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MISS J M BRADLEY AND TWO COMPANIONS

c. 1930
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Overview

A black and white photo of a Miss J M Bradley and two companions, all connected to Wattening School at the time.
They are standing in a lightly treed area with mainly everlastings around them.
They are each holding a bunch of these flowers.

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-37-2001.1333
Item type
Width
6.5000 mm
Height or length
11 mm
Inscriptions and markings

Written on the reverse of photo: in pencil : "Miss Bradley"; number 775.

Contextual Information

After the Bolgart Estate was established in 1906 and with the railway through from Toodyay in 1909, a new community was established in the Wattening area.
The main families in the area were the Camerers and the Ludemans. The Wattening settlers soon required mail and educational services. In 1912 the timber Temperance Hall was constructed and was used as a school, church and community meeting place. Town picnics were a popular event. The materials from this demolished hall were used to build the Bolgart Hall.
http://inherit.stateheritage.wa.gov.au/Public/Inventory/Details/82c6c70c-ad52-485e-8550-0c0162060ce7

Year
c. 1930
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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