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Author Dwyer, M. F.
Title We want the Esperance Railway [picture]
Published/Produced 1912.
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Call Number BA213/15
Description 1 negative : b&w ; 35mm.
Series Settlers at Grass Patch BA213/15
Rights advisory For personal use only. To publish or display, contact the State Library of Western Australia.
Notes Title written on negative.
This image has been preserved and made available by the Historical Records Rescue Consortium Project supported by Lotterywest.
Summary Deputation of settlers which waited on T. [Thomas] Walker M.L.A., Attorney General, on February 21st at Grass Patch, Esperance District, W.A. to lobby for the Esperance railway. People present include Mr and Mrs George Thompson (owners of Grass Patch), Mr and Mrs William Freeman, Mrs Knight, Mr Albert Shepherd, Jim Lewis, Brietag Clytie (Aboriginal servant) and Mr George Rogers.
Subjects Thompson, George -- Photographs.
Thompson, Mrs -- Photographs.
Freeman, William -- Photographs.
Freeman, Mrs -- Photographs.
Knight, Mrs -- Photographs.
Shepherd, Albert -- Photographs.
Lewis, Jim -- Photographs.
Clytie, Brietag -- Photographs.
Rogers, George -- Photographs.
Public meetings -- Western Australia -- Grass Patch -- Photographs.
Pioneers -- Western Australia -- Grass Patch -- Photographs.
Railroads -- Western Australia -- Esperance -- Photographs.
Women -- Western Australia -- Grass Patch -- Photographs.
Men -- Western Australia -- Grass Patch -- Photographs.
Grass Patch Homestead (W.A.) -- Photographs.
Related names HRRC