Series S4402 - PROPERTY FILES (RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND GOVERNMENT)

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AU WA S4402

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PROPERTY FILES (RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL AND GOVERNMENT)

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  • 1929-01-19 - (Creation)
  • 1929-01-19 - 1986-09-25 (Accumulation)

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AU WA A1129 - SUBIACO MUNICIPAL DISTRICT (1897-03-26 - 1952-02-08)

Administrative history

The area known as Subiaco was first settled by Europeans in the 1840s, including a community of Benedictine monks. The name was originally "New Subiaco", after the Italian city where the Benedictine Order was founded.

By 1895 a Subiaco Progress Association had been formed and was followed, in 1896, by a local Road Board and Board of Health. The Municipal District of Subiaco was proclaimed in March 1897. It became a City in 1952.

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AU WA A1128 - CITY OF SUBIACO (1952-02-08 -)

Administrative history

The area known as Subiaco was first settled by Europeans in the 1840s, including a community of Benedictine monks. The name was originally "New Subiaco", after the Italian city where the Benedictine Order was founded.

By 1895 a Subiaco Progress Association had been formed, and was followed, in 1896, by a local Road Board and Board of Health. The Municipal District of Subiaco was proclaimed in March 1897, and the City was proclaimed in 1952.

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This series consists of residential, commercial and government property files from the Subiaco Municipal District/City of Subiaco. The files contain building licenses/plans for individual properties. In some instances, the files contain photographs of individual properties as well as correspondence relating to residential matters.

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