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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.

Two male tennis players

Two male tennis players

Two male tennis players standing side by side; Searcy describes them as 'Champions' and identifies the right figure as Clem Hill, the South Australian Test cricketer. (Searcy is incorrect: the left figure is Clem Hill; figure on right is Gerald Patterson, Wimbledon winner 1919 and 1922.).

A welcome for Aidan de Brune in Adelaide

A welcome for Aidan de Brune in Adelaide

A small crowd of well wishers stand with Aidan de Brune, a man who is walking around Australia after his arrival in Adelaide; the premises of the Imperial Hotel, King William Street can be seen in the background. A researcher has provided the following information: "In the event, de Brune took two and a half years to complete the walk. He was laid up in Burketown Hospital in the Gulf Country of north western Queensland for about two months, in February and March 1922, and at other times did not walk, because of illness or because he chose to remain in a town and give a lecture on his travels. He was away from Sydney for 897 days, of which he walked on 572 days. In October 1923, de Brune was near Ceduna, along the Great Australian Bight, on his way back to Sydney, with about 1500 miles to walk. A journalist, J. T. Beckett, who had met de Brune in Darwin, during the walk, wrote in The Northern Standard, Darwin: 'When you see him you want to get away from him. When you speak to him you don't want him to go away from you. He is a man and a gentleman up and down, and a library of information. He is a sport among sportsmen and a man of whom the Australian Journalists' Association should be proud, for he has not spared himself to get copy. Aidan de Brune has not finished his walk but should he never move another yard further, he will have put up a record that few, if any, will ever attempt to equal.' A biography of Aidan de Brune and a brief bibliography of his writings can be found in Ten Australian Authors by Aidan de Brune, available from Project Gutenberg Australia.

Mr. McGuire, Royal Commissioner in South Australia

Mr. McGuire, Royal Commissioner in South Australia

Close view of two men standing side by side identified by Searcy as being Mr. McGuire, Royal Commissioner in South Australia, left and Mr. Webb, a Commissioner from the U.S.A.

Major Hoad, Major Holman, Major Clowes and Lieutenant Moore

Major Hoad, Major Holman, Major Clowes and Lieutenant Moore

Four army officers; Major Hoad, Major Holman, Major Clowes and Lieutenant Moore, photographed on their horses after winning Section Fours (horses 14.2 hands or over) at the fourth military district (3rd Infantry Brigade) annual sports and gymkhana at the Jubilee Oval on Saturday 18 November 1922.

Members of an English cricket team visiting Adelaide

Members of an English cricket team visiting Adelaide

Members of an English cricket team visiting Adelaide; names not known.

'Woodlands' an Anglican school for girls at Glenelg

'Woodlands' an Anglican school for girls at Glenelg

The premises of 'Woodlands', an Anglican school for girls in Partridge Street, Glenelg photographed from the garden at the rear; the house was once the home of the late Richard Smith whose family donated it for this purpose.

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.

St Emanuel's foundation stone ceremony, Wayville, South Australia

St Emanuel's foundation stone ceremony, Wayville, South Australia

Scene showing the laying of the foundation stone for St Emanuel's Anglican Church at Wayville by His Excellency the Governor, Sir Tom Bridges, on Saturday 28 April 1923.

Cricket players representing South Australia in Adelaide

Cricket players representing South Australia in Adelaide

Members of the South Australian interstate cricket team that played Victoria at Adelaide Oval in the 1920-1921 season. According to a researcher, they are, back row: G.I. Colyer (umpire), H.B. Willsmore, D.E. Pritchard, W.J. Whitty, A.J. Richardson, E.L. Phillips, D.M. Henry, F.J.C. Thomas (umpire). Front row: C.E. Pellew, D.M. Steele, D.R.A. Gehrs, P.D. Rundell, A.E. Smith, A.M. Ambler. Photograph also at PRG 280/1/24/305.

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.

