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Black and white print of a new section of the Toodyay Cemetery being opened.
Father John Lisle, Roman Catholic dean at Northam, and Father Andrew Donald, Anglican pastor of Toodyay, Salvation Army Officer, and Mr Geoff Ludemann, Shire President are seen entering the cemetery with a curved brick gateway to the left.
One steel gate is open, one closed behind which is a small group of people. (Note: details printed in ink on the back)

Historical information

Names on rear of photograph; Father John Lisle - Dean of Northam, Geoff Ludeman - Shire President, Father Andrew Donald of St Stephen's Anglican Church Toodyay. Salvation Army Officer and Mr Geoff Ludemann - Shire President.



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11.5000 cm
Height or length
15.7000 cm
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Pam Masters

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Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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