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House at Beltana St., Salisbury

House at Beltana St., Salisbury

External view of house at 3 Beltana St., Salisbury designed by John Andrew.

House at Cooinda Court, Salisbury Heights

House at Cooinda Court, Salisbury Heights

Exterior view of rear living area of house at Cooinda Court, Salisbury Heights designed by Tolcher, Taylor and Tulloch.

House at Cooinda Court, Salisbury Heights

House at Cooinda Court, Salisbury Heights

Exterior view of rear living area of house at Cooinda Court, Salisbury Heights designed by Tolcher, Taylor and Tulloch.

House at Cooinda Court, Salisbury Heights

House at Cooinda Court, Salisbury Heights

Interior view of living area of house at Cooinda Court, Salisbury Heights designed by Tolcher, Taylor and Tulloch.

House at Cooinda Court, Salisbury Heights

House at Cooinda Court, Salisbury Heights

Interior view of kitchenette, dining and living area of house at Cooinda Court, Salisbury Heights designed by Tolcher, Taylor and Tulloch.

House at Salisbury Heights

House at Salisbury Heights

Exterior view of house designed by Woods, Bagot, Laybourne-Smith and Irwin at 100 Target Hill Road, Salisbury Heights. It is a low profile design built of brick with a tiled roof and features a chimney and a skylight. Large windows take in views of the city. A swimming pool is in the foreground.

House at Salisbury Heights

House at Salisbury Heights

Interior view of 'sunken lounge' of house at 100 Target Hill Road, Salisbury Heights, designed by Woods, Bagot, Laybourne-Smith and Irwin. There is much use of brick and timber with ceiling beams

House at Salisbury Heights

House at Salisbury Heights

Interior view of dining area looking through to the 'sunken lounge' of house at 100 Target Hill Road, Salisbury Heights, designed by Woods, Bagot, Laybourne-Smith and Irwin. There is much use of brick, tiles and timber with ceiling beams

House at Salisbury Heights

House at Salisbury Heights

Interior view of bedroom at 100 Target Hill Road, Salisbury Heights, designed by Woods, Bagot, Laybourne-Smith and Irwin. There is a timber ceiling with beams and a view onto the balcony

Development of locks on the Murray River (volume 3)

Development of locks on the Murray River (volume 3)

One of a set of three photograph albums (B 71135 - B 71137) featuring photographs of construction of the Barossa Salisbury pipeline, Hume pipe works at Port Pirie, surge tower at Robertson, pumping station at Morgan, and the opening ceremony of the first stage of water from Baroota Reservoir to Whyalla. Title on spine is 'Barossa - Aliseu y ... Morgan-Whyalla ...'. Many of the photos have over-arching captions including: 1-55. [Views of] thirty inch concrete lined steel main - Barossa Salisbury; See 'contents' for details of items where the captions/descriptions are as provided by the photographer, except those shown in square brackets.

World War One photograph album

World War One photograph album

Photograph album of No.984 Driver Mervyn Douglas Graham taken during active service overseas in Gallipoli, France and England during the First World War. Written on front of album: 'M.D. Graham. Queen St, Gawler Sth, Gawler'. Photographs include: sea voyage from Australian to Europe and the Middle East, stopping at Cape Town, locations in England including Devonport, Salisbury and London, Australian soldiers in England and France, troop ships and battle ships. Selected images have been digitised. See below for details.

Salisbury Council gives McMahon's Tavern an official "thank you" for its help in Bicentennial celebrations. Pictured are (from left) Salisbury Mayor Pat St Clair-Dixon, McMahon's manager Jack McMahon and Salisbury Bicentennial Committee chairperson Robbie Robertson. 25th November 1987.

Salisbury Council gives McMahon's Tavern an official "thank you" for its help in Bicentennial celebrations. Pictured are (from left) Salisbury Mayor Pat St Clair-Dixon, McMahon's manager Jack McMahon and Salisbury Bicentennial Committee chairperson Robbie Robertson. 25th November 1987.

Adult education : adult re-entry : High School

Adult education : adult re-entry : High School

Kate Wise (English teacher), Tu Tran from Salisbury East and Adam Adamski from Salisbury East. [During adult migrant English class, tutor Kate Wise (left) helps Tu Tran of Salisbury East] 8th July 1987.

Old Spot Hotel

Old Spot Hotel

Old Spot Hotel.

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.]

