Inter-War Porch House Bungalow with Federation Influences.
No. 75 (previously was no. 167) Duke Street is a single-storey cottage constructed of timber framing, weatherboard and fibro cladding with a hipped corrugated iron roof. There are later additions to the rear. It is a simple expression of the Post-World War II Bungalow style.
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.
1933 For Sale: CHRYSLER 52, 4-wheel brakes, excellent condition, good appearance, used privately £85 or near offer, terms. 75 Duke-street, East Fremantle. (reference)
1936 Enrollment in Army of KENNETH STANLEY SAUNDERS: Service Number - 81100, Date of birth - 26 Apr 1911, Next of Kin - Christopher James Saunders, 132 Duke St. (reference)
1942 Birth - On July 19, at Nurse Bathgate's Private Hospital, East Fremantle, to Ken (RAAF, Busselton) and Mrs Ursula. E. Saunders, of 75 Duke-street, East Fremantle-a daughter. Both well. (reference)
1947 Death On April 13, at Fremantle, Kenneth Stanley Saunders, dearly beloved husband of Ursula Edith Saunders, of 75 Duke-street, East Fremantle, and loving father of Josephine and Lynette; aged 35 years. (reference)
1947 Will- Kenneth Saunders formerly a member (No. 81100) of the Royal Australian Air Force but late of 75 Duke street East Fremantle, Baker's Employee. (reference)
1951 Josephine SAUNDERS (75 Duke-street, East Fremantle) would like Aboriginal Tribes and Customs cards in exchange Famous People and Places cards. (reference)
1951 Josephine SAUNDERS (75 Duke-street, East Fremantle): Greetings from the Junior Club! (reference)
1909: Irving, Harry
1910 - 1926: Muller, Richard
1927 - 1938: Kenneth Saunders (b. 1911 - d. 1947)
1940 - 1942: Not Listed
1943 - 1944: Saunders, Kenneth S
1946 - 1949: Saunders, Mrs Lillian (d. 1967)