Pre 1940 photographs [PRG 1435/3] • Photograph

Punt at Kingston on Murray

Punt at Kingston on Murray

A river punt at Kingston on Murray, coming into the side of the bank. There are a number of vehicles of the punt with the 'driver' standing on the lowered flap; a post and rail fence is on either side of the road leading from the punt. A note pasted on the back indicates that Nicholas, then living at 32 Hughes Street, Sandwell, entered this photograph in 'The News' Best Photograph Competition.

Loading building stone

Loading building stone

One of a series of four photographs collectively identified as '"Butcher" loading stone for "C.M.L." Building'. This shows two men attaching a cable around large slabs of dressed stone.

Loading building stone

Loading building stone

One of a series of four photographs collectively identified as '"Butcher" loading stone for "C.M.L." Building'. This shows two men, one driving the crane, and another attaching a cable around large slabs of dressed stone.

Loading building stone

Loading building stone

One of a series of four photographs collectively identified as '"Butcher" loading stone for "C.M.L." Building'. This shows three men, one driving the crane.

Loading building stone

Loading building stone

One of a series of four photographs collectively identified as '"Butcher" loading stone for "C.M.L." Building'. This shows one man watching as a slab of stone is lifted by the crane; a man leading a horse is just entering the picture.

Loading building stone

Loading building stone

Another photograph which complements the series of four photographs (on previous page) collectively identified as '"Butcher" loading stone for "C.M.L." Building'. This shows one man supporting a slab of dressed stone.

Loading a truck

Loading a truck

A man (believed to be 'Butcher') standing on the back of a truck belonging to Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, with a load of toilet bowls cushioned by straw. [Registration number 126-085.]

Truck at loading dock

Truck at loading dock

A 1934 Ford truck (probably 4 cylinder according to a researcher) belonging to Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, with a load of toilet bowls cushioned by straw, pictured at a loading bay with a man (identified as Glen) standing on the platform. [Registration number 132-384.]

Loaded truck and men

Loaded truck and men

A truck belonging to Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, with a load of toilet bowls cushioned by straw, and three men standing beside it. The caption reads '"Bill" Butcher and Glen' (presumed to be the names of the three men, left to right).

Truck loaded with leather

Truck loaded with leather

A truck belonging to Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, with a load of leather for Rossiters on the back, and Glen in the driver's seat.

Truck loaded with toilet bowls

Truck loaded with toilet bowls

A truck belonging to Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, with a load of toilet bowls packed in straw.

Shipping boots from Rossiters

Shipping boots from Rossiters

A truck [registration number 126-085] belonging to Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, with a load of wooden crates on the back - these are identified as 'shipping boots from Rossiters'.

A Stevens & Boucaut truck

A Stevens & Boucaut truck

A truck [registration number 132-384] belonging to Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, with a load covered by a tarpaulin on the back; the driver is believed to be Glen. It is a 1934 Ford truck, probably a 4 cylinder model as although the V8 was available at this time as well, it does not have the V8 symbol on the grille. (information provided by researcher).

Peanuts for Gollin & Co (1)

Peanuts for Gollin & Co (1)

Two trucks [registration numbers 126-084 & 126-085] belonging to Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, loaded with sacks of peanuts for Gollin & Co.

Peanuts for Gollin & Co (2)

Peanuts for Gollin & Co (2)

Two trucks [registration numbers 126-084 & 126-085] belonging to Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, loaded with sacks of peanuts for Gollin & Co.

Peanuts for Gollin & Co (3)

Peanuts for Gollin & Co (3)

A truck [registration number 126-084] belonging to Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, loaded with sacks of peanuts for Gollin & Co., and parked in front of a small general store run by H.A. Roseyear.

Peanuts for Gollin & Co (4)

Peanuts for Gollin & Co (4)

A truck [registration number 126-084] belonging to Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, loaded with sacks of peanuts for Gollin & Co., and parked in a suburban street.

Donnacona for "T & H"

Donnacona for "T & H"

A truck belonging to Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, loaded with large flat containers and parked outside the business' head office, with three men (probably, from left, 'Flash', Glen and 'Butcher'). The cryptic caption reads 'Donnacona for "T & H"'.

Miss Carr, Miss Allen & 'Butcher'

Miss Carr, Miss Allen & 'Butcher'

Two women, idebtified as Miss Carr and Miss Allen, sitting in a car, with 'Butcher standing nearby.

A Stevens & Boucaut truck with staff

A Stevens & Boucaut truck with staff

A truck [registration number 132-384] belonging to Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, loaded with rolls of carpet. 'Butcher', Glen and 'Flash' are pictured with the vehicle.

Head office

Head office

'Head office' of Stevens & Boucaut, Shipping and Customs Agents, Port Adelaide, featuring a bluestone building and a large entrance to No.1 store.

Motor boat

Motor boat

A small motor boat with a number of people onboard; it appears be in a river setting (possibly near Goolwa).

Motor boat

Motor boat

A motor boat moored to a bank; it appears be in a river setting (possibly near Goolwa).

Sailing boats

Sailing boats

Three multi-masted sailing vessels in a wide stretch of water (possibly Goolwa).

Sailing boats

Sailing boats

Three multi-masted sailing vessels in a wide stretch of water (possibly Goolwa).

Weekend at Blackwood

Weekend at Blackwood

A group of two women and three men standing in front of a car, and holding various items of luggage; the caption reads 'weekend at Blackwood'.

Mother and Allen

Mother and Allen

Photograph of the rear of a suburban house, with a woman (Mother) standing on the path, and Allen sitting on the edge of the enclosed verandah.

Alick & Jess

Alick & Jess

Alick and Jess pictured in front of an area enclosed by lattice.

Chop picnic at Blackwood

Chop picnic at Blackwood

Two women and three men picnicking at Blackwood.

Chop picnic at Blackwood

Chop picnic at Blackwood

Two women and three men picnicking at Blackwood.