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Series AA676/05
Photographs, negatives and other illustrations
Date Rangec. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity200 cm, 1334 2 type 10.1 boxes, 19 photo albums
ProvenanceMarjorie Alice Angas
Description

This series consists of 16 albums of photographs and negatives. It includes numerous historical photographs compiled by Angas from various sources, including Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people, museum and library collections and cuttings from published books and journals. The collection includes many duplicates, and some of the prints are in poor condition. The collection includes loose prints, as well as some mounted or framed prints. Some of the photographs are captioned, and include references to many named Aboriginal individuals.

Inventory Listing

AA 676/5/1

Photographs and other illustrations from Point McLeay Mission

 

This item contains 40 historical photographs and postcards from the Point McLeay Mission (SA) depicting the village, mission buildings, wool washing, shearers, sail boats and the jetty. Almost all of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. Buildings at Point McLeay showing from left to right the church, missioners cottage and dormitory.
  2. 'Photo taken from Lovers Lane looking down onto the town'.
  3. Landscape photograph of buildings at Point McLeay.
  4. Buildings at Point McLeay including the church which was built by Aboriginal people in 1868, missionary's cottage, and the children's dormitory both built in 1859.
  5. Point McLeay village in 'early to mid 1800's'.
  6. 'First missionary's cottage' on left and 'Children's dormitory' on right. 'Both built by Aboriginal People in 1859'.
  7. Point McLeay village.
  8. Point McLeay mission buildings.
  9. Sixteen men undertaking 'wool washing' at Point McLeay.
  10. Two men climbing windmills on the rivers edge.
  11. Point McLeay village.
  12. 'Original missionary's cottage, children's dormitory, school, on shores of Lake Alexandrina, Village established on ceremonial ground known as Raakkan [Raukkan] = ancient way'.
  13. Group of twelve Australian Aboriginal girls. Nine of the girls in the back row are wearing striped skirts and they have baskets resting on their heads. The three girls in the front row have baskets on the ground, with a fishing net and fish in the foreground.
  14. Group of Australian Aboriginal children gathered outside post office.
  15. Six Australian Aboriginal shearers at Point McLeay.
  16. 'Pt McLeay woolshed on the shore of Lake Alexandrina'.
  17. Eleven men and children taking part in 'Wool Washing' at Point McLeay.
  18. Seven men standing amongst wool during 'Wool Washing' at Point McLeay.
  19. Portrait of 'Rimas Kropinyeri'.
  20. Unidentified small child wearing striped clothing.
  21. Transportation of wool on flying fox during 'Wool washing' at Point McLeay.
  22. Australian Aboriginal shearers from Point Mcleay at 'Campbell House 1875 owned by T.D Bowman'.
  23. 'Superintendent's home' with 'Mr & Mrs Fred Taplin & family' on veranda and school children by fence. The missionary's cottage was built in 1859.
  24. Missionaries house and dormitory at Point McLeay Mission Station '1862'.
  25. Two men standing beside church which has a brush fence surrounding it.
  26. Group of Australian Aboriginal children outside Point McLeay 'Aboriginal Mission Church'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4184.
  27. Group of Australian Aboriginal men, women and children standing outside the dormitory at Point McLeay in 1892.
  28. Man and child standing in front of a fence which surrounds unidentified building.
  29. Large group of people standing outside church at Point McLeay.
  30. Children at 'First school established' in Point McLeay.
  31. Group of people, possibly 'Taplin's son in law & school children' with Point McLeay church in distance.
  32. 'Pt McLeay Church'.
  33. Stone building and water tank surrounded by a fence.
  34. 'Boat - Teenminnie' in the water at Point McLeay.
  35. Three men standing on 'Narrung Jetty'. 'View across channel between Lake Alexandrina & Lake Albert, Point Malcolm in distance, tribal ground'.
  36. Two boats transporting twenty-one people at 'Lake Alexandrina'.
  37. Paddle steamer at Goolwa.
  38. 'Hindmarsh S.A. church.'
  39. Children with musical instruments at 'New school' built 'on hill below cemetery' 1917.
  40. Mission house with woman on veranda and two children beside the stone fence.

Tindale Tribes: Jarildekald.

  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/1
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring album
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/1
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/2

Photographs and other illustrations from Point McLeay Mission

 

This item contains 47 historical photographs and postcards of single portraits of Australian Aboriginal people, including some wearing possum or kangaroo skin cloaks, and some people dressed as military personnel at Point McLeay Mission (SA). Almost all of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman.
  2. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal man with two dogs.
  3. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman wearing possum or kangaroo skin cloak from 'Murray River'. Notes accompanying photograph read 'S. Solomon School of Photography, 51 Rundle St. Adelaide 1891'.
  4. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4349.
  5. Side portrait of an unidentified Australian Aboriginal man. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2952.
  6. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman standing against building. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4458.
  7. 'Aboriginal - Girl' photographed by Stump & Co, Adelaide, 1889. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5062.
  8. Side portrait of 'James Unaipon'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2950 and was acquired from the 'Taplin Family from W. Hamilton'.
  9. Portrait of 'Narappani'.
  10. 'Portrait of Aboriginal - Woman' from Naracoorte. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2862 and was acquired from 'E.R. Pearke'.
  11. Side portrait of 'Nutun' from the Murray River. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5580.
  12. Portrait of 'Howard Sumner Enlisted in A.I.F. 1940'.
  13. Portrait of 'William Rankine'.
  14. Portrait of 'Banks Long, 22.7.70'.
  15. Portrait of 'Timothy Hughes' enlisted in Australian Imperial Force.
  16. Portrait of 'Pt McLeay man after an operation for incisional hernia, at Royal Adelaide Hospital' from the Coorong, South Australia. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 3307 and was acquired from 'Prof. Watson'.
  17. Side portrait of Australian Aboriginal man with 'incisional Hernia, Dec 1908'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5543.
  18. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman with L.W.S.T written on left arm.
  19. Unidentified woman sitting on chair with a book on her lap.
  20. Australian Aboriginal man sitting on chair wearing a hat. Possibly a 'Rigney' or 'Gollan'.
  21. Man wearing a suit.
  22. Australian Aboriginal man with spear and shield in possum or kangaroo skin cloak.
  23. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman sitting with hat on lap.
  24. 'Black Tracker, assisting constable at Beltana, far north, Flinders Ranges'.
  25. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man wearing a hat.
  26. Side portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man.
  27. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal boy standing outside.
  28. Side portrait of 'Mrs Campbell'.
  29. 'Frances Alban Varcoe b. 16.10.1985' in military uniform.
  30. 'Errol Lovegrove' in military uniform.
  31. 'Neville O'Loughlin' in military uniform.
  32. 'Clifford Tony Wilson' in military uniform.
  33. 'Cyril Rigney' in military uniform.
  34. 'H.E. Reed, Missionary at Pt McLeay 1904-1922'.
  35. 'Proctor Martin Wilson' in military uniform.
  36. 'Eustace Garnet Wilson' in military uniform, 1915. 'Youngest son of John TRN and Eliza Wilson... photo taken on his embarkment leave he enlisted in the AIF... and fought in France, he was known as Garney Wilson'.
  37. Notes accompanying photograph suggest this portrait is either James or William Rankine.
  38. Portrait of Australian Aboriginal man of 'Dieri Tribe'.
  39. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal man holding boomerang.
  40. Tribesman from Kaurna tribe holding shield.
  41. Side portrait of Australian Aboriginal Woman 'Teenminne' copied from 'The Native Tribes of South Australia, p114'. [Howitt, A W, (1904) Native tribes of south-east Australia London: Macmillan].
  42. 'Robert Wanganeen' playing the guitar.
  43. Portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman 'Mrs Karpeny' photographed by 'Mr. A.C. Minchin, 1911'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5561.
  44. Australian Aboriginal woman 'Mrs Karpeny' with three unidentified men. Photographed by 'Mr. A.C. Minchin, 1911'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5565.
  45. Australian Aboriginal woman 'Mrs Karpeny' photographed by 'Mr. A.C. Minchin, 1911'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5560.
  46. Australian Aboriginal woman 'Mrs Karpeny' photographed by 'Mr.J.W. Bakewell.
  47. Australian Aboriginal woman Mrs Karpeny photographed by 'J.W. Bakewell, 1907'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5564.
  48. Australian Aboriginal man 'Simon Karpeny, called King of his Tribe'.
  49. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman wearing possum or kangaroo skin cloak with child on her back.

Tindale Tribes: Jarildekald; Dieri.

  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/2
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1960
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring album
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/2
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/3

Photographs and other illustrations from Point McLeay Mission

 

This item contains 33 historical photographs and postcards of single portraits of Australian Aboriginal people, including some wearing possum or kangaroo skin cloaks, and some people dressed as military personnel at Point McLeay Mission (SA). Almost all of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. Side portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman 'Mrs Campbell'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5575.
  2. Front portrait of 'Mrs Campbell'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5576.
  3. Portrait of 'Leonard Campbell'.
  4. Side portrait of Australian Aboriginal 'Mrs Campbell', possibly 'Margaret' or 'Rebecca'. Date of Christian marriage '8.4.1868' at Point McLeay. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5577.
  5. Side portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman, 'Kartinyeri'.
  6. Front portrait of 'Nymbulda Unaipon as a young woman'.
  7. Side portrait of 'Nymbulda, wife of James Unaipon and mother of David Unaipon'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2954.
  8. 'Kaurna Tribesman 1860' wearing possum or kangaroo skin cloak.
  9. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man.
  10. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man.
  11. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal child.
  12. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal child.
  13. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal child.
  14. Australian Aboriginal woman 'Jenny Pongee, native name Lul-Lul-Owrie, died at Poltalloch, 30th June 1911 (Lake Alexandrina) - Mrs. Angas. Dept. of Aboriginal Affairs says her tribal husband was Captain Jack & her descendants were called Hall'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5571.
  15. 'Jenny Pongee'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2958.
  16. Portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman, 'Aboriginal Name "Pombinga" (Name from framed portrait, Pt, McLeay)'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2957.
  17. Side portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman 'Munyari' who 'was a child in the dormitory at Pt McLeay 1860'.
  18. Portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman 'Lumba Lumba, full blood child cared for Dormitory at Pt McLeay'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2955.
  19. Australian Aboriginal man 'Clarence Long'.
  20. Portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman Rebecca Spender, 'Aboriginal name "Lartelare" (Name from framed portrait, Pt. McLeay)'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2956.
  21. Side portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman 'Aboriginal name "Lartelare" (Name from framed portrait, Pt. McLeay)'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2953.
  22. Portrait of Australian Aboriginal man 'Tommy Walker'.
  23. Portrait of Australian Aboriginal man 'Wollong Mildurd'.
  24. Illustrated portrait of 'Rev. George Taplin' (See AA 319).
  25. Side portrait of 'Peter Campbell'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2951.
  26. Australian Aboriginal man 'Ted Rankine'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 3900.
  27. Man and child in ceremonial dress and paint, posing for the photographer.
  28. Australian Aboriginal man, 'Gollan Seymour - was a lay-preacher. Also a milk vendor'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2852.
  29. Portrait of 'Philip Sumner'.
  30. Portrait of 'Carter Roland Wenzell'.
  31. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man.
  32. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man.
  33. Portrait of 'William McHughes' sitting on chair.

Tindale Tribes: Jarildekald; Kaurna.

