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MRS EUPHEMIA MACKINTOSH (NEE DRUMMOND) AND DAUGHTER MADGE

1914
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Overview

A black & white photo of Euphemia Mackintosh (1826-1921) sitting in a high backed cane wheel chair; behind which her daughter Madge (Christina Margaret Mackintosh 1866-1940) is standing.
To the left of both is a corner section of the Glendearg Homestead and paddocks beyond.
Mrs Mackintosh is wearing a long skirt and buttoned jacket with a cap upon her head.

Historical information

Euphemia (1826-1921) was the daughter of botanist James Drummond Snr and Sarah Drummond. She came to WA with her parents in the Parmelia in 1829. She married Ewan MackIntosh in 1849, at age 23.

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-37-2001.1373
Item type
Width
8.2000 cm
Height or length
10.6000 cm
Inscriptions and markings

On back of image: in black ink 'June 1914'; in blue ink 'Euphemia MacKintosh (nee Drummond) with daughter Madge MacKintosh'.

Year
1914
Primary significance criteria
Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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