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Photograph, B&W, Randolph Stow, Wesleyan Chapel, Greenough 1960


Black & white portrait orientation photograph

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The author Randolph Stow photographed outside the ruined Wesleyan Church at Greenough in May 1960.



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90 mm
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128 mm
1 mm
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Kodak stamped on reverse

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Rando;ph Stow (1935-2010) was born in Geraldton and went on to become a very significant Australian author. Two of his novels, "The Haunted Land," (1956) and "The Merry-Go-Round in the Sea" (1965) have scenes based at Greenough.

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Western Australia
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Greenough Museum and Gardens

Greenough Museum and Gardens

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Randolph Stow at Greenough

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