A collection of photographs of people and events taken around the city of Adelaide. A selection has been digitised and may be viewed online (do an ARCHIVAL NUMBER search on B 71847); the rest may requested and viewed in the Reading Room. They are: 1. Geoff Adams at the arched door of the Church of St. John, Halifax Street, Adelaide. The door is open and the photo shows a close view of both the outside and inside of the door, and of the brickwork; 4. Man lassoing a barrel. Photo labelled Seven Stars Hotel, Nick Adcock, ropes a barrel, 8/1/91; 5. Amy, of Hackam West Primary School comes face to face with a dinosaur skull; 6. Effy Alexakis and Leonard Janiszewski, authors of "Greek Australians". They are pictured with the book, of which the main title is "In Their Own Image, Greek Australians". Photo dated 17/3/99; 7. Colour photo labelled Tourism Awards/Last years winner, Brenton Adcock, Adelaide Hills Country Cottages, 2/2/91; 9. Colour photo labelled John Alexander talking at Hyatt Regency Ballroom about Memorial Drive Tennis Centre, 21/7/98; 12. Colour photograph labelled as 'S.A. achievers, Robyn Archer at Exhibitions Hall.'; 16. Colour photograph of Margaret Fauckner [Faulkner], with a photograph of her aunt, Dame Judith Anderson, dated 3/5/99; 18. Photograph labelled, 'The Great Outdoors presenter, Bridget Adams with Seven Nightly News presenter, Bruce Abernethy (left)and office for Recreation, Sport and Racing representative, Adam Best of Semaphore Park, check the first leg of the Mawson Trail - from Adelaide to Marrabel; 20. Colour photograph of two men, James Aldridge (Parkside) and Christopher Pope (Collinswood). They are shown holding framed paintings, one of flowers and one of a kingfisher bird. Dated 15/7/98; 22. Colour photograph described as "Foxy Lady", Artist Roz Anderson and multiple fox heads she cast and painted. Stamped 11 Nov, 1998; 23. Colour photograph showing Michael Angelakis (front) with his guests Richard Green, Cath Kerry, Megan Lloyd, Peter Sperou and Mitch Sperou, during an informal Seaford [seafood?] lunch. Dated 22 Feb 1995; 26. Colour photograph of South Australian Museum Director, Dr. Christopher Anderson. He is standing in front of a dinosaur skeleton, near the entrance to the museum. Dated 30 November, 1994; 27. Colour photograph of South Australian Museum Director, Dr. Christopher Anderson. He is standing at the display of Aboriginal artifacts or implements used for fishing and housed at the museum; 28. Colour photograph of South Australian Museum Director, Dr. Christopher Anderson, seated outside the front of the museum. Dated 14/11/94; 29. Director of the S.A. Museum, Dr. Chris Anderson, inspecting one of the thousands of bark paintings that are in storage at the museum awaiting exhibition space. Dated 25 Mar 1997; 30. Colour photograph of Dr. Chris Anderson, Director of the S.A. Museum, standing in front of displays with a balloon, on the museum's 140th birthday, June 1996; 31. Salvation Army Officer, Major Kingsley Armstrong; 32. Bob Ansett standing at a microphone; 33. Bev Arnold, Executive Director, Mary Potter Foundation; 34. Mr. Graham Andrewartha of McPhee Andrewartha Pty Ltd; 35. Photograph of two men, simply labelled 'Arnie.' One of the men may be Arnie Rossis; 36. Peter Annells, proprietor McDonalds West Tce., Hindley West Assn. Dated 3 May 1995; 37. Christopher G. Ashenden, Executive Director, Australian Red Cross, South Australia. 2 Apr 1997; 38. Bob Altoff, Station Manager, Torrens Island. Dated 30 Jul 1997; 39. State Ombudsman Eugene Biganovsky to represent patients in disputes with hospitals. Dated both 1996 and 1998; 40. Colour photograph labelled as John Alexander talking at Hyatt Regency Ballroom about Memorial Drive Tennis Centre. Dated 21/7/98; 41. From left: Dr. Merv Allen, director of Accident and Emergency Dept. RAH, Mrs. Alice Hartley with her husband Clifford's plaque to commemorate his death; 42. Four people at a function. Left to right - Vera Morgan, Frank Morgan, Meg Apsey, Barry Apsey; 43. Mr. Robert Arnold, appointed General Manager of The Terrace Adelaide Hotel, May 1989. The International Standard Hotel will be open for the 1989 Grand Prix (from label on back of photo.) Dated 24 May, 1989; 44. Bev Arnold, Executive Director, Mary Potter Foundation. Dated 11 Nov 1992; 45. Jennifer Anstey of Charles Cimicky Wines, with a bunch of grapes. Dated both 25/7/89 and 2/8/1989; 46. President, Australian Chiropractors Association, SA Branch, Dr. Phillip Aldridge. Dated 6 Sep. 1989; 47. Colour photograph of East End Cellars Manager, Michael Andrewartha, in a bottle shop; 48. Colour photograph of Caroline Ainslie. Dated 12 Jul 1989; 49. Colour photograph of Christine Auld, Sales Consultant, Brock Partners; 50. Colour photograph of Brian Anders; 51. Carolyn Anderson (left) and Dina Mattters; 52. Mr. Peter Altree, Chief Executive Officer, Calvary Hospital Adelaide. Dated 8 Jun 1994; 53. Colin Adamson, photograph by Milton Wordley and Associates. Do an Archival Number search on B71847/53; 54. Mr. Trevor Andrew, Managing Director, Andrew National Properties. Dated 17 Jan 1990; 55. Andrew Atkinson, Acting General Manager, ACC City Projects Division. 1/9/98; 56. Colour photograph of Rick Allert, Chair of Board of Education Adelaide, at the Education Adelaide launch. Dated 10/11/98; 57. Colour photograph of Ben Allen and Aminta Neill; 58. Barbara Allen, Director 1996 Adelaide Fringe Festival, 23 Feb to 17 March. Dated 4 Oct 1995; 59. Tony Abbott, Law Society; 60. Legal Services Commission, Legal Education Officer, Liz Ahern; 61. Mr. Clive Armour, ETSA Corporation; 62. Piers Akerman; 63. Colour photograph of Michael Abbott, QC, counsel for the Liberal Party; 64-79. Photocopied pages with additional photos and the captions which were used with the images; 80. An Adelaide City Council procession; 81. Jeff Grebler, Andrew Brown, Joe Van Kysingen, Bruce Hancock and Tony de Freitas at Sables restaurant; 82. Tim Moffatt, Chester Bennett, Greg Chappell and Andrew Cleland; 83. Doron Gunzberg, Martin Gilkes and Paul Harris; 84. Blakey and Stew from 5KA at the Pink Pig restaurant; 85. Greer and Ross Honeywill, and Roger Holden.