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Church members at the Queenstown Church of Christ

Church members at the Queenstown Church of Christ

A group of men, women and children standing inside the Queenstown Church of Christ, SA, with one man holding a broom.

Christ Church Mount Gambier

Christ Church Mount Gambier

Photograph of the interior of Christ Church Mount Gambier taken in 1948. The church is empty and sunlight is streaming through the windows.

South Australian pioneers [mosaic]

South Australian pioneers [mosaic]

This mosaic holds 581 portraits, and represents a combined group of those portraits Duryea depicted in separate mosaics featuring male colonists who arrived in South Australia as adults in 1836, 1837, 1838, 1839 and 1840. All but three of the portraits on B 47770 are also included in Duryea's largest mosaic at B 8235.

Stonyfell Winery

Stonyfell Winery

Office and Showroom of the Stonyfell Winery - auctioned in 1980.

Marchioro family and market garden

Marchioro family and market garden

A collection of 18 photographs of the Marchioro family, and their market garden at Kidman Park, and later at Lockleys and Bolivar. These relate to OH 872/1: Interview with Giancarlo (Johnny) Marchioro for the Italian Market Gardeners Oral History Project.

Melbourne Street, North Adelaide

Melbourne Street, North Adelaide

[General description] Melbourne Street cuts diagonally across this view of houses and gardens. Parklands, suburbs and the Adelaide Hills can be seen in the distance. See B 3470 for a similar view taken in 1910. [On back of photograph] 'Melbourne Street, Lower North Adelaide / Taken from the North Adelaide Congregational Church / Acres 987, 988, 989, 990, 991, 992' (Another hand) 'About 1904. Extreme right of houses on south side of Melbourne Street is 152 yards east of Brougham Place'.

Melbourne Street, North Adelaide

Melbourne Street, North Adelaide

[General description] Melbourne Street cuts diagonally across this view of houses and gardens. Parklands, suburbs and the Adelaide Hills can be seen in the distance. See B 3469 for a similar view taken in 1904. [On back of photograph] 'Acres 988, 989, 990, 991, 992, 993, 987 / Melbourne Street, Lower North Adelaide / Taken from the North Adelaide Congregational Church.' (Another hand) 'Nov. 1910 / Extreme right of houses on south side of Melbourne St. is 119 yards east of Brougham Place.'

Brougham Place

Brougham Place

Brougham Place, North Adelaide, extreme right is 29 yards east of Margaret Street and extreme left is 70 yards west of Margaret Street.

Brougham Place, North Adelaide

Brougham Place, North Adelaide

[General description] Brougham Gardens appear in the foreground. The house roofs of North Adelaide are receding into the distance behind the mansions lining Brougham Place. The small cottage with the striped verandah roof (centre of view) is soon to be replaced by a large Federation style house complete with turret. This can be seen in B 3473 which is a similar view taken in 1910. [On back of photograph] 'Brougham Place, North Adelaide / Taken from the North Adelaide Congregational Church / Acres 736, 737, 738.' (Another hand) 'About 1904 / The extreme right of the photo. is 34 1/2 yards west of Margaret St'.

Port Adelaide

Port Adelaide

[General description] A quiet day in St. Vincent Street with few pedestrians and little traffic. A train is approaching down the middle of the road. City buildings are seen on the on the left, street trees on the right. [On back of photograph] 'St. Vincent Street, Port Adelaide / 1877-87 / (Wesleyan Church in background removed to Dale Street 1886-7)'.

Brougham Place, North Adelaide

Brougham Place, North Adelaide

[General description] Brougham Gardens appear in the foreground. The house roofs of North Adelaide are receding into the distance behind the mansions lining Brougham Place. The small cottage with the striped verandah roof (centre of view) is soon to be replaced by a large Federation style house complete with turret. This can be seen in B 3473 which is a similar view taken in 1910. [On back of photograph] 'Brougham Place and North Adelaide looking west from the North Adelaide Congregational Church. / Acres 735, 736, 737, 738 / Near side of house on extreme right is 25 yards west of Margaret Street.'

'Morning Light' wooden ship

'Morning Light' wooden ship

'Morning Light' wooden ship 1327 tons. When sold to Norway [wooden 3 mast ship rigged sailing vessel, 1327 gross, 1240 net tons. 210.8 x 37.5 x 21.9. Built 1878 ML Denny, Meteghan, Nova Scotia. Norwegian owned]

"Make a Book" workshop for children of Kaurna Plains School

"Make a Book" workshop for children of Kaurna Plains School

"Make a Book" workshop for children of Kaurna Plains School. Photographs taken by the Aboriginal Unit of the State Library of S.A.

Brougham Place, North Adelaide

Brougham Place, North Adelaide

[General description] Looking north from Brougham Place, houses and rooftops are seen receding into the distance. Margaret Street is on the left side of the large house and garden. The right side of this photograph lines up with the left side of B 3488. [On back of photograph] 'Acres 735, 778, 779 / North Adelaide looking north from the North Adelaide Congregational Church. On the left is Margaret Street. Extreme right (in foreground) is 66 1/2 yards east of Margaret Street.' (Another hand) 'About 1904'.

North Adelaide

North Adelaide

[General description] A panoramic view across North Adelaide, showing houses, streets and parklands. Ardington, the large house on the left on Brougham Place, was once the residence of W.K. Thomas, newspaper proprietor. That house and the one next-door were demolished in 1972. See B 25454-5. The left side of this photograph lines up with the right side of B 3488. [On back of photograph] 'North Adelaide, looking north east from the North Adelaide Congregational Church. / Acres 733, 734, 779, 780 / On the right is Lefevre Terrace. Extreme left (foreground) is 66 1/2 yards east of Margaret Street.' (Another hand) 'About 1904'.

