Memorabilia of the Cheer Up Hut [PRG 1162/4] • Mixed material

S.P.F. Cheer-Up Hostel

S.P.F. Cheer-Up Hostel

A view of the S.P.F. (Servicemen's Patriotic Fund) Cheer-Up Hostel at the rear of No. 1 Cheer-Up Hut. The hostel provided accommodation for servicemen on leave.

Sunday night concert audience

Sunday night concert audience

A typical Sunday night concert audience at Cheer-Up Hut No. 2. Features men and women in uniform, with members of the 'orchestra' in the foreground.

Main dining room at the Cheer-Up Hut

Main dining room at the Cheer-Up Hut

Main dining room and concert hall at the Cheer-Up Hut in Adelaide.

Entrance to the S.P.F. Hostel

Entrance to the S.P.F. Hostel

Entrance and booking hall of the S.P.F. Hostel, conducted and maintained by the Cheer-Up Society Incorporated.

Dormitory in the S.P.F. Hostel

Dormitory in the S.P.F. Hostel

A dormitory in the S.P.F. Cheer-Up Hostel.

Entrance to the S.P.F. Hostel

Entrance to the S.P.F. Hostel

Entrance to the S.P.F. Hostel, conducted and maintained by the Cheer-Up Society, Adelaide.

Writing room at the Cheer-Up Hut

Writing room at the Cheer-Up Hut

Writing room at the Cheer-Up Hut in Adelaide.

Recreation room at the Cheer-Up Hut

Recreation room at the Cheer-Up Hut

Reading, games and sun room at the Cheer-Up Hit in Adelaide.

Dormitory in the S.P.F. Hostel

Dormitory in the S.P.F. Hostel

A dormitory in the S.P.F. Hostel in Adelaide, conducted and maintained by the Cheer-Up Society.

The Cheer-Up Hut in Adelaide

The Cheer-Up Hut in Adelaide

The Cheer-Up Hut in Adelaide, opened by the Governor Sir Henry Galway on 4 November 1915.