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unique identifier description date authors people places
Hancox family in the garden at Caija 2020-06-06 1:20:00 AM Caija
Jonathan Tong Barker, D.Sc. June 2020
Snowy fields and ruins Photo of snowy field with ruins. Pencil inscription on reverse: "N Hancox" June 2020 [[Joan Nyria Denton-Barker (née Hancox)]] Joan Nyria Denton-Barker (née Hancox)
Nyria and Geoffrey c. 1922 June 2020
Geoffrey's 5th birthday c. 1916 June 2020
Tom and Mary Barker's grave, Toxteth Park Cemetery 2018-10-17 2:56:00 PM Julia Denton-Barker Thomas Henry Barker Mary Ellen Barker (née Moulsdale) Liverpool Toxteth Park Cemetery
Small Bougainvillea flower.jpg 2016-03-10 Sam's archives
'Captain Hussey' at Settlement railway station (Rottnest).jpg 2015-05-24 4:51:00 AM
FSPS box, A to Chester.JPG Archive box of the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey. 2014-09-06 9:07:27 AM Sam Wilson
2013-06-14 Clontarf-Mather.jpg 2013-06-14 6:40:16 AM Sam Wilson
2013-06-09 1202 Bus stop on Rockingham Road near the train line.jpg 2013-06-09 12:02:09 PM Sam wilson
2013-06-09 1105 Building site on Southwell Crescent.jpg 2013-06-09 11:05:02 AM Sam Wilson
Fortress named a heritage icon Also archived at https://www.webcitation.org/6YFHtUpaU 2010-11-10 9:55:00 PM Kent Acott Lilian Jessie Rae Hussey (née Wilson) Bertram Frank Hussey Fremantle
2007-06-11 The shops.jpg 2007-06-11 12:00:00 AM Sam's archives
2007-06-11 After turning the corner.jpg 2007-06-11 12:00:00 AM Sam's archives
2007-06-11 The-park-west-of-MacKennal.jpg 2007-06-11 12:00:00 AM Sam's archives
2007-06-11 Foot-on-worn-lawn.jpg 2007-06-11 12:00:00 AM Sam's archives
2007-06-11 Black-friendly-cat.jpg 2007-06-11 12:00:00 AM Sam's archives
2007-06-11 Worn-corner-shortcut.jpg 2007-06-11 12:00:00 AM Sam's archives
2007-06-11 Brick-boundary-box-thing.jpg 2007-06-11 12:00:00 AM Sam's archives
2007-06-11 South-along-MacKennal.jpg 2007-06-11 12:00:00 AM Sam's archives
Virginia Grebenik obituary 2006 Virginia Kathleen Denton Grebenik (née Barker)
Sam's wheelbarrow and writing desk.jpg 2003-11-04 12:00:00 AM Sam's archives
In front of the Cossack Courthouse, 1992 1992-06-01 Cossack
Coincident regarding an interview on 6WF A recollection by H. Margaret Hall of a radio interview she gave in 1992 which resulted in her being sent the Statement of William Shakespeare Hall of the schooner Ethel in reference to the late hurricane of the 7th inst. The full text of that document is online at wikisource:Account of the schooner Ethel being caught in a cyclone. 1992-01-01 Helen Margaret Wilson (née Hall) William Shakespeare Hall Helen Margaret Wilson (née Hall)
Death certificate for Ralph Denton-Barker Record of death, registration number 3698/1990 (formerly recorded as D C 1240 1990 M), registered . 1990-11-09 A. D. Crockett Ralph Munday Denton-Barker Upper Scamander Tasmania
Marg, Con, and Joan Duplicate print of Margaret, Joan, and Constance in Perth. 1990-01-01 Helen Margaret Wilson (née Hall) Constance Boyd Berryman (née Hall) Joan Leake Salom (née Hall)
Hall Family Tree by Margaret Wilson Large family tree approx 4 m x 0.5 m. 1990 Helen Margaret Wilson (née Hall)
Hall family seal This seal and the duelling pistols were donated to the Western Australian Museum c. 1990. 1990-01-01
Hall family duelling pistols These pistols and the family seal were donated to the Western Australian Museum c. 1990. [Citation needed] 1990-01-01
Old shearer's buildings at Kanyaka 1989
Gwyn Hutchinson, 1987 1987-08-18 Gwynneth Winifred Hutchinson (née Hall) Congdon Street
C.B. Berryman 1983 This file is also at https://archive.org/details/C.B.Berryman1983 1983 Constance Boyd Berryman (née Hall)
Virginia and Sam, 1982 1982-12-01 Virginia Kathleen Denton Grebenik (née Barker)
Grebby with Sam and Thomas, December 1982 December 1982 Eugene Grebenik
Papers about the FotBL and ASA Collection of minutes, forms, leaflets, newsletters, notices of events etc. relating to both the Friends of Battye Library and the Australian Society of Archivists (Perth Branch). 1980-01-01 Helen Margaret Wilson (née Hall)
Wongon Farm faded colour photo Shearing shed and silo at Wungong Farm, Perth, Western Australia. 1980-01-01 Wongong Western Australia
FSPS South Terrace 066, No. 180, 13-A-7 1980.png From the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey, date unknown (probably 1978).

