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c. 1922

Image: Faded black and white photo of Roberts family members on the verandah of 173 Hamersley Road, Subiaco. The group is standing beside a stone support to the timber verandah posts, with a flower bed edging the verandah.

Left to right: Maud Mary Roberts, Keith Gilbert Roberts standing in front of unidentified woman, Hilda Dorcas Roberts & Mabel Maud Roberts.

Historical information

The house was bought by Gilbert Wilfred Roberts circa 1922 and his mother Mary Maud, and sister Mabel Maud lived there from about 1923 until Mary Maud's death.



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78 mm
Height or length
117 mm
c. 1922
Statement of significance

Image of 173 Hamersley Road which was the Robert's family home.

Historic: Social:

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