Interwar, Porch House Bungalow w Federation Influences
No 67 Fortescue Street is a single storey house constructed in rendered brick with a hipped and gable tiled roof. The front elevation is asymmetrically planned with a thrust gable bay and a part width broken back roofed verandah. The verandah is supported on rendered piers. A rendered balustrade runs between the piers. The verandah construction may be a replacement for a previous timber detail. The verandah terminates at the gabled thrust bay. The half-timbered thrust bay features double hung sash windows under a sunhood.
1935: LOST, pink and grey Galah, Sunday. Finder kindly return 67 Fortescue-st., East Fremantle. (Reference)
1936 LOST - LADY'S Membership, Trotting Ground, Ticket, during week-end. Reward, return to Mrs. Craig, 67 Fortescue-st. East Fremantle.(Reference)
1947 FOUND- Air Force Top Coat, in 4 p.m. train on Tuesday, between Perth and Fremantle. Reward. Return T. Tulloch, 67 Fortescue-st., East Fremantle. (Reference)
1952 Mr and Mrs Craig, of 67 Fortescue-street, East Fremantle, wish to sincerely THANK all kind friends and relatives for floral tributes, letters, telegrams, cards and personal expressions of sympathy in their sad loss of their brother and brother-in-law, Thomas Tulloch. (Reference)
1935 - 1949: Craig, John H.