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Small coloured photo of a man (Peter Brunt) in shorts encouraging a snake (dugite) to the left of the doorway of Connor's Mill with woman (Sandra Cousins) in blue dress standing behind him.
Front doorway of building is brick framed granite.
Door mat in foreground.
During the time when the Toodyay Tourist Centre was in the Mill.
During a visit of students from Carlisle Primary School.

Historical information

On back of photo: in blue biro: "Peter at far end of spade. Sandra - behind Peter (she got the spade out)".In the Connor's Mill file (OGM), article in the Echo (18 Dec. 1988, p.10) about the snake (dugite)



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Item type
10.1000 cm
Height or length
12.6000 cm
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Historic significance
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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