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Black and white image, group portrait of fourteen people including members of the Moir and Dunn family from the Geat Southern Region in front of a residence c1910.

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This image was printed in the Albany Advertiser, History Mysteries section 6th January 1998. People identified - Sitting L to R 1:unknown, 2:Andrew Greynada Moir Jr, 3: Andrew Moir, 4: Emma Amelia Moir(nee Chester), 5: Lionel Moir (on ground) son of Andrew, 6: Governess (unnamed), 7: Ernest Moir - son of Andrew and Emma. Standing L to R 1: Unknown, 2: Unknown, 3: Mr Irvin Dunn, 4: Mr Jack Adams, 5: Mr Herbert Dunn, 6: Unknown, 7: Verandah - Mr Northey.



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Albany Historical Society Inc

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