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TOODYAY SCHOOL; STUDENTS

1953
Subcollections
Overview

Black and white print of forty-eight students from Toodyay Duke Street School.
Students shown are in standard one and two from 1953. They appear to be standing and sitting.Most names not known.
Building in background shows scalloped woodwork above a large entry in centre of a wall with part of a window in upper left corner.

Historical information

2nd row, 2nd from left is Gwenda McGill of Bolgart

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-37-1999.19
Width
24 cm
Height or length
15.5000 cm
Contextual Information

In 1953, the Toodyay School (also known locally as the Duke Street School) had 203 students. In 1954 the new Toodyay District High School opened and the Duke Street School closed.

Country
Australia
State
Western Australia
Year
1953
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

Organisation Details
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