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Invitation

Invitation

An invitation to the Opening of the Parliament of the Commonwealth by his Royal Highness the Duke of Cornwall and York in Melbourne, Victoria.

An invitation to a Conversazione in the exhibition building

An invitation to a Conversazione in the exhibition building

An invitation issued by the Government of Victoria to a Conversazione in exhibition building 7th May 1901, as part of the Australian Commonwealth celebrations.

An invitation to attend a Royal Review at Flemington

An invitation to attend a Royal Review at Flemington

An invitation issued by the Government of Victoria to attend a Royal Review at Flemington, 10th May 1901, as part of the Australian Commonwealth celebrations.

Invitation to the opening of the first Australian Parliament

Invitation to the opening of the first Australian Parliament

An invitation issued under the name of Edmund Barton, Prime Minister, to attend the Opening of the Parliament of the Commonwealth in exhibition building, Melbourne, 9th May 1901: an artistic impression of a young Queen receiving the crown from the Queen Mother.

A certificate of merit awarded to Arthur Searcy

A certificate of merit awarded to Arthur Searcy

A certificate of merit awarded to Arthur Searcy for services rendered to the South Australian Chamber of Manufactures, Exhibition of Products, Arts and Industries, 1905.

A flag

A flag

A paper reproduction of the South Australian flag showing a union jack on a blue background and a small round badge depicting Britannia greeting an Aborigine.

Panorama of Wellington, New Zealand

Panorama of Wellington, New Zealand

A panoramic view of Wellington, New Zealand in 1890: three views joined to make one.

Copy of an address

Copy of an address

Reproduction of an address of thanks to Detective William N. Northridge for bravery whilst capturing an armed criminal, 28th March 1906.

A piece of seaweed

A piece of seaweed

A piece of weed taken from the Sargossa Sea between the Canary Islands and Bermuda.

Programme for the inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth

Programme for the inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth

The official programme for the inauguration of the Australian Commonwealth at Sydney, January 1st 1901.

Miners working at Kapunda mine

Miners working at Kapunda mine

A drawing by George French Angas depicting miners working at Kapunda mine.

Replica of flags

Replica of flags

Replica of three flags to be used by diplomatic and consular officers as authorised by order in Council of August 7, 1869.

Young girl

Young girl

Studio view of a small girl sitting on a fur rug.

Beatrice Maria Searcy

Beatrice Maria Searcy

Beatrice Maria Searcy at six months old propped up on pillows in an ornate cane perambulator.

Jane Searcy with her daughter Stella and grandson Alfred

Jane Searcy with her daughter Stella and grandson Alfred

Jane Annette Searcy (nee Rainsford) (b.6/11/1855) wife of Alfred Searcy (marr.10/2/1876) with her daughter Stella Maud Baker (b.29/12/1877) and grandson Alfred Searcy Kendall Baker (b.6/9/1904).

Dorothy Searcy White

Dorothy Searcy White

Dorothy Searcy White: view of her as a baby.

Searcy Family

Searcy Family

Members of the Searcy family in the garden of their home in Mills Terrace, North Adelaide.

Searcy Family and friends

Searcy Family and friends

Children of the Searcy family with friends: two views of formal groups taken in the garden of their home at Mills Terrace, North Adelaide including a large dog.

An earthwork table of figures

An earthwork table of figures

Early photographic copy of an earthwork table of figures relating to surveying. Notes with the table refer to gullets, slopes and corrections but are very difficult to read. One note begins 'Volume of earthwork in cubic yards for a length of one chain and for a given sum of end heights in feet when same are equal...[rest indecipherable]. The name P. Stuart appears in the bottom right hand corner.

Distant view of Happy Valley reservoir

Distant view of Happy Valley reservoir

Distant view taken from surrounding hills of Happy Valley reservoir.

Clarendon weir

Clarendon weir

Clarendon weir, part of Happy Valley waterworks.

Tablet on Flinders Column at Mount Lofty

Tablet on Flinders Column at Mount Lofty

Close view of the inscribed tablet on Flinders Column at Mount Lofty.

Inscribed tablet on the Flinders monument

Inscribed tablet on the Flinders monument

Close view of the inscribed tablet on the Flinders monument at Stamford Hill, Port Lincoln.

Flinders monument at Port Lincoln

Flinders monument at Port Lincoln

The Flinders monument on Stamford Hill, Port Lincoln.

Lord Tennyson

Lord Tennyson

Lord Tennyson, Governor of South Australia at the unveiling ceremony of the tablet at Flinders Column, Mount Lofty, 22nd March 1902.

Lord and Lady Tennyson

Lord and Lady Tennyson

Lord and Lady Tennyson with a small crowd of guests present at the unveiling ceremony of the tablet at Flinders Column, Mount Lofty, 22nd March 1902.

Staff of the Adelaide Steamship Company on a picnic

Staff of the Adelaide Steamship Company on a picnic

Staff of the Adelaide Steamship Company in a large picnic group at Belair National Park.

View of Adelaide from the GPO

View of Adelaide from the GPO

The rooftops of Adelaide in 1903: view taken from the General Post Office, King William Street.

The premises of W.H. Betts, general store and the jetty at Streaky Bay

The premises of W.H. Betts, general store and the jetty at Streaky Bay

The premises of W.H. Betts, general store and the jetty at Streaky Bay.

Houses and stables

Houses and stables

Residences and stables at Ceduna with the jetty in the background. According to a researcher, 'this image is incorrectly labeled as Ceduna jetty - it is actually Fowlers Bay jetty on the Far West Coast of South Australia. The stone building in the upper left is the post office and the large stone building on the waterfront, center of image is the Globe Hotel, a favorite drinking place for the explorer, Richard Thelwall Maurice who based himself at Fowlers bay during 1890-1900.'