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Jim Haynes’ not-so-famous Aussie characters

Michael McLaren

Michael is joined each week by Aussie historian, author & entertainer Jim Haynes, for his unique knowledge of the not-so-famous characters from Australia’s history.

 

This week Jim shines the spotlight on Arthur Stace – Mr Eternity

 

Arthur Malcolm Stace (9 February 1885 – 30 July 1967) known as Mr Eternity, was an alcoholic from his teenage years until the early 1930s, when he converted to Christianity and began to spread his message by inscribing the word “Eternity” in copperplate writing with yellow chalk on footpaths and doorsteps in and around Sydney, from Martin Place to Parramatta, from 1932 to his death in 1967.

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