Tonkin family archives)
    • Ben Chifley c.1943 (Courtesy Blue Mountains local History Library collection)
    • Gunner Harold Gilbert (Digger) Cooper, Australian Army, katoomba, 1942 (Courtesy
      Aunty Carol Cooper family archives)
    • Small Arms Factory Lithgow c 1940. (Courtesy Small Arms Factory Museum
    • Katoomba Greets You, AIF march from Ingleburn to Bathurst, 1940 (Courtesy Blue
      Mountains City Library, Local Studies Collection)
    • Australian Women’s Army Service-Ambulance Drivers, Elsa Wentzel (nee: Mayo), friend, Bathurst, 1942 (Courtesy Mayo family archives)
    • Fehme Joseph ( lebanese original name Ghauulaub) Lithgow, c1950,
      (Courtesy Joseph family collection).


© Resilience in Times of Adversity, 2019