  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/3
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1960
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring album
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/3
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/4

Photographs and other illustrations from Point McLeay Mission

 

This item contains 41 historical photographs and postcards of Australian Aboriginal people at fetes, Australia day, Jubilee, weddings, memorials, stockmen, shelters and damper making at Point McLeay Mission (SA). Almost all of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. Newspaper article of staff from the Morialta Children's home, Daisy Brumbie, June Campbell and Rosie Brumbie sharing an umbrella at a fete at the Koala Farm.
  2. Group of four adults, two children and five dogs outside of shelter.
  3. Six women behind a stall at a fete with three children standing towards the left of the stall.
  4. Fifteen non-Aboriginal people gathered at a ceremony or memorial.
  5. 'Australia Day - Point McLeay'.
  6. Three men sitting outside of a shelter.
  7. Point McLeay Mission Jubilee.
  8. Stockman.
  9. Stockman.
  10. 'Wedding at Pt McLeay church, Ben Blueskin and Katie Rankine'.
  11. Three unidentified Australian Aboriginal women with four children.
  12. Two Australian Aboriginal women at Lake Alexandrina making damper. This item was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4406.
  13. Postcard from the 'Mission - children's home'. This item was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4468.
  14. Postcard with four landscapes of Raukkon at the Point McLeay mission. This item was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4471.
  15. Postcard of 'Point McLeay Children' on 'November fifth', which is the 'Anniversary of settlement'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4470 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'.
  16. 'Hughie McHughes at Taplin (see AA 319) Memorial. Trunk of tree under which Taplin first addressed Narrinyeri [Ngarrindjeri] tribal elders, 1859'.
  17. Photograph of mural that was previously on display in church. 'Point MacLeay Band of Hope - Blue Ribbon Army'.
  18. Postcard from 'Empire Day' from Point McLeay Mission 'Native Class'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4457 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'.
  19. Postcard of 'Aspects of Narrinyeri [Ngarrindjeri] way of life. Tree Burials - drying of Dead. Custom of grave concern to Taplin as Aboriginal People settled permanently at Pt McLeay Mission locality ceremonial site'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4469 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'.
  20. Shelter, 'Tindale, (See AA338) "A camp, probably at Kalpang, near Point McLeay. A Duck net is draped over the entrance to the hut, any one of the squatting women has a coiled rush - basket slung over her back"'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5308.
  21. Woman standing in wedding dress holding flower bouquet next to man sitting down in suit. Notes accompanying this photograph identifies the couple as 'Blanche Watson' and 'Charles Wilson'.
  22. 'Grave of George Taplin' surrounded by fourteen of Aboriginal People who 'are members of the Narrinyeri [Ngarrindjeri] council', 1879.
  23. Wedding photograph of 'Harold and Martha Kropinyeri nee Varcoe'.
  24. Australian Aboriginal man 'Billy Newland' sitting outside shelter. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5504.
  25. Nine Australian Aboriginal people in foreground of shelter.
  26. Group of sixteen adults and children sitting in foreground of shelter.
  27. 'Wurlies [shelter] Camps. In foreground typical wurlie of Narrinyeri [Ngarrindjeri] in background. Shanty, which typifies first change. Note European clothing. Era 1860-70'.
  28. 'Natives Camp, Pt McLeay Mission Station'.
  29. 'Typical wurlie [shelter] of Narrinyeri [Ngarrindjeri]'.
  30. Large group of adults and children with shelters in background in the 'Coorong'.
  31. Two unidentified Australian Aboriginal women with a tall garden hedge in the background. One woman is sitting on a chair and the other woman is standing to the right of the chair.
  32. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal child sitting on chair.
  33. Two unidentified children.
  34. 'Bride and Bridegroom' standing in front of an unidentified building. The woman is holding a flower bouquet.
  35. Fourteen Australian Aboriginal people at 'Picnic' at Point McLeay.
  36. Group of children standing in foreground of unidentified building.
  37. Close up photograph of three women and one man in shelter. The two women in the foreground of the photograph are being held up by the man and there is one woman in the background.
  38. Young Australian Aboriginal boy sitting on chair with two girls wearing white dresses either side of him.
  39. Australian Aboriginal woman sitting on a chair with three children by her side and two men in the background.
  40. Man sitting on a chair with two young girls looking at him. Notes accompanying this photograph read 'Protector of Aboriginal People Mrs Annie Rankine M.B.E. nee Long.
  41. Mission buildings at Point McLeay Mission, Lake Alexandrina.

Tindale Tribes: Jarildekald.

  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/4
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1960
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring album
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/4
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/5

Photographs and other illustrations from Point McLeay Mission

 

This item contains 39 historical photographs and postcards of large groups of Australian Aboriginal people, and school children at Point McLeay Mission (SA). Almost all of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. 'Australian Aboriginal women & children'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4467 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'.
  2. Group of unidentified Australian Aboriginal people with an unidentified building in the background.
  3. 'George Taplin (See AA319) & children at dormitory'.
  4. 'Group of school children at Pt McLeay', 'Late 1880's, This group includes Gollans, Wilsons, Rigneys'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4181.
  5. Thirty-two 'Members of Pt McLeay Mission Church'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5221.
  6. 'School children, Pt McLeay 1885'.
  7. Seventeen Australian Aboriginal children performing puppet show outside the post office, with four children holding musical instruments.
  8. One man playing piano with two men and twenty Australian Aboriginal children gathered around the piano.
  9. Group of five Australian Aboriginal people sitting on the edge of the river at 'Pt McLeay Mission Station'. There is one Australian Aboriginal boy standing in the middle of the group. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4461 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'.
  10. Two Australian Aboriginal women holding one child each. 'Laura Harris' is on the left and 'Tracey Rigney nee Sumner' is on the right. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4466 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'.
  11. Large group of people at a 'school picnic'.
  12. Group of Australian Aboriginal men 'preparing for exhibition of dancing' at Goolwa. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 3901.
  13. Group of eight Australian Aboriginal men and women with one child sitting down and one man standing at the back in a suit. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4404 and was acquired from 'H.M. Hale (See AA124). 1939'.
  14. Four Australian Aboriginal people with two children. Ada Stanley née Koolmateri has one child on her back and Tokie Butcher is holding Jane in her arms. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4465 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'.
  15. 'Picnic party on the cliffs Pt MacLeay, Dec 1885'.
  16. Group of children at Point McLeay School.
  17. Six men in front of corrugated iron, caption beneath photograph "CRIB TIME".
  18. Large group of unidentified people.
  19. Eight unidentified Australian Aboriginal children sitting on stone fence.
  20. 'Mission School Band - Pt MacLeay - 1917'.
  21. Six Australian Aboriginal boys wearing white clothing, with black socks, black waistbands and neck ties.
  22. Large group of people with two dogs in foreground.
  23. 'Aboriginal Football Team at Narrung 1886'.
  24. Large group of people sitting below the remains of a tree with an unreadable plaque on it. Some children have climbed the tree. Notes accompanying the photograph read, 'the remains of the tree now encased in a memorial to George Taplin'.
  25. Group of adults and school children standing in foreground of shelter.
  26. Two men wearing hats, one young boy wearing hat and a woman wearing a hat sitting under a tree.
  27. Large group of people sitting on grass with Australian Flag. 'Children include Gollans, Rigneys, Wilsons, Long, Campbells, Mason'.
  28. Woman sitting on a chair outside a building with five children. The youngest child is on her lap.
  29. Warning this photograph may be restricted, four Australian Aboriginal people and one child preparing for ceremony.
  30. Large group of adults and children.
  31. Group of ten adults and children with a horse and dog in the background.
  32. Group of twelve Australian Aboriginal people on sand dunes.
  33. Large group of unidentified people.
  34. Family of John Sumner 'pair on right at rear - Arthur and Martha Barrett. Nee Varcoe. Alban Varcoe front centre.'
  35. Photograph of twenty-four Australian Aboriginal men and women outside store at Point McLeay.
  36. 'Enid Lawrie's Birthday Party at Pt. McLeay. On lawn of H.M's house - now Council offices'.
  37. Australian Aboriginal boys playing string games.
  38. Group of Australian Aboriginal children. The girls are wearing white dresses and the boys are wearing dark shirts with white collars. Two children are holding flower ornament in the air.
  39. Man in foreground wearing a suit and white hat with six women facing the camera behind him.

Tindale Tribes: Jarildekald.

  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/5
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1960
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring album
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/5
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/6

Photographs and other illustrations from Point McLeay Mission

 

This item contains 52 historical photographs and postcards depicting small groups of Australian Aboriginal people, and games of cricket at Point McLeay Mission (SA). Almost all of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. Four unidentified Australian Aboriginal girls.
  2. Postcard with photograph of three adults and one child to Mr Dan Whibley of Point McLeay.
  3. Two women holding one child each. On the left is 'Elva Milera nee Rigney at "glenora"'.
  4. Two Australian Aboriginal women. Notes accompanying photograph suggest one woman is 'Mrs Blackman'.
  5. 'Clarence (Milerum) Long & 1st wife Lydia Thomson'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 3301.
  6. Australian Aboriginal woman and child from the Coorong. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 3302.
  7. Australian Aboriginal Woman holding child. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4463 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'.
  8. 'Laura Harris (née Spender)' with child on her back. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4464, and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'.
  9. 'Philip Rigney from Albany, Western Australia and stepson Edward'.
  10. 'Old woman in wurlie [shelter]' at Point McLeay. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4459, and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'.
  11. 'Everett Sumner' and 'Clyde Kropinyeri'.
  12. Two Australian Aboriginal men playing cricket.
  13. Five children playing cricket with onlookers in the background.
  14. Australian Aboriginal men playing cricket.
  15. 'William Rollison known as Brown' dressed as military personnel, standing beside woman sitting in chair.
  16. Two women, on the left is 'Tokie Butcher' and on the right is 'Mrs Laura Harris', '1920'.
  17. Three men with child 'L to R adults Yulimba, Ted Kropinyeri, Frank Lovegrove (baby) Victor Rigney'.
  18. 'Koolmateri', Australian Aboriginal man and woman.
  19. 'Lay Preachers', 'Mark Wilson, Jacob Harris'.
  20. Australian Aboriginal Woman, 'Charlotte Lawson' and child. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4462 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'.
  21. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman sitting on chair with a child.
  22. Australian Aboriginal woman sitting on chair with her arm around a child wearing black clothing.
  23. 'Ben and Edward Rigney'.
  24. Two unidentified men wearing suits and hats.
  25. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman with child on her back.
  26. 'George Taplin (See AA319) & David Unaipon, Son of Pullum, 1864'.
  27. Australian Aboriginal man and woman sitting down, the man is wearing a suit with a hat.
  28. Two Australian Aboriginal people with a young boy. Notes accompanying photograph suggest one person is 'Thomas Martin'.
  29. Two people in a garden. The garden has areas whuch are separated by rocks in the foreground and there is a building in the background.
  30. Two women with baskets. On the right is Louisa Karpeny and an unidentified companion on the left.
  31. Bert Wilson or Hubert Edward Wilson and Daphne Rigney nee Harris, Doreen Kartinyeri or Naomi Gollan nee Harris.
  32. 'Mrs Susan Wanganeen & Mrs Lily Moody nee Giles 1900'.
  33. 'Portraits of Aboriginal People, 1. Wuntinyeri - A Heathen woman of Mundoo tribe 2. Naraminyeri - A Christian young woman Pt. Malcolm Tribe 3. Pompanyeripuritye - Pt. Malcolm Tribe. Tattooed 4. James Unaipon - Belonging to Murray Tribe. A Native deacon of the church at Pt. McLeay. 5. Tarkeorn. An aged man of the Goolwa Tribe (Information re. Names from Taplin)'.
  34. 'Woman & Child - Australian Aboriginals Pompinguru, wife of "Newland"'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5063.
  35. 'Tommy & Ada Walker' or 'Willie Pool & his wife [Lizzie]'.
  36. 'Tommy Walker & wife' or Billy Pool & wife' sitting outside shelter.
  37. 'Joseph & Christina Koolmatrie Md 7.12.1866'.
  38. 'Ronald Westcourt Kite and Mrs Eunice Kite nee Richards, 1939, Photo of family before Ronald departed for service with the 2/1046 battalion 2nd A.I.F in England, M.E and the Islands'.
  39. 'Myra Wilson', 'Martha Varcoe', 'Sally Varcoe' or 'Ada Varcoe'.
  40. 'John Wilson, Grandchildren Dennis Wilson (deceased), Mrs Myra Heywood formerly Kropinyeri nee Wilson'.
  41. 'Albert Rankine & Edna Lovegrove, 1952'.
  42. 'Arthur and Martha Barrett nee Varcoe, later Kropinyeri and Alban Varcoe' taken in '1900 at Tailem Bend'.
  43. Two unidentified Australian Aboriginal women holding one child each.
  44. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal man holding a child and sitting on a chair in between a girl on the left side of the photograph and a boy on the right side of the photograph.
  45. 'Mrs James Unaipon, Mrs Karpeny, Mrs Close'.
  46. 'Official document proclaiming the area now occupied by the descendants of the Narrunga/Kaurna tribes as an Aboriginal Reserve'.
  47. Group of men and women, notes accompanying this photograph suggest the people are possibly Gollans, Rigneys, Summners, Campbells, Wilsons or Kropinyeris.
  48. Family portrait of 'Roger Rigney, Janice Rigney, Baby Roger, Deborah, Leild [??]'.
  49. Headstone for David Blackwell dated 2[??] January 1893.
  50. Program for 'Unveiling of Memorial to - Queen Ethel - of the South-East Muandik Tribe'.
  51. 'Lewis Adams' wheeling a wheel barrow of wood through gate post.
  52. Building with sign above door that says 'ACADEMY','occupied by James Unaipon 1860'.

