26 Bedford Street

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ARCHITECTURE

No 26 Bedford Street is a single storey house constructed in brick and rendered brick with a hipped and gable corrugated iron roof. It is fine expression of the Federation Bungalow style. The front elevation is asymmetrically planned with thrust gable bay and a full width, return hip roofed verandah. The verandah is set on turned timber posts. The half timbered gable bay features a double hung French sash window. There is a central door flanked by windows. There are render bands across the facade. The roofscape features a pair of tall brick chimneys.

HISTORY

1952 HALL: On March 7, suddenly at his residence, 26 Bedford street, East Fremantle, William Perry, dearly beloved husband of Evelyn Hall, loved father of Molly (Mrs. A. Coolahant and Peggy, father-in-law of Bert, and fond grandfather of Beth and Lyn; aged 76 years. In midst of life we are in death.
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HALL: On Friday, March 7. William Perry, respected brother-in law of Min and the late Ernest Leonhardt, Ann and Charles McNicoll, Beatrice and Roland Hancock and Ted and Alice Harvey. HALL (William): On March 7. A tribute to the fond memory of a kind friend and neighbour. Elsie and Bill Davies and family.
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"NEWSWORDS" WINNERS INCREASED PRIZE LIST
£1137 For Distribution "NEWSWORDS" have given another striking demonstration of their popularity. After the customary deductions, there is left the sum of £1137 for distribution among the winners in the No. 6 competition which closed yesterday. Extra prizes have thus been provided, showing  clearly that "News-words" have more than maintained their widespread following.
Following is a complete list of the winners: Hall, Miss Peggy, 26 Bedford-street, East Fremantle
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RESIDENTS

1912 - 1949: Hall, William P.

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