This photograph was taken as part of the photographic survey that was undertaken in the late 1970s and early '80s by the Fremantle Society, aiming to collect a comprehensive collection of photos of Fremantle buildings.

  • Description:
  • Section: 13
  • Cell: A
  • Street: South Terrace
  • Film Roll: 7
  • Classification: black
  • Coordinates:

The classifications (coloured stickers on the photos) have the following meanings:

1. Red dot with black slash
Buildings of outstanding or unusual character and architectural significance. These were to be recommended to the National Trust for immediate classification, and recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
2. Red dot
Buildings which should be preserved because of their contribution to the unique character of Fremantle. These were to be recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
3. Brown dot
Buildings which should be included on a Council Register of buildings to be preserved because of their potential to be evaluated to 'red dot' classification.
4. Black dot
Buildings that offer little or no contribution to the unique character of Fremantle.
5. Yellow dot
Buildings which do not, strictly speaking, fall into category 1, 2, or 3 but which contribute positively to the built environment. These are mainly houses of the Federation period, early 20th Century buildings whose form and materials fit well with the earlier architecture. Some interesting modern buildings are included in this category.
6. Green dot next to one of the above
These are buildings which were already classified or recorded by the National Trust. Many of these buildings lost their recorded status when the Trust changed to a single classification. Many buildings which were classified when the survey was done are not identified in this way.
1980 [[wikipedia:Fremantle Society|Fremantle Society]]
FSPS Alma Street, Aspect of no 132 South Terrace, 12-2-A, 1979.png From the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey, date unknown (probably 1978).

This photograph was taken as part of the photographic survey that was undertaken in the late 1970s and early '80s by the Fremantle Society, aiming to collect a comprehensive collection of photos of Fremantle buildings.

  • Description:
  • Section: 12
  • Cell: A
  • Street: Alma Street
  • Film Roll: 2
  • Classification: black
  • Coordinates:

The classifications (coloured stickers on the photos) have the following meanings:

1. Red dot with black slash
Buildings of outstanding or unusual character and architectural significance. These were to be recommended to the National Trust for immediate classification, and recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
2. Red dot
Buildings which should be preserved because of their contribution to the unique character of Fremantle. These were to be recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
3. Brown dot
Buildings which should be included on a Council Register of buildings to be preserved because of their potential to be evaluated to 'red dot' classification.
4. Black dot
Buildings that offer little or no contribution to the unique character of Fremantle.
5. Yellow dot
Buildings which do not, strictly speaking, fall into category 1, 2, or 3 but which contribute positively to the built environment. These are mainly houses of the Federation period, early 20th Century buildings whose form and materials fit well with the earlier architecture. Some interesting modern buildings are included in this category.
6. Green dot next to one of the above
These are buildings which were already classified or recorded by the National Trust. Many of these buildings lost their recorded status when the Trust changed to a single classification. Many buildings which were classified when the survey was done are not identified in this way.
1979 [[wikipedia:Fremantle Society|Fremantle Society]]
FSPS Alma Street, No 7A (2), 12-2-A, 1979.png From the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey, date unknown (probably 1978).

This photograph was taken as part of the photographic survey that was undertaken in the late 1970s and early '80s by the Fremantle Society, aiming to collect a comprehensive collection of photos of Fremantle buildings.