Tindale Tribes: Jarildekald; Kaurna.

  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/6
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1960
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring album
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/6
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/7

Corresponding negatives from Series 1 to 6

 

This item contains 180 negatives of historical photographs and postcards from the Point McLeay Mission (SA). There are corresponding photographic prints in albums AA 676/5/1 to AA 676/5/6. They are listed as follows:

  1. Photograph negative of 'Pt McLeay, showing from L. to R. the church - missioners' cottage - dormitory 1880'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/1
  2. Photograph negative of landscape photograph of Pt McLeay with village in background. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/2
  3. Photograph negative of village of Point McLeay with the 'Pt McLeay Church built by Aboriginal People 1868, Missionary's cottage built 1859, Dormitory for children build 1859' in the photograph. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/3
  4. Photograph negative of Point McLeay village 'early to mid 1800's'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/4
  5. Photograph negative of Point McLeay village 'early to mid 1800's'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/5
  6. Photograph negative of 'L. first missionary's cottage. R. Children's dormitory. Both built by Aboriginal People in 1859'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/6
  7. Photograph negative of village, at Point McLeay. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/7
  8. Photograph negative of sixteen men undertaking 'wool washing' with horse drawn cart towards the right side of the photograph. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/9
  9. Photograph negative of 'historical points of interest original missionary's cottage, children's dormitory, school, on shores of Lake Alexandrina, Village established on ceremonial ground known as Raakkan [Raukkan] = ancient way', 'Pt McLeay'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/12
  10. Photograph negative of group of twelve Australian Aboriginal girls. Nine in back row with striped skirts and baskets resting on heads, three in the bottom row with baskets on ground with fishing net and fish in foreground. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/13
  11. Photograph negative of group of Australian Aboriginal children gathered outside post office. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/14
  12. Photograph negative of six Australian Aboriginal shearers at Pt McLeay. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/15
  13. Photograph negative of 'Pt McLeay woolshed on the shore of Lake Alexandrina'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/16
  14. Photograph negative of eleven men and children taking part in 'Wool Washing' at 'Pt McLeay'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/17
  15. Photograph negative of seven men standing amongst wool, 'Wool Washing: Pt McLeay'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/18
  16. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Rimas Kropinyeri' sitting on chair in front of stone wall. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/19
  17. Photograph negative of unidentified child standing in striped clothing. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/20
  18. Photograph negative of transportation of wool on flying fox during 'Wool washing' at Pt McLeay'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/21
  19. Photograph negative of 'Campbell House 1875 owned by T.D Bowman. Aboriginal Shearers from Pt McLeay'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/22
  20. Photograph negative of 'Missionaries house, Dormitory' at 'Point MacLeay Mission Station 1862'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/24
  21. Photograph negative of church surrounded by brush fence with two men standing inside the fence. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/25
  22. Photograph negative of 'Group of Aboriginal children outside Pt McLeay Aboriginal Mission Church'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4184. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/26
  23. Photograph negative of man and child standing outside fence that surrounds building. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/28
  24. Photograph negative of large group of people standing outside church at Pt McLeay. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/29
  25. Photograph negative of 'First school established' in Pt McLeay with children in grounds. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/30
  26. Photograph negative of group of unidentified people with church in distance. Probably 'Taplin's son in law & school children'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/31
  27. Photograph negative of 'Pt McLeay Church' surrounded by fence, with trees in foreground. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/32
  28. Photograph negative of stone building with water tank surrounded by fence. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/33
  29. Photograph negative of 'Boat Teenminnie' in the water at Point McLeay with the shoreline in the background. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/34
  30. Photograph negative of three men standing on 'Narrung Jetty' with one man standing on sailboat, 'View across channel between Lake Alexandrina & Lake Albert, Point Malcolm in distance, tribal ground'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/35
  31. Photograph negative of paddle steamer at Goolwa. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/37
  32. Photograph negative of 'Hindmarsh S.A. church.' The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/38
  33. Photograph negative of 'New school' 'on hill below cemetery' 1917, children positioned in foreground of school with musical instruments. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/1/39
  34. Photograph negative of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man with two dogs. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/2
  35. Photograph negative of portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4349. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/4
  36. Photograph negative of side portrait of an unidentified Australian Aboriginal man. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2952. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/5
  37. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal woman standing against building. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4458. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/6
  38. Photograph negative of 'Aboriginal - Girl' photographed by Stump & Co, Adelaide, 1889. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5062. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/7
  39. Photograph negative of side portrait of 'James Unaipon' from Pt McLeay. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2950 and was acquired from the 'Taplin Family from W. Hamilton'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/8
  40. Photograph negative of 'Portrait of Aboriginal - Woman' from Naracoorte. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2862 and was acquired from 'E.R. Pearke'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/10
  41. Photograph negative of side portrait of 'Nutun' from the Murray River. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5580. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/11
  42. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Banks Long, 22.7.70'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/14
  43. Photograph negative of portrait of military person, 'Timothy Hughes' enlisted in Australian Imperial Force. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/15
  44. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Pt McLeay man after an operation for incisional hernia, at Royal Adelaide Hospital' from the Coorong, South Australia. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 3307 and was acquired from 'Prof. Watson'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/16
  45. Photograph negative of side portrait of Australian Aboriginal man with 'incisional Hernia, Dec 1908'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5543. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/17
  46. Photograph negative of portrait of unidentified Aboriginal woman with L.W.S.T written on left arm. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/18
  47. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal man sitting on chair with hat on, possibly 'Rigney' or 'Gollan'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/20
  48. Photograph negative of man standing in suit with tree in background. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/21
  49. Photograph negative of unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman sitting with hat on lap. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/23
  50. Photograph negative of 'Black Tracker, assisting constable at Beltana, far north, Flinders Ranges'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/24
  51. Photograph negative of portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man with hat on. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/25
  52. Photograph negative of side portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/26
  53. Photograph negative of young unidentified Australian Aboriginal boy standing outside. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/27
  54. Photograph negative of 'Proctor Martin Wilson' in military uniform. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/35
  55. Photograph negative of 'Eustace Garnet Wilson' in military uniform, 1915. 'Youngest son of John TRN and Eliza Wilson... photo taken on his embarkment leave he enlisted in the AIF... and fought in France, he was known as Garney Wilson'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/36
  56. Photograph negative of portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman 'Mrs Karpeny' photographed by 'Mr. A.C. Minchin, 1911'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5561. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/43
  57. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal woman 'Mrs Karpeny' with three men. Photographed by 'Mr. A.C. Minchin, 1911'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5565. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/44
  58. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal woman 'Mrs Karpeny' photographed by 'Mr. A.C. Minchin, 1911'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5560. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/45
  59. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal woman Mrs Karpeny photographed by 'J.W. Bakewell, 1907'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5564. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/47
  60. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal man 'Simon Karpeny, called King of his Tribe'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/48
  61. Photograph negative of side portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman 'Mrs Campbell'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5575. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/1
  62. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Leonard Campbell'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/3
  63. Photograph negative of side portrait of Australian Aboriginal 'Mrs Campbell', possibly 'Margaret' or 'Rebecca'. 'Date of Christian marriage 8.4.1868 @ Pt McLeay: son Leonard Campbell born March 1870'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5577. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/4
  64. Photograph negative of side portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman, 'Kartinyeri'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/5
  65. Photograph negative of front portrait of 'Nymbulda Unaipon as a young woman'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/6
  66. Photograph negative of side portrait of 'Nymbulda, wife of James Unaipon and mother of David Unaipon'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2954. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/7
  67. Photograph negative of 'Kaurna Tribesman 1860' wearing possum or kangaroo skin cloak. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/8
  68. Photograph negative of portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/9
  69. Photograph negative of portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/10
  70. Photograph negative of portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal child. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/11
  71. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal woman, 'Jenny Pongee, native name Lul-Lul-Owrie, died at Poltalloch, 30th June 1911 (Lake Alexandrina) - Mrs. Angas. Dept. of Aboriginal Affairs says her tribal husband was Captain Jack & her descendants were called Hall'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5571. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/14
  72. Photograph negative of 'Jenny Pongee, born 1907, Coorong Tribe'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2958. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/15
  73. Photograph negative of portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman, 'Aboriginal Name "Pombinga" (Name from framed portrait, Pt, McLeay)'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2957. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/16
  74. Photograph negative of side portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman 'Munyari, was a child in the dormitory at Pt McLeay 1860'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/17
  75. Photograph negative of portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman 'Lumba Lumba, full blood child cared for Dormitory at Pt McLeay'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2955. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/18
  76. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal man 'Clarence Long'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/19
  77. Photograph negative of portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman Rebecca Spender, 'Aboriginal name "Lartelare" (Name from framed portrait, Pt. McLeay)'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2956. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/20
  78. Photograph negative of side portrait of Australian Aboriginal woman 'Aboriginal name "Lartelare" (Name from framed portrait, Pt. McLeay)'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2953. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/21
  79. Photograph negative of portrait of Australian Aboriginal man 'Tommy Walker'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/22
  80. Photograph negative of portrait of Australian Aboriginal man 'Wollong Mildurd'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/23
  81. Photograph negative of side portrait of 'Peter Campbell'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2951. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/25
  82. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal man 'Ted Rankine'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 3900. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/26
  83. Photograph negative of man and child in ceremonial dress and paint. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/27
  84. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal man, 'Gollan Seymour - was a lay-preacher. Also a milk vendor'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2852. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/28
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    li>Photograph negative of portrait of 'Philip Sumner'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/29
  86. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Carter Roland Wenzell'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/30
  87. Photograph negative of portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/31
  88. Photograph negative of portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/3/32
  89. Photograph negative of twelve Australian Aboriginal men, women and children gathered around a sign that reads '1859 Jubilee 1909, Pt McLeay Mission, 6 May 1909'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/7
  90. Photograph negative of stockman. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/8
  91. Photograph negative of stockman. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/9
  92. Photograph negative of 'Wedding at Pt McLeay church, Ben Blueskin and Katie Rankine', photograph taken with Ben Blueskin and Katie Rankine standing on stairs leading out of church, with fourteen children lining the sides of the stairs. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/10
  93. Photograph negative of three Australian Aboriginal women and four children. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/11
  94. Photograph negative of two Aboriginal women at Lake Alexandrina making damper. This item was formerly identified as AP 4406. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/12
