Advertiser Newspapers Ltd, 1949, Photograph, B 7798/589
Four women tennis players pictured at the net.
Advertiser Newspapers Ltd, 1950, Photograph, B 7798/590
A group of women gathered for a tennis social at Toorak.
1953, Photograph, B 7798/591
A woman prepares to return the ball during a tennis match.
1962, Photograph, B 7798/592
1962, Photograph, B 7798/593
Miss Raylene Dunsford from Red Hill playing at Memorial Drive, 1 February 1962.
1940, Photograph, B 7798/594
Mrs N. Drew playing tennis.
1941, Photograph, B 7798/595
Two women playing in a doubles match at Memorial Drive.
1962, Photograph, B 7798/596
Mr G.W. Durham of Cumberland Park delivering bread at Forest Gardens with a horse drawn cart, 6 February 1962.
1940, Photograph, B 7798/597
Colonel Waite, Camp Commandant at Wayville, presenting the S.A. Trotting Cup to W. Hawke, owner-trainer-reinsman of the winner ' Black Panther'. Mr J.J. Rice, S.A. Trotting Club President is on the right.
Advertiser Newspapers Ltd, 1941, Photograph, B 7798/598
'Prairie Song' in harness on the trotting track at Woodville Oval.
Advertiser Newspapers Ltd, 1945, Photograph, B 7798/599
The finish of the final 1,000 pound S.A. Trotting Cup at Wayville. 'Stan's First' (R. Pedeham) defeating 'Wrinkle Lu' (F. Elmer) with head of Highland Park, third horse just showing. A researcher has identified F. Elmer as Francis Laurel Elmer.
Advertiser Newspapers Ltd, 1945, Photograph, B 7798/600
Presentation of the S.A Trotting Cup at Wayville: (from left) 'Stan's First' being held by his trainer-driver R. Peckham; J.J. Rice (President S.A. Trotting Club); J.O'Loughlin (receiving the cup on behalf of his wife); the Lord Mayor, Mr Walker. 6 January 1945.
1946, Photograph, B 7798/601
A trotting race in progress at an unidentified country track.
1947, Photograph, B 7798/602
Start of the SA Derby, run at Wayville on February 5 1947. The winner was Amorous driven by T. Burke in a mile rate of 2.20.4. The race was worth £1,400. Amorous defeated Inspire and Prince Regent. Amorous drew barrier 1 but galloped at the start and lost 50 yards. He was a brother to Admirer who won the SA Derby in 1940. Amorous was a hot favourite and only paid money back for a win and place. [from information provided by a researcher].
1949, Photograph, B 7798/603
Finish of a trotting race, with 'Missouri Girl', second from the rails, the winner.
1949, Photograph, B 7798/604
Three horses competing in the Honeyman Handicap race.
1949, Photograph, B 7798/605
'Eternal' (N. Gath) winning from 'Donal's Way' (J. Woollatt) in the Jones Handicap race.
1962, Photograph, B 7798/606
Two horses being whipped on in the Finniss Handicap race at the Strathalbyn Trots, 15 May 1962.
Atkins, William G., 1962, Photograph, B 7798/607
Horses coming in for a dead heat finish at a night race at Wayville, 24 February 1962.
Advertiser Newspapers Ltd, 1941, Photograph, B 7798/608
The winners, the Royal Australian Air Force team, in action during a tug-of-war at an amateur athletics meeting on the University Oval.
Advertiser Newspapers Ltd, 1942, Photograph, B 7798/609
The United States Army Band in action on the Adelaide Oval.
Advertiser Newspapers Ltd, 1942, Photograph, B 7798/610
Members of the United States Army, 32nd Infantry Division, marching along King William Street, Adelaide, in an Independence Day Parade, 4 July 1942. More than 60,000 South Australians watched the parade.
Advertiser Newspapers Ltd, 1942, Photograph, B 7798/611
United States Army Band on the Adelaide Oval.
Advertiser Newspapers Ltd, 1942, Photograph, B 7798/612
American sailors in Adelaide.
Advertiser Newspapers Ltd, 1942, Photograph, B 7798/613
Burial of a United States soldier at Cheltenham cemetery.
1962, Photograph, B 7798/614
A United States Air Force Band pictured at the corner of King William Street and North Terrace marching to the Coral Sea service, 9 May 1962.
1939, Photograph, B 7798/616
Procession of academics outside Bonyton Hall during Adelaide University commemoration.
Advertiser Newspapers Ltd, 1952, Photograph, B 7798/617
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor A.P Rowe, and the Governor, Lieutenant General Sir C. Willoughby Norrie, at University commemoration.
1962, Photograph, B 7798/618
University students try to 'enrol' at Christian Brothers College, Wakefield Street, as a Prosh Day stunt.
1962, Photograph, B 7798/619
A tug-of-war in King William Street as part of the University Procession Day (Prosh Day) parade.