Inter-War Domestic Carpenter / Austerity
No. 69 (previously was no. 153) Duke Street is a single-storey cottage of timber framing, corrugated sheeting and weatherboard cladding. The place has a gambrel decramastic roof and later additions to the rear. It is a simple expression of the Federation Inter-War style with later modifications that have changed its appearance.
The place is consistent with the pattern of development in Plympton and plays an important role in the pattern of development of a working class suburb.
1914 Birth - On October 19, 1914, at 153 Duke-street, East Fremantle, to Mr. and Mrs. John Graeff—a daughter. Both well. (reference)
1919 Members of the Fremantle women's branch of the Red Cross Society invite all members wishing to take part in the peace celebration procession to be held in Perth to communicate with the secretary Mrs Stanton, 153 Duke-street East Fremantle. (reference)
1925 Birth - On July 17, to Mr. and Mrs J. Graeff, of 153 Duke-street, East Fremantle—a daughter. Both well. (reference)
1932 Birth - On November 30, at 153 Duke-street, East Fremantle, to Mr. and Mrs. Ericson—a daughter (Anna Welma Joyce). Both well. (reference)
1946 Death - On December 25, 1946, at Fremantle, Hilda Agnes, loving sister and sister-in-law of Margaret and Harry, of 69 Duke-street, East Fremantle, devoted aunt of Barbara and Leon. (reference)
1914 - 1917: Graeff, Jonathon
1918: Cole, William
1919 - 1920: Stanton, Charles A.
1921: Hough, Robert
1922 - 1932: Graeff, Jonathon
1933 - 1942: Erickson, John O.
1943 - 1949: Barwise, Harry E.