Locomotives

Locomotives

[On back of photograph] 'S.A. Railways / New type of locomotive introduced 1926' (Another hand) 'Pacific type' [General description] Image of a 600 Pacific class locomotive, with tracks visible in the foreground. The background has been blanked out.

Locomotives

Locomotives

[On back of photograph] 'S.A. Railways / New type of locomotive introduced 1926' [General description] Image of a 500 class locomotive built for the South Australian Railways, in original 'as delivered' condition. The background has been blanked out.

Railway Station, Port Elliot

Railway Station, Port Elliot

Railway Station at Port Elliot, showing a Beyer Peacock 2-4-0T, B/No.2740/1886, SAR No. 100 'G' class locomotive (which was 1 of 5 built). It worked the South Coast and Milang line together with No's 99 and 101. It was rebuilt in 1914, on loan to G. Baxter for construction of the Eudunda to Robertstown line from 18 September 1914 to 2 December 1914. It was condemned 5 June 1923. See 'Steam Locomotives of the South Australian Railways' by R. Fluck, R. Sampson, and K. Bird.

Municipal Tramway Trust Motor

Municipal Tramway Trust Motor

[General Description] Two motor buses, numbers 51 and 52, were part of a consignment of 40 new American Mack buses purchased by Sir William Goodman. They are parked in front of the recently built Tram Barn in Victoria Square. [On back of photograph] 'Mack buses owned by the Municipal Tramways Trust / 1925' [On front of photograph] 'Municipal Tramways Trust Adelaide / Motor Bus Service Inaugurated 25th March, 1925.'

Railway Station, Hamley Bridge

Railway Station, Hamley Bridge

[On backof photograph] 'Reproduced in the Observer, June 12, 1926. / Hamley Bridge / Railway Station / 1926' [General description] Railway yard showing sheds, rails and points, and stationary rolling stock. Marked 3 of a series of 4 photographs.

The Oval, Hamley Bridge

The Oval, Hamley Bridge

[On back of photograph] 'Reproduced in the Observer, June 12, 1926 / Hamley Bridge / The Oval / 1926' [General Description] Football is in progress on a rough looking surface at the Oval. Spectators are watching the game from the grandstand.Marked 4 of a series of 4 photographs.

Victoria Bridge, Adelaide

Victoria Bridge, Adelaide

Victoria Bridge, Adelaide, soon after its construction. A horse and gig and several pedestrians standing on the bridge are silhoutted against the sky. The water level of the river is low.See B 1900.

Main Street, Hamley Bridge

Main Street, Hamley Bridge

[On back of photograph] 'Reproduced in the Observer, June 12, 1926 / Hamley Bridge / Main Street / 1926' [General description] Looking east along Light Street towards the Railway Station. On the left is Bohnsack's Corner Store selling 'drapery, boots and fancy goods etc.'. Next door to it is the Wooroora Pharmacy and further along the street is the Hamley Bridge Hotel. Horse drawn vehicles stand at the kerb. Marked 2 of a series of 4 photographs.

Eagle on the Hill Hotel

Eagle on the Hill Hotel

Eagle on the Hill Hotel.

Brougham Place

Brougham Place

[General description] Brougham Gardens appear in the foreground. The house roofs of North Adelaide are receding into the distance behind the mansions lining Brougham Place. Compare with B 3472 which is a similar view taken in 1904. [On back of photograph] 'Brougham Place, North Adelaide / Taken from the North Adelaide Congregational Church / Acres 736, 737, 738.' (Another hand) 'Taken in 1910 / Near side of house on extreme right is 25 yards west of Margaret Street.'

Main Street, Hamley Bridge

Main Street, Hamley Bridge

[On back of photograph] 'Reproduced in the Observer June 12, 1926 / Hamley Bridge / Main Street / 1926' [General Description] Looking west down Light Street towards the Institute Building. Two motor cars and some horse drawn vehicles are seen in the street which is lined with township buildings and telegraph poles. I. C Francis' Hamley Bridge Hotel is on the right. Marked 1 of a series of 4 photographs.

Old Bushman Hotel, Gawler

Old Bushman Hotel, Gawler

The Old Bushman Hotel, Cowan Street, Gawler, South Australia.

Stanley Street

Stanley Street

[General description] Looking east down Stanley Street near the intersection with Lefevre Terrace. Houses are seen receding towards the distant foothills. Substantial houses and gardens of the well-off appear in the foreground. Compare with B 3474, a similar view taken in 1910. This photograph is the right side of a panorama comprising B 3477 - B 3479. [On back of photograph] 'Stanley St. looking east / Taken from the North Adelaide Congregational Church / Acres 1027, 1025, 1024' (Another hand) 'About 1904. On the left is Lefevre Terrace. Near side of house in foreground is 54 yards west of Lefevre Terrace.' (Another hand) 'Steep hill behind these houses'.

Tugboats at Port Adelaide

Tugboats at Port Adelaide

Tug 'Tapir' with 4 other tugboats in Inner Harbour, Port Adelaide.

Brougham Place

Brougham Place

[General description] A panoramic view across North Adelaide, showing houses, streets and parklands. The large house on the left was the residence of W.K. Thomas, newspaper proprietor. That house and the one next-door were demolished in 1972. See B 25454-5. This photograph is the centre of a panorama comprising B 3477 - B 3479. [On back of photograph] 'Brougham Place, North Adelaide / Taken from the North Adelaide Congregational Church / Acres 733, 734, 779, 780 / About 1904 / left side of the house on the left in the foreground is 66 1/2 yards east of Margaret St.'