The original location of Ben Whitehead's grave at the farm. Five boys look on. The headstone on the grave to the left is that of Frank Candy. The other two graves would be those of Sydney Laffan and Horace Claridge. These graves were later relocated to the new cemetery located beyond the gravel pits. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Ben Whitehead Grave

The original location of Ben Whitehead's grave at the farm. Five boys look on. The headstone on the grave to the left is that of Frank Candy. The other two graves would be those of Sydney Laffan and Horace Claridge. These graves were later relocated to the new cemetery located beyond the gravel pits. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

A visit to Fairbridge. The photo is actually on a card captioned

Duke and Duchess of York

A visit to Fairbridge. The photo is actually on a card captioned "1927 The Duke and Duchess of York visit Fairbridge Farm School. L-R: Duke of York, Professor Nicol (Chairman of Perth Committee), Duchess of York". (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Kingsley, Ruby and Barbara on a hay cart with a couple of boys. Ruby is holding young Rhodes. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Fairbridge Family

Kingsley, Ruby and Barbara on a hay cart with a couple of boys. Ruby is holding young Rhodes. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Buckets being filled with milk from a churn in preparation for calf feeding. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Feeding Calves

Buckets being filled with milk from a churn in preparation for calf feeding. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Frank E. Robinson shows his prowess at farming by guiding his horse through its duties. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Frank Robinson

Frank E. Robinson shows his prowess at farming by guiding his horse through its duties. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

The use of horses was indispensible in the development of Fairbridge Farm School. This photo November 1923. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Horses

The use of horses was indispensible in the development of Fairbridge Farm School. This photo November 1923. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Mourners look as if they are around the gravesite of Kingsley Fairbridge. A wet day - note the thick bush. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Kingsley Funeral

Mourners look as if they are around the gravesite of Kingsley Fairbridge. A wet day - note the thick bush. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Priests lead, pall-bearers carry the coffin, staff and children follow in the procession to the gravesite. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Kingsley Funeral

Priests lead, pall-bearers carry the coffin, staff and children follow in the procession to the gravesite. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Staff and children waiting on the road for the funeral procession to pass by. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Kingsley Funeral

Staff and children waiting on the road for the funeral procession to pass by. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

The grave of Kingsley Fairbridge not long after burial. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Kingsley's Grave

The grave of Kingsley Fairbridge not long after burial. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

The grave of Kingsley Fairbridge now surrounded by protective fencing. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Kingsley's Grave

The grave of Kingsley Fairbridge now surrounded by protective fencing. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

A boy poses by the horse whilst another holds the milk churn on the wagon. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Milk Cart

A boy poses by the horse whilst another holds the milk churn on the wagon. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Nice pose by Miss Bruun, cottage mother Nightingale with Ernest Jackson (1925-1929) , Roy Newton (1925-1931), Ernest Underhill (1925-1929) , James Hann (1925-1929) and Val Knocker (1925-1930). Photo circa 1925 when Nightingale cottage still existed. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Miss Bruun and Boys

Nice pose by Miss Bruun, cottage mother Nightingale with Ernest Jackson (1925-1929) , Roy Newton (1925-1931), Ernest Underhill (1925-1929) , James Hann (1925-1929) and Val Knocker (1925-1930). Photo circa 1925 when Nightingale cottage still existed. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

A horse-drawn trip off to Mandurah Camp. Mr McLarty (brother of Sir Ross) often made available his horses and wagons for the journey. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Off To Mandurah Camp

A horse-drawn trip off to Mandurah Camp. Mr McLarty (brother of Sir Ross) often made available his horses and wagons for the journey. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

A group of children play on the school oval adjacent to the primary school. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

School Oval

A group of children play on the school oval adjacent to the primary school. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

A farmhand and trainee boy fell a rather large tree manually. (Courtesy OFA Museum).

Tree Felling

A farmhand and trainee boy fell a rather large tree manually. (Courtesy OFA Museum).