Group of cricket players in Adelaide

Group of cricket players in Adelaide

The Victorian team which played South Australia at Adelaide Oval in February 1922 (the South Australian team is shown in PRG 280/1/35/316). Names are [back row l to r] TW Cook (umpire), E Healy (scorer), PH Wallace, MA Schade, H Russell (manager), GA Davies (12th man), WM Woodfull, SW Smith (umpire) [seated l to r] JL Ellis, AEV Hartkopf, VS Ransford, ER Mayne (captain), JL Keating, CB Willis [in front l to r] FA O'Keeffe, LA Cody.

Sir Archibald Weigall photographed with cricket players

Sir Archibald Weigall photographed with cricket players

Sir Archibald Weigall, Governor of South Australia sitting with a group of cricket players at Adelaide Oval. The match was designed as a farewell to Sir Archibald at the end of his term of office. The match was played on 8/3/1922. Names are [back row l to r] NA Walsh, LT Gun, Major N Clowes, AB Lloyd, A Wright, TR Gun, LS Walsh, RV Pridmore [middle row l to r] FK Lindow (umpire), Major Nigel Somerset, JG Duncan-Hughes, FK Milne, DC Turner, Captain Houstoun-Boswall, R Bennett, V Thiele, BH Bednall, J Goode (umpire) [front row l to r] Clem Hill, Major LA Lewis, Colonel PW Vaughan, The Governor Sir Archibald Weigall, C Legh Winser, Hon WG Duncan, HW Hodgetts.

J. Ifould winning the Junior High Jump

J. Ifould winning the Junior High Jump

J. Ifould of Presbyterian Girls' College winning the Junior High Jump at the third annual combined sports day held at Adelaide Oval on 10 August 1923.

Girl Guides at the Adelaide Town Hall

Girl Guides at the Adelaide Town Hall

A two days' fete in aid of the Girl Guide movement and to demonstrate the practical work being performed by members under the banner 'Good Citizenship' was held on Friday 25th and Saturday 26th May 1923 in the Adelaide Town Hall.

Women tennis players visiting Adelaide

Women tennis players visiting Adelaide

A group of women tennis players from Victoria and New South Wales visiting Adelaide, South Australia; names not known.

Women tennis players visiting Adelaide

Women tennis players visiting Adelaide

A group of women tennis players visiting Adelaide from Victoria and New South Wales; names not known.

Sydney University Baseball team

Sydney University Baseball team

Members of the Sydney University baseball team who played the University of Adelaide team on 21 August 1923. Standing L-R: R. Bain, A.R. Woolcott, K. Williams, G. Stenning, R. Fowler, and ?. Sitting L-R: L. McDonald, J. Bassetti, Jack Mould (Captain), R. Rickard, A. Cozens, F. Hodgson.

Prince Alfred College football team

Prince Alfred College football team

A group of Prince Alfred College football players; names not known.

1st St. Augustine's Church Company of Girl Guides, Unley

1st St. Augustine's Church Company of Girl Guides, Unley

Dedication of three flags belonging to the 1st St. Augustine's Church Company of Girl Guides in the charge of Miss. G. Smith, 18 August 1923. Also in attendance were the 1st Forestville Troop in the charge of Mrs Hostler and the St. Augustine Troop of Boy Scouts in the charge of Scoutmaster Colley. The service was held in the presence of Lady Bridges (Chief State Commissioner), Miss Margaret Judge (Deputy State Commissioner), District Commissioners L.E. Clarke and Robertson.

Day trip to Adelaide Zoo

Day trip to Adelaide Zoo

William Freeman, a Crimean War veteran and resident of Estcourt House, with a small boy and another man during a visit to the Adelaide Zoo on 27 November 1923.

Army recruits at Eden Valley, South Australia

Army recruits at Eden Valley, South Australia

New army recruits seated on a open bus owned by S.S.L. Smith photographed in the main street at Eden Valley, South Australia.

A steam train in South Australia

A steam train in South Australia

A steam train bringing materials to construction workers in an isolated area of South Australia.