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Part 1 Family

2017
Overview

Video

Historical information

This video is a compilation of personal interviews from Grace O'Neill, Pat Reeve, Tim Larsen and John Tillman former residents of Donnelly River a Bunnings timber milling village.

Details

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Registration number
cwa-org-21-Video.8.2.1
Contextual Information

The video depicts the family life of the residents and workers in the Bunnings timber village of Donnelly River in the late 1950's to late 1960's.

Place made
Perth
WA
Australia
Year
2017
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Social or spiritual significance
Permissions

Authorisation to reproduce, public or display must be obtained from the Friends Of Donnelly Village Inc.

Attribution requirements

Acknowledgements to be made to Friends of Donnelly Village Inc.

Friends of Donnelly Village Inc (FODV)

Friends of Donnelly Village Inc (FODV)

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Compilation of personal interviews about their time in the Bunning timber milling village at Donnelly River during the late 1950's to late 1960's.