Photographs with index [PRG 1365/1] • Mixed material

Oodnadatta Railway Station

Oodnadatta Railway Station

View of Oodnadatta Railway Station with goods train in front.

Oodnadatta township

Oodnadatta township

Long view of Oodnadatta township.

Oodnadatta township

Oodnadatta township

View of a street in Oodnadatta, with children standing near a buggy.

Aborigines' shelter at Oodnadatta

Aborigines' shelter at Oodnadatta

View of an Aboriginal humpy near some houses in Oodnadatta, with a couple of Aboriginal people and their dog seated on the ground.

Aborigines' shelter at Oodnadatta

Aborigines' shelter at Oodnadatta

View of an Aboriginal humpy near some houses in Oodnadatta, with a couple of Aboriginal people and their dog standing in front.

Children at Oodnadatta

Children at Oodnadatta

Bob Laver (centre) with Jack and Eileen Smith at Oodnadatta.

Children at Oodnadatta

Children at Oodnadatta

Bob Laver (centre) with Jack and Eileen Smith at Oodnadatta.

Blood Creek residents

Blood Creek residents

Bob Laver (by horse), Bill McCoy, M.A. Bailes (with braces) and child - residents of Blood Creek.

Blood Creek residents

Blood Creek residents

Bob Laver (with dog), Bill McCoy, M.A. Bailes (with braces) and child - residents of Blood Creek, north of Oodnadatta.

Blood Creek

Blood Creek

View of Bloods Creek (north of Oodnadatta) with Ted Hayes' buckboard parked in front of one of the buildings.

Blood Creek

Blood Creek

Ted Hayes' buckboard parked in front of one of the buildings at Blood Creek (north of Oodnadatta).

Near Heavitree Gap

Near Heavitree Gap

Scene from 'Jack Laver's first trip to Central Australia, 1921. Taken south of Heavitree Gap. [From left] raw recruits, horse boy, half-caste guide, Mrs J. Laver, and Johnny Boy on pie bald horse'.

Near Heavitree Gap

Near Heavitree Gap

'South of Heavitree Gap. 1921, George Wilkinson, Trot, Kunnoth, Ted Hayes third from left. Bob Laver near head of white horse, horse boy and George.'

Dray at Oodnadatta

Dray at Oodnadatta

'Dray taking piglets to Central Australia. Dray broke down, pigs ran through Afghan camel camp, "think of the commotion". Dray repaired, pigs retrieved, and journey begun again'.

The piglets

The piglets

The piglets involved in the drama described in PRG 1365/1/14: 'Dray taking piglets to Central Australia. Dray broke down, pigs ran through Afghan camel camp, "think of the commotion". Dray repaired, pigs retrieved, and journey begun again'.

Horses drinking at Hamilton Bore

Horses drinking at Hamilton Bore

A number of horses drinking at the tree-lined Hanilton Bore.

Aboriginal guide and packhorses

Aboriginal guide and packhorses

View of the Aboriginal guide and packhorses at Oodnadatta.

Stuart Arms Hotel

Stuart Arms Hotel

'Stuart Arms Hotel 1921. Party took six weeks from Adelaide to Alice Springs. Caught in floods of the Finke River at Horse Shoe Bend. Thanks to Bill Hayes and Ted Hayes for safe arrival'.

Stuart Arms Hotel

Stuart Arms Hotel

'Stuart Arms Hotel. 1924 left to right. Sergeant Stott (police), Bill Wuttke (telegraph operator) 3rd man ?. Trees in picture planted by Jack Laver.'

Stuart Arms Hotel

Stuart Arms Hotel

Stuart Arms Hotel at Alice Springs.

Jack Laver

Jack Laver

Jack Laver, proprietor of Stuart Arms Hotel at Alice Springs.

Jack Laver

Jack Laver

Jack Laver, proprietor of Stuart Arms Hotel at Alice Springs.

Mrs J. Laver

Mrs J. Laver

Mrs J. Laver, wife of the proprietor of Stuart Arms Hotel at Alice Springs.

Mrs J. Laver

Mrs J. Laver

Mrs J. Laver, wife of the proprietor of Stuart Arms Hotel at Alice Springs.

Mrs J. Laver

Mrs J. Laver

Mrs J. Laver, wife of the proprietor of Stuart Arms Hotel at Alice Springs.

Mrs J. Laver

Mrs J. Laver

Mrs J. Laver, wife of the proprietor of Stuart Arms Hotel at Alice Springs.

Mrs J. Laver

Mrs J. Laver

Mrs J. Laver, wife of the proprietor of Stuart Arms Hotel at Alice Springs, with a bird.

Bob and Mrs Laver

Bob and Mrs Laver

Mrs J. Laver, wife of the proprietor of Stuart Arms Hotel at Alice Springs, with her son Bob.

Bob Laver

Bob Laver

Bob Laver at Wigley water hole.

Bob Laver

Bob Laver

Bob Laver near Bat Caves, south of Alice Springs, out of Clay Pans. Alf Price peeping from rock.