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Photograph - Three Men Boating, Canning Bridge, 1911

1911
Overview

Black and white photograph of river and end of Canning Bridge. Small motor boat 'Perfection/C.Y.C.' in foreground with three men on board. The Union Jack flag flying at stern of boat. Caption - 'Canning Bridge 1911' on back. 'Canning Bridge WA / 27.12.11' written on front in lower right of photograph.

Historical information

Ben Odnott, Bill and Elgar Althorp at Oddfellows Picnic.

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-137-P11
Item type
Width
93 mm
Height or length
142 mm
Inscriptions and markings

Caption - 'Canning Bridge 1911' on back. 'Canning Bridge WA / 27.12.11' written on front in lower right of photograph.

Place made
Applecross
Western Australia
Australia
Year
1911
City of Melville Museums

City of Melville Museums

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photograph of three men in a boat

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