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Abstract: The Walker daughters have returned to work on the farm during the Second World War.
Abstract: Pupils, parents and calves are lined up for a group photograph on Calf Club day, about 1939.
Abstract: Adrian Walker stands with his tricycle and cart.
Abstract: Back row: Gwen and Carol Walker. Seated Betwyn (on Althea's knee), Althea, Vonnie, Dorothy and Martin Walker.
Abstract: Sir Charles Kingsford Smith came to Morwell in 1933 to give joy rides.
Abstract: A long line of cars stretches along the Yinnar road, while owners visit the Better Farming Train which visited Yinnar in 1930.
Abstract: Carol, Ruth, Margaret and Gwen Walker planting the first fruit tree in the 'New Orchard'.
Abstract: Joseph Walker with the herd testing machine he imported from the United States at the turn of the century.
Abstract: Althea Walker and her daughters with John and Amy Walker, standing in front of a car at 'Riverdale', Yinnar South.
Abstract: Pupils stand in informal groups outside the Yinnar South school.
Abstract: Photograph of the Ruston Hornsby engine, driving LKG vacuum pump. Thomas Walker stands by the engine.
Teacher Olive Drummond with pupils of Yinnar South. In the front row, from the left are George Walker, Irene Keogh, Jessie Clay, Jean Brewster, Ruby Marshall, Ethel Heasom and Violet Keogh. In the sec... More
Abstract: One of fourteen river crossings made by the Coleman family as they return after a picnic at Lavinia Park, the racecourse at Yinnar.
Abstract: A wagon is standing in front of the mill and a man is pushing a wheelbarrow.