Jessie Carter

Jessie Carter

Portrait of Jessie Carter, first woman churchwarden in the Australian Anglican Church, and a co-founder in Adelaide of the Girls' Friendly Society with Lady Jervois, wife of the South Australian Governor.

Hitchcock Railway, (back) Marcus Brebner, Elizabeth; George Lekatis, Thebarton; Susan Neal, Elizabeth West; Vanessa Lloyd, Mansfield Park; Jason Chalmers, Salisbury North; James Gartner, St Marys; (front) Nerge Agusi, Thebarton; David Sharbel, Elizabeth; Jim Mullens, Salisbury North.

Hitchcock Railway, (back) Marcus Brebner, Elizabeth; George Lekatis, Thebarton; Susan Neal, Elizabeth West; Vanessa Lloyd, Mansfield Park; Jason Chalmers, Salisbury North; James Gartner, St Marys; (front) Nerge Agusi, Thebarton; David Sharbel, Elizabeth; Jim Mullens, Salisbury North.

The Cream, (left to right) Rob Riley, Port Adelaide; Mick Anderson, Salisbury; Rob Pippan, Salisbury; Johno; Mack.

The Cream, (left to right) Rob Riley, Port Adelaide; Mick Anderson, Salisbury; Rob Pippan, Salisbury; Johno; Mack.

Scenes of South Australia

Scenes of South Australia

Photographs in black & white and some sepia, of South Australian scenes and landscapes, ca.1890-1930. See CONTENTS for more information and details.

First Salisbury Scouts receive the $100 grant to tour the River Murray "Huckleberry Finn" style. From left are Scout Leader Alan Thompson, Salisbury Jubliee 150 chairman Robbie Robertson, Scouts Steven, Steven and Simon and Salibury City Manager, John Kleem. 3rd September 1986.

First Salisbury Scouts receive the $100 grant to tour the River Murray "Huckleberry Finn" style. From left are Scout Leader Alan Thompson, Salisbury Jubliee 150 chairman Robbie Robertson, Scouts Steven, Steven and Simon and Salibury City Manager, John Kleem. 3rd September 1986.

Photographs of athletes

Photographs of athletes

Photographs of athletes in sporting events in Adelaide, suburban and other places. All have participants' names and most are dated. In addition there are additional photocopied photos with captions from City Port Fun Run (2000), Corporate Cup (2000), and senior inter-club athletics ar Santos Stadium, December 2001.

Amateur Football

Amateur Football

A selection of photographs relating to Amateur Football, featuring action shots from games, player portraits, training sessions and other club related activities. Other photos which have not been digitised, but have individuals identified are: 117. David Soroski; 120. Geoff Morris; 121. Peter Kiplocks; 123. Greg Wells; 125. Ivan Coles; 127. Bob Willoughby; 130. Charlie Piro; 131. Florence Penns and Dannie Cloy; 134. Alan Turner; 136. Milton Mackay; 137. John Stoker; 138. Alan Turner; 139. Phil Martin; 140. Bruce Dwyer; 143. Terry Bruun; 146. Dominic Marta, Geoff Creek, Mario Bruno, Bryan Tidswell; 151. John Dicker; 152. Noel Annear; 153. Nick Longmore; 156. Colin Bald, Shaun Storer, Mark Virzeminski, Peter Woite; 157. Reg Murray; Jeff Marshall, Phil Cox, Stephen Farrell; 160. Steve Moy; 162. Peter Willer(?); 163. David Staines; 165. Bill Botton; 166. Clister(?) Giles; 168. Maty Matiren; 169. Noonan; 172. Ivan Coles, Bill Botton; 175. Milan Faletic; 176. Mick Kenny; 177. Peter Cousins; 178. Ian Jackman; 179. Geoff Burdell, Graham Bert, Urich(?) Sims, Alan Stetten; 180. Erin Bernhardt; 181. Rob Johnston; 182. Chris Pederson; 186. Geoff Morris; 187-188. Lionel Robey; 189. Bill Botton; 190. Jim Wilden; 191. Graham Bert, Urith Sims, Alan Statton; 192. Shane Reardon; 194. Michael Farquhar; 193. Glen / Gordon Elliot; 197. Damien Nygaard; 203. Tony Whennnan; 205. Mark Cameron, Barry Hooper, Bob Foster.

Photographs collected by Maynard Cole

Photographs collected by Maynard Cole

A collection of photos collected by Maynard Cole, mostly relating to his World War I service, but also including photos of family and friends. Images 1-83 were housed in an album; the remainder (84-88) were loose.

