||Lurking in the lanes : a back fence history of the lanes and little streets of Port Phillip : exhibition catalogue 1998 / Port Phillip City Art and Heritage Unit.
||City of Port Phillip, 1998.
|| 28 p. : ill., facsims, pbk ; 30 cm.
||Early development p4. Subdivision - first R.O.W.s and homes p4. St Kilda Hill p4. Elwood p4. Port Melbourne p5. Emerald Hill p5. Coventry Place, Emerald Hill p5. Lane making 'a particular piece of land' : defining streets and lanes p6. Peckville Street and the case of Port Melbourne Borough Council v. Patrick McCarthy p7. How a right-of-way was formed in 1888 p7. Lanes that have disappeared: Reilly's Lane p8. Squalor and nuisance - sewerage, sanitation and disease: Cesspits p9. Earth Closet p9. The single pan system p9. Two pan system p10. Sewerage system p10. Septic tank p10. Sanitation p10. Horses and street cleaning p10. Disease p10. The milk trade and health p11. Front door or back gate - living, working and other 'goings-on' in lanes: McArthur Place, South Melbourne p12. Montague p12. Tin Pot Alleys p12. Slum clearance and Park Towers p13. Dairies p14. Taggart and Sons p14. Gladysdale Dairy, Port Melbourne p14. Stables and garages p15. Stables in St Kilda p15. Bottle collecting p15. SP Bookies, Port and South Melbourne p15. Pawnbrokers p16. Counterfeit coining in a Port Melbourne lane p16. Thieving from lanes p16. The Glee Club p16.Lanes now: Pedestrian access p17. Prostitution in lanes p17. Injecting drug use in lanes p17. Our changing lanes p18. Reserve Place p18. Athol Lodge, St Kilda p18. Lane naming competition p18..
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