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Title: Children at Coogee School
Imprint: 1912
Notes: From the Turner Collection. On display in Wall Unit C in the Azelia Ley Museum. AL85.93.9
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Summary: Coogee State School was established in 1894, and served the children of the market gardener families who lived there. This photo was taken around 1912, when the school had about 40 pupils. The head teacher was Mr. Hatfield, and Miss Beatrice Follington was his assistant.
Subject: Schoolchildren
Cockburn Region (W.A.) -- Coogee (W.A.) -- Schools
Cockburn Region (W.A.) -- Coogee (W.A.)
Children at Coogee School

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