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The place

John Curtin with his wife, son & daughter outside house. Cottesloe, 1942. JCPML00617/65/3

As one of only three former Australian prime ministers’ homes that are in public ownership, the Curtin Family Home holds great significance.

The home comprises a house, a garden, and a backyard. In the context of its surroundings in Cottesloe and nearby Fremantle it is evidence of extended Curtin family members’ lives and times, and a record of suburban life as many ordinary Australian families knew it during the interwar years and afterwards.

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    1910 Post card of Cottesloe MosmanParkLibrariesCPM00125
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    Claremont train station Mosman Park Libraries CPM00663
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    Fremantle Oval 1927 Fremantle City Library-1917
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    Holman House home of the Westralian Worker Perth 1920 JCPML01137-5
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    John and Elsie Curtin with their children 1922
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    John Curtin with Elise and children outside home in Cottesloe 1942
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    View south from Cottesloe beach
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    View to Rottnest Island Cottesloe beach
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    Watercolour of seaside scene signed AN 1920
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    Watercolour of train by seaside signed AN 1920

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