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TOODYAY SCHOOL; WA CENTENARY PICNIC AT TOODYAY SHOWGROUNDS

1929
Overview

Black and white print of students and staff.
Students and staff attend a school picnic at the Toodyay Showgrounds to celebrate State Centenary in 1929.
A picket fence directly behind group, over at right centre is a group of five adults.
There is a house in the background beyond oval.

Historical information

Previous registration number TCH 83:127

Details

Details

Registration number
cwa-org-37-1999.18
Width
22.3000 cm
Height or length
14.1000 cm
Themes
Year
1929
Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

Organisation Details
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