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Residence, Montacute

Residence, Montacute

Photograph of Levi Emmerton's house.

Kadina Methodist Church

Kadina Methodist Church

KADINA: The Methodist Church.

Grenfell Street

Grenfell Street

Grenfell Street, south side, frontage of the building is 30 yards. The near side abuts Wyatt Street. The corner building houses the wholesale grocery business of W Puplett and next door stands the Feldheim and Jacobs Tobacco Company. The two storey bluestone building has a balastraded parapet, quoins and a cellar. Three men are standing in the doorway of W Puplett Grocers.

Port Adelaide

Port Adelaide

No. 1 Dock, Port Adelaide.

Group of nurses and army officers

Group of nurses and army officers

Group of nurses and army officers participating in the America Carnival in aid of Cheer-Up Society's funds. One nurse is holding an American flag.

This House is Jumping, (left to right) Paul Garner, Hectorville, drums; Graeme Davis, Ethelton, lead guitar; David Jacquier, Largs Bay, Keyboards; Veronica Taheny, Glandore, lead singer / sax; Michael Winter, St Peters, bass guitar; Leigh Raddon, Largs Bay, tenor sax; Mel Watson, Christies Beach, trumpet.

This House is Jumping, (left to right) Paul Garner, Hectorville, drums; Graeme Davis, Ethelton, lead guitar; David Jacquier, Largs Bay, Keyboards; Veronica Taheny, Glandore, lead singer / sax; Michael Winter, St Peters, bass guitar; Leigh Raddon, Largs Bay, tenor sax; Mel Watson, Christies Beach, trumpet.

The 'County of Roxburgh' wrecked at Takaroa Island

The 'County of Roxburgh' wrecked at Takaroa Island

The four masted iron ship 'County of Roxburgh', 2209 tons, wrecked at Takaroa Island on 8.7.1906 [[iron 4 mast ship, 2209 tons, ON93277, 285.6 x 43.5 x 24.0. Built 1886 (6) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. Owners R&J Craig, registered Glasgow. Totally wrecked Takaroa (or Tokaroa) Island (Low Archipelago) South Pacific, February 8 1906, in a hurricane. All saved].

Bridge over gorge at Millbrook Reservoir

Bridge over gorge at Millbrook Reservoir

A substantial stone bridge and pylons over a creek, which appears to not be connected to a road. The caption on the back reads 'Bridge over gorge - Millbrook Reservoir 1923'.

No Secrets, (left to right) Pat Smith, lead vocals; Bredon Doherty, bass; Mick Dermody, rhythm guitar; Bey Tayloe, lead guitar; Johnny Wesick, drums; Paul Natar, sax.

No Secrets, (left to right) Pat Smith, lead vocals; Bredon Doherty, bass; Mick Dermody, rhythm guitar; Bey Tayloe, lead guitar; Johnny Wesick, drums; Paul Natar, sax.

South Australian pioneers 1840 : Henry John Hill Snr

South Australian pioneers 1840 : Henry John Hill Snr

Henry John Hill Snr arrived in South Australia in August 1840 on board the ship the "Lalla Rookh". Carrier, Member of Parliament.

Excursion group at Lake Woytchugga near Wilcannia

Excursion group at Lake Woytchugga near Wilcannia

Excursion group in horse-drawn vehicles at Lake Woytchugga, near Wilcannia.

Office at Gepps Cross abattoirs, South Australia

Office at Gepps Cross abattoirs, South Australia

The stock agent's office at Gepps Cross abattoirs South Australia.

Hindmarsh Square

Hindmarsh Square

Hindmarsh Square, east side, with the premises of 'English & Brown, builders' in the middle.

The 'Berean' in an unidentified port

The 'Berean' in an unidentified port

The composite barque 'Berean', 542 tons, in an unidentified port. [Composite barque, 542 tons. ON60996, 160.5 x 30.2 x 17.2 Built 1869 (8) W Pile and Co. Sunderland. Owners TB Walker registered London sold c.1896 Norwegian owners. In 1910 suffered severe damage after a collision with a steamer in the Thames and sunk. Raised and converted into a hulk and subsequently broken up. Under the British flag was well known in the Tasmanian trades.]

Rundle Street, Adelaide

Rundle Street, Adelaide

Rundle Street, Adelaide, north side. John Martins' left side is 59 yards west of Charles Street and frontage is 17 yards. John Martin's windows contain advertisements and merchandise for their "Great Summer Sale". This building was formerly the King of Hanover Hotel. For a view after alterations in 1923-4, see B 2297.

Rundle Street, Charles Street, Adelaide

Rundle Street, Charles Street, Adelaide

Corner of Rundle and Charles Streets, Adelaide, taken 16 July 1915. Brunkhorst's premises were demolished in 1915. Extreme right is 16 yards east of Charles Street. Near side of Central Chambers is 23 yards north of Rundle Street. To view the building subsequently erected see B 2033.

