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Victoria Square and surrounding buildings, Adelaide

Victoria Square and surrounding buildings, Adelaide

Overhead view of Victoria Square and surrounding buildings in Adelaide, looking west from the Education Building, Flinders Street.

Display of Australian products at the Adelaide Show

Display of Australian products at the Adelaide Show

Glass cabinet displays of Australian products in an exhibition hall at the Adelaide Show; the centre cabinet has a star sign overhead advertising the firm of 'Lever'.

New South Wales cricket team.

New South Wales cricket team.

The New South Wales Sheffield Shield team that played South Australia at Adelaide Oval between 7 January and 12 January 1921. New South Wales won by 638 runs. Back row; William 'Bert' Oldfield, Hunter 'Stork' Hendry, Jack Gregory, James Bogle, Alan Kippax, Charles Kelleway front row; Johnny Taylor, Thomas 'Tommy' Andrews, Herbert 'Herbie' Collins, Ernest 'Mick' Waddy, Warren Bardsley, Hanson 'Sammy' Carter.

New South Wales cricket team.

New South Wales cricket team.

The New South Wales Sheffield Shield team that played South Australia at Adelaide Oval between 7 January and 12 January 1921. New South Wales won by 638 runs. Back row; William 'Bert' Oldfield, Hunter 'Stork' Hendry, Jack Gregory, James Bogle, Alan Kippax, Charles Kelleway front row; Johnny Taylor, Thomas 'Tommy' Andrews, Herbert 'Herbie' Collins, Ernest 'Mick' Waddy, Warren Bardsley, Hanson 'Sammy' Carter.

Sir Henry Barwell at a lawn bowls function

Sir Henry Barwell at a lawn bowls function

Sir Henry Barwell, Premier of South Australia, and Lady Barwell attending the opening of the 1922-23 Adelaide Oval Bowling Club season. The Lord Mayor (Mr. Lewis Cohen) and the President of the Club (Mr J.M. Reid) were also in attendance [See also PRG 280/1/35/165 and PRG 280/1/35/166].

Workmen at Port Pirie

Workmen at Port Pirie

Workmen standing near rail carts outside the premises of the Adelaide Milling & Mercantile Company Limited at Port Pirie, South Australia.

Workmen at Port Pirie

Workmen at Port Pirie

Workmen standing near rail carts outside the premises of the Adelaide Milling & Mercantile Company Limited at Port Pirie, South Australia.

Rail transport at Outer Harbor

Rail transport at Outer Harbor

A large metal turbine being transported by rail from Outer Harbor to the Adelaide Electric Supply Company premises at Osborne, South Australia.

Rail transport at Outer Harbor

Rail transport at Outer Harbor

A large metal turbine being transported by rail from Outer Harbor to the Adelaide Electric Supply Company premises at Osborne, South Australia.

Sir Tom Bridges and Royal Humane Society medallists

Sir Tom Bridges and Royal Humane Society medallists

Sir Tom Bridges, Governor of South Australia, sitting with recipients of the Royal Humane Society medal in the grounds of Government House, Adelaide; names not known.

First train to Ascot Park

First train to Ascot Park

The first train to run on the new Brighton line photographed at the location of the planned Ascot Park railway station. One of three trainloads of intended Ascot Park land purchasers who travelled to the site on Saturday 22 February 1913. The train in the picture is V.R. No.1, later No.12 and then No.528 (which can be seen on the front buffer beam), Geo. England 2-2-2, B/No.146/1857. It originally had 72" driving wheels before being converted to a 2-4-0 in 1870. It went to South Australia for Rawdon & Baxter, contractors for the Outer Harbor works, Port Adelaide in 1904. Rebuilt by James Martin in 1912, then acquired by Smith & Timms, contractors for the Adelaide to Willunga line.

Fire at the premises of A.W. Sandford and Co. Ltd

Fire at the premises of A.W. Sandford and Co. Ltd

Roof-top view taken from the offices of "The Register" of smoke billowing from a fire at the premises of A.W. Sandford and Co. Ltd, produce salesmen and auctioneers, dairy machinery and refrigerating engineers, Imperial Place, Adelaide.

Army officers and men

Army officers and men

Army officers and men photographed with four women guests in Adelaide during World War I; identity unknown: copy 1.

Army cadets from Prince Alfred College

Army cadets from Prince Alfred College

While dentified by Searcy as 'army cadets from Prince Alfred College' it seems more likely that is of members from one of the Mitcham Camp group - see PRG 280/1/18/96, prg 280/1/20/192 and photograph in 'The Observer', Saturday 6 May 1916, page 24.

SS Governor Musgrave

SS Governor Musgrave

A 144 steam locomotive being lifted by crane on to the deck of the 'Governor Musgrave' for transportation to Port Germein for use on the jetty. One of a series of four views (PRG 280/1/5/136 - PRG 280/1/5/139) showing preparation, lifting, and the successful conclusion.

