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Title: Baby from Stook family
Imprint: ca.1920 - 1930
Notes: From the Thorsager collection. AL.93.31.B
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Summary: Baby Stook aged 7 months. James Stook came to Spearwood from Adelaide in the early 1910s and found work on the Coogee lime kilns. Failing health due to the demanding work saw him purchase a block of land on Garden Road and started a market garden.
Subject: Stook, James Arthur
Baby from Stook family

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