  95. Photograph negative of postcard from the 'Mission - children's home' in Pt McLeay, formerly identified as AP 4468. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/13
  96. Photograph negative of postcard with four landscapes of Raukkon at the Pt McLeay mission. This item was formerly identified as AP 4471. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/14
  97. Photograph negative of postcard of 'Point McLeay Children' on 'November fifth', which is the 'Anniversary of settlement'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4470 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/15
  98. Photograph negative of 'Hughie McHughes at Taplin Memorial. Trunk of tree under which Taplin (see AA319) first addressed Narrinyeri [Ngarrindjeri] tribal elders, 1859'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/16
  99. Photograph negative of mural that was previously on display in church with text 'Point MacLeay Band of Hope - Blue Ribbon Army' above a photograph of an Australian Aboriginal man shaking hands with a non-Aboriginal man, the text below reads 'He made of one every nation of men'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/17
  100. Photograph negative of postcard from 'Empire Day' from Point McLeay Mission 'Native Class'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4457 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/18
  101. Photograph negative of shelter, 'Tindale (See AA338), "A camp, probably at Kalpang, near Point McLeay. A Duck net is draped over the entrance to the hut, any one of the squatting women has a coiled rush - basket slung over her back"'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5308. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/20
  102. Photograph negative of woman standing in wedding dress holding flower bouquet next to man sitting down in suit 'Blanche Watson, Charles Wilson'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/21
  103. Photograph negative of 'Grave of George Taplin' with fourteen of Aboriginal People who 'are members of the Narrinyeri [Ngarrindjeri] council', 1879. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/22
  104. Photograph negative of wedding photograph of 'Harold and Martha Kropinyeri nee Varcoe'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/23
  105. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal man 'Billy Newland' sitting outside shelter. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5504. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/24
  106. Photograph negative of group of sixteen adults and children sitting in front of shelter. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/26
  107. Photograph negative of 'Wurlies Camps. In foreground typical wurlie of Narrinyeri [Ngarrindjeri] in background. Shanty, which typifies first change. Note European clothing. Era 1860-70'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/27
  108. Photograph negative of two unidentified Australian Aboriginal women with tall garden hedge in background. One woman is sitting on a chair, and the other woman is standing to the right of the chair. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/31
  109. Photograph negative of unidentified Australian Aboriginal child sitting on chair. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/32
  110. Photograph negative of two unidentified children in cart outside in garden. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/33
  111. Photograph negative of fourteen Australian Aboriginal people at 'Picnic' at Pt McLeay. Caption beneath photograph reads 'Natives, Pt McLeay'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/35
  112. Photograph negative of 'Australian Aboriginal women & children'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4467 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/1
  113. Photograph negative of group of unidentified Australian Aboriginal people outside building.The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/2
  114. Photograph negative of 'George Taplin & children at dormitory'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/3
  115. Photograph negative of thirty-two 'Members of Pt McLeay Mission Church'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5221. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/5
  116. Photograph negative of seventeen Aboriginal children with puppet show, four children with musical instruments, outside post office. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/7
  117. Photograph negative of three men, one playing piano, with twenty Aboriginal children gathered. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/8
  118. Photograph negative of group of five Australian Aboriginal people sitting in front of a shrub on the waters edge, with one Aboriginal boy standing in the middle of the group at 'Pt McLeay Mission Station'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4461 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/9
  119. Photograph negative of 'Mission - Aboriginal Women and Children', Left, 'Laura Harris', right, 'Tracey Rigney nee Sumner'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4466 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/10
  120. Photograph negative of large group of people at a 'school picnic'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/11
  121. Photograph negative of group of Australian Aboriginal men 'preparing for exhibition of dancing' at Goolwa. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 3901. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/12
  122. Photograph negative of four Australian Aboriginal people with two children, one child on back of woman on right (Ada Stanley née Koolmateri), one being held in arms of woman (Tokie Butcher, child Jane) in the middle standing outside stone building. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4465 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/14
  123. Photograph negative of notes accompanying this photograph reads 'Group of Aboriginal People at Lake Alexandrina, 1860' or 'Picnic party on the cliffs Pt MacLeay, Dec 1885'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/15
  124. Photograph negative of group of children at 'Pt McLeay School'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/16
  125. Photograph negative of six men in front of corrugated iron fence, caption beneath photograph "CRIB TIME". The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/17
  126. Photograph negative of large group of unidentified people. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/18
  127. Photograph negative of eight unidentified Australian Aboriginal children sitting on stone fence. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/19
  128. Photograph negative of 'Mission School Band - Pt MacLeay - 1917'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/20
  129. Photograph negative of six Australian Aboriginal boys in white clothing with black socks and black waistbands and ties. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/21
  130. Photograph negative of large group of people with two dogs in foreground. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/22
  131. Photograph negative of 'Aboriginal Football Team at Narrung 1886'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/23
  132. Photograph negative of large group of people sitting below the remains of a tree with a plaque on it. Some children have climbed the tree and are sitting on the left branch. Notes accompanying the photograph read, 'the remains of the tree now encased in a memorial to George Taplin'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/24
  133. Photograph negative of group of adults and school children standing in foreground of canopy of cart. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/25
  134. Photograph negative of from left to right, sitting beneath a tree, two men with hats, one young boy wearing hat, with woman with hat. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/26
  135. Photograph negative of 'Children include Gollans, Rigneys, Wilsons, Long, Campbells, Mason' sitting beneath large tree on grass with Australian flag. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/27
  136. Photograph negative of woman sitting on chair outside building with five children the youngest child is on her lap. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/28
  137. Photograph negative of four Australian Aboriginal women with one child preparing for ceremony. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/29
  138. Photograph negative of large group of adults and children standing in large group. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/30
  139. Photograph negative of group of ten adults and children in paddock with one dog and horse in background. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/31
  140. Photograph negative of group of twelve Australian Aboriginal people on sand dunes. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/32
  141. Photograph negative of two women holding one child each, standing in paddock of cows. 'Left Elva Milera nee Rigney at "glenora"'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/3
  142. Photograph negative of 'Clarence (Milerum) Long & 1st wife Lydia Thomson'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 3301. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/5
  143. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal woman with child from the Coorong. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 3302. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/6
  144. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal woman holding child. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4463, and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/7
  145. Photograph negative of 'Laura Harris (née Spender)'. Australian Aboriginal woman with child on back standing outside white stone building. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4464, and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/8
  146. Photograph negative of 'Philip Rigney from Albany, Western Australia and stepson Edward'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/9
  147. Photograph negative of 'Old woman in wurlie' at Pt McLeay. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4459, and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/10
  148. Photograph negative of 'Everett Sumner' and 'Clyde Kropinyeri'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/11
  149. Photograph negative of two Australian Aboriginal men playing cricket. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/12
  150. Photograph negative of five children playing cricket with building and onlookers in the background. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/13
  151. Photograph negative of left: 'Tokie Butcher' right: 'Mrs Laura Harris', '1920'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/16
  152. Photograph negative of three men with child 'L to R adults Yulimba, Ted Kropinyeri, Frank Lovegrove (baby) Victor Rigney'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/17
  153. Photograph negative of 'Lay Preachers' 'Mark Wilson, Jacob Harris'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/19
  154. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal woman, 'Charlotte Lawson' and child. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4462 and was acquired from 'H. Rutherford Purnell'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/20
  155. Photograph negative of unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman sitting on chair with small child. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/21
  156. Photograph negative of 'Ben and Edward Rigney'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/23
  157. Photograph negative of two unidentified men in suits and hats on with tree in background. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/24
  158. Photograph negative of 'George Taplin & David Unaipon, Son of Pullum, 1864'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/26
  159. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal man and woman sitting down, the man is wearing a suit with a hat. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/27
  160. Photograph negative of two Australian Aboriginal people with a young boy. Notes accompanying photograph reads 'Thomas Martin'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/28
  161. Photograph negative of two people in garden which has areas separated by rocks in the foreground and a building in the background. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/29
  162. Photograph negative of Louisa Karpeny (right) and a companion (left), laden down with baskets. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/30
  163. Photograph negative of Bert Wilson or Hubert Edward Wilson and Daphne Rigney nee Harris, Doreen Kartinyeri or Naomi Gollan nee Harris. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/31
  164. Photograph negative of 'Mrs Susan Wanganeen & Mrs Lily Moody nee Giles 1900'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/32
  165. Photograph negative of 'Portraits of Aboriginal People, 1. Wuntinyeri - A Heathen woman of Mundoo tribe 2. Naraminyeri - A Christian young woman Pt. Malcolm Tribe 3. Pompanyeripuritye - Pt. Malcolm Tribe. Tattooed 4. James Unaipon - Belonging to Murray Tribe. A Native deacon of the church at Pt. McLeay. 5. Tarkeorn. An aged man of the Goolwa Tribe (Information re. Names from Taplin)'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/33
  166. Photograph negative of 'Woman & Child - Australian Aboriginals Pompinguru, wife of "Newland"', this photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5063. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/34
  167. Photograph negative of 'Tommy & Ada Walker' or 'Willie Pool & his wife [Lizzie]'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/35
  168. Photograph negative of 'Tommy Walker & wife' or Billy Pool & wife' sitting outside shelter. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/36
  169. Photograph negative of 'Joseph & Christina Koolmatrie Md 7.12.1866'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/37
  170. Photograph negative of 'Arthur and Martha Barrett nee Varcoe, later Kropinyeri and Alban Varcoe' taken in '1900 at Tailem Bend'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/42
  171. Photograph negative of two Australian Aboriginal women holding one child each with ferns in background. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/43
  172. Photograph negative of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man holding a child and sitting on a chair in between a girl on the left side of the photograph and a boy on the right side of the photograph, with a stone wall in the background. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/44
  173. Photograph negative of group of Australian Aboriginal children, girls wearing white dresses and boys wearing dark shirts with white collars. Two children are holding flower ornament in the air. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/36
  174. Photograph negative of man with suit and white hat on smiling at the camera, with six women facing the camera smiling. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/5/37
  175. Photograph negative of children standing in foreground of building, three dressed for exhibition in clothing wrapped over their upper body with dress underneath. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/36
  176. Photograph negative of close up photograph of three women in shelter and one man. The two women at the front of the photograph look ill and are being held up by the man and woman in the background. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/37
  177. Photograph negative of young Australian Aboriginal boy sitting on chair with two girls in white dresses either side of him. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/38
  178. Photograph negative of unidentified woman sitting on chair with book on lap. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/2/19
  179. Photograph negative of Australian Aboriginal woman sitting on chair with two men in background and three children by her side. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/39
  180. Photograph negative of 'Pt. McLeay Mission, Lake Alexandrina'. Photograph of village buildings. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/4/40
  181. Photograph negative of 'Official document proclaiming the area now occupied by the descendants of the Narrunga/Kaurna tribes as an Aboriginal Reserve'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/6/46
  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/7
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1960
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring album
Formats Photographic Film Negatives
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/7
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/8

Photographs and other illustrations from the MacDonnell Ranges, Woodenbong, Oodnadatta, Groote Eylandt Mission Station, Yalwarrah, Arnhem Land - in particular Yirrkala, Roper River Mission Station and Oenpelli Mission Station.

