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THREE MEN AND A BULLDOZER

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Overview

A black and white photo of a large bulldozer which is central to the photo.
Lifted soil surrounds it and the backdrop is native bush.
A Mr Ferguson is in the driver's seat and 2 men in suits, one man is smoking a pipe, are standing to either side of the machine. "Le Tourneau" is printed on the dozer above the driver

Historical information

Dallas Ludemann, Road Board Chairman (1960-1961), Ced Ferguson, foreman, and John Pedder, Road Board Secretary (1954-1961).

Details

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Registration number
cwa-org-37-2001.1084
Item type
Inscriptions and markings

Written on reverse of photo in blue biro is " Lt to Rt DAL Ludeman- Pres, Furguson Foreman, John Pedder Shire Clerk"

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Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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