Meeanee Church Hall Removal 1910
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Meeanee Church community hall building on trailer ready to travel to Greenmeadows Seminary where it would be used as a chapel, 1910
Job arranged by Harold Holt, contractor – thought to be third from left in photo
JC Crawley was a carpenter; a bow saw was used on site – it was donated to Maxwell Leo Harrington, grandson of JC Crawley, as he also became a carpenter.
On rear of photo –
“MISSION CHURCH SHIFTED FROM MEEANEE TO GREENMEADOWS.
J.C. CRAWLEY ONE OF THE REMOVAL CREW
3RD FROM RIGHT?”
Format of the originalPhotographic print
- J C Crawley
- Harold Holt