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B/W Copy. Baths supported on piles. Jetty access to central entry with sundeck above. Weatherboard back of changing cubicles on northern and western sides. 2 corner structures: closest Swimming Club rooms, furthest part of lessee's living quarters. Toilets project between entry and corner structures, serviced by narrow walkway also giving access to moored boats. 2 boats anchored in calm shallow water between Baths and foreshore. Houses and trees of eastern end of Freshwater Bay in background.



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Claremont Museum

Claremont Museum

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