South Australian pioneers 1840 : John Isaac Turbill

South Australian pioneers 1840 : John Isaac Turbill

John Isaac Turbill arrived in South Australia in September 1840 on board the ship the "Lysander". Blacksmith, publican, Magill.

Armistice Celebrations

Armistice Celebrations

[General description] The tops of various vehicles including trams can be seen above the crowd of people in King William Street celebrating the Armistice. City buildings form a backdrop to this lively scene. [On back of photograph] 'King William Street, west side / looking south from North Terrace / November 12th 1918 (Day following Armistice Day)'.

Reservoir, Chain of Ponds

Reservoir, Chain of Ponds

Chain of Ponds: view of the reservoir.

The 'County of Haddington' in dry dock

The 'County of Haddington' in dry dock

The four masted fully rigged ship 'County of Haddington', 1865 tons, in dry dock [iron 4 mast ship, 1943 tons. ON80432, 281.0 x 40.4 x 24.1. Built 1878 (11) Barclay, Curle and Co. Glasgow. Owners R&J Craig, registered Glasgow. Missing. Left New York for Shanghai on February 2, 1901 and not seen again]. The ship is in drydock at Sharpness Dock, Gloucestershire.

Michael Joseph Sutton

Michael Joseph Sutton

Photograph of Michael Joseph Sutton in army uniform, pictured with his wife Lily Margaret Pauline Sutton (nee Stone). Lily later remarried. According to a researcher, this is Private SUTTON, Michael Joseph service number SX13088. Born Mount Gambier, 1922.

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary East

Group of [women] Old Colonists : Mary East

Probably Mary East, c. 1805-1876; nee Milton, married Thomas Robertson, then Samuel East. Arrived in South Australia in December 1838 on board the ship the "Prince George". Resided in Adelaide, Kensington.

Ward Street, North Adelaide

Ward Street, North Adelaide

[General description] Students are gathered outside the stone walls of the college, many sporting straw boater hats. The younger boys are in knickerbockers. In the foreground one older group, possibly masters, is standing in the middle of the road on the horse tram tracks. The older building of the Whinham College is prominent in this view and the rear of the grand new one, built in 1882 by Robert Whinham, is seen on the left. See B 10698 for its front view. (The college was founded in 1854 by John Whinham as the North Adelaide Grammar School and was later taken over by his son, Robert. Due to Robert's untimely death from a riding accident this highly regarded college gradually declined in prestige and closed in 1898.) [On back of photograph] 'Acres 771, 770, 769 / Ward Street, north side / Whinham College / June 1895. / On right is Ward Court (in centre of acre 771) / Lamp post is 173 yards east of Jeffcott Street.'

The Wenmouth Collection : River Murray

The Wenmouth Collection : River Murray

Cliffs along the edge of the River Murray.

Wool arriving at Port Augusta

Wool arriving at Port Augusta

Three drays loaded with wool bales, in front of the Tassie & Co. premises at Port Augusta. A number of drivers are in the foreground, and the centre dray is attached to a bullock team. Alexander Drysdale Tassie was a merchant and the first settler at Port Augusta. He died in 1873.

P.S. Renmark in Randell Street Mannum during 1917 flood

P.S. Renmark in Randell Street Mannum during 1917 flood

Side view of 'P.S. Renmark' in Randell Street, Mannum, during 1917 flood, with a man in small rowboat, and nearby buildings under water, one with a man on the roof.

West Terrace, Adelaide

West Terrace, Adelaide

[General description] A small boy leans on a post and rails fence in front of a row of shrubs on the west side of West Terrace. A row of two storey terrace houses is seen on the left. The Adelaide Observatory (on the right), originally built for Sir Charles Todd was demolished in 1978. [On back of photograph] 'Acres 186, 125 / West Terrace, looking south from a point a little south of Currie Street / 1877-86 / The Observatory is shown on the right of the photograph / The division between acres 186 and 125 lies between the far side of the single storey cottages on the left and the near side of the two storied verandahed building / Photograph from an album of Sweet's views'. Acording to a researcher, the Adelaide Observatoy building was demolished in 1952, not 1978 and Adelaide High School was built in its place.

Camels carrying heavy loads

Camels carrying heavy loads

Camels carrying heavy loads.

Adelaide River Bridge

Adelaide River Bridge

[General description] The railway bridge cuts across this view showing men from the Kintore Expedition taking a break by the river. Dense vegetation can be seen on the opposite bank. [On back of photograph] 'Adelaide River Bridge / 77 miles from Darwin on the railway line /C. 1889' (Another hand) 'Taken by Paul Foelsche / ESB 25/9/67'.

The "Gulnare" at Southport

The "Gulnare" at Southport

[On front of photograph] '"Gulnare" at Southport, Port Darwin / From Captain Sweet's negative.' Another hand '1871-72.' [General description] The "Gulnare", Captain Sweet's two masted schooner, is seen at anchor, her masts reflected in the water. She was the supply vessel for Goyder's Northern Territory survey expedition. On the right tents can be seen and men are posing for the photographer, in boats and on the jetty. On her return journey the ship grounded on a reef and was condemned.