Secondhand. Very good condition. Some wear to tail book edge. Inscribed by previous owner.
Bill Rouke was born in 1898 in Albany. He spent his childhood divided between schools at Albany, Guildford, Moonies Hill and Tambellup. He gained admission to Claremont Teachers' College in 1917 but was called away by WWI. Injured, he spent 1919 in hospital in Fremantle.
Returning to Claremont Teachers' College, Bill began a career that spanned 51 years from probationer to district superintendent. Much of his career was spent in rural and remote areas, particularly the North-West and Kimberleys and the Eastern Goldfields.
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