 

This item contains 41 historical photographs from the MacDonnell Ranges, Northern Territory (NT), Woodenbong, New South Wales (NSW), Oodnadatta, South Australia (SA), Groote Eylandt Mission Station (NT), Yalwarrah (NT) Arnhem Land (NT) in particular Yirrkala, Roper River Mission Station and Oenpelli Mission Station. Some of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. 'Finke Gorge at Glen-Helen, where the Finke River breaks through the MacDonnell Ranges'.
  2. Gum trees lining valley with horses in the distance.
  3. 'Hill scenery', water at the bottom of the hills with palms lining one side of the hills.
  4. 'Hill scenery', with car driving at the bottom of the rock formation.
  5. 'Yirrkala. N.E. Arnhem Land', aerial photograph of buildings, farmland and sand lining the edge of the water.
  6. Boats in water.
  7. 'Yirrkala. N.E. Arnhem Land', crucifix centred in church with aboriginal art work either side.
  8. 'Yirrkala. N.E. Arnhem Land', three groups facing front of church, separated by two isles. There is a group of children at the front of the church in white dresses.
  9. House with lawn in front yard in foreground, with hills in background.
  10. Building made from corrugated iron with four people outside of the building, and two adults and two children in doorway of building.
  11. Four Australian Aboriginal men with gum trees in background.
  12. Two cars and one man in area surrounded by fence.
  13. 'Pastor & Mrs. Frank Roberts sm conducting convention' on a 'former aboriginal reserve'.
  14. Three men wearing long coats with hats on near a stone monument with a plaque on it.
  15. Windmill with buildings in background.
  16. Gospel Rally at Woodenbong. Preaching is pastor Frank Roberts sm.
  17. 'Pastor Frank Roberts sm officiates and represented minister, wedding taken at Labulum Aboriginal Station'. There is a stamp on the back of the photograph that reads 'J.HAZZARD CASINO, N.S.W'.
  18. 'Oodnadatta School, 1956, Christmas Wishes and lots of love Brent and Greg, 1956'. Group of children sitting outside veranda of building.
  19. 'Yirrkala. N.E. Arnhem Land', group of people in shorts and dresses, surrounding two men with dress pants and shirts on.
  20. 'Yirrkala. N.E. Arnhem Land', three Australian Aboriginal children.
  21. Man standing outside building with plaque that reads 'But the gift of God "eternal life" through Jesus Christ our Lord'.
  22. 'MacDonnell Ranges - newly painted medicine man with his diploma painted on his chest and abdomen'
  23. 'Roper River Mission Station - Phillip Roberts' looking through microscope.
  24. 'Roper River Mission Station - R.A.A.F. plane officer and Mr. Perce Leske'.
  25. 'Roper River Mission Station - Hospital - Maternity Ward'.
  26. 'Roper River Mission Station - native dwelling'.
  27. 'Roper River Mission Station - Kangaroo Rock overlooking Roper River'.
  28. 'Oenpelli Mission Station - Goat Milking'.
  29. 'Groote Eylandt Mission Station - Payday Mr. Kevin Hoffmann'.
  30. Groote Eylandt Mission Station - Sawmill'.
  31. 'Groote Eylandt Mission Station - School Art Class'.
  32. 'Groote. Dormitory Girl'.
  33. Group of unidentified, Australian Aboriginal people standing outside shelter.
  34. Group of five unidentified, unclothed Australian Aboriginal people standing in a row, posing for photograph.
  35. Group of unidentified, unclothed Australian Aboriginal people standing in a row outside.
  36. 'Tracker Monjala [??]', four unidentified, unclothed Australian Aboriginal people.
  37. 'Roper natives receiving blankets'.
  38. Six children eating 'Watermelon at Yalwarrah'.
  39. Photograph and notes from Peter Dunn. 'Weighing Baby (Sister Jerreck?). Babies are weighed each Fri. aft. Those not making satisfactory progress must be brought to the hospital quarters 3 times a day for prepared meals. This continues until weight etc, is satisfactory'.
  40. Photograph and notes from Peter Dunn. 'Boot-Making. Tannery'. A man is standing at workbench with boots on it.
  41. Sample photograph taken by Polaroid Land Camera. Photograph of woman behind counter at Commonwealth Savings Bank. There is a customer on the other side of the counter and there is a sign on the counter that reads, 'Everyone at Our House has a Commonwealth Savings Bank Money Box'.
  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/8
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring album
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/8
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/9

Photographs and other illustrations from Point Pearce and Wardang Island.

 

This item contains 34 historical photographs from Point Pearce (SA) and Wardang Island (SA). Some of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. 'Locality Plan of Yorke Peninsula showing position of Point Pearce Mission Station'.
  2. Portrait of 'Philip Welsh - Direct descendant of Narrangga [Narangga]' tribe.
  3. Portrait of 'Robert Wanganeen - (1900)'. From Narrangga [Narangga] tribe.
  4. 'Gilbert & Lewis Williams, 1900'.
  5. 'Thomas Adams' or 'Arthur Adams and Mrs Mary Adams nee Sims. Lily Sims'.
  6. Granny Lena, Grandfather Alfred, Rachel Stuart, Walter, Susie, Dinky and Lionel in the 1870's at Point Pearce.
  7. 'Cottages at Pt Pearce 1900, May Adams'.
  8. 'Borneo, Vietnam, Brian Varcoe, Pt Pearce, on a patrol at Kuantan'.
  9. 'Shearing Shed at Wardang Island'.
  10. 'Shearers' are standing in front of corrugated iron wall at Point Pearce.
  11. 'May Adams 1900'.
  12. 'Glady Adams Mrs Elphick'.
  13. Photograph of man sitting on chair holding boy on his lap. Notes accompanying photograph read 'Gilbert Williams. 1935'.
  14. 'Pt Pearce School Children'.
  15. Side portrait of 'George Pentoni' or 'Pethuenunkar'.
  16. Group of people at 'Pt Victoria (Pt Pearce)'.
  17. Group of men standing outside building made from corrugated iron.
  18. 'Point Pearce Mission Station - Overseas Residence'.
  19. 'Point Pearce Mission Station - Schoolmasters Residence'.
  20. 'Mrs Ally Smith - Mrs Julia Simpson and Ethel Simpson. Family moved to Pt Pearce when mission est. in 1868'.
  21. Group of children standing in two lines outside building.
  22. 'Norman Angie, Thomas Goldsmith, James Goldsmith, William Williams, Warrior Wanganeen'. Twelve Australian Aboriginal children holding flags and signs with names of different countries.
  23. 'James Phillips of Point Pearce Mission. The last man of the Adelaide Tribe, he died in the Adelaide Hospital from pneumonia in 1890. (died 1897, 24th feb)'.
  24. 'Alice Buckskin 2.9.1890'
  25. Photograph of 'Fund Raising 1914-18 War' with 'Thomas Goldsmith, Benjamin Wanganeen, Fred Warrior, Norman Angie, William Williams, James Goldsmith, Ted Edwards'.
  26. 'Roy Graham 2/10 Battalion A.I.F. Service: England, Middle East, Pacific Islands'.
  27. 'Cecil Graham' (See SAMA981).
  28. 'Jenny & Tommy Holmes'. This item was previously identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 3258.
  29. 'Timothy Hughes' dressed in military uniform.
  30. 'Mrs Ella Buckskin, daughter Laura now Mrs Agius'.
  31. 'Natives Yarding Sheep at Point Pierce [Pearce] Mission Station. - (By Mr. Finlayson.)'
  32. 'Young Students' at 'Point Pearce Mission' with Australian and British flags.
  33. 'Pt Pearce School 1860'.
  34. 'Poonindie via Port Lincoln 1850'.

Tindale Tribes: Narangga.

  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/9
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring album
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/9
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/10

Photographs and other illustrations from Point Pearce, Wauraltee and Wardang Island.

 

This item contains 46 historical photographs from Point Pearce (SA), Wauraltee (SA) and Wardang Island (SA). Some of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. Map of 'Point Pearce Mission Station showing Wauraltee, Wardang Island and Main Station'.
  2. 'General Plan of the Point Pearce Mission Station Village'.
  3. Portrait of 'H.R. Hancock'.
  4. Portrait of 'Dr. J. H. G. Drummond, Trustee'.
  5. Portrait of 'Francis Garnett, Superintendent'.
  6. Portrait of 'F. J. Gillen (See AA108), Trustee'.
  7. Portrait of 'Malachi Deeble'.
  8. Portrait of 'T. M. Sutton, Superintendent'.
  9. Portrait of 'JNO Symons'.
  10. Portrait of 'J. R. Corpe'.
  11. Portrait of 'C. F. G. Heinrich'.
  12. Portrait of 'B. Lathern, Superintendent'.
  13. Portrait of 'JOS. Jolly, Trustee'.
  14. Portrait of 'J. W. Hughes'.
  15. Portrait of 'S. Lathern'.
  16. Portrait of 'S. R. Page, Hon, Secretary'.
  17. Portrait of 'R. Burden'.
  18. Portrait of 'H. Lipson Hancock'.
  19. Portrait of 'Rev. J. B. Stephenson'.
  20. Portrait of 'E. H. Derrington'.
  21. 'The jetty on the mainland', with rocks in the foreground and two boats on the right side of the jetty.
  22. 'View of mission in 1880', in the distance there are buildings and unidentified people and in the foreground there is a horse drawn cart, cows and a man.
  23. 'A street view' with stone buildings towards right side of street.
  24. 'A school house and shelter shed', with a group of school children standing beside the shelter shed.
  25. 'Native cottages of recent structure'.
  26. 'The mission as it appeared in 1880'.
  27. 'Threshing on the station', horse drawn cart pulling man and bales of hay, with three men standing with the bales.
  28. 'One of the caves on the north-west end of Warding Island'.
  29. 'Carting the wool to market'.
  30. 'The first pumping station, midway between Soakage Well and Homestead'.
  31. 'The stables and stockyard'.
  32. 'The landing stage at Wardang Island'.
  33. 'The piggery'.
  34. 'Main storage and tower tanks for reticulating the whole of the mission paddocks'.
  35. 'Four generations', of Australian Aboriginal people, two women sitting on chairs. One woman is holding a baby and there are two men standing on the left side of each woman. Possibly the daughter and son in law of Robert Wanganeen.
  36. 'Alf Hughes', 'The shepherd and his flock'.
  37. 'Shearing shed at Warding Island'.
  38. 'Reaping on the station'.
  39. 'As it is to-day, showing homestead, church and store'.
  40. 'Shearers at "Spell-oh"'.
  41. Six men from the 'Narranga [Narangga] Tribal Group'.
  42. 'Soakage well on seashore, whence the Station's water supply is drawn'.
  43. 'The transport boat "Narrunga" "En Route" to Wardang Island'.
  44. 'Mission huts in 1868'.
  45. 'The mission in 1912'.
  46. 'Artie, Harold, Cecil(?) Weetras'.

Tindale Tribes: Narangga.

  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/10
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring album
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/10
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/11

Photographs and other illustrations from Victor Harbour, Port Lincoln, Ooldea, Nobonob district (Papua New Guinnea), Kratke Ranges, Mt Margaret Mission, Glossop and Pt Pearce.

 

