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B&W photo of group of high school aged boys & girls with their teacher sitting central to the front row.
The back and middle row are standing & the front row is sitting.
Back row L-R Maxwell Wroth, Reg Twine, Peter Somers, Harry Cook, Ken Brown, Garney Smith,
Centre row: L-R Hazel Wroth, Bill Page, Malcom Butterly, Bernie Wroth, Lindsay Hilbrick, Deb Wroth, Jim Pollitt, Max Morgan, Laura Baty,
Front row: L-R Ronnie McDermott, Peg Batty, Yvonne Wroth, Daphne Ellery, Jean Wood, Shirley Wroth, Hilda Sly, Dulcie Herrod, Kath Lloyd, Bertha Rogers.



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Lafayette Studios

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The old Newcastle School, located on Duke Street, was the first purpose built school in the new town site of Toodyay (then known as Newcastle). It operated as a school from 1887 to 1954.

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Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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