Sydney’s elected aldermen have included a department store founder, a Japanese prisoner-of-war survivor, a Kings Cross Waxworks manager, a convict, and a few illegitimate sons of convicts. Discover some of the interesting people who have represented Sydney’s residents on the council and learn more about the Sydney’s Aldermen website. Presented by historians Laila Ellmoos and Lisa Murray.
The City of Sydney is a proud participant in History Week, the statewide festival coordinated by the History Council of NSW. For more events visit historyweek.com.au
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