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St James Anglican Church, South Greenough.

1950
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Overview

black and white photograph of a church

Historical information

St James' Church was built by Joseph Holwan in 1872 on land at South Greenough donated by William Stokes. The church was consecrated by Bishop Hale on 27 July 1873.

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Details

Registration number
cwa-org-72-GMME1043
Item type
Width
60 mm
Height or length
86 mm
Depth
1 mm
Themes
Keywords
Place made
Greenough
Western Australia
Australia
Year
1950
Primary significance criteria
Social or spiritual significance
Comparative significance criteria
Well provenanced
Greenough Museum and Gardens

Greenough Museum and Gardens

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St James Anglican Church, South Greenough
St James Anglican Church, South Greenough, 1950.

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