Godson, Harry, n.d., Photograph, PRG 1258/5
Photographs of canoe trees of the Murray River.
c. 1880, Photograph, B 39485
Riverton serv-well store.
GM Holden Ltd, c. 1946, Manuscript, BRG 213/89/13/2
Framed black and white bookplate imprint of the Holden Coat of Arms.
1933, Photograph, B 46790
Solomontown beach showing it before a retaining wall was built, plus a jetty and tons of sand were used to create a "man-made beach". Photograph of a postcard.
Government Photolithographer (S.A, 1959, Photograph, B 53313
General view of Sawmill taken from Watson Drive.
c. 1910, Photograph, B 58919
KENSINGTON GARDENS: The gateway leading to 'Dover House', Burnside Road, Kensington Gardens.
c. 1926, Photograph, B 59771/83
Gardens of unidentified house probably in Clare.
c. 1925, Photograph, B 69979
A bride and groom pictured in the photographer's studio after their wedding. Believed to be the Weir family.
c. 1932, Photograph, B 8132
[General description] Township buildings including the North Star Hotel (the two storey building) are seen on the left of tree lined Nott Street. The North Star Hotel has existed since 1854. [On back of photograph] 'Melrose with Mt. Remarkable in the background / 1932 / Reproduced in the Chronicle for July 28, 1932'.
Wenmouth, Bernice Mary, c. 1975, Photograph, B 64310/275
The River Murray at Murray Bridge.
Hurrell, Gordon Blackmore, c. 1937, Photograph, B 72877/51
Mount Remarkable, backdrop to Melrose, between Adelaide and Port Augusta.
1860, Photograph, B 9413/1-3
Panorama of Nairne in three parts.
1923, Photograph, PRG 280/1/30/271
Sir William Sowden standing left, a clergyman, and a visitor described as Mr. Rushton attending a Boy Scout rally in Adelaide.
Mountford, Charles P, 1948, Photograph, PRG 1218/34/2797
Aboriginal children being taught string games on the beach at Yirrkala by Wandjuk Marika.
1921, Photograph, PRG 280/1/29/142
Paddle steamers at the Morgan wharves on the Murray River, South Australia. From left to right: PS Waikerie, PS Ellen, PS Decoy, PS Corowa, and possibly PS Murrumbidgee.
Arthur Studio (Mount Gambier, S.A, 1950, Photograph, BRG 347/6307
Photograph of a brother and sister from the R.J. Murphy family taken in Mount Gambier in 1950. The boy is approximately three years old and the baby is possibly three months old, and both children are wearing smocked clothing.
c. 1840, Photograph, B 14431
Portrait of Ada Walker: An elderly Aboriginal woman of the River Murray (Aboriginal name Nildalli). Wife of the famous Aboriginal, Tommy Walker. See D.J. Gordon and V.H. Ryan's Handbook of South Australia (1914) pp. 286 and 297.