"The students of the Ludlow Forestry School 1923, (l-r) Dick Perry (without hat), Bill Ross, Claude Kinsella, John Thomson, and George Glover. A tuart tree is in the background. Perry and Thomson were known as the "OO's" (double O's), or the "old originals". Perry and Thomson started as forest apprentices in March 1917 with the W.A. Forests Dept. Ross, Kinsella and Glover started approximately nine months late".