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Title Activities at Seaforth Boys' Home, Gosnells [picture]
Published/Produced 1926-1932.

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Call Number 8956B/1714-1716, 1718, 1720-1721
BA953/3-6, 8-11, 13,16,21, 23, 37-38, 44, 54, 61-64, 66-73
Description 30 photographic prints : b&w ; 17 x 22 cm.
6 negatives : glass, b&w ; 8 x 11 cm.
Series Glass negative collection acquired by Dr James Sykes Battye ; 8956B/1714-1716, 1718, 1720-1721
Collection of photographs of Seaforth Boys' Home in Gosnells ; BA983/3-6, 8-11, 13,16, 21, 23, 37-38, 44, 54, 61-64, 66-73
Rights advisory For personal use only. To publish or display, contact the State Library of Western Australia.
Notes Title devised by cataloguer.
Six of these photographs were received as glass negatives held in Dr Battye's collection of glass negative (8956B) and also appear in an album of photographs of Seaforth Boys' Home held at BA953. Captions and date span have been supplied by the donor of the album.
BA953/68: The frowning boy with hair parted in the middle in the third row from the top is Henry Albert Brunsgard, on his left in the same row is his brother Fred Appelgren Brunsgard. Another inmate Tom Billings may also appear in this photograph.
Glass negatives have been made by photographing prints (not the same prints as are in the album held by this library).
Negatives found in an envelope labelled: Salvation Army - Major Seaton.
Publications 015048PD published in the Daily News 15 November 1927, p.6 with caption: Examples of the excellent craftsmanship of mentally deficient boys at Seaforth Home of the Salvation Army, Gosnells.
BA953/37 published in the Western Mail 21 February 1929.
Summary Seaforth Salvation Army Boys Home was for boys who were 'retarded and mentally deficient' and was staffed by specially trained teachers supplied by the Education Department (1921-1960s)
Subjects Seaforth Boys' Home (Gosnells, W.A.) -- Photographs.
Salvation Army -- Western Australia -- Photographs.
Boys -- Western Australia -- Photographs.
Children -- Institutional care -- Western Australia -- Gosnells -- Photographs.
Occupational therapy -- Western Australia -- Gosnells -- Photographs.
Classrooms -- Western Australia -- Gosnells -- Photographs.
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