Item 0045 - Large group of people at wharf, c.1925

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GRS1350/0045

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Large group of people at wharf, c.1925

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  • c.1925 (Creation)

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Photograph, 80mm x 54mm

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(1892 - 1982)

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Stephen Thomas Woodward (1858-1935) and Florence Elizabeth Woodward (1861 - 1946 nee Hopton) were married in Geelong in 1885 and had three children: Florence Agnes Woodward (1886 - 1946 married Wilmot), Violet Louise Woodward (1887 - 1951 married Portch) and Hubert Stephen Hopton Woodward (1892 - 1982).

Stephen Thomas Woodward was a coach builder in Corio Street, Geelong. His son Hubert Stephen Hopton Woodward attended Flinders State School and studied engineering at Geelong Gordon College from 1908-1911. After graduating, he worked at R.W Hill Engineer’s in South Geelong. In 1916, Hubert Woodward travelled to England and worked in an ammunitions factory in Sheffield during the First World War. He married Kate Buttery (1891-1974) and returned to Geelong to work in the engineering firm, Humble & Sons Vulcan Foundry in Little Malop Street.

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Group of unidentified adults and two children on a wharf with streamers.

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No copyright restrictions apply. This image can be used for any purpose, including commercial use, however Geelong Heritage Centre does not endorse or support any derogatory use of this image. In using this image, please acknowledge the item’s creator and title (where known), and Geelong Heritage Centre as the source. It is the responsibility of the researcher to ensure that no further permissions are required for use.

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Written on back "Seeing Vi Woodward off to Africa - married and moved there". Geelong Advertiser 6/12/1924 Page 3 "A Linen Evening" reports Violet Woodward planning to leave for East Africa in February 1925.

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