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Elizabeth Webb Nicholls

Elizabeth Webb Nicholls

PORTRAIT: Elizabeth Webb Nicholls, 1850-1943: the South Australian President of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union 1889-1897 and 1906-1927. Australian President: 1894-1903.

Miss Whitington

Miss Whitington

PORTRAIT: Miss Whitington of Elder Conservatorium.

Colonel Lewis George Madley

Colonel Lewis George Madley

PORTRAIT: Colonel Lewis George Madley, Commissioner of Police, 1896-1909.

Three women.

Three women.

A white woman, identified as Daisy Bates, with two Aboriginal women. It seems unlikely the woman is Daisy Bates - compare this woman with a confirmed portrait of Daisy Bates at B 6799.

Members of the Ligertwood family

Members of the Ligertwood family

PORTRAIT: The Ligertwood family: Back row, l-r: Leith; George Coutts; James Anderson. Front row, l-r: their stepmother: Florence Nightingale, nee Cameron; Jeannie; William Leith Ligertwood (father).

William Leith Ligertwood

William Leith Ligertwood

PORTRAIT: William Leith Ligertwood, born October 5th, 1853 at Woodside, Aberdeen, Scotland, died March 30th, 1915. A builder by profession, he was the father of George Coutts Ligertwood.

Mrs W.L. Ligertwood

Mrs W.L. Ligertwood

PORTRAIT: Mrs W.L. Ligertwood, first wife of William Leith Ligertwood and mother of George Coutts Ligertwood.

Captain William Leith Ligertwood

Captain William Leith Ligertwood

PORTRAIT: Captain William Leith Ligertwood, born 22/2/1916, died at El Alamein in 31/10/1942. He was awarded the Military Cross posthumously.

George Coutts Ligertwood

George Coutts Ligertwood

PORTRAIT: George Coutts Ligertwood as a soldier during the 1914-18 European War.

Sir George Coutts Ligertwood

Sir George Coutts Ligertwood

PORTRAIT: Sir George Coutts Ligertwood.

Distinguished men at the first Commemoration held at Flinders University

Distinguished men at the first Commemoration held at Flinders University

PORTRAIT: A group of distinguished men at the first Commemoration held at Flinders University. It includes Professor Colmer; H.E. The Governor, Henry Basten; Sir Mark Mitchell; Sir George Ligertwood.

Henry William Allerdale Grainger

Henry William Allerdale Grainger

PORTRAIT: Henry William Allendale Grainger, 1848-1923, Member of the House of Assembly.

Mary Lee, South Australian suffragist

Mary Lee, South Australian suffragist

PORTRAIT: Mary Lee, 1821-1909, South Australian suffragist.

Children of Mr and Mrs William Leith Ligertwood

Children of Mr and Mrs William Leith Ligertwood

Opalotype portrait of the children of Mr & Mrs William Leith Ligertwood. Back row, l-r: George Coutts; Leith; Margaret Valentine; James Anderson; sitting: Jeannie (holding flowers).

General Sir William Slim and Sir George Coutts Ligertwood

General Sir William Slim and Sir George Coutts Ligertwood

PORTRAIT: General Sir William Slim, Governor General, bestowing a knighthood on Sir George Coutts Ligertwood.

Mr. Arthur C. Gask

Mr. Arthur C. Gask

PORTRAIT: Mr. Arthur C. Gask, a dentist and crime writer who had rooms on North Terrace during 1920-1951.

Lenore Reynell

Lenore Reynell

PORTRAIT: Lenore Reynell playing her piano, December 1906.

Olive, Ian and Eversley Thomas

Olive, Ian and Eversley Thomas

PORTRAIT: Olive, Ian and Eversley Thomas, possibly of Reynella, an informal family group with Father holding the baby and Mother attracting the child's attention with a small doll.

Augusta Zadow

Augusta Zadow

Portrait of Augusta Zadow, the first woman Inspector of Factories. Taken from the Weekly Herald newspaper 17 July 1896 page 1.

Louise (Lucy) Morice

Louise (Lucy) Morice

PORTRAIT: Louise (Lucy) Morice, 1859-1951, kindergarten worker and social reformer and niece of Catherine Helen Spence who became her greatest friend. In 1905 she helped to found the Kindergarten Union of South Australia.

David Morley Charleston

David Morley Charleston

PORTRAIT: David Morley Charleston, 1848-1934, engineer, unionist, and politician. Migrated to S.A. in 1884, worked as the supervising engineer on Hackney Bridge. He was a conciliator in labour disputes in the late 1880's and chaired the Eight Hours Protection Society.

Reverend John Gardner with his wife and daughters

Reverend John Gardner with his wife and daughters

PORTRAIT: Reverend John Gardner with his wife, Catherine Forrest and daughters Mary and Kate.

Annie Lewers, wife of Edmund Bowman

Annie Lewers, wife of Edmund Bowman

PORTRAIT: Annie Lewers, wife of Edmund Bowman.

Vera Constance Bowman

Vera Constance Bowman

PORTRAIT: Vera Constance Bowman, eldest daughter of Edmund Bowman and Annie Lewers Bowman: a studio view.

Eunice Elizabeth Bowman

Eunice Elizabeth Bowman

PORTRAIT: Eunice Elizabeth Bowman, second daughter of Edmund Bowman and Annie Lewers Bowman: a studio view.

Eunice Elizabeth Bowman

Eunice Elizabeth Bowman

PORTRAIT: Eunice Elizabeth Bowman, second daughter of Edmund Bowman and Annie Lewers Bowman: a studio view.

Patricia Margarite Bowman

Patricia Margarite Bowman

PORTRAIT: Patricia Margarite Bowman, third daughter of Edmund Bowman and Annie Lewers Bowman: a studio view of her standing on a chair.

Patricia Margarite Bowman

Patricia Margarite Bowman

PORTRAIT: Patricia Margarite Bowman, third daughter of Edmund Bowman and Annie Lewers Bowman: a studio view.

Patricia Margarite Bowman

Patricia Margarite Bowman

PORTRAIT: Patricia Margarite Bowman, third daughter of Edmund Bowman and Annie Lewers Bowman, born April 1885: a studio view of her standing on a carved chair.

Edmund Donat Bowman

Edmund Donat Bowman

PORTRAIT: Edmund Donat Bowman, son of Edmund Bowman and Annie Lewers Bowman, born April 1885: a studio view.