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Photograph of two boys with bicycles

c. 1938

Black and white photograph of two boys with bicycles.

Historical information

Peter Maley (foreground), with unknown boy in background.
Peter Maley was born 1/11/1923, the only son of Septimus Frank and Frances (Fanny) Isabella Maley (nee Hamersley).
He died from injuries on 25/06/1938, after being hit by a car whilst riding his bicycle in Geraldton.



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Item type
85 mm
Height or length
58 mm
1 mm
Place made
Western Australia
c. 1938
Primary significance criteria
Social or spiritual significance
Comparative significance criteria
Interpretive capacity
Well provenanced
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Peter Maley and a friend
Peter Maley and a friend c1938

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