Cowles Road

  • Memories of 59 Cowles Road  c. 1944—1962 – Douglas M Saunders

    59 Cowles Road, c. 1950 I grew up in this home, where I lived with my parents and grandmother from about 4-21 (when I left home, and Mos… more

  • An auspicious intersection  1945—1957 – Brucey M.

    When travelling east on Military Road, in the late 40s early 50s, you reach the cross road / intersection of Cowles Road. On each corner of this cross… more

  • 59 Cowles Road  c. 1950 – Douglas M Saunders

    I have found an old black and white photo taken about 1950. There were no trees in the street, but the garage had been built, so we had a car by then.… more

  • Memories of 52 Cowles Road, Mosman, 1957 - 1971  1957—late 1960s – Paul Morrison (formerly Hastie, my stepfather's surname)

    We moved into 52 Cowles Road, Mosman in 1957 when Mosman was still a working class suburb. I remember Mum telling me some years later that the house w… more

  • GOING TO SCHOOL IN MOSMAN (1)  1958—1961 – Paul Morrison (formerly Paul Hastie)

    All the schools were close by and within walking distance of our house, 52 Cowles Road. The first school I attended (in 1958) was MOSMAN KINDERGARTEN… more

  • GOING TO SCHOOL IN MOSMAN (2)  1962—1965 – Paul Morrison (formerly Paul Hastie)

    PREPARATIONS FOR PRIMARY SCHOOL: The day before school began at Mosman Primary, (it was the end of January 1962 at the close of the six-week Christmas… more

  • The First Council Clean Up  1962 – Paul Morrison (formerly Paul Hastie)

    I think the year was 1962. Mosman Council had announced its first council clean up whereby residents were urged to put any unwanted ‘rubbish’ on the k… more

  • GOING TO SCHOOL IN MOSMAN (3)  1966—1970 – Paul Morrison (formerly Paul Hastie)

    MOSMAN HIGH SCHOOL, (1966 – 1970) was on the other side of the white line from the Primary School, that is, on the Belmont Road side of the block. It… more