• Dick Street

    The Mercantile Rowing Club, established 1874 had their training establishment at 15 Dick Street. In 1886 there was a boat [...]

  • 35 Dick Street

    This house was constructed soon after 1900 by Joseph Cox (see 23 Dick Street) for his son-in-law, Alexander Ross. The [...]

  • 6 & 8 Dick Street

    In 1886 John Williams sold this land to Clara Denning of Gladesville Hospital. In 1909, she sold to Arthur Gray, [...]

  • 9 Dick Street

    In 1887 John Williams sold this land to John W. Barnes, accountant. Barnes sold to James Smith, gate keeper of [...]

  • 21 Dick Street

    John Williams sold this lot to Thomas Ayres in October 1884. In 1909 it was owned by Arthur Glover, solicitor, [...]

  • 23 Dick Street

    This house was built about 1904 from stone quarried from the site of 35 Dick Street, by Joseph Cox for [...]

  • 24 Dick Street

    Oscar Schulze, an engineer, built this house and was listed as living here in 1887. By 1890, Mrs E. Heron [...]