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Abandoned mine buildings

Abandoned mine buildings

Abandoned buildings and chimney stacks at a deserted mining site in South Australia, exact location not known.

Forty eight views of Broken Hill

Forty eight views of Broken Hill

ALBUM: Forty eight views of Broken Hill from 1888-1907. Many of these photographs can be found published in book on Broken Hill by R.H.B. Kearns.

Private Newbold and Private Clarke

Private Newbold and Private Clarke

PORTRAIT: Private H. H. Newbold and Private J. G. Clarke, photographed in England whilst members of the South Australia Detachment of the Australian Coronation Corps assembled for the coronation of King Edward VII in 1902; both men had served in the South African War with the 2nd South Australian Mounted Rifles.

Barge Ajax

Barge Ajax

The 'Ajax'. Low River at Lock 4.

Transporting an excavator on barges near Murray Bridge

Transporting an excavator on barges near Murray Bridge

Transporting a trench excavator used in swamp reclamation, on a platform across two barges, one of which is 'Achilles', near Murray Bridge, the two barge crew on the right, providing perspective to the size of the excavator. Mobilong, Long Flat and Burdett were all reclaimed swamp areas near Murray Bridge.

"Ajax", Barge

"Ajax", Barge

The barge "Ajax" and Captain Wally Rundholme.

Achilles

Achilles

PS Murrumbidgee with Achilles and another barge loading wood.

Paddle steamer at Murray Bridge

Paddle steamer at Murray Bridge

The paddle steamer 'Murrumbidgee', right, towing two barges, the 'Achilles' and 'Ajax' as they pass below the bridge at Murray Bridge, South Australia.

King William Street

King William Street

King William Street looking north from near Hindley Street. The Gate House for Government House can be seen on the right at the junction of King William Street and North Terrace. Several horse drawn carriages await passengers in the middle of the road. A horse drawn bus and a horse and cart appear in the foreground. Electric power poles line either side of King William Street.

The Education Building, Flinders Street, Adelaide

The Education Building, Flinders Street, Adelaide

The Education Building on the south west corner of Flinders Street and Gawler Place, Adelaide, South Australia.

Halifax Street

Halifax Street

[General description] Two parts of the Rob Roy Hotel on the northern side of Halifax Street. The eastern side of the hotel is a two storey building with a verandah fenced with wrought iron panels. A general store is situated next door on the other side of Colby Place. [On back of photograph] Acre 523 Rob Roy Hotel. Halifax Street, north side, February 17th 1926. Frontage is 18.5 yards. Hotel stands on the east corner of Colby Place. For photo. of the hotel taken after the alterations effected in 1926 see B 4173.

Ada and Mary Hancock

Ada and Mary Hancock

Portrait of Mrs Ada Mary Hancock (nee Roach) and her daughter, Mary Maynard Hancock.

Nelyambo Station homestead

Nelyambo Station homestead

Nelyambo Station homestead, on the River Darling.

Glenelg Treatment works

Glenelg Treatment works

View of boardwalks at the Glenelg Treatment Works.

Ma's Thai Massage, Hindley Street, Adelaide

Ma's Thai Massage, Hindley Street, Adelaide

Ma's Thai Massage, Hindley Street, Adelaide.

Woodville Railway Station

Woodville Railway Station

Woodville Railway Station signal box.

Two soldiers standing by a 50 foot gun

Two soldiers standing by a 50 foot gun

Two soldiers, probably Cuthbert Cameron Mackenzie with another serviceman standing by the the 50 foot barrel of a gun in Charleroi, Belgium. He carved his initials into the gun.

Motorboat at Goolwa jetty

Motorboat at Goolwa jetty

A small motorboat at Goolwa jetty being observed by a group of men.

S. S. Austral

S. S. Austral

S.S.Austral.

Loose photographs

Loose photographs

Photographs taken by Captain Samuel Sweet across many locations in South Australia and the Northern Territory. Many are marked 'Sweet Adelaide' with a number, and sometimes an anchor is drawn. Some have also been stamped, 'Captn Sweet Adelaide, landscape photographer' in the lower right corner. A number of photographs in the collection have not yet been confirmed as being taken by Captain Sweet. To see details of the individual photographs, search on Archival number PRG 742/5/1-202.

Studio photograph of South Australian nurses titled 'Patriotic nurses for South Africa'

Studio photograph of South Australian nurses titled 'Patriotic nurses for South Africa'

Studio photograph of South Australian nurses titled 'Patriotic nurses for South Africa'. The surnames of the nurses are: Stephenson, Cocks, O'Shanahan, Watts, Bidmead (later became leader of the group of nurses) and Glenie. The second Anglo-Boer war at the turn of the century provided South Australian women with a unique opportunity of participate as active citizens in the public sphere. Through the support of the community the small contingent of South Australian nurses worked tirelessly in conjunction with the Imperial Resources to provide nursing services in South Africa. The nurses received service medals from the King and Martha Bidmead received the Royal Red Cross and Devoted Service Cross.

The Governor General arriving at St Peter's Cathedral

The Governor General arriving at St Peter's Cathedral

The Governor General, Viscount de L'Isle, and his wife, being greeted by the Anglican Bishop of Adelaide, Rt Rev. Dr T.T. Reed, at St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide, 18 March 1962.

Woodville Railway Station

Woodville Railway Station

Woodville Railway Station.

The 'Argomene' anchored nearly a hilly coastline

The 'Argomene' anchored nearly a hilly coastline

The iron ship 'Argomene', 1662 tons, anchored near a hilly coastline. [iron ship 1716 tons. ON76415, 241.0 x 38.7 x 24.0 Built 1877 (1) TR Oswald, Southampton. Owners H Fernie and Sons. Liverpool (Later Liverpool Shipping Co. Ltd. managed by Fernies) c.1899 sold to S. Hampton Co. Ltd. (JB Thomson) registered Glasgow (renamed 'Hampton') c.1910 to Italian owners and renamed 'Bianchetto' and drops from registers after 1917.]

The 'Scottish Lochs' under sail

The 'Scottish Lochs' under sail

The iron ship 'Scottish Lochs', 2640 tons, under sail [iron ship, 2640 tons, ON93801, 308.0 x 42.0 x 24.8. Built 1888 (8) Oswald, Mordaunt and Co., Southampton, WH Ross and Co., registered Liverpool. Later G Windram and Co. registered Liverpool. Sold c.1911 to Norwegian owners and renamed 'Sofareren' and broken up in Denmark in 1923].

Dohnt family

Dohnt family

Photograph Mr and Mrs L. Dohnt with adult members of their family taken in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1948. The photograph shows five men and two ladies as well as the parents. The names of the people in this image are Back L-R Max, Nat, Ron, Morris and Kevin Front L-R Doll, Catherine and Laurence (Parents) and Eileen.

Proclamation Day ceremony 1944

Proclamation Day ceremony 1944

Photographs of the Proclamation Day ceremony at the Old Gum Tree, Glenelg, 28 December 1944 with Mayor Baden Pattinson, and Lt. General Sir Willoughby Norrie present.

St. Matthew's, Poonindie

St. Matthew's, Poonindie

St. Matthews Church, Poonindie Station, Poonindie. Bearded gentleman at the doorway is Octavius Hammond who was the Mission doctor (died 1878).

Whiting at Port Lincoln

Whiting at Port Lincoln

View towards the bow of a boat showing whiting on the deck.

Gorge in Everard Range

Gorge in Everard Range

Gorge in Everard Range looking west.