This item contains 80 historical photographs from Victor Harbour (SA), Port Lincoln (SA), Ooldea (SA), Nobonob district (Papua New Guinea), Kratke Ranges (Papua New Guinea), Mt Margaret Mission (WA), Glossop (River Murray) and Point Pearce(SA). Some of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. Australian Aboriginal man standing in water.
  2. 'Aboriginals, Victor Harbour, S.A'.
  3. 'Jennie and Nellie, Port Lincoln 1898'.
  4. View of river.
  5. View of river.
  6. Construction of school or house.
  7. Construction of school or house.
  8. Construction of school or house.
  9. Newspaper article from 'The Chronicle' in 1940 with four portraits of Australian Aboriginal people from Ooldea.
  10. 'Steve Dodd' showing three children a boomerang.
  11. 'Janice Wilson, Miranda Campbell, H. Campbell, Sir John Cleland (See AA60), Mr Pearson M.A.A'.
  12. 'Pingibana' from 'Dieri tribe'.
  13. Sail boat flying British flag.
  14. 'Charles Angie'.
  15. 'Walby & Myra Watson, Ooldea'.
  16. 'Most of the Famous Nanya "Tribe"'.
  17. Group of seven boys wearing hats.
  18. Group of Australian Aboriginal people standing in front of water tanks.
  19. 'M.R. Lamshed. Aust - Aboriginal People'.
  20. 'Afternoon service at opening of NobBonob Church'
  21. 'School in Nobonob district'.
  22. 'School in Nobonob district'.
  23. 'Rev. Schuletz with helpers'.
  24. 'A Christian family at Nobonob'.
  25. 'Bride and bridegroom, Amele'.
  26. 'Christian family along the Azerans'.
  27. 'Gazup tribesmen from the Kratke Ranges'.
  28. 'Opening of new church at Nobonob'.
  29. 'Baptism at Silbob'.
  30. 'Elders in front of new Ragetta church'.
  31. 'Ragetta church and members'.
  32. 'Mt Margaret Mission. W.A. 1938'.
  33. 'Aboriginal camp W.A.' Group of Australian Aboriginal people with shelter in background.
  34. Family portrait.
  35. Portrait of unidentified man.
  36. Family portrait.
  37. Portrait of 'Phillip Sumner'.
  38. Portrait of unidentified man wearing top hat, long coat and a walking stick.
  39. Portrait of unidentified man.
  40. Portrait of unidentified nun.
  41. Portrait of unidentified nun.
  42. Portrait of unidentified nun.
  43. 'Ooldea - closing of the Mission - June 24, 1952'.
  44. Receiving rations during time of drought.
  45. Group of Australian Aboriginal people sitting on ground, two have Hessian bags on their heads.
  46. Australian Aboriginal woman holding child with two children on her right side standing near shelter.
  47. '"Urilkba" the great begger'.
  48. 'Receiving their weekly tea-ration'.
  49. Two women standing on veranda behind picket fence.
  50. 'In the school ground playing "house"'.
  51. Two Australian Aboriginal men at well.
  52. Two Australian Aboriginal men at well.
  53. Five women with dogs outside.
  54. Children with older man, possibly teacher.
  55. Six young men with spears.
  56. Group of Australian Aboriginal people with motor car in background.
  57. Group of Australian Aboriginal children.
  58. Group outside a shelter.
  59. Man smoking a pipe.
  60. Man sitting down with two officials standing next to him.
  61. Baby, "Mountford".
  62. Two kookaburras.
  63. 'Young man showing mourning marks after a death'.
  64. 'Home of Mr & Mrs Ron. Kite. Glossop. River Murray. January 1962'. 'Picture taken by Rev. M.V. Norman. Berri'.
  65. 'Home of Mr & Mrs Ron. Kite. Glossop. River Murray'.
  66. 'A Barbados Couple'.
  67. 'Welshwoman at tea'.
  68. 'Gilbert Hunter' with 'COOL MAN COOL' written on the back of the photograph.
  69. Building at Point Pearce surrounded by picket fence.
  70. Row of cottages at Pt Pearce.
  71. 'Fred Aquils [??], Susie Hughes, Ruth Wanganeen'.
  72. From left to right; 'Grace Chester[??], Willie Williams, Edie Wilson'. The two women either side of Willie Williams are wearing nurses uniforms, and Willie Williams has his arm in a sling as he sits in a chair covered by a rug.
  73. Two unidentified children playing on swing.
  74. 'Ruth Wanganeen' in wedding dress.
  75. Illustration of 'Drying a dead body'.
  76. Illustration of 'Camp - Aboriginal', with eight men and women gathered by shelter.
  77. Illustration of 'Interior of Native Hut'.
  78. Illustration of 'Native Inquest'.
  79. Illustration of 'Corroberee'.
  80. Photograph of 'Superintendent's Residence, 1874'.

Tindale Tribes: Dieri; Danggali.

  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/11
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring album
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/11
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/12

Photographs obtained by Angas from the Taplin collection

 

This item contains 10 copies of historical photographic portraits from the Taplin (See AA319) collection obtained by Angas. Almost all of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. Portrait of 'Pompey Jackson b. 1851. date of marriage 13.6.1872. wife Preitul b. 1855'.
  2. Portrait of 'Elizabeth Proctor born December 1857. married Henry Lambert (name now changed to LAMPARD) on 13/6/1872 by Rev. G. Taplin, Point McLeay'.
  3. Portrait of 'Pethuenunkan'.
  4. Portrait of 'Wuntinyeri'.
  5. Portrait of 'Nahkaminyeri [??] Campbell'.
  6. Portrait of 'poss Bessie Campbell (S.H)'.
  7. Portrait of 'Christina Koolmatere'.
  8. Portrait of 'Harry Wilkins'.
  9. Portrait of 'Christine Oliver'.
  10. Portrait of 'Charlotte Laelinyeri'.
  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/12
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring album
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/12
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/13

Photographs and other illustrations from Pt Pearce, Pt McLeay and Mildura.

 

This item contains 115 photographs and other illustrations from Pt Pearce, Pt McLeay and Mildura. Almost all of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. Large group of people standing outside a building with three cars in the background. Notes accompanying this photograph read 'Baroota', 'Ranulocky', 'Ranyalocki', 'Bailpularrt [?] Soloman', 'JFW Schurmann, Emily Whitehead', 'Reminyeri', 'William McHughes'.
  2. 'Albert Karloan, Manangki Clan, Jaraldi Tribe'.
  3. Lewis Adams standing behind five horses.
  4. 'May Karpeny's children'.
  5. Unidentified woman holding a new born baby sitting in the doorway with an unidentified man standing outside.
  6. 'Millan Mack & family, World War I'. Thirteen women and children with a man dressed in military uniform in the background.
  7. 'Karpeny Family, L to R. George / Ken / Bill. Emanual. Mrs Janet Smith (Karpeny) (standing). Mrs Sarah Cameron (Karpeny) sitting'.
  8. Unidentified man and woman wearing a bridal gown.
  9. 'Hazel Goldsmith, Susan Hughes, Nina Williams, Jane Williams, Veana [?] Warrior [?], Pt Pearce'.
  10. 'Lionel Rose'.
  11. 'World War II', Group of Australian Aboriginal men.
  12. 'Ruby Richards' playing the piano accordion.
  13. Two men in a boat.
  14. Portrait of 'Archie Cameron'.
  15. Woman sitting on chair with a kangaroo by her side.
  16. Cemetery
  17. Three adults with two children standing in front of a caravan.
  18. Five adults, one of the adults is holding a child and two children are standing in front of them. The people are standing in front of a caravan.
  19. Two elderly women resting against an access ramp.
  20. Woman nursing a young child.
  21. Woman holding a child with another child standing on the right.
  22. Girl standing in front of a magnolia tree.
  23. Man working in a cabbage patch.
  24. Two dogs.
  25. Two people standing in front of a caravan.
  26. Woman sitting down in a caravan.
  27. Woman standing with three children.
  28. Two women in a garden.
  29. Young woman posing with a microscope.
  30. Three people standing in a garden.
  31. Three woman with a young child.
  32. Two women.
  33. Woman standing in front of a tree.
  34. Woman bending down to a pat dog.
  35. Woman sitting in a patch of cabbages
  36. 'Mum and Rolland'.
  37. Rows of tulips
  38. Rows of tulips.
  39. Person standing in front of a fence with two buildings behind the fence.
  40. Woman sitting at a desk.
  41. Woman sitting at a desk.
  42. Five children standing in a row. The child in the middle has a cardboard box over his head with eyes and nose holes cut out. This photograph has the numbers '2836' written on the back.
  43. A child sitting on grass. This photograph has 'D273' on the back.
  44. Young woman dressed in white standing beside a white cat.
  45. Girl wearing a white coat standing beside a table with a two tiered cake on it.
  46. Two women with a building in background.
  47. Sixtieth wedding anniversary invitation for 'Mr and Mrs Cecil Graham (See SAMA981)'.
  48. 'Mary & Kevin Graham'
  49. Memoriam card for 'Cecil Wallace (Oorie) Graham)'.
  50. Eight Australian Aboriginal boys holding plates in the air. 'Clean Plates at Mapoon_ Ms Ray (??) Whelland inspecting the plates after the mid-day meal'.
  51. Cliffs along the rivers edge.
  52. House along rivers edge.
  53. Reflections of trees over water.
  54. House along rivers edge.
  55. Cliffs along rivers edge.
  56. Cliffs along rivers edge.
  57. Reflection of trees over rivers edge.
  58. Newspaper clipping of 'Young People Entertain'.
  59. Men carrying goods up from the waters edge.
  60. Five people leaning over a fence in front of a house. 'Mr. George Tongerie and family (S.A.)'. On the back is 'Francis Roberts, Australian Champion and Olympic Boxer (N.S.W.)'.
  61. Hand painted card with 'Mulukuya' written on the front. 'The design on this card is the original work of a full-blooded aboriginal girl of the Ernabella Mission, Central Australia'.
  62. Invitation to 'The Kundat Jaru Mob A Photographic Exhibition by Jon Rhodes'.
  63. Horse drawn cart near a wood pile
  64. Christmas card from 'Elliot & Family'.
  65. Two boats resting against the shoreline in the water with a house on the land in the background.
  66. Woman with three children
  67. Group of Australian Aboriginal women. Two women are sitting at a table with a non-Aboriginal man.
  68. 'Cyril Wanganeen' and 'Mrs Wanganeen'.
  69. 'Judith Lovegrove'.
  70. Group of men all wearing green shirts, 'Yatala'. Notes accompanying photograph read 'Roughton Mc Rae / Johnathon Rigney / James Koolmatrie / Joe Koolmatrie / Owen Rankine / Leon Harradine'.
  71. 'Jack Long, Pt Pearce. Died when aged approximately 110 years'.
  72. 'Pt McLeay Landing'.
  73. Woman wearing a floral dress with long socks.
  74. Woman holding a child in front of car.
  75. Child sitting on the bonnet of a car, resting arms on a man and a woman.
  76. Steam train engine
  77. Double decker bus 'School Special'.
  78. Man holding a young child.
  79. Girl sitting on a chair holding a baby with a boy standing beside the chair. There is a red car in the background with a NSW licence plate starting with the letters ATJ.
  80. Girl sitting on a chair holding a baby with a boy and a woman standing up beside the chair. There is a red car in the background and two girls with a dog in the foreground.
  81. Two women, a child and one woman holding baby in front of a red car.
  82. Two people sitting on a car with another woman standing beside the car.
  83. Woman with two children.
  84. Two children sitting on grass with a caravan and silos in the background. Notes accompanying this photograph read 'To Nanna Love from Granddaughters Dorothy & Patricia'.
  85. Woman standing beside a car.
  86. Child leaning out of a car window.
  87. Child sitting on car bonnet. There is a date on the back of the photograph of '8.2.72'.
  88. Child standing in shallow water with people in the water in the distance.
  89. Woman wearing bathers sitting in the front seat of a car with a young girl in the back seat.
  90. Woman wearing bathers sitting in the front seat of a car.
  91. Woman wearing bathers sitting on a car bonnet.
  92. Five children in front of a sign that reads 'FRANK DAV, LOCAL LONGDISTANCE'.
  93. Three adults and two children standing in front of a car.
  94. Woman holding a child standing in front of a car.
  95. Woman holding a child standing in front of a car.
  96. Group of three people standing in front of a car, one person is holding a dog.
  97. Two people standing in front of a car with a dog by their side.
  98. Three people standing in front of a car with a dog by their side.
  99. Girl standing in a garden.
  100. 'Dodge' car with the licence plate 'GWT337'.
  101. Group of three people with a woman standing towards the right side.
  102. Group of six people.
  103. Group of six people.
  104. Woman standing in front of the Mildura Fire Station.
  105. Three people standing beside a car and caravan.
  106. Woman sitting on a car with a caravan next to it.
  107. Two people holding the hands of two children with a group of people in the background.
  108. Two children in a push chair with one child standing next to it. There are three cars in the background, one has wedding ribbons on the windscreen. Transcriptions on the back of the photograph read 'Happy Birthday Wendy, From Andrew Daniel & ??? taken 7-4-66'.
  109. Group of three people standing in a garden.
  110. Woman and three children wearing school uniforms, standing in a garden.
  111. Woman and two children standing in a garden.
  112. Four people with one child in a garden.
  113. Two people with one child in the middle of them.
  114. Woman standing with a girl wearing a school uniform.
  115. Portrait of two boys with notes accompanying the photograph reading 'taken on River Torrens - not the best'.

Tindale Tribes: Jarildekald.

  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/13
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring album
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/13
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/14

Photographs and other illustrations from Middleton, River Murray, Point Pearce, Point McLeay and Yaruman.

