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The stained glass windows adorning both chambers were commissioned and made in Hay Street, Perth by Barnett Bros Glass Merchants. The following is an extract describing the opening of Parliament House in 1904 as reported in the Morning Herald: 'The eye alights upon a jarrah gallery, dark stained and varnished. Then comes a sort of inner wood partition, creating a small lobby on each side of the chamber. This too, is of jarrah, brightened with stained glass of elaborate design, into which the emblematic swan is prominently introduced ..'.
More details about features of Parliament House: Factsheet 37: History of Parliament House
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