Dwyer and Mackay

Group portrait of Minister and teacher with girls all wearing different dresses typical of the era.

A Methodist group? L>R (seated) Myra, Francis and her sister Alice (Both married 'Stearns') both possesed fine voices as soloists in Methodist choirs. Myra later married Ernest Stearne, had a family of four - Don, Barrie, Lesley and James. Barrie and Lesley still reside in Esperance on Lake Warden farm. The' Stearnes Flats on the Esplanade c1930 (now the site of Bay of isles' luxury motel, near James St. jetty. Myra died 1950's, buried Esperance cemetery. Sister Alice died 2 - 3 years ago

live at 'Little Sisters of the Poor' to a great age.

Both related to Harry Eade of 'Cecil Browns' Hannan St.(Info 16/5/1988 Moya Tamblyn)

Collection Item Data

Medium Format: 16.5x21.6 cm. / 6.5x8.5 inch
Medium: Unknown B&W
Keywords: groupportraitministerteachergirlswearingdressestypicaleramethodistseatedmyrafrancissisteralicemarriedstearnspossesedfinevoicessoloistschoirserneststearnefamilydonbarrielesleyjamesresideesperancelakewardenfarmstearnesflatsesplanadesitebayislesluxurymotelstjettydiedburiedcemeteryyearsagolivesisterspoorgreatagerelatedharryeadececilbrownshannaninfomoyatamblyn
Accession Number: GMM2272/15
Registration Number: GM02272
Location: Kalgoorlie
State: WA W
Creator:  J.J. Dwyer
Original Legal Broker: Museum of the Goldfields - MOG; Golden Mile Museum
Cataloguer:  GM - Margery Goodall?
Year Taken: 1910

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