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A black and white photograph of the corner of Thomas Street and Ord Street, West Perth. The region is open bushland. A sign post on the far right indicates the direction of the streets. A man wearing a bowler hat sits on the ground with his dog.

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Area is of significance because:
(a) of the age of the photograph;
(b) it shows the native vegetation as well as the effect of clearing.



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Of State significance - very early photograph of partly cleared and standing bush

Subiaco Museum

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