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A black and white photo of 10 members of the Broderick family.
Mrs Broderick, third from the left in the front row is holding against her left arm, a large bouquet of flowers.
Behind the group, right of centre can be seen a Wesfarmers sign, which is located behind the track rail. Other print to the left.

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Black texta detail on reverse of photo
26 Sept 2019: Rob Broderick advised via Facebook the date of this photograph was 1985.



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Believed to have been taken for the Toodyay Tourist Centre, which promoted activities and community events and provided photos for publicity purposes. Typically the photos produced during the 1980s were in black and white.
In 1998 the Toodyay Tourist Centre Inc. amalgamated with the Shire of Toodyay and its assets, including photos held, were transferred to the Shire.

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Shire of Toodyay

Shire of Toodyay

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