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Stenhouse Bay gypsum workings

Stenhouse Bay gypsum workings

Snaps of early days at Stenhouse Bay and deposit. A tractor pulling truck load of bagged gypsum along a track leading tot he jetty at Stenhouse Bay where it will be loaded on to a waiting ship. Men sitting on top of the bags.

R. Forbes

R. Forbes

Photograph of Mr and Mrs R. Forbes and their baby taken in the studio in 1944. Mr Forbes is wearing the uniform of the Royal Australian Air Force. Mrs Forbes is wearing a suit with a large floral spray on the lapel and three strands of pearls. Their baby is about six months old and is sitting on a bunny rug.

Mrs Owen Dickson

Mrs Owen Dickson

Photograph of Mrs Alice L.(Lois) Dickson and her infant daughter, Pamela, taken in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1944. The baby is wearing a hand knitted dress with matching bootees. Mrs Dickson is wearing a dark dress with a necklace. Her husband Owen was serving in the Australian Air Force.

Fresh snowfall on a woodland landscape

Fresh snowfall on a woodland landscape

Uncaptioned photo of fresh snowfall on a woodland landscape, probably next to a military hospital in Bristol, England.

Tannery at Hindmarsh

Tannery at Hindmarsh

Buildings showing the premises of the meat wholesaler firm of W. Foster and Company at 31-33 Manton Street, Hindmarsh. The surrounding buildings were originally part of a tannery run by the company. According to a researcher, the building was also used to department store shop fixtures.

View from Morphett Street Bridge to the Fowlers building, North Terrace

View from Morphett Street Bridge to the Fowlers building, North Terrace

View across rail yards from the Morphett Street Bridge to the Fowlers 'Lion' Factory. South West cnr North Terrace and Morphett Street. David and James Fowler founded the business of D and J Fowler as a retail shop in King William Street in 1854. The business grew rapidly selling preserved fruits, jams, pickles and sauces. They also exported wool, wheat, wine and copper ore. The building shown in this photograph was opened in 1907 and was used as a packaging factory for self-raising flour

Clemow family

Clemow family

Photograph of Roy and Elsie Clemow with their daughter Eileen and son Malcom (aged 4), taken in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1944. Eileen is wearing a patterned day dress, whilst Malcolm is wearing a pullover and a tartan tie.

Schoolchildren, Hermitage

Schoolchildren, Hermitage

The Hermitage Public School pupils and their teacher.

Edeowie eating house

Edeowie eating house

Old eating house on a bullock track to Blinman.

Oakden Hills Station

Oakden Hills Station

Oakden Hills Station.

J. Cook

J. Cook

Photograph of a boy and his younger sister of the Cook family taken in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1944. The boy is about nine years old and is wearing a suit with short trousers. His little sister is about three years old and is wearing a smocked dress and a bow in her wavy fair hair.

Marjorie and David Barry

Marjorie and David Barry

Photograph of Marjorie Olive Barry and her baby, David John, who is about four months old. The baby is wearing a hand knitted dress and Mrs Barry is wearing a dark dress and a star pendant. Marjorie Barry's husband was John Patrick Barry.

Inland Mission, Alice Springs

Inland Mission, Alice Springs

The Australian Inland Mission Hostel under construction.

Premises of John Reid & Sons Limited Victoria Tannery at Hindmarsh

Premises of John Reid & Sons Limited Victoria Tannery at Hindmarsh

Premises of John Reid & Sons Limited Victoria Tannery at Hindmarsh.

D. Coote

D. Coote

Photograph of Mrs D. Coote and her baby daughter taken in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1944. The baby is about five months old and is wearing a long smocked dress.

Outback residence

Outback residence

Residence with an orchard and outbuildings, owned by the Maynard Pastoral Company (Waterhouse & Martin).

M.L. Barker

M.L. Barker

Photograph of two sisters wearing crocheted dresses taken in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1944. The girls are about five and six years old and have their hair curled and pinned.

Kevin Harris & Eric Altorfer

Kevin Harris & Eric Altorfer

Bonds Tours employees, Kevin Harris (left) and Eric Altorfer, standing in front of one of the buses in Darwin.

J.R. Barker

J.R. Barker

Photograph of Mrs J.R. Barker and her baby daughter taken in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1944. The baby is about six months old and is wearing a short smocked dress. Mrs Barker has rolled and pinned her dark hair and is wearing a dark dress.

Pulteney Street

Pulteney Street

Pulteney Street, east side.

Buchan

Buchan

Photograph of two ladies taken in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1944. They are both wearing pearl jewellery with their pleated blouses and skirts.

Bishop

Bishop

Photograph of Mrs Bishop and her infant daughter taken in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1944. The little girl is about six months old and is wearing a knitted baby dress with buttoned slippers.

A.J. Blackwell

A.J. Blackwell

Photograph of Mr and Mrs Blackwell taken in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1944. Mrs Blackwell is wearing a suit trimmed with fine emboidery around the buttons.

John Riddoch

John Riddoch

[Genral description] Full length portrait of John Riddoch who emigrated from Scotland in 1852 and made money at the River Owens goldfields, subsequently became, along with his brother George a wealthy pastoralist, later politician. He bought Yallum Park estate in 1861 and built a large Italianate mansion where he entertained a variety of famous people including royalty. He was the first to recognise the famous terra rossa soul of the Conawarra winegrowing district.

Barrows family

Barrows family

Photograph of James Bryce Barrows (known as Bryce), his wife Jean Roma Barrows and their daughter Wendy. The photograph was taken in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1944. Mrs Barrows is wearing a spotted outfit with white trim. Mr Barrows is wearing an open necked shirt and checked suit and their daughter Wendy, who is about eleven months old, is wearing a smocked dress.

Murray family

Murray family

Photograph of Mrs. Hilda Murray and her young son Richard taken in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1944. A researcher has indicated that this is Mrs. Mona Murray (nee Preece), and not Hilda. She is wearing a floral dress and Richard, who is about eighteen months old, is wearing a smocked shirt and short trousers.

J. Alleyn

J. Alleyn

Photograph of Mr and Mrs J. Alleyn seated in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1944. Mrs Alleyn is wearing a dark suit over a white blouse and Mr Alleyn is wearing a striped three-piece suit.

Women of the Proud family

Women of the Proud family

Women of the Proud family; Left to Right: Annie Proud, the only surviving child of Cornelius Proud and his first wife Mary Ann Lines; Emily Dorothea Proud, who was awarded the Catherine Helen Spence overseas scholarship for women, later becoming a lawyer she married Gordon Pavy; Millicent Proud, graduated M.A. from Adelaide University in 1915; Emily Proud nee Good, the second wife of Cornelius Proud and mother of the three younger women; and Katherine Lily Proud, in 1910 became first woman Diploma in Commerce graduate from Adelaide University, she married orchardist, Alec Magarey, lived in Blackwood, and was made a life member of the Country Fire Service.

C. Mulekine [?]

C. Mulekine [?]

Photograph of the Mulekine [?] siblings taken in the studio in Mount Gambier in 1944. The older boy is about ten years old, the younger boy is about seven years, and they are both wearing jackets. (The surname may be incorrect).

Mushroom After Dark.

Mushroom After Dark.