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Port Adelaide

Port Adelaide

This photo is the extreme right of a panorama comprising B 518 A,B and C of Port Adelaide and its shipping taken from Lefevre's Peninsula, east of Fletcher's Slip, looking south. For further information see B 518 A.

Captain Adelaide

Captain Adelaide

Silk screen print of Don Dunstan by Nigel Murray-Harvey, 27/50. The subject is shown dressed in the style of Superman, with the piping shrike state emblem on his chest, his belt buckle with 'SA', and wearing a police headband which alludes to the Dunstan government's sacking of Police Commissioner Harold Salisbury in 1978 (from notes by the artist). Screen-print, signed and dated by artist.

John Wickham Daw's home, St Mary's

John Wickham Daw's home, St Mary's

John Wickham Daw's home at St Mary's, Built 1842, destroyed by fire in 1873. Additional information from a descendant: 'John Wickham Daw born 1796 was a butcher who had a house in St Marys (thus Daws Road). John Wickham Daw born 1826 was also a butcher. Before moving to Kangaroo Island he lived in North Adelaide & Salisbury. Both arrived on the 'Winchester' 1838.'

The Approach Road

The Approach Road

The Approach Road to John Wickham Daw's home at St Mary's. Additional information from a descendant: 'John Wickham Daw born 1796 was a butcher who had a house in St Marys (thus Daws Road). John Wickham Daw born 1826 was also a butcher. Before moving to Kangaroo Island he lived in North Adelaide & Salisbury. Both arrived on the 'Winchester' 1838.'

St Mary's

St Mary's

John Wickham Daw's home at St Mary's. Built 1842, destroyed by fire in 1873. Additional information from a descendant: 'John Wickham Daw born 1796 was a butcher who had a house in St Marys (thus Daws Road). John Wickham Daw born 1826 was also a butcher. Before moving to Kangaroo Island he lived in North Adelaide & Salisbury. Both arrived on the 'Winchester' 1838.'

John Wickham Daw's Home, St Mary's

John Wickham Daw's Home, St Mary's

J.W. Daw's home, St Mary's. Built 1842, destroyed by fire in 1873. Additional information from a descendant: 'John Wickham Daw born 1796 was a butcher who had a house in St Marys (thus Daws Road). John Wickham Daw born 1826 was also a butcher. Before moving to Kangaroo Island he lived in North Adelaide & Salisbury. Both arrived on the 'Winchester' 1838.'

Old bond store

Old bond store

Old bond store used by Heidenrich's Flour Mill.

Old bond store

Old bond store

Old bond store used by Heidenrich's Flour Mill.

Unley

Unley

Corner of Salisbury Street and Greenhill Road, Unley.

First Locomotive in Virginia

First Locomotive in Virginia

First locomotive in Virginia on the Salisbury to Long Plain railway, 19 October 1915 (?).

Hugh Thomas Moffit Angwin

Hugh Thomas Moffit Angwin

Hugh Thomas Moffit Angwin, Chief Engineer. His successful projects include the Barossa to Salisbury and Mannun to Adelaide pipelines, brown coal mining at Leigh Creek, sewerage treatment works at Glenelg, completion of Mount Bold reservoir and the design of the South Para reservoir. He was efficient and impartial throughout his life in his capacity as engineer, soldier and public service head.

John Harvey

John Harvey

Mr. John Harvey, founder of Salisbury. It is stated in his biography that he was born 23 July 1820.

Railway Accident

Railway Accident

Workers pose on the wreckage of the carriages following a railway accident, between Salisbury and Smithfield. This is possibly one which occurred on June 20th, 1873, three miles south of Smithfield. (See the Register, July 1, 1873.) . According to L.S Kingsborough, the H class engine, which was first under steam in 1871, was built by Robert Stephenson & Co., England. Note the third class carriage on the end. For another view of this accident, see B 1907.

Railway Accident

Railway Accident

Railway accident between Salisbury and Smithfield, showing men surveying the wreckage of a derailed train. See B 1893 for information and another photo.

Grenfell Street, Adelaide

Grenfell Street, Adelaide

[General description] This is the south-eastern corner of the King William / Grenfell Street intersection. The upstairs section of this two storey stone building with a wide verandah is the premises of Duryea's Photographic Gallery. A sign on the building advertises 'Life size sennotypes'. Downstairs is J. Whiting, Drapers where three men, probably the proprietor and staff, are posing for the photographer. This is the future (1925) site of the T & G Building. [On back of photograph] 'Grenfell Street / Before 1863 / Presented by Miss M.M. Beevois / "Wirrawa", Salisbury'.

