Three colour photographs, one view of Pioneers Memorial and two of the stone plaques. The memorial photo looks freshly painted. The plaques illustrate that the foundation stone was laid by Lord Huntingfield in c 1935 while the other plaque is dedicated to the Pioneers of Stawell and Districts in c 1938.
Three colour photographs, one view of Pioneers Memorial and two of the stone plaques. The view of the memorial looks crisp and clear with a dark cloudy background. A Ute is parked in the background beside the light post.
Inscriptions & markings
"Stawell Gold mines" on the back of the 3 photographs. Wording on plaques "This Foundation Stone was laid by HIS EXCELLENCY LORD HUNTINGFIELD, K.C.M.G. Governor of Victoria October 7th, 1935. The second plaque "Dedicated to the Pioneers of Stawell and District by HIS EXCELLENCY SIR FREDERICK WOLLASTON MANN K.C.M.G. Lieut Governor of Victoria. August 6th, 1938.