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Empire Day at Stirling School 1913


Black and white copy of photograph showing pupils of Stirling school and other community members posing for an 'Empire Day' photo.

Historical information

The school at Stirling location 128 was hastily constructed in the mid 1900s following the closure of nearby Stratham School.



Registration number
Item type
30 cm
Height or length
21 cm
Contextual Information

The celebration of Queen Victoria's birthday on May 24 was renamed Empire Day in 1903 after her death in 1901.

Western Australia
Shire of Capel
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Social or spiritual significance
Public Location
Ron Maidment Archives, Capel Library
Shire of Capel

Shire of Capel

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'Empire Day' Stirling School 1913
Empire Day at Stirling School 1913
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