Scene at the Outer Harbor works

Scene at the Outer Harbor works

One of six scenes at the Outer Harbor works during a visit by the President of the Marine Board, Arthur Searcy, including two views of men laying railway tracks. [Sequence is from PRG 280/1/2/139 - PRG 280/1/2/144.]

An aerial view of Adelaide

An aerial view of Adelaide

An aerial view of the city of Adelaide featuring Victoria Square where some of the first electric trams are working, looking south along King William Street, Adelaide from the General Post Office tower.

Eleven men sitting around a table in a large office

Eleven men sitting around a table in a large office

Eleven men sitting around a table in a large office, they are described as Valuers assessing transferring properties for national and state governments. Same as PRG 280/1/5/431.

Aboriginal Chief Pollapalingda

Aboriginal Chief Pollapalingda

Aboriginal Chief Pollapalingda, known as King Tommy Walker, photographed after death.

Aboriginal Chief Pollapalingda

Aboriginal Chief Pollapalingda

Aboriginal Chief Pollapalingda, known as King Tommy Walker, photographed after death.

Aboriginal Chief Pollapalingda

Aboriginal Chief Pollapalingda

Aboriginal Chief Pollapalingda, known as King Tommy Walker, photographed after death.

Army staff officers

Army staff officers

A group of staff officers at an Adelaide army camp headquarters, a number of whom have been identified: Lieut. Knowles (Army Service Corps) (back row, second from left); Lieut. H.W. Neale (back row on right, see also B 71642); Capt. J.R. Borrow (second in command) (front row on left); Lieut.-Col. T. Hancock (front row, centre); and Lieut. A.A. Scarfe (Orderly Officer), 8th Light Horse (back row, second from left). See also PRG 280/1/3/285 for another image featuring these officers.

Visitors at Chateau Tanunda winery, Barossa Valley

Visitors at Chateau Tanunda winery, Barossa Valley

A large party of visitors outside the premises of Chateau Tanunda winery and tasting wine by tables in the grounds during the British Dominions Royal Commissioner's visit to the Barossa Valley in South Australia. The visit took place on 14 October 1909 and the group includes commerce delegates, members of the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce, and visitors.

Visitors at Chateau Tanunda winery, Barossa Valley

Visitors at Chateau Tanunda winery, Barossa Valley

A large party of visitors outside the premises of Chateau Tanunda winery and tasting wine by tables in the grounds during the British Dominions Royal Commissioner's visit to the Barossa Valley in South Australia. The visit took place on 14 October 1909 and the group includes commerce delegates, members of the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce, and visitors.

Visitors at Chateau Tanunda winery, Barossa Valley

Visitors at Chateau Tanunda winery, Barossa Valley

A large party of visitors outside the premises of Chateau Tanunda winery and tasting wine by tables in the grounds during the British Dominions Royal Commissioner's visit to the Barossa Valley in South Australia. The visit took place on 14 October 1909 and the group includes commerce delegates, members of the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce, and visitors.

Wine tasting at Chateau Tanunda winery, Barossa Valley, South Australia

Wine tasting at Chateau Tanunda winery, Barossa Valley, South Australia

Distant view of Chateau Tanunda with horsedrawn carriages and motor vehicles waiting outside: in the foreground guests are enjoying refreshments from a variety of wines set up on long trestle tables at a function held during a British Commissioner's visit to South Australia. The visit took place on 14 October 1909 and the group includes commerce delegates, members of the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce, and visitors.

Wine tasting party in the grounds of Chateau Tanunda winery, South Australia

Wine tasting party in the grounds of Chateau Tanunda winery, South Australia

A wine tasting party held in the grounds of Chateau Tanunda winery for guests during the British Dominions Royal Commissioner's visit. The visit took place on 14 October 1909 and the group includes commerce delegates, members of the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce, and visitors.

Wine tasting party in the grounds of Chateau Tanunda winery, South Australia

Wine tasting party in the grounds of Chateau Tanunda winery, South Australia

A wine tasting party held in the grounds of Chateau Tanunda winery for guests during the British Dominions Royal Commissioners visit. The visit took place on 14 October 1909 and the group includes commerce delegates, members of the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce, and visitors.

Visitors at Chateau Tanunda winery, Barossa Valley

Visitors at Chateau Tanunda winery, Barossa Valley

A large party of visitors outside the premises of Chateau Tanunda winery and tasting wine by tables in the grounds during the British Dominions Royal Commissioner's visit to the Barossa Valley in South Australia. The visit took place on 14 October 1909 and the group includes commerce delegates, members of the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce, and visitors.

Distant view of Chateau Tanunda

Distant view of Chateau Tanunda

Distant view of Chateau Tanunda with horsedrawn carriages and motor vehicles waiting outside: in the foreground guests are enjoying refreshments from a variety of wines set up on long trestle tables at a function held during a British Commissioner's visit to South Australia. The visit took place on 14 October 1909 and the group includes commerce delegates, members of the Adelaide Chamber of Commerce, and visitors.