 

This item contains 34 photographs and other illustrations from Middleton (SA), River Murray (SA), Point Pearce (SA), Point McLeay (SA) and Yaruman (WA). Almost all of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. Portrait of baby girl. Notes accompanying photograph read 'To Nona [Nana?] With love from your great grand daughter Narine'
  2. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman and child wearing possum or kangaroo skin cloaks.
  3. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal man kneeling down in shallow water. He is holding the rope of a Hessian bag in his mouth while he collects items from the shallow water.
  4. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man resting against fence.
  5. Two women by shelter at 'Middleton, S.A.'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 2352. Notes accompanying this photograph read '(V.R.Padman 1907.) H.L.Sheero'.
  6. 'Timothy Williams'.
  7. Group of unidentified Australian Aboriginal people with shelter in background.
  8. Three people and a dog outside a shelter. Notes accompanying this photograph read 'AA 402 (Ramsay Smith, see AA263) Neg 1116'.
  9. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman standing in front of a stone building with a child slung over her back and another child standing by her side.
  10. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal man wearing possum or kangaroo skin cloak.
  11. Woman kneeling down by a stone which reads 'In memory of Teenminnie. Died 29 Sept 1860. First Native Woman Convert'.
  12. Four men sitting around a table with a sound recording device and loose papers on the table. One of the men is possibly David Unaipon.
  13. Group of people at 'Grange Baptist Church'.
  14. Booklet of information on the Yaruman area with photographs from Jon Rhodes and community members. 'Kundat Jaru Mob An Exhibition of Photographs by Jon Rhodes and the Kundat Jaru Community 1986-1989 Text by Penny Taylor'.
  15. Unidentified person dressed in military uniform.
  16. Illustrations of 'Artifacts / clothing / technology of NARRINYERI Tribal group'.
  17. Four illustrations of 'South Australian Aboriginal Portraits - note skin rug. (Angas, G.F. (See AA8): South Australia, Illustrated)'. 'Milliltie, a man of the Battara Tribe', 'Tauaru, an old man of Morundee [Murundi] Tribe. River Murray', 'A man of the Milmendura Tribe, wearing a sea weed cloak', 'Poodnobummin, a Tattayarra Native'.
  18. Four illustrations of 'South Australian Aboriginal portraits - note cosmetic use of natural pigments. (Angas, G.F.: South Australia, Illustrated)'. 'Warrior of Adelaide Tribe', 'Warrior of Mt Barker', 'Pattyinni from Coorong', 'Mintalta - Coffins Bay'.
  19. Illustrations of 'River Murray bark canoe and basketry. (Angas, G.F.: South Australia, Illustrated)'.
  20. Illustrations of 'Aboriginals netting fish, Rapid Bay, South Australia. (Angas, G.F.: South Australia, Illustrated)'.
  21. Portrait of 'Dulcie Sansbury, Pt Pearce'.
  22. Portrait of 'George Rivers, Lewis Adams, Jack Stuart' of 'Pt Pearce 1880's'. 'of the Naranga [Narunga] Tribe'.
  23. Portrait of two Australian Aboriginal men. Notes accompanying this photograph suggest one man is 'Jack Buckskin' from 'Pt Pearce 1880's'.
  24. Portrait of two unidentified Australian Aboriginal children from either 'Pt Pearce' or 'Point McLeay'.
  25. Group of men out front corrugated iron building.
  26. Three people sitting out front shelter.
  27. Three Unidentified Australian Aboriginal men wearing suits standing in rose garden.
  28. Two unidentified Australian Aboriginal children.
  29. Stone cottage close to the rivers edge.
  30. Wedding photograph of two unidentified Australian Aboriginal people.
  31. Stone building at the top of a hill with no roof.
  32. 'Grandfather and Grandmother. At Thebarton'.
  33. 'War Memorial Trubruk.'
  34. 'Howard MacKay's Grave'.

Tindale Tribes: Nauo; Ngaiawang; Tanganekald; Narangga.

  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/14
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring binder
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/14
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/15

Photographs and other illustrations from Pt Pearce, Pt McLeay, Poonindie, Coorong, Alice Springs, Ernabella and Oodnadatta.

 

This album contains 26 miscellaneous photographs from Pt Pearce (SA), Pt McLeay (SA), Poonindie (SA), Coorong (SA), Alice Springs (NT), Ernabella (SA) and Oodnadatta (SA). Almost all of the photographs bear handwritten annotations. They are listed as follows:

  1. Group of six unidentified Australian Aboriginal children. The three girls in the back row are wearing striped dresses.
  2. Two 'Foster Children' standing in front of a bookshelf wearing in white clothing.
  3. Page removed from book with portrait of an unidentified Australian Aboriginal man with feathers or leaves in his hair.
  4. Australian Aboriginal 'shearers' at 'Pt Pearce'.
  5. Audrey Kinnear nee Cobby with two 'handicapped' children.
  6. Group of eleven Australian Aboriginal girls standing around piano. Notes accompanying this photograph read '1860's NARRINYERI [Ngarrindjeri]'.
  7. Page removed from book with a photograph of two 'Aboriginal Girls, Central Australia. (Photo. By R. L. M. South)'.
  8. Portrait of 'Aboriginal Tribesman', 'Tommy Walker', 1860.
  9. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman standing against a shelter. '1860's Pt McLeay. Type of dwelling which followed the wurley'. 'This picture is an example of the first moves from using traditional wurlies to creating humpies from canvas issued by the Government'.
  10. 'Poonindie Church'.
  11. 'The first FOOD DEPOT in the COORONG AREA'.
  12. Page removed from book with two photographs. One photograph is a side portrait of 'George Rankine' and the other photograph is 'Pastoral Workers who represented their workmates before Conciliation Commissioner in Perth'.
  13. Page removed from book with photograph of ten children who were under care of the 'State Children's Department'.
  14. Ten photographs of scenery, people and camels. 'Photos taken in Alice Springs & Ernabella in 1930's'.
  15. Page removed from book with photograph of 'Point Pearce Aboriginal School Children', two children holding banner that reads 'THE PATH OF DUTY LEADS TO GLORY'.
  16. Page removed from book with photograph of children at 'Oodnadatta Home. U.A.M.1930' [United Aboriginal People' Mission, see AA624].
  17. Five men standing on hay, which is on the back of a horse drawn cart. 'Farming at Pt Pleasure 1930'.
  18. Page removed from book with portrait of 'An Old Aboriginal, Far North. (Taken by R. L. M. South.)'.
  19. 'The building of a memorial to the first missionary George Taplin (See AA319).
  20. Postcard of eight men in possum or kangaroo skin cloaks. The photograph is dated 20 April 1910 to 'Mr. A Barrett' via 'Lameroo Post Office'.
  21. Portrait of unidentified Australian Aboriginal man. Notes accompanying this photograph read 'Bennett 12 m. pt Coorong near Narrung Kangaroo group (the end of them) Tanganekald ngaitje gummyshark (ngarakkani)'.
  22. Page removed from book with portrait of 'River Murray Dan, one of the last survivors of an Upper Murray tribe photographed about 1890'. Notes accompanying this photograph read 'Peter Gollan'.
  23. Page removed from book with portrait of a 'Narrinyeri' tribesman.
  24. Portrait of 'Peter Gollan'.
  25. Two men, 'Parry Sansbury' and 'Kaisen'.
  26. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman with child on her back.
  27. 'Eliza Wilson Dec 1961' sitting in shallow water.
  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/15
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap three ring binder
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/15
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/16

Photograph album with photographs from Warburton, possibly a personal album

 

This item contains 56 photographs from Warburton (Vic) and possibly other unidentified areas.

  1. Unidentified child standing with dog.
  2. Unidentified woman standing in front of a car with the licence plate 'GWT.337'.
  3. Unidentified woman and child. The child is sitting on the car bonnet.
  4. Unidentified woman and child.
  5. Unidentified woman and child.
  6. Two unidentified women with two children.
  7. Two unidentified children.
  8. Two unidentified women in front of a car with the licence plate number '19.894'.
  9. Unidentified child.
  10. Unidentified child
  11. Unidentified woman with two unidentified children.
  12. Unidentified woman with two unidentified children.
  13. Two unidentified women with two unidentified children.
  14. Unidentified woman holding child.
  15. Unidentified child.
  16. Unidentified women holding bouquet of flowers and three men wearing suits.
  17. Unidentified woman working on needlework.
  18. Unidentified man, woman and child resting against a car.
  19. Portrait of young girl. Notes on the back of this photograph read 'To Nanna love from Dixie happy nanna day age 5. year'.
  20. Unidentified woman and child.
  21. Two unidentified children
  22. Unidentified woman with two girls.
  23. Five unidentified children
  24. 'Barbara Kathryn and Jimmy'.
  25. Unidentified man sitting on a fence
  26. Man standing beside car with the licence plate 'GWT.337'
  27. Postcard of Swan Hill Folk Museum.
  28. Unidentified man standing beside caravan.
  29. Unidentified woman standing beside caravan.
  30. Three unidentified people with five children sitting on the ground.
  31. 'Julie 30.5.71 out the front (taken by Nita) at Marlene's place'.
  32. 'Julie 6.6.71 (taken by Nita) out front at Marlene's)'.
  33. Two unidentified children with a motor bike, caravan and two cars in the background.
  34. Postcard from Mildura, from 'Millie + Ron'.
  35. Unidentified child in a push chair
  36. Unidentified boy sitting on a bike.
  37. Unidentified people at a wedding. The women are wearing blue dresses and the men are wearing grey suits.
  38. School photograph from 'Warburton Adventist School Sept 28th 1967 Grades Prep & 1'
  39. School photograph from 'Adventist School Warburton, 1970 Grades 3 & 4'
  40. School photograph from 'Warburton Adventist School 1974 Forms 1 & 2'
  41. School photograph from 'Warburton Adventist School 1975 Forms 1 & 2'
  42. Unidentified woman holding a child in the front seat of a car. There is a man in the background.
  43. Two unidentified children.
  44. 'Julie Owen 4 Nov. 1970. Pt. Augusta.'
  45. 'Julie Owen 4 Nov. 1970. Pt. Augusta.'
  46. 'Mrs G. Owen Port Augusta 4th. Nov. 1970.'
  47. Two children playing on a swing set.
  48. Unidentified woman holding two dogs.
  49. Unidentified woman with pony.
  50. Unidentified boy in school uniform.
  51. Two unidentified children in front of a double decker bus. One child is riding a pony.
  52. Two unidentified children laying on a towel.
  53. Two unidentified children, one child is hanging upside down from a tree.
  54. Unidentified woman.
  55. Unidentified baby. Notes on the back of this photograph read 'To Grandma Love Marion and Patrick'.
  56. Photograph of an unidentified woman and child. The child is 'Dixie' at age two.
  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/16
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity 4 cm, 1 foolscap albox album
Formats Photographic Glass Negatives and Loose Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/16
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/17

Corresponding negatives from Series 8 to 15

 

This item contains 77 negatives of historical photographs and postcards. There are corresponding photographic prints in albums AA 676/5/8 to AA 676/5/15. They are listed as follows:

