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Quorn Railway station

Quorn Railway station

A train arriving at the Quorn Railway station in South Australia.

An army sergeant

An army sergeant

An army sergeant, identity not known, at Morphettville Camp.

Three officers of the 32nd Battalion

Three officers of the 32nd Battalion

Three officers of the 32nd Battalion. Left to right: Lieutenant J.K. Paul; Colonel Coghill; Major John James Hughes. These officers trained the volunteers of 32nd Battalion, camped at Cheltenham Racecourse and their first major action was at the now famous Battle of Fromelles in July 1916, where they suffered great casualties. Some men from Coghill's original squad are among those recently identified from mass graves, such as Private Walter Hainsworth Pretty of Kilkenny. Coghill was the first Headmaster of Woodville High School and also taught at Adelaide and Unley High Schools. [A similar photo appeared in 'The Chronicle' Saturday 13 November 1915, page 27. See 'Second to none : a memorial history of the 32nd Battalion A.I.F. 1915-1919' by R.R. Freeman for a photo which provides names of the officers.]

Army officer Douglas Gordon

Army officer Douglas Gordon

A uniformed army officer identified as Major Gordon.

Colonel Hancock

Colonel Hancock

Colonel Hancock, Commandant of the Jubilee Oval military camp, Adelaide.

Major John James Hughes

Major John James Hughes

Major John James Hughes, of the 32nd Battalion, second in command of his unit, in Adelaide on horseback.

Distant view of the lighthouse at Point Malcolm, between Lake Alexandrina and Lake Albert

Distant view of the lighthouse at Point Malcolm, between Lake Alexandrina and Lake Albert

Distant view of the lighthouse at Point Malcolm, between Lake Alexandrina and Lake Albert.

George Pegler

George Pegler

Service number 18488 George Bentley Pegler, a staff member of the South Australian Harbors Board. George enlisted in the AIF on 26 October 1917 and served in France with the Australian Army Medical Corps. He returned to Australia in 1919. From 1923 to his death in 1950 he held the position of Harbourmaster at Cowell.

Police with their new ambulance, Thebarton

Police with their new ambulance, Thebarton

Six policemen and two civilian men standing in front of a new police ambulance at the Mounted Police Barracks, Thebarton. View on the east side of the parade ground with the barracks building in the background.

Mounted policemen demonstrating first aid, Thebarton

Mounted policemen demonstrating first aid, Thebarton

Policemen from the Mounted unit demonstrating first aid on a young male 'victim' who is lying on wet ground as his legs are bound into a splint. View at the Mounted Police Barracks at Thebarton on the parade ground looking east, with the barracks building in the background

Additional photographs relating to exploration and maritime topics

Additional photographs relating to exploration and maritime topics

A collection of mounted photographs relating primarily to exploration and maritime topics in South Australia and the Northern Territory, together with a small collection of portraits of people associated with the Royal Geographical Society. Two group portraits of Aboriginal people, from Port Lincoln and from Kopperamanna are included (photographs 9 and 15). Photographs 67-70 relate to the Flinders Centenary 1902. The following photographs have not been digitised (copies are held elsewhere in the Pictorial Collection or not related specifically to South Australia): 2. 'Light on Kingston jetty' with lighthouse keeper, his dog and bicycle; 3. 'Kingston jetty' Also at B 9409; 8. 'The British Hotel Port Adelaide', pencil sketch ca. 1841. Also at B 510; 9. 'Port Lincoln natives, last of tribe, 1897'. See B 512; 13. 'Victor Harbor breakwater'. Also at PRG 280/1/2/39; 20. Distant view of the landing place and iron stores at Port Adelaide, South Australia. Photograph of an artwork of 1838; 25. Horrocks' expedition, showing Horrocks and his party, with laden camel, moving through the bush. Photo of an artwork ca.1846; 26. 'Horrocks after being wounded on his way to Penwortham'. Photograph of an artwork ca.1848. Also at B 475. Original in the Art Gallery of South Australia; 28. Photograph of painting signed by E. Magraith 1904 with inscription 'H.M.C.S. Yatala after a painting by H. C. R. 1849', to Arthur Searcy Esq, President of Marine Board, from G. H. 1904'. See also B 9316; 31. View of the gorge on Mary River by Stephen King 1862. John McDouall Stuart Expedition. See also B 486/9; 33. 'Matthew Flinders, aged 27', photo of a portrait . See B 11153; 38. 'Captain Sir Leopold Mc Clintock, R.N. LL.D' photograph of an engraving of Sir Francis Leopold McClintock, Arctic explorer; 39. 'The late Sir John Franklin' photo of an engraving;40. 'Captain Charles Sturt' (Australian explorer). Also at B 70378/3; 41. 'Relievo of National Memorial to Sir John Franklin. M. Noble, Sculptor', photo of bronze sculpture in London; 51. 'Robert Kyffin Thomas' portrait. Also at B 3687; 52. 'Charles Davies older brother, Gawler'; 58. 'The Right Hon. Sir William Molesworth, Secretary of State for the Colonies'; 59. 'Sir Leopold Mc Clintock, 1880'; 60. Commander Verney Lovett Cameron 1878; 61. 'John McKinlay'. Davies & Co. photographer. Also at B 1782; 65. 'Sir J. Langdon Bonython'. Also at B 2255.