Justice Abbott, C.M. Hambidge, Sir Howard Lloyd and Mr Parker looking at Charles Sturt's flag used when Sturt's expedition entered the River Murray. A fragment of Sturt's boat is lying across another flag in the photograph, possibly the one carried opn the Central Australia expedition. These items were brought back to Australia by Sturt's great-grandson Anthony Napier Sturt in 1951, the first time a Charles Sturt descendant had visited Australia since the family left for England in 1853. The flag was lent to the Art Gallery of South Australia. (See 'The Advertiser' 6 January 1951: 'Family Treasures Relics of Sturt's Historic Trip'.).