  • Description:
  • Section: 12
  • Cell: A
  • Street: Alma Street
  • Film Roll: 2
  • Classification: black
  • Coordinates:

The classifications (coloured stickers on the photos) have the following meanings:

1. Red dot with black slash
Buildings of outstanding or unusual character and architectural significance. These were to be recommended to the National Trust for immediate classification, and recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
2. Red dot
Buildings which should be preserved because of their contribution to the unique character of Fremantle. These were to be recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
3. Brown dot
Buildings which should be included on a Council Register of buildings to be preserved because of their potential to be evaluated to 'red dot' classification.
4. Black dot
Buildings that offer little or no contribution to the unique character of Fremantle.
5. Yellow dot
Buildings which do not, strictly speaking, fall into category 1, 2, or 3 but which contribute positively to the built environment. These are mainly houses of the Federation period, early 20th Century buildings whose form and materials fit well with the earlier architecture. Some interesting modern buildings are included in this category.
6. Green dot next to one of the above
These are buildings which were already classified or recorded by the National Trust. Many of these buildings lost their recorded status when the Trust changed to a single classification. Many buildings which were classified when the survey was done are not identified in this way.
1979 [[wikipedia:Fremantle Society|Fremantle Society]]
FSPS Alma Street, No 7A, 12-2-A, 1979.png From the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey, date unknown (probably 1978).

This photograph was taken as part of the photographic survey that was undertaken in the late 1970s and early '80s by the Fremantle Society, aiming to collect a comprehensive collection of photos of Fremantle buildings.

  • Description:
  • Section: 12
  • Cell: A
  • Street: Alma Street
  • Film Roll: 2
  • Classification: black
  • Coordinates:

The classifications (coloured stickers on the photos) have the following meanings:

1. Red dot with black slash
Buildings of outstanding or unusual character and architectural significance. These were to be recommended to the National Trust for immediate classification, and recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
2. Red dot
Buildings which should be preserved because of their contribution to the unique character of Fremantle. These were to be recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
3. Brown dot
Buildings which should be included on a Council Register of buildings to be preserved because of their potential to be evaluated to 'red dot' classification.
4. Black dot
Buildings that offer little or no contribution to the unique character of Fremantle.
5. Yellow dot
Buildings which do not, strictly speaking, fall into category 1, 2, or 3 but which contribute positively to the built environment. These are mainly houses of the Federation period, early 20th Century buildings whose form and materials fit well with the earlier architecture. Some interesting modern buildings are included in this category.
6. Green dot next to one of the above
These are buildings which were already classified or recorded by the National Trust. Many of these buildings lost their recorded status when the Trust changed to a single classification. Many buildings which were classified when the survey was done are not identified in this way.
1979 [[wikipedia:Fremantle Society|Fremantle Society]]
FSPS Alma Street, Parking lot next to no 7A, 12-2-A, 1979.png From the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey, date unknown (probably 1978).

This photograph was taken as part of the photographic survey that was undertaken in the late 1970s and early '80s by the Fremantle Society, aiming to collect a comprehensive collection of photos of Fremantle buildings.

  • Description:
  • Section: 12
  • Cell: A
  • Street: Alma Street
  • Film Roll: 2
  • Classification: black
  • Coordinates:

The classifications (coloured stickers on the photos) have the following meanings:

1. Red dot with black slash
Buildings of outstanding or unusual character and architectural significance. These were to be recommended to the National Trust for immediate classification, and recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
2. Red dot
Buildings which should be preserved because of their contribution to the unique character of Fremantle. These were to be recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
3. Brown dot
Buildings which should be included on a Council Register of buildings to be preserved because of their potential to be evaluated to 'red dot' classification.
4. Black dot
Buildings that offer little or no contribution to the unique character of Fremantle.
5. Yellow dot
Buildings which do not, strictly speaking, fall into category 1, 2, or 3 but which contribute positively to the built environment. These are mainly houses of the Federation period, early 20th Century buildings whose form and materials fit well with the earlier architecture. Some interesting modern buildings are included in this category.
6. Green dot next to one of the above
These are buildings which were already classified or recorded by the National Trust. Many of these buildings lost their recorded status when the Trust changed to a single classification. Many buildings which were classified when the survey was done are not identified in this way.
1979 [[wikipedia:Fremantle Society|Fremantle Society]]
FSPS Alma Street, South Terrace Primary School area, 12-2-C, 1979.png From the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey, date unknown (probably 1978).

This photograph was taken as part of the photographic survey that was undertaken in the late 1970s and early '80s by the Fremantle Society, aiming to collect a comprehensive collection of photos of Fremantle buildings.

