In response to David's request for swimwear photos here is one of two similar shots of my Warren cousins on Stanley Beach in 1932-33. The first shot carries the inscription "Mother knitted these swimsuits for us. We hated them." This snap is taken slightly further to the right from the first and shows a large building in the background. I wonder what it is. The first shot shows some structures on the extreme left of the photo, but is spoilt by the writing on the front of the photo. It would be interesting to see the route down the cliff by which the inmates of the future Stanley Camp, such as the diarists, R.E. Jones, Barbara Anslow and her sisters, would later take to swim if they had the energy.