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TOODYAY CEMETERY; PLAQUE

1982
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Overview

Black and white print of a metal plaque attached to a brick wall at the Toodyay Cemetary. Plaque is silver and reads: This portion of the cemetery was officially opened for use by Cr. Geoff Ludemann President of the Toodyay Shire Council on 14th December 1982. The plaque is held in place with four flat headed screws also appearing to be silver in colour.

Historical information

This potion of the cementary was officially opend by Cr Geoff Ludeman, President of the Toodyay Shire Council. 14th December 1982

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Registration number
cwa-org-37-2000.97
Item type
Material
Width
17 cm
Depth
12.5000 cm
Year
1982
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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