  • Description: South Terrace Primary School
  • Section: 12
  • Cell: C
  • Street: Alma Street
  • Film Roll: 2
  • Classification: black
  • Coordinates:

The classifications (coloured stickers on the photos) have the following meanings:

1. Red dot with black slash
Buildings of outstanding or unusual character and architectural significance. These were to be recommended to the National Trust for immediate classification, and recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
2. Red dot
Buildings which should be preserved because of their contribution to the unique character of Fremantle. These were to be recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
3. Brown dot
Buildings which should be included on a Council Register of buildings to be preserved because of their potential to be evaluated to 'red dot' classification.
4. Black dot
Buildings that offer little or no contribution to the unique character of Fremantle.
5. Yellow dot
Buildings which do not, strictly speaking, fall into category 1, 2, or 3 but which contribute positively to the built environment. These are mainly houses of the Federation period, early 20th Century buildings whose form and materials fit well with the earlier architecture. Some interesting modern buildings are included in this category.
6. Green dot next to one of the above
These are buildings which were already classified or recorded by the National Trust. Many of these buildings lost their recorded status when the Trust changed to a single classification. Many buildings which were classified when the survey was done are not identified in this way.
1979 [[wikipedia:Fremantle Society|Fremantle Society]]
FSPS Alma Street, No 21, 12-2-A, 1979.png From the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey, date unknown (probably 1978).

This photograph was taken as part of the photographic survey that was undertaken in the late 1970s and early '80s by the Fremantle Society, aiming to collect a comprehensive collection of photos of Fremantle buildings.

  • Description:
  • Section: 12
  • Cell: A
  • Street: Alma Street
  • Film Roll: 2
  • Classification: brown
  • Coordinates:

The classifications (coloured stickers on the photos) have the following meanings:

1. Red dot with black slash
Buildings of outstanding or unusual character and architectural significance. These were to be recommended to the National Trust for immediate classification, and recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
2. Red dot
Buildings which should be preserved because of their contribution to the unique character of Fremantle. These were to be recommended for inclusion on a Council Register.
3. Brown dot
Buildings which should be included on a Council Register of buildings to be preserved because of their potential to be evaluated to 'red dot' classification.
4. Black dot
Buildings that offer little or no contribution to the unique character of Fremantle.
5. Yellow dot
Buildings which do not, strictly speaking, fall into category 1, 2, or 3 but which contribute positively to the built environment. These are mainly houses of the Federation period, early 20th Century buildings whose form and materials fit well with the earlier architecture. Some interesting modern buildings are included in this category.
6. Green dot next to one of the above
These are buildings which were already classified or recorded by the National Trust. Many of these buildings lost their recorded status when the Trust changed to a single classification. Many buildings which were classified when the survey was done are not identified in this way.
1979 [[wikipedia:Fremantle Society|Fremantle Society]]
FSPS Attfield Street, No 100, 17-3-O, 1979.png From the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey, date unknown (probably 1978).

This photograph was taken as part of the photographic survey that was undertaken in the late 1970s and early '80s by the Fremantle Society, aiming to collect a comprehensive collection of photos of Fremantle buildings.

1979 [[wikipedia:Fremantle Society|Fremantle Society]]
FSPS Attfield Street, No 102, 17-3-O, 1979.png From the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey, date unknown (probably 1978).

This photograph was taken as part of the photographic survey that was undertaken in the late 1970s and early '80s by the Fremantle Society, aiming to collect a comprehensive collection of photos of Fremantle buildings.

1979 [[wikipedia:Fremantle Society|Fremantle Society]]
FSPS Attfield Street, No 104, 17-3-O, 1979.png From the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey, date unknown (probably 1978).

This photograph was taken as part of the photographic survey that was undertaken in the late 1970s and early '80s by the Fremantle Society, aiming to collect a comprehensive collection of photos of Fremantle buildings.

1979 [[wikipedia:Fremantle Society|Fremantle Society]]
FSPS Attfield Street, No 106, 17-3-O, 1979.png From the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey, date unknown (probably 1978).

This photograph was taken as part of the photographic survey that was undertaken in the late 1970s and early '80s by the Fremantle Society, aiming to collect a comprehensive collection of photos of Fremantle buildings.

1979 [[wikipedia:Fremantle Society|Fremantle Society]]
FSPS Attfield Street, No 108, 17-3-O, 1979.png From the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey, date unknown (probably 1978).

This photograph was taken as part of the photographic survey that was undertaken in the late 1970s and early '80s by the Fremantle Society, aiming to collect a comprehensive collection of photos of Fremantle buildings.

1979 [[wikipedia:Fremantle Society|Fremantle Society]]
FSPS Attfield Street, No 110, 17-3-O, 1979.png From the Fremantle Society Photographic Survey, date unknown (probably 1978).

This photograph was taken as part of the photographic survey that was undertaken in the late 1970s and early '80s by the Fremantle Society, aiming to collect a comprehensive collection of photos of Fremantle buildings.

1979 [[wikipedia:Fremantle Society|Fremantle Society]]

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