Victoria Gold Mine Kanowna showing wooden headframe and group of men. Writing on photo "W.J. Beck, Chairman of Directors, M. Sheard Manager, J.W. Pascoe Underground Manager, Kanowna, W.A., July, 25th, 1916.
Kalgurli Gold Mine staff dinner. Apparently taken in the office - Note Safe under Flag at right, Electric Fan and Lights. Large group of men seated at dinner table, Frederick George Brinsden is 5th man standing on right under light.
Group Portrait of Womens Christian Temperance Union Group. Mrs Annie Throssell presents banner to local W.C.T Group. Lady 2nd row from back far left: Sister Mildred Fairclough, 'Sister of the People' pioneer nussing sister 1896 trained in Adelaide. Lady in centre in dark dress: Mrs Annie Throssell wife of George Throosell MLA & Comm of lands and who was sympathetic to womens causes. Lady to right of Mrs Throssell Mrs R Hamilton wife of Richard Hamilton manager of Great Boulder Mine. L:ady seated in middle front row: Mrs Olive Carter
Large Wedding group in front of Hessian Houses, Mr John Hurley (groom) Bride Ethel ?, Bride and Groom in middle. Lady next to groom Ellen Hurley (sister to groom), seated next to her is grooms parents Mary Anne Hurley and Daniel Hurley, next to them Christina and Johnathon Vickers and child. Girl on rug far left Catherine Hurley, boy next to her is William Hurley. Man standing on far right is Daniel Hurley next to him Martin Collins. Man seated third from right Charles Hurley
Wedding Group, Mr Bernadio Battaglia (Groom) and Katie Silke (Bride). Bride standing with long dress, hat and bouquet, groom seated, two women seated with long dresses and hats. Woman standing with long dress and hat, two groomsmen standing. Woman on far left Eleanor Summers, balding man behind her is Peter Zappa. Woman to right of bride is sister Ellen (Nellie) Silke who married Robert Mutzig in 1909.
Kurrawang**? see below Firewood Co. Woodline Train at Kurrawang pulling Wagons loaded with wood. Group of men standing near Train. S.A. Premier and party.NOTE:" Locoo "Ivanhoe" an O class 2-8-0 type loco, #219 purchased from the WA Government Railways in October 1908 by the ** WA Goldfields Firewood Supply Ltd for hauling firewood trains into Kurrawang. Named IVANHOE by the company, later numbered #1 (about 1924)" - SOURCE- Mr Adrian Gunzburg, 9 Foster Ave, Glenhuntly, Vic 3163 (14/8/95)