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Black and white photograph.
Fifty-six men and women of local area gathered together for an old colonists reunion for 1933 centenary of Toodyay.
Taken outside the Toodyay Town Hall (now known as the Toodyay Memorial Hall).
Mostly formal wear, variety of styles.

Historical information

Figures listed on plastic sleeve; J. Wroth, E. Masters, T.J. Donegan, W. Donegan, O. Whitfield, T. Hasson, H. Wood, T. Brewis, Mrs. O'Halloran.
The central figure in the front row of the group of pioneers gathered here for the Centenary celebrations is believed to be 90year old Mr Obidiah Bull.



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32 cm
Height or length
20.8000 cm
Contextual Information

The Pioneers' Dinner and Children's Dance were the final events of the Toodyay Centenary. The pioneers' reception in the afternoon was managed by the Toodyay Branch of the CWA.
A cake was presented by the CWA and the children of the two Toodyay schools. The Children's Dance was held in the evening in the Town Hall,

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Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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