Find • Smith • Results 3,481 to 3,510 of 7,121

Lady Weigall with friends and her daughter Priscilla

Lady Weigall with friends and her daughter Priscilla

Lady Weigall, wife of the Governor of South Australia standing with her daughter Priscilla, another woman and a small boy at a function in Adelaide.

Trees blooming in the Adelaide parklands

Trees blooming in the Adelaide parklands

An orchard of trees in bloom in the Adelaide parklands.

Wounded Australian soldiers in England

Wounded Australian soldiers in England

Ten wounded Australian soldiers photographed in a garden in England whilst convalescing; standing, fourth from the left Private Gur, 43rd Battalion, sitting second from the left Corporal Brook, 43rd Battalion and fourth from the left Sgt. Smith, 27th Battalion; other names not known.

Wedding group outside 'Dimora', East Terrace, Adelaide

Wedding group outside 'Dimora', East Terrace, Adelaide

A large group of wedding guests surrounding the bride and groom, Miss Ursula Lloyd and Mr. Lance Hargrave outside 'Dimora' a residence on East Terrace, Adelaide; the bride is the great-grand-daughter of Sir John Morphett and Sir Henry Ayers.

South Australian family group

South Australian family group

A family group of a husband and wife with their six children photographed in a garden; names not known.

McCallum-Aunger transcontinetal motorists

McCallum-Aunger transcontinetal motorists

Members of the McCallum-Aunger motor party from Adelaide to Darwin and back. In the first car were Murray Aunger at the wheel and Donald McCallum. In the second car were Hon. Thomas McCallum at the wheel and W.H. Crowder of the S.A. Lands Department. In the third car were Cyril Aunger at the wheel and Captain Samuel A. White, the well known ornithologist.

A champion shorthorn milking cow at Jubilee Oval, Adelaide

A champion shorthorn milking cow at Jubilee Oval, Adelaide

A champion shorthorn milking cow on display after judging during a show held at Jubilee Oval, Adelaide.

New electric tram car 210 in Adelaide

New electric tram car 210 in Adelaide

The new electric tram car 210 described by Searcy as 'the new drop centre tram cart' in Adelaide, South Australia.

Some of the Girl Guides of the 1st Adelaide and 1st Mitcham companies in charge of Lieutenant B. Ford Smith, who entertained in camp at Seacliff, Miss Alvilde Bridges, daughter of the Governor and Mrs. Bridges.

Damaged motor car after an accident in the Adelaide Hills

Damaged motor car after an accident in the Adelaide Hills

A damaged motor car on its side in the Adelaide Hills after an accident.

Returned servicemen receiving blacksmith training

Returned servicemen receiving blacksmith training

Five men receiving blacksmith training as part of their repatriation after army service during World War I, a sixth man stands watching, possibly the teacher.

Children paddling in the sea at Glenelg, South Australia

Children paddling in the sea at Glenelg, South Australia

Children paddling in the sea near to women watching from the beach at Glenelg, possibly on Proclamation Day; crowds are packing the jetty in the background.

Members of the Glenelg town council, past and present, 1906

Members of the Glenelg town council, past and present, 1906

Members of the Glenelg town council, past and present photographed in 1906. Back row, left to right: J.P.Bickford (clerk); Councillors Robert Cooper; G. Fowler Stewart; W. Storrie, jnr.; H.V. Moyle; T.B. Percival; H. Wright; Messrs. C.L. Colley and F.W. Ralph. Front row: Mayors H.J. Pearce (1903-5); A.J. Roberts (1900-2); G.K. Soward (1896-8); W.F. Stock (1879-1880, 1887); H.W. Varley; W. Rounsevell (l881-2); H.D. Gell (1885-6); W.L. Ware (1890-2); R. Smith (1893-5).

Holiday crowds on the jetty at Glenelg, South Australia

Holiday crowds on the jetty at Glenelg, South Australia

Holiday crowds on the jetty at Glenelg watching small craft alongside.

Women tennis players from South Australia and New South Wales

Women tennis players from South Australia and New South Wales

Eight women tennis players, four from South Australia standing in the back row and four visiting Adelaide from New South Wales sitting in front; names not known.

A woman playing bowls in Adelaide

A woman playing bowls in Adelaide

A woman identified as Mrs. Ford playing bowls in Adelaide.

Vice-regal group outside Government House, Adelaide.

Vice-regal group outside Government House, Adelaide.

A vice-regal group photographed outside Government House, Adelaide; Lord Forster, Governor-General of Australia sits second left with Lady Forster far left, and Lady Bridges second right next to Sir Tom Bridges, Governor of South Australia, two uniformed aides-de-camp stand behind.

Two men and a woman playing bowls in Adelaide

Two men and a woman playing bowls in Adelaide

Two men, one identified as J. Bower, and a woman playing bowls in Adelaide.

A naval wedding group

A naval wedding group

Wedding group for the former Miss Gray of Adelaide and naval officer Lieutenant Gillespie, late of H.M.A.S. Australia; the bridal couple stand with their attendants and an older man and woman sit either side.

Mrs. Flint of Adelaide playing bowls

Mrs. Flint of Adelaide playing bowls

A woman identified by Searcy as being Mrs. Flint playing bowls in Adelaide.

Old scholars attending a function at Prince Alfred College, Adelaide

Old scholars attending a function at Prince Alfred College, Adelaide

A group of old scholars attending a function at Prince Alfred College, Adelaide associated with the opening of a new wing; two men are wearing military uniform, names not known.

New signs at an Adelaide exhibition

New signs at an Adelaide exhibition

Men standing under trees with a display of new signs at an Adelaide exhibition; blackboard stands hold three signs that read: 'Kintore'; 'Returned Soldiers Only'; and 'Sunlight', some men hold buckets with 'Fire' written on them and one sits on top of a ladder.

A motor vehicle accident at Hindmarsh Bridge, Adelaide

A motor vehicle accident at Hindmarsh Bridge, Adelaide

A motor vehicle hanging over the edge of Hindmarsh Bridge, Adelaide after crashing through the safety fence causing a fatal accident; spectators stand either side looking down at the Torrens River.

Men attending a conference in Adelaide

Men attending a conference in Adelaide

A group of men described by Searcy as 'Pastoralists' photographed whilst attending a conference in Adelaide; names not known.

Boys of the Magill fife and drum band

Boys of the Magill fife and drum band

Boys of the Magill fife and drum band photographed dressed in uniform and holding their musical instruments in a group around a young woman; names not known.

Sir George Murray addressing children on Empire Day

Sir George Murray addressing children on Empire Day

Sir George Murray, Lieutenant Governor of South Australia, addressing a large audience of school children standing with their hands behind their backs in a school yard at Magill on Empire Day, May 26th 1922.

Returned soldiers working on making a metal boiler

Returned soldiers working on making a metal boiler

Returned soldiers working on making metal boilers; one boiler is resting on a wheeled support with three men sitting on it as they work.

Stock sale from the estate of the late Peter Wood of Linden Park

Stock sale from the estate of the late Peter Wood of Linden Park

A stock sale in progress of items from the estate of the late Peter Wood of Linden Park, South Australia.

Large timber being transported by a bullock team

Large timber being transported by a bullock team

A section of large timber chained to a jinker being pulled by a bullock team from Fulham to a saw mill at Glen Osmond, South Australia.

Returned servicemen receiving blacksmith training

Returned servicemen receiving blacksmith training

Five men receiving blacksmith training as part of their repatriation after army service in World War I, a sixth man stands watching, possibly a teacher.