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Women at Cherbourg Aboriginal Settlement 1934

Aunty Doris Murray (far left)
(on truck, second from left) Theo Combo, Jack Malone and Jim Stanley (wearing cap)

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  1. Dulcie Bronsch Reply
    Second from left (front row) is my mother Ruth Evans with her older sisters Aunty Barbara and Aunty Beryl. Ruth was born in 1929 in Cherbourg PS: the earlier comment that the first on left is Aunty Doris Murray. Aunty Doris looks like my Mums eldest sister Aunty Helen but I'm not sure. Thank you for sharing. My family and kin mob had no coypyof this photo so thank you again. Regards Dulcie Bonsch

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