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Ethel Parker photograph album


Photograph album

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Photograph album containing images of Roebourne, Cossack, Point Samson, Chirrita Homestead, Millstream Homestead, Tambrey Station, Wittrenoom, Hamersley Range, state ships, Whim Creek, Mount Florence Homestead.
Images of people and places from the 1930s



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This album belonged to Ethel Parker who was the matron at Roebourne Hospital October 1933 - January 1938

City of Karratha Local History Archives

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Ethel Parker Photograph Album
Ethel Parker Photograph Album
Ethel Parker Photograph Album
Ethel Parker Photograph Album
Ethel Parker Photograph Album

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