Edward Tate

Edward Tate

Edward Tate aged 10 years old, dressed as a Spanish Boy.

Family outing

Family outing

Family group in a Ford car owned by Mr John Koch of 102 Salisbury Terrace, North Walkerville. From left: Mrs Helena Koch (nee Dohrmeyer, wife of John); Joan Knuckey (neighbour); Miss Florrie Durdin of Cummins (friend), Lyall Pike (great nephew of Mrs Koch); Miss Ivy H.D. Koch (daughter and later Mrs Wellington) and pomeranium 'Billy'; unknown; Mrs Anna Drinkwater (nee Dohrmeyer (sister of Mrs Koch and grandmother of Lyall Pike).

Early aeroplane

Early aeroplane

A Klemm L.27A IX, pictured at an unidentified airfield. This plane was imported into Australia in June 1936 by G.W. Gropler of Norwood, SA. It crashed on 13 March 1937 at Salisbury.

Photograph shows Angi Winkley, who will represent SA Rural Youth in the United Kingdom for six months with Jerry Griffiths, of Salisbury East, on the milk packaging line at Farmers Union Foods Mile End Plant. Farmers Union is sponsoring Angi and gave her a  week long briefing on the Dairy Industry, from farm to home delivery of products. 4th April 1990

Photograph shows Angi Winkley, who will represent SA Rural Youth in the United Kingdom for six months with Jerry Griffiths, of Salisbury East, on the milk packaging line at Farmers Union Foods Mile End Plant. Farmers Union is sponsoring Angi and gave her a week long briefing on the Dairy Industry, from farm to home delivery of products. 4th April 1990

Salisbury Heights potter Helen Turvey works on a piece for her exhibition. 8 July 1987.

Salisbury Heights potter Helen Turvey works on a piece for her exhibition. 8 July 1987.

Barry Webb of Salisbury East. With his award winning photograph, Drought Breaker. 14 April 1992.

Barry Webb of Salisbury East. With his award winning photograph, Drought Breaker. 14 April 1992.

Richard Mazurczak of Salisbury Downs with one of his sculptures. 22nd April 1992.

Richard Mazurczak of Salisbury Downs with one of his sculptures. 22nd April 1992.

Author Barry Hill shows Jackie Warman and Jane West of the Salisbury Education bridging course what he has in mind for the Elizabeth writer-in-residence oral history project. 8 July 1987.

Author Barry Hill shows Jackie Warman and Jane West of the Salisbury Education bridging course what he has in mind for the Elizabeth writer-in-residence oral history project. 8 July 1987.

Wool spinning demonstation by Country Women's Association members Florrie Haar (left) of Salisbury and Maryke Kampert. 20th May 1987.

Wool spinning demonstation by Country Women's Association members Florrie Haar (left) of Salisbury and Maryke Kampert. 20th May 1987.

Stella Wall of Salisbury North Neighbourhood House shows the techniques for tapestry as a part of the Community Month at Parabanks Shopping Centre. 10th June 1987.

Stella Wall of Salisbury North Neighbourhood House shows the techniques for tapestry as a part of the Community Month at Parabanks Shopping Centre. 10th June 1987.

Keith Martin, Weatherman T.V and radio at the Salisbury Library, writes and produces Annual Almanac. 1988.

Keith Martin, Weatherman T.V and radio at the Salisbury Library, writes and produces Annual Almanac. 1988.

Vicki Ball (5 years old) of Para Hills East Primary School is all smiles while receiving a Bicentennial book from Salisbury Mayor Pat St Clair-Dixon. 11th May 1988.

Vicki Ball (5 years old) of Para Hills East Primary School is all smiles while receiving a Bicentennial book from Salisbury Mayor Pat St Clair-Dixon. 11th May 1988.

Salisbury Bicentennial committee chairman Robbie Robertson shows the new Pioneer Park amphitheatre. 20th January 1988.

Salisbury Bicentennial committee chairman Robbie Robertson shows the new Pioneer Park amphitheatre. 20th January 1988.

Walking tall . . . Adam. 4, of Salisbury East shows the art of stepping out with style.

Walking tall . . . Adam. 4, of Salisbury East shows the art of stepping out with style.

Salisbury/Elizabeth Air Youth cadets (from left) Heidi Speed, Trudy Butler and Michelle Butler at the Elizabeth Birthday pageant. 25th November 1987.

Salisbury/Elizabeth Air Youth cadets (from left) Heidi Speed, Trudy Butler and Michelle Butler at the Elizabeth Birthday pageant. 25th November 1987.