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Black and white copy of a group of approximately fifty children and twenty adults.
All are well dressed.
Girls are wearing ribbons and headbands.
Men and boys both are dressed in collars and ties.
Women are dressed in high necked gowns and all have similar hair styles.
Photo has been taken inside a room.
Door at rear left. Chairs against rear wall . Room painted dark colour below dado, lighter colour above.

Historical information

This photograph has possibly been taken in the Toodyay Town Hall (now the Toodyay Memorial Hall).



Registration number
24.5000 cm
Height or length
16 cm
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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