||Guglielmo Paganoni arrived in Australia in 1923, originating from Sondrio, Northern Italy. His wife Alessandrina and eldest daughter Florence and son Alfred joined him in 1926. They had land at Bibra Lake and worked a market garden, making wine from local grapes, where the rest of their family was born over the next several years. Guglielmo was not interned during the war, but was drafted into the Civil Aliens Corps and sent to work on a farm near Williams. Left to right: Florence, Edda (front), William (baby), Alessandrina Paganoni (nee Mottarelli), Guglielmo, Alfred.