Adult education : Employment Education : CYSS

Adult education : Employment Education : CYSS

[Toasting their Salisbury CYSS course achievements are (from left): Michelle Longmire, of Salisbury North, Anne Mower, of Elizabeth Park, and Debra Love, of Para Hills] 10th August 1988.

Arts and Crafts : Exhibitions

Arts and Crafts : Exhibitions

[Salisbury City Manager John Kleem looking at last year's winning entry in the Salisbury Arts Festival.] 5th November 1986.

Politicians S-Z

Politicians S-Z

Donald Tungate : SUMMARY RECORD

Papers of Squadron Leader Donald Tungate, chiefly associated with his career in the Royal Air Force (U.K.) and, later, with his work at Woomera Rocket Range in South Australia where he was Range Recovery Officer for missiles. The papers comprise official records such as field diaries, annotated maps, photographs, letters, reports and technical notes. Additional papers include copies of a number of personal records including R.A.F. flight log book entries, artwork, ephemera, a poem and cartoon by his wife, Gloria Tungate, and his memoir, 'A Woomera Odyssey'.

Photographs of W.A. Robjohns

Photographs of W.A. Robjohns

The series comprises 15 albums housing 1,973 photographs, most of which were taken by photographer W.A. Robjohns ca.1920-1966. Album covers were numbered and labelled by Robjohns. The sequence is incomplete, however, as only volumes 1-9, 12-14, 15, 20 and 23 have been donated. Robjohns' brief descriptions of content on the covers and spines are incomplete. For further descriptions of place names and subjects contained in each album, SEE details below. The albums contain small black and white prints, mostly undated, with captions by W.R. Robjohns. Also sepia and postcard prints, and a few hand-tinted prints. A small number of images were taken by other photographers, several of whom have been identified by Robjohns. Images depict Adelaide suburbs, city scenes and country towns, with an emphasis on rural landscapes, parks and reserves, rivers, reservoirs, streets, houses, churches, businesses and shop fronts, and public celebrations and processions. Also included are images of the Robjohns family on picnics and holiday outings, and their homes, cars and pets. A number of photos were duplicated or enlarged by Robjohns and appear in more than one album.

Men of Arltunga

Men of Arltunga

Local residents photographed at the Arltunga Race Meeting (on 6 November 1913?). Back row, 1. Aboriginal man, 2. Lou Scharber, 3. Harry Lake, 4. Ben Webb, race starter, 5. Charlie Du Bois, race secretary, 6. Stanish O'Grady, Govt. Assayer, 7. Jim Turner, 8. Ben Wauckington, clerk of scales, 9. Possibly H. Hughes the handicapper, 10. Larry Rosenbaum (or Bill Gallagher), 11. Albert Wallace/Wallis (face turned), 12. Louis Bloomfield, 13. Matt Dowdy. Middle Row: 1. Fred Cavanaugh, 2. Alf Turner, 3. Frank McGowan, 4. Tom Cleary, 5. possibly Jimmy Meggins, 6. Fred Barrett. Front row: 1. Bruce Wallace, 2. young Aboriginal boy drowned at Atnarpa, 3. Jockey Jim, 4. Unknown Aboriginal young man, 5. Baden Bloomfield, 6. Police Tracker Bob, in uniform. See 'Advertiser' article 29 November 1913, page 17, column (d) : 'The Arltunga Meeting' which may relate to this occasion. According to a researcher, Standish O'Grady was the son of Michael Standish O'Grady who migrated from Ireland with his 49 year old mother and three brothers. They lived at Tothills Creek and had four blocks there of 250 acres total, approximately. Standish I think went to the School of Mines Adelaide and may have worked for the Northern Territory Government as well as an Assayer. He had a brother and lots of cousins. His father built the Carrieton Hotel. His mother died in Adelaide. Father Michael Standish is buried at Salisbury old resident's cemetery. According to a researcher, 'Man fifth from left back row is not Standish O'Grady. The man at the end of row is.'

"The Hall" at the Lady Alice Gold Mine, near Humbug Scrub

"The Hall" at the Lady Alice Gold Mine, near Humbug Scrub

Identified on the back of the print as the 'Lady Alice Gold Mine - The Hall - In the north west corner of the hundred of Para Wirra'; other sources describe this as the residence of James Goddard at the mine.