  1. Photograph negative of 'Yirrkala. N.E. Arnhem Land', aerial photograph of buildings, farmland and sand lining the edge of the water. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/8/5
  2. Photograph negative of boats in water. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/8/6
  3. Photograph negative of 'Yirrkala. N.E. Arnhem Land', crucifix centred in church with aboriginal art work either side. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/8/7
  4. Photograph negative of 'Yirrkala. N.E. Arnhem Land', three groups facing front of church, separated by two isles. There is a group of children at the front of the church in white dresses.. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/8/8
  5. Photograph negative of 'Roy Graham 2/10 Battalion A.I.F. Service: England, Middle East, Pacific Islands'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/9/26
  6. Photograph negative of 'Timothy Hughes' dressed in military uniform. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/9/29
  7. Photograph negative of map of 'Point Pearce Mission Station showing Wauraltee, Wardang Island and Main Station'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/1
  8. Photograph negative of 'General Plan of the Point Pearce Mission Station Village'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/2
  9. Photograph negative of portrait of 'H.R. Hancock'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/3
  10. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Dr. J. H. G. Drummond, Trustee'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/4
  11. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Francis Garnett, Superintendent'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/5
  12. Photograph negative of portrait of 'F. J. Gillen (See AA108), Trustee'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/6
  13. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Malachi Deeble'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/7
  14. Photograph negative of portrait of T. M. Sutton, Superintendent'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/8
  15. Photograph negative of portrait of 'JNO Symons'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/9
  16. Photograph negative of portrait of 'J. R. Corpe'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/10
  17. Photograph negative of portrait of 'C. F. G. Heinrich'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/11
  18. Photograph negative of portrait of 'B. Lathern, Superintendent'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/12
  19. Photograph negative of portrait of 'JOS. Jolly, Trustee'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/13
  20. Photograph negative of portrait of 'J. W. Hughes'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/14
  21. Photograph negative of portrait of 'S. Lathern'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/15
  22. Photograph negative of portrait of 'S. R. Page, Hon, Secretary'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/16
  23. Photograph negative of portrait of 'R. Burden'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/17
  24. Photograph negative of portrait of 'H. Lipson Hancock'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/18
  25. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Rev. J. B. Stephenson'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/19
  26. Photograph negative of portrait of 'E. H. Derrington'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/20
  27. Photograph negative of 'The jetty on the mainland', with rocks in the foreground and two boats on the right side of the jetty. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/21
  28. Photograph negative of 'View of mission in 1880', in the distance there are buildings and unidentified people and in the foreground there is a horse drawn cart, cows and a man. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/22
  29. Photograph negative of 'A street view' with stone buildings towards right side of street. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/23
  30. Photograph negative of 'A school house and shelter shed', with a group of school children standing beside the shelter shed. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/24
  31. Photograph negative of 'Native cottages of recent structure'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/25
  32. Photograph negative of 'The mission as it appeared in 1880'.The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/26
  33. Photograph negative of 'Threshing on the station', horse drawn cart pulling man and bales of hay, with three men standing with the bales. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/27
  34. Photograph negative of 'One of the caves on the north-west end of Warding Island'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/28
  35. Photograph negative of 'Carting the wool to market'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/29
  36. Photograph negative of 'The first pumping station, midway between Soakage Well and Homestead'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/30
  37. Photograph negative of 'The stables and stockyard'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/31
  38. Photograph negative of 'The landing stage at Wardang Island'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/32
  39. Photograph negative of 'The piggery'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/33
  40. Photograph negative of 'Main storage and tower tanks for reticulating the whole of the mission paddocks'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/34
  41. Photograph negative of 'Four generations', of Australian Aboriginal people, two women sitting on chairs. One woman is holding a baby and there are two men standing on the left side of each woman. Possibly the daughter and son in law of Robert Wanganeen. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/35
  42. Photograph negative of 'Alf Hughes', 'The shepherd and his flock'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/36
  43. Photograph negative of 'Shearing shed at Warding Island'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/37
  44. Photograph negative of 'Reaping on the station'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/38
  45. Photograph negative of 'As it is to-day, showing homestead, church and store'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/39
  46. Photograph negative of 'Soakage well on seashore, whence the Station's water supply is drawn'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/42
  47. Photograph negative of 'The transport boat "Narrunga" "En Route" to Wardang Island'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/43
  48. Photograph negative of 'Mission huts in 1868'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/44
  49. Photograph negative of 'The mission in 1912'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/45
  50. Photograph negative of 'Artie, Harold, Cecil(?) Weetras'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/46
  51. Photograph negative of a building at Point Pearce surrounded by picket fence. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/11/69
  52. Photograph negative of illustration of 'Drying a dead body'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/11/75
  53. Photograph negative of illustration of 'Interior of Native Hut'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/11/77
  54. Photograph negative of illustration of 'Native Inquest'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/78
  55. Photograph negative of illustration of 'Corroberee'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/11/79
  56. Photograph negative of photograph of 'Superintendent's Residence, 1874'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/11/80
  57. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Pompey Jackson b. 1851. date of marriage 13.6.1872. wife Preitul b. 1855'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/12/1
  58. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Elizabeth Proctor born December 1857. married Henry Lambert (name now changed to LAMPARD) on 13/6/1872 by Rev. G. Taplin (See AA319), Point McLeay'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/12/2
  59. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Wuntinyeri'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/12/4
  60. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Nahkaminyeri [??] Campbell'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/12/5
  61. Photograph negative of portrait of 'poss Bessie Campbell (S.H)'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/12/6
  62. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Christina Koolmatere'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/10/7
  63. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Christine Oliver'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/12/9
  64. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Charlotte Laelinyeri'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/12/10
  65. Photograph negative of portrait of 'Dulcie Sansbury, Pt Pearce'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/14/21
  66. Photograph negative of portrait of 'George Rivers, Lewis Adams, Jack Stuart' of 'Pt Pearce 1880's'. 'of the Naranga [Narunga] Tribe'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/14/22
  67. Photograph negative of portrait of two Australian Aboriginal men. Notes accompanying this photograph suggest one man is 'Jack Buckskin' from 'Pt Pearce 1880's'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/14/23
  68. Photograph negative of portrait of two unidentified Australian Aboriginal children from either 'Pt Pearce' or 'Point McLeay'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/14/24
  69. Photograph negative of group of men out front corrugated iron building. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/14/25
  70. Photograph negative of three people sitting out front shelter. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/14/26
  71. Photograph negative of three unidentified Australian Aboriginal men wearing suits standing in rose garden. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/14/27
  72. Photograph negative of two unidentified Australian Aboriginal children. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/14/28
  73. Photograph negative of stone cottage close to the rivers edge. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/14/29
  74. Photograph negative of wedding photograph of two unidentified Australian Aboriginal people. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/14/30
  75. Photograph negative of 'War Memorial Trubruk.' The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/14/33
  76. Photograph negative of group of eleven Australian Aboriginal girls standing around piano. Notes accompanying this photograph read '1860's NARRINYERI [Ngarrindjeri]'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/15/6
  77. Photograph negative of 'Poonindie Church'. The corresponding print for this negative can be located at AA 676/5/15/10
  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/17
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity 4.5 cm, 1 foolscap albox album
Formats Photographic Film Negatives
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/17
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/18

Oversized photographs from Pt McLeay

 

This box contains 13 loose photographs which are too large to fit in the foolscap albums listed previously.

  1. 'David Unaipon Exhibition photos' written on a folder which contains six photographs. Including two portraits of men, mission buildings, two groups of children and a woman and child wearing a possum or kangaroo skin cloak.
  2. Large photograph of 'Photo taken from Lovers Lane looking down onto the town'. This photograph corresponds to AA 676/5/1/2
  3. Large panoramic view of mission buildings.
  4. Mission buildings at 'Pt McLeay'.
  5. 'Schoolboys at Point Mac Leay about 1885'. Children include Wilsons, Edward Rigney, Ben Rigney, Clifford Tony Wilson and other unidentified children.
  6. Large group of unidentified people. Notes on the reverse side of this mounted photograph read 'Phillip Welsh Point MacLeay id by Clarence Long 1931. Presented by W.H. Bagot Oct. 1929'.
  7. Group of seven black and white photographs from Point McLeay. Including King Peter, mission buildings, wool washing, lovers lane, Narrung landing, shearers at Campbell house and missioner's house.
  8. Group of people standing at the headstone for 'Rev George Taplin (See AA319)'.
  9. Group of six photographs mounted on green card. 1. A group of people including Tom Whympe, Bill Kropinyeri, Jack Finke, Katie Finke, John Lovegrove 2. Group of Aboriginal people at Edithburg on the Yorke Peninsula 3. An Aboriginal man with two dogs at Yorke Peninsula 4. Peter Campbell and his grandson Tarapa in ceremonial dress at Goolwa [SA] c1907 5.Ted Rankine in ceremonial dress at Goolwa [SA] c1907 and 6. A group of Aboriginal people in ceremonial dress at Goolwa c1907 [SA].
  10. Black and white portrait of two women and a child. Notes on the reverse side of this photograph read 'Sumner', 'Harris', 'Gibson' and 'Koolmatrie'.
  11. 'Painting by Mark Wilson 1880' of 'Lake Alexandrina bark canoe + sail'.
  12. Photograph of rock art.
  13. Colour portrait of two unidentified children.
  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/18
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity 44 cm, 1 archive box with loose photographs
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/18
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/19

Photographs from South Australia, Northern Territory, Western Australia and Queensland.

 

This item contains 361 photographs contained within the original album. The album has references to Point McLeay (SA), Point Pearce (SA), Glossop (SA), Musgrave Ranges (SA), The Granites (SA), Cordillo Downs (SA), Flinders Ranges (SA), Mann Ranges (SA, NT), Ooldea (SA), Oodnadatta (SA), Ernabella (SA), Warburton Ranges (SA), Finniss Springs (SA), Gosse Range Station (SA), Quorn (SA), Victor Harbour (SA), Grange (SA), Killalpaninna (SA), Swan Reach (SA), Berri (SA), Arnhem Land (NT), Sandover Creek (NT), Mount Liebig (NT), Hermannsburg (NT), Port Darwin (NT), Oenpelli Station (NT), Macdonnell Ranges (NT), Alice Springs (NT), Hale River (NT), Tanami (NT), Cockatoo Creek, Roper River (NT), Goulburn Island (NT), Crocker Island (NT), Tennant Creek (NT), Finke River (NT), Elcho Island (NT), New Norcia Mission (WA), Kunmunya Mission Station (WA), Mount Margaret Mission (WA) and Mapoon Mission (QLD). Some of the images bear typed annotations.

  1. Group of unidentified children.
  2. Man smoking a pipe
  3. Two unidentified men
  4. Two unidentified men with ornaments
  5. Group of unidentified men
  6. Unidentified man
  7. Unidentified man
  8. 'Pt McLeay Church Memorial Window'.
  9. Group of adults and children gathered around a car.
  10. Group of unidentified women and children
  11. Group of unidentified men in traditional dress
  12. Group of children with Rev. Sexton standing behind the group.
  13. Group of people in white clothing standing in front of church
  14. Two girls, Innes Dodd is at the front. The woman at the back is unidentified.
  15. Map of Australia with missions marked on it.
  16. Woman with a child on her back
  17. Group of people in traditional dress
  18. 'A Native Spearing Fish - Arnhem Land'
  19. Spotted eggs on the ground
  20. 'The Guardian of the Emu Totem, Central Australia'.
  21. Blue tounge lizard
  22. 'Making Baskets Pt. McLeay'.
  23. Group of unidentified men
  24. Warning this photograph may be restricted, illustration of possible ceremony
  25. 'Australia Calling'
  26. Unidentified object
  27. 'Jubilee Pt McLeay'
  28. 'David Unaipon, full-blooded native Narrinyeri Tribe and spokesman for the Aboriginal People'.
  29. 'David Unaipon, Orator'.
  30. David Unaipon
  31. 'David Unaipon, Native Advocate, S.A.'
  32. 'David Unaipon in a New Role as Cathedral Preacher'
  33. 'A native youth from the Musgrave Ranges'
  34. 'A native chief of the Luritja tribe, Musgrave Ranges'.
  35. 'An old man of the tribe'.
  36. 'Native of Central Australia'.
  37. 'Warrior of the Wilds, Sandover Creek'.
  38. 'Alf Cameron, Farmer'.
  39. 'Aboriginal of The Granites North Australia'.
  40. 'Albert Namatjira (See AA229)'
  41. 'George Rankine, Artisan'.
  42. 'Native Cent. Aust.'
  43. 'Pointing the bone'.
  44. 'A Central Australian Native. Note the Chignon'.
  45. 'Parana, The old rain maker at Cordillo Downs'.
  46. 'Mark Wilson, Philosopher'.
  47. 'An old Native of the Kuyari Tribe, Flinders Range, South Australia'.
  48. 'Harold Kropinyeri, Local Preacher'.
  49. 'James