Old Fremantle: photographs, 1850-1950
Old Fremantle covers the first hundred years of the camera in Fremantle. Over 240 early original photographs scanned and printed in color tell a vivid story of Fremantle from early interaction with the Aborigines through the development of port and town, the goldrushes and wars, to 1950. More than 25,000 words of text, which include commentary by Phillip Adams and George Seddon, background material, maps, and an index, make this a serious reference work as well as a visual delight for all ages.
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97 High Street Aborigines Alfred arrived Arthur Head Australind boat-building boats Brown built Castle Hotel Chaney Stout Church Cliff Street Clifton corner demolished East Fremantle fish foreground Frank Hurley Fremantle Harbour Fremantle Mail Fremantle Ports Fremantle Prison Fremantle's FREO ephemera collection FREO Wise album George glass plate heliograph Henry Street High Street High Street looking HMS Hood images Italian John later Long Jetty looking east Lumpers Lunatic Asylum Manning's Folly Market Street Mayhew Nixon & Merrilees North Fremantle opalotype Opposite Panorama Park passenger bridge Perth photograph was taken Photographers of Fremantle portrait railway station Recreation Ground residence river jetty Rocky Bay Rottnest Round House RWAHS seen ship South Beach South Jetty South Terrace Stephen Montague Stephen Montague Stout Stratton Fogarty Studio submarines Swan River verandahs Victoria Quay Water Police West Australian Western Australia Western Mail Western Mail Christmas wharf World Yagan