Williams Pioneer Publications | 1979.
vii, 96 p. : ill., facisms, maps, ports. ; 23 cm.
Includes bibliographical references.
This is the second in a series of reference works on the State of Western Australia, by well known historian A.E. (Bert) Williams.
In a crisp and absorbing style the author takes you on a tour of the well known, man made, landmarks in and around the City of Perth and Port of Fremantle.
The grim history of the Swan River Settlement's first public building, The Round House. And the changing fortunes of the Old Mill in South Perth.
From the early seats of learning, as personified by Perth Boys School and The Cloisters, to the judgments of The Old Court House. Everything of interest has been faithfully recorded.
Including chapters on the famed Barracks Arch and the magnificent Perth Town Hall.
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