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Munno Parra Roller Mills

Munno Parra Roller Mills

SALISBURY: A group of men standing outside the Munno Parra Roller Mills.

Governor MacDonnell Hotel

Governor MacDonnell Hotel

SALISBURY: An early view of the Governor MacDonnell Hotel, a verandah was later added to the building.

Aerial view of Salisbury

Aerial view of Salisbury

SALISBURY: Aerial view.

Salisbury Hunt Club

Salisbury Hunt Club

"Members of the Salisbury Hunt Club, from left, Robert Atkinson. Aileen Fletcher, and Robert Osborne, with Barrator. They were guests of the Adelaide Hunt Club at the opening meet at 'The Levels', Pooraka." Australian Women's Weekly, 14 June 1961, page 17.

Letters, postcard and telegram written by Leonard John (Len) Harvey in 1916

Letters written by Leonard John (Len) Harvey to his family in Moonta. The letters are posted initially from Adelaide. Subsequent letters are sent en route to England and from Salisbury Plains in England. Some of the letters mention Australian Prime Minister William Hughes and the conscription debate.

Helen Turvey of Salisbury Heights. A potter included on Salisbury Council's List of Living Treasures. 21 October 1992.

Helen Turvey of Salisbury Heights. A potter included on Salisbury Council's List of Living Treasures. 21 October 1992.

Helen Turvey of Salisbury Heights. A potter included on Salisbury Council's List of Living Treasures. 21 October 1992.

Aerial photographs of the city of Salisbury : Parafield Gardens

Aerial photographs of the city of Salisbury : Parafield Gardens

Aerial views of Parafield Gardens in the city of Salisbury, South Australia, including views of: Baltimore Reserve, Creaser Park, Angkor Hall, Parafield Gardens High School, Holy Family Catholic School, industrial buildings, The Pines Primary School, Andrew Smith Drive Oval, Salisbury Villa Football Club, Reg Groth Reserve, Thomas More College, Parafield Airport, Salisbury Downs Primary School, AGH Cox Reserve, salt pans and views of Torrens Island and Outer Harbor in the distance.

'Mervyn Smith; on train to Salisbury' printing plate

Printmaking block by Ruth Tuck featuring a portrait of her husband, Mervyn Smith, 'On train to Salisbury, Mon Aug 12', First Class carriage. Zinc plate relief engraving mounted on wood block. Signed by the artist. Includes an artist's proof copy print.

Ambulance Station

Ambulance Station

Ambulance Station, Salisbury.

Ambulance Station

Ambulance Station

Ambulance Station, Salisbury.

Shipping at Port Adelaide

Shipping at Port Adelaide

Shipping at Port Adelaide, 1879, with the stern of the ship 'Salisbury' (left), the barque 'Bulwark' and the ship 'Trevelyan'.

Miscellaneous badges

Miscellaneous badges

Collection of miscellaneous circular tin button badges, as well as small metal and enamel badges and lapel pins with pin attachments on reverse, belonging to Molly Brannigan, including badges collected on holidays and conferences in Australia and other countries, schools, and community groups and societies. See below for details. Selected items have been digitised.

Aerial photographs of the city of Salisbury : Burton

Aerial photographs of the city of Salisbury : Burton

Aerial views of Burton in the city of Salisbury, South Australia, including views of shopping centres, industrial buildings, factories, and warehouses, salt pans, residential areas, surrounding fields, Burton Primary School, the Springbank Plaza shopping centre under construction, and the Steve Jarvis Park and Salisbury United FC under construction.

Old Spot Hotel

Old Spot Hotel

Old Spot Hotel.

Port Adelaide

Port Adelaide

This photo is on the extreme left of a panorama comprising B 518 A,B and C. It is of Port Adelaide taken from Lefevre's Peninsula, east of Fletcher's Slip, looking south. The following vessels are prominent, the measurements showing the distances from the left of the photograph: 1" Salisbury (from London); 3 1/2" Bulwark (from New Zealand); alongside her the Trevelyan (from London); 9 1/2" Woodlark (from London); 11 1/2 Bengal (from Newcastle); 13" Bell (from Launceston); 20" Lintrathen (from London); 22 1/2" State of Maine (in the distance) (from St John's); 23 1/2 "Ganymede & Odalisk (from Port Pirie & Newcastle respectively); 24 1/2 inches Phillis (stern only, about to go on the slip. Other ships: At the Copper Company's Wharf: Albert Victor; Crowthorpe; Sir W. Wallace; City of Nankin. At the Prince's Wharf: Coorong. In the stream opposite the Coal Company's Wharf: Cito; J.L. Hall; Claymore; Southern Belle. Information supplied by Mr. A. T. Saunders. See also B518 B and B518 C. (An article containing this information is included with B 518A).

The Old Bond Store

The Old Bond Store

The Old Bond store used by Heidenarich's flour mill, Salisbury.

A large picnic gathering

A large picnic gathering

A large picnic gathering, Salisbury.

A picnic gathering

A picnic gathering

A picnic gathering, Salisbury.

North Terrace, Adelaide

North Terrace, Adelaide

Coloured lithograph published in 'The Chronicle Annual', Monday 4th October 1937, one of two coloured reproductions of early paintings (see B 7169 for the other artwork) under the heading 'Early South Australia'. The caption for this artwork reads: 'North Terrace, Adelaide, in 1845, from a sketch by S.T. Gill. This was the beginning of the handsome boulevard which is North Terrace today. It makes an interesting comparison with the picture of North Terrace in 1937. North Terrace of the forties is seen to comprise a number of thatched or shingled cottages, while on the left is the guardhouse of Government House, with a sentry on duty. Men of the British Regiment then stationed in Adelaide are in the foreground.' [The original is attributed to the National Gallery, Adelaide.]

Group of people attending a wedding

Group of people attending a wedding

COSTUME: Group of people attending the wedding of Beryl Urlwin to Bob Johns at Salisbury. Left to right; Arthur Parsons ; Daphne Murdoch, Marion Beth Murdoch, Gordon Murdoch. The boy in the front is Brian Prior son of Enid Prior nee Urlwin.

Members of the Aunger family

Members of the Aunger family

PORTRAIT: Members of the Aunger family. The parents are John Aunger (1847-1933) and Annie Maria, nee Tucker (1850-1914). Their nine children are all included in the photograph. The boy standing at the back is Horace Hooper Murray (1878-1953); his younger brothers, sitting front, left and right, are Lionel John Salisbury (1885-1975) and Cyril Clarence Garfield (1887-1973). The names of the daughters are Alice Lavinia Elizabeth (1871-1962), Alma Florence (1872-1961), Beatrice Maud (1874-1965), Mabel Annie ('May', 1876-1956), Adelaide Olive Evelyn (1881-1972), and Marion Frances Blanche (1883-1971). [from information provided by relative].

Stacking hay

Stacking hay

No. 89. Stacking hay by elevator at Salisbury. Shows a man on a horse drawn wagon pitching hay onto elevator.

Munition workers' homes at Salisbury

Munition workers' homes at Salisbury

Men working on a timber-framed, tin-roofed building.

WREDAC computer

WREDAC computer

The WREDAC computer, 'the first high speed digital automatic computer in the southern hemisphere' at the then Weapons Research Establishment at Salisbury. The operators (from left) are Barbara Lane, Bronte Walter and Robin Fleming.

The plane 'Old Gold'

The plane 'Old Gold'

The Commercial Aviation Company's de Haviland 61 8 passenger biplane 'Old Gold' (believed to be at Salisbury). Chief pilot was Captain H.O.H. Miller.

Little Para river

Little Para river

View of the Little Para River, Salisbury, with two men sitting on rocks, fishing. A dog is in the foreground and a horse and carriage in the background. Farm sheds are visible on the hill. Note on the verso has 'Little Para'.

'Salisbury, England'

'Salisbury, England'

An old stone gateway with turrets spans a quiet street lined with shops and flats in Salisbury, England. A horse pulling a wagon loaded with a steel milk container is stopped along the kerb, and two men in army uniform are walking on the footpath.

'River Avon, Salisbury'

'River Avon, Salisbury'

A weir on the River Avon near Salisbury, England. Sheep are grazing on the river bank.

'Marching Girls at Salisbury - The Barossa Valleyettes - 1st Juniors'

'Marching Girls at Salisbury - The Barossa Valleyettes - 1st Juniors'

The Barossa Valleyettes from Tanunda, at the Marching Girls Festival at Salisbury on 2 December 1962. Mr Robjohns' note on the album page reads, 'AWARDS - Seniors - First Aggregate. Juniors - First Aggregate. Corporals - Second Aggregate. Cadets - 3rd Free & Inspection'.

'Marching Girls at Salisbury - The Barossa Valleyettes - Senior Team Resting'

'Marching Girls at Salisbury - The Barossa Valleyettes - Senior Team Resting'

The Barossa Valleyettes from Tanunda, at the Marching Girls Festival at Salisbury on 2 December 1962. Mr Robjohns' note on the album page reads, 'AWARDS - Seniors - First Aggregate. Juniors - First Aggregate. Corporals - Second Aggregate. Cadets - 3rd Free & Inspection'. Close up view of the girls in their uniforms.