The first photo, of John Webster, was generously provided by ex-speaker, Victor Zammit, from his website of pictures, where many more photos can be found. Victor also has a website about the afterlife: victorzammit.com
Three more of John Webster, taken in May, 1971 by Philip Ulman.
The following five photographs were also generously provided by ex-speaker, Victor Zammit. Thank you, Victor.
The photo below is of Victor Zammit himself. At one point Victor had two thousand listeners.
The three photos below were generously provided by superb photographer, Greg Dickins, who took them in 1970. He is still photographing, and teaches photography at Photo Sydney.
The photo below is of the poet, Denis Kevans, speaking in the Domain in the 1960’s. The photo appears with permission from his daughter, Sophia.
The photo below was taken in 2011, and was warmly given by photographer Melvyn Knipe, of Central Magazine. We are grateful to Melvyn and Central Magazine for their permission to use the photograph. To see some gorgeous photos visit Melvyn’s site mkphotographer.com
The photograph below might give an indication of what the outspoken Ross May spruiked. (Thanks to Victor Zammit for the photograph.) He spoke at Speakers’ Corner for many years, and riled one or two members of the Jewish community.
Helmut hasn’t always earned the favour of the police. A few months after this photo was taken an officer sent him on his way for releasing a few colourful words. See the video, Helmut’s complaint, for more details
This is Warren. For an explanation which will leave you no wiser, see the brief video below. (Photo Dec 2012)
It’s charming that Warren advocates anarchy, yet isn’t game to state the name of the organisation he is rebelling against.
Armita Abdollahian took these two photos of Steve in July, 2016. Thank you, Armita.
Here is another. What a difference colour and expression can make!
We have a pretty good backdrop!
Thank you to Jamie Honan for the photograph above.