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Rectangle black leatherette covered camera. At the front in the middle is a round lens with two view windows above the lens and product information under the lens.
On the top, front right side is a rectangle glass viewfinder. Across the from front left

Historical information

The camera was used by Olga Beales (nee Anderson) on the family orchard at 245 Peet Road in Roleystone in the late 1940s to 1956 when the family moved to a new orchard on the corner of Railway Ave and Champion Drive. Olga took photographs of the f



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City of Armadale - History House

City of Armadale - History House

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