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Women working on making sacks for the war effort during World War I

Women working on making sacks for the war effort during World War I

Interior of a warehouse where a large group of women are working on constructing hessian into sacks as a contribution to the war effort during World War I.

Kintore Avenue

Kintore Avenue

View of Kintore Avenue looking from the North Terrace end. The road is being worked on. The Destitute Asylum and Lying-In Home are visible in the distance. A researcher has suggested that the road works may be in preparation for Lady Kintore's tree-laying in 1890.

Adelaide Book Society : Thom. D. Smeaton

Adelaide Book Society : Thom. D. Smeaton

Members from 1873 - Thom. D. Smeaton.

Glencoe East basketball team

Glencoe East basketball team

Photograph of seven women players from the Glencoe East Basketball Team in 1947. They are dressed in their uniforms and have a small trophy on the floor in front of them.

Keith Martin, Weatherman T.V and radio at the Salisbury Library, writes and produces Annual Almanac. 1988.

Keith Martin, Weatherman T.V and radio at the Salisbury Library, writes and produces Annual Almanac. 1988.

SAGASCO photographs : Brompton site

SAGASCO photographs : Brompton site

Photographs of aerial views over the Brompton SAGASCO site and late 19th century view of buildings. One of aerial views (381) has a display size duplicate (RESERVE 11).

The Christie family of Cape Jervis

The Christie family of Cape Jervis

Henry Samuel Christie, thought to be a lighthouse keeper, standing with his family and Arthur Payne, at Cape Jervis, South Australia.

Betty Naismith on her wedding day

Betty Naismith on her wedding day

Photograph of Betty Naismith, taken in the studio on her wedding day.

The Wenmouth Collection : Venus Bay

The Wenmouth Collection : Venus Bay

Venus Bay, part of Anxious Bay near Elliston.

Shell service station, Hanson Street

Shell service station, Hanson Street

Hanson Street, east side, November 11th 1952, frontage of service station building is 25 yards and Gilles Street frontage is 8 yards. According to a researcher, Colin Hubbard owned the business shown. It was established by his father Walter Henry Hubbard in 1925. Walter subleased it to his stepfather Alfred Lear. Alf Lear's son Edward John Norman Lear (Ted Lear) owned it and Colin worked there as a youngster then owned it and rebuilt it in 1952. This photo was taken before the rebuild for historical record. Colin died in 1960. Buildings were demolished in 1952. No earlier photograph available. Buildings apparently shown on Cadastral Plan. The Government of South Australia obtained this valuable property via the Torrens Title Land System from Mrs Lucy Hubbard

Copper ore samples and parcels of ore

Copper ore samples and parcels of ore

Box 34 containing copper ore samples and small sealed parcels from the Daly and Stanley Copper Mining Company. These have been photographed as digital images: BRG 64/10/34/1-9. Eleven pieces of copper ore rock; Seven small parcels with red wax seals tied up with string, each with inscription: Dayley (sic) Mining Coy First samples No. 1 - 26° Bismuth 9¾ copper Elphick 28° Bismuth/10 copper No.1 Stanley 5/7/[18]67 Dayley Mining Co No.1 Bismuth, Copper No. 2 P.a Welcome 17/10/1867 Sample of 2nd parcel cupreous bismuth ore smelted by M Oliphant No. 2 Daly 5/7/67 37---- to a pound sample of 2nd parcel cupreous bismuth smelted by M Oliphant, with a small wooden box housing most of these parcels. On side of box is written: H.C. Gleeson Esq. Clark's Buildings Hindley Street Adelaide.

Currie Street, Adelaide

Currie Street, Adelaide

[General description] City buildings on Currie Street. Businesses from left to right are: Gillingham & Co. Limited, Printers and Stationers; The Hassell Press; Unbehaun & Johnstone Ltd., Electrical Engineers, displaying a large electronic sign; Crapp & Hawkes, Hardware Merchants; Harringtons Photographic Works; T. O'Connor, Plumber, which displays a sign indicating that they are removing, and W.E.Ekins, Gunmaker. [On back of photograph] 'Acres 113 & 114 / Currie Street, north side / July 25, 1926 / O'Connor's premises demolished in 1926. For photo of building subsequently erected see B 4838 and B 9609. Hassel's premises are on the west corner of Burnett Street. Left side of O'Connor's is 23 yds. east of Burnett Street. O'Connor's frontage: 6 1/2 Yards.'

'Waipis' at Tragedy Dock

'Waipis' at Tragedy Dock

The 'Waipis' at Tragedy Dock. To see a selection of photographs in this collection, search on Archival number PRG 1642/13.

Jeep trailer

Jeep trailer

Showing front undercarriage.

Brighton

Brighton

[On back of photograph] 'Sea front improvements, Brighton / Effected in 1925 and 1926.' [General description] Cars are parked on Brighton esplanade and part of the beach is visible. Some people are standing in groups at the jetty entrance and others are sitting with their children on the beach or on benches. The building on the left with the dome is the Esplanade Hotel. In the distance sand dunes and open country can be seen.

Fire at D. & J. Fowler Limited

Fire at D. & J. Fowler Limited

Men inspecting damage to an outhouse used by D. & J. Fowler, wholesale grocers of Adelaide, for the storage of methylated spirits and oils after a fire on December 13, 1911.

Bullock & Wilkinson Pty Ltd : SUMMARY RECORD

Bullock & Wilkinson Pty Ltd : SUMMARY RECORD

Business records of F.W. Bullock & Company, & Bullock and Wilkinson, real estate agents and auctioneers, comprising correspondence, financial records, papers relating to the valuation and sale of real estate, and books relating to private estates and trusts administered by the firm, including records of the Daly & Stanley Mining Company (1866-1888) and Koonoona Station (1903-1949). Includes outsize architectural plans for buildings in Gawler Place and Grenfell Street, Adelaide.

Reeling machines

Reeling machines

Machinery set up in rows in the workshop.

Portrait of Sally

Portrait of Sally

Studio portrait of Sally, reading a book and standing by a pedestal, wearing a white lace dress with elbow-length sleeves. She is wearing a headband and her hair is pulled into a bun. Written on back: 'To Dave with kind regards from Sally, October 29th 1915. This was taken in December 1914.'

Edward Burton Gleeson

Edward Burton Gleeson

Edward Burton Gleeson.

Ron Tilley's 1963 Holden EJ

Ron Tilley's 1963 Holden EJ

Ron Tilley's 1963 Holden EJ on the Barrier Highway between Olary and Yunta.

Medal presentation ceremony in South Australia

Medal presentation ceremony in South Australia

Sir Henry Galway, Governor of South Australia dressed in army uniform conducting a medal presentation ceremony; he is seen pinning an award on to the jacket of a man in civilian dress watched by others wearing uniform. (The recipient is also pictured in PRG 280/1/15/818 and is either A. Schofield, T.S. Loxton, R.W. Lawson, O.E. Winter or B.L. Woods.)Possibly taken on the same day as PRG 280/1/15/818 which shows the medal recipients after the ceremony, and quotes the detailed caption that appeared in 'The Observer', 25 January 1919, page 25. See also PRG 280/1/15/590, PRG 280/1/15/591, PRG 280/1/15/592 and PRG 280/1/15/593.

Index to first volume to Series 2 correspondence and contract notes

Index to first volume to Series 2 correspondence and contract notes

First of four volumes of indexes to Series 2 correspondence and contract notes, arranged in alphabetical order of first letter only, with file numbers 1 - 2000s written beside names. Original is numbered 'Volume 3' but contains the first numbers issued, commencing ca. 1916.

Steam crane loading coal on to a railway truck

Steam crane loading coal on to a railway truck

A steam crane loading coal on to a truck attached to a South Australian Railways locomotive. According to a researcher, what this photograph depicts is a steam crane, refuelling the tender of the locomotive with coal. The vehicle immediately behind the locomotive proper, is its Tender, and is more-or-less a part of the locomotive as it carries the supply of coal and water for the locomotive itself. Another researcher provided the following information: 'The 3 ton coaling grab was built by Cowans, Sheldon, Carlisle. It is one of a batch of three built in 1908; works numbers 2994-2993.'

Honour rolls

Honour rolls

Honour Rolls (covered wooden rolls housing framed certificates of inception, with doors, mostly folding, with inscriptions of names of Past Chief Rulers, originally intended to be hung on wall) for Victoria No. 1 (City of Adelaide) Female branch, Zion Tent No. 11 (Brighton), Lady Kintore Tent No. 20 (Moonta Mines) Female branch, Love and Unity Tent No. 18 (Moonta Mines), Princess Irene Tent No. 17 (Kapunda), Tent No. 54 True Blue & Lady Tennyson, Salem Tent No. 8 (Kapunda), Star of Hope Tent No. 8 (Juvenile: Kapunda), Southern Star Tent No. 5 (Adelaide), Hope of Prospect Tent No. 71 & Harbour of Refuge Tent (both Prospect), Go Ahead Tent No. 34 (Torrensville), Ark of Safety Tent No. 15 (Clare), True Blue Tent No. 54 (Goodwood) and two unknown groups. See series list attached to Summary Record, and also attached to this series, for full details of the rolls.

Prominent South Australians : Judge Gwynne

Prominent South Australians : Judge Gwynne

Judge Edward Castres Gwynne.

Racing in the Jones Handicap

Racing in the Jones Handicap

'Eternal' (N. Gath) winning from 'Donal's Way' (J. Woollatt) in the Jones Handicap race.

Railway transport: 750 class

Railway transport: 750 class

Train at unidentified location.

Horseracing, Darwin

Horseracing, Darwin

Grandstand at the Racetrack.

The 'County of Pembroke' in an unidentified port

The 'County of Pembroke' in an unidentified port

The iron barque 'County of Pembroke', 1065 tons, in an unidentified port [iron barque, 1098 tons, ON84171, 221.5 x 35.0 x 20.9. Built 1881 (10) W. Doxford and Sons, Sunderland, W. Thomas and Co. Registered Liverpool].