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George H.G. Searcy

George H.G. Searcy

George H.G. Searcy.

Portrait of Arthur Searcy

Portrait of Arthur Searcy

Mr Arthur Searcy, 1852-1935, photographed in his role as President of the Marine Board, South Australia: a cutting from the Adelaide Chronicle July 19, 1902.

Photo of, and article on, Arthur Searcy

Photo of, and article on, Arthur Searcy

Arthur Searcy, 1852-1935, during his role as Deputy Commissioner of Taxes and Stamps in South Australia.

Portrait of Arthur Searcy

Portrait of Arthur Searcy

Mr. Searcy, Deputy Commissioner of Taxes, President of Marine Board, South Australia.

Arthur Searcy, L. H. Scholl and W. Strawbridge

Arthur Searcy, L. H. Scholl and W. Strawbridge

The front cover of Quiz, vol. 18, no. 885 featuring three photographs of Arthur Searcy, President of the Marine Board and Deputy Commissioner of Taxes; L.H. Sholl, Under Secretary; W. Strawbridge, Surveyor-General, all of South Australia.

Portrait of Arthur Searcy

Portrait of Arthur Searcy

Arthur Searcy, President of the Public Service, Deputy Commissioner of Taxes and Stamps, and President of the Marine Board, South Australia: a cutting from the Public Service Journal 1906.

Beatrice Maria Searcy

Beatrice Maria Searcy

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

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.

Jack Searcy MC

Jack Searcy MC

No. 237 John 'Jack' William Searcy, MC, Born London, England, he enlisted in South Australia on 19 August 1914 and served with the 10th Infantry Battalion, being wounded in action at Gallipoli on 1 May 1915 and France on 24 July 1918. He returned to Australia in 1918.

Guests meet for a chat at a garden party

Guests meet for a chat at a garden party

Guests attending a garden party given by Sir Archibald Weigall, Governor of South Australia: Mr.Giddings with his two daughters talking with Arthur Searcy, centre and Alfred Searcy, right.

Friends meeting at a Governor's garden party

Friends meeting at a Governor's garden party

A group of friends meeting at a Governor's garden party: left to right Misses Geddings; W.J.Geddings; Arthur Searcy; Alfred Searcy.

Alfred Searcy

Alfred Searcy

[General description] Head and upper body portrait of Alfred Searcy, with grey hair beard and moustache, wearing a wing collar and tie, jacket and matching waistcoat. He was a customs officer, public servant, writer and commentator, writing extensively about his time serving in the Northern territory. [On back of photograph] 'Alfred Searcy'.

Passengers on board the SS 'Zealandia'

Passengers on board the SS 'Zealandia'

Seven passengers on board the SS 'Zealandia', an interstate steamer on their way from Adelaide to Fremantle, Western Australia; two are identified as Miss Searcy and Ron Searcy.

Picnic party at Outer Harbor

Picnic party at Outer Harbor

A picnic party with Arthur Searcy, family and friends at the new Outer Harbor facilities; Arthur Searcy is standing in the second row fourth from the right.

A poem describing a Murray River trip

A poem describing a Murray River trip

A lighthearted poem describing a Murray River trip undertaken by prominent South Australian men in 1911; Arthur Searcy was a member of the group and is described by the author as: 'Jovial Searcy- not lean, Represented 'Marine', And told us wome useful facts ...'; author not known.

A party of visitors, including A. Searcy, taken by rowing boat to Harveys Return on Cape Borda

A party of visitors, including A. Searcy, taken by rowing boat to Harveys Return on Cape Borda

A party of visitors, including A. Searcy, taken by rowing boat to Harveys Return on Cape Borda; shortly after this photograph was taken the boat was damaged by rocks and A. Searcy fell off a rock and sprained his leg.

Informal view of Charlotte Mabel Searcy

Informal view of Charlotte Mabel Searcy

Informal view of Charlotte Mabel Searcy, later, Salon, eldest daughter of Arthur Searcy.

Two choirboys holding hymn books identified as Reg and Eric Searcy

Two choirboys holding hymn books identified as Reg and Eric Searcy

Two choirboys holding hymn books identified as Reg and Eric Searcy, sons of Alfred Searcy.

Alfred Searcy

Alfred Searcy

Upper body portrait of Mr. Alfred Searcy, a 'man of many parts'. Journalist, Customs Officer (Adelaide and Palmerston), Clerk of Parliament, novelist, photographer, commentator and tireless promotor of the Northern Territory.

Arthur Searcy

Arthur Searcy

Arthur Searcy.

Alfred Searcy

Alfred Searcy

Alfred Searcy.

Arthur Searcy

Arthur Searcy

Arthur Searcy.

William Searcy

William Searcy

William Searcy, Chief Inspector of Police, married to Charlotte Edwin nee Roffe, arrived in South Australia on board "Louisa Baillie" in September 1849.

William Searcy

William Searcy

William Searcy, Chief Inspector of Police, married to Charlotte Edwin nee Roffe, arrived in South Australia on board "Louisa Baillie" in September 1849.

Alfred Searcy

Alfred Searcy

Formal portrait of Alfred Searcy, assistant clerk of the House of Assembly.

Marine Board and Customs Office staff, South Australia

Marine Board and Customs Office staff, South Australia

Senior staff of the Marine Board and H.M. Customs Office, South Australia including the President, R.H. Ferguson, centre front row and Arthur Searcy, bottom right hand corner.

Guests of the President of the Marine Board, Arthur Searcy, at Outer Harbor

Guests of the President of the Marine Board, Arthur Searcy, at Outer Harbor

Guests of the President of the Marine Board, Arthur Searcy, at Outer Harbor on board a steam launch.

A team of sailors rowing the President of the Marine Board, Arthur Searcy, for landing at Neptune Island

A team of sailors rowing the President of the Marine Board, Arthur Searcy, for landing at Neptune Island

A team of sailors rowing the President of the Marine Board, Arthur Searcy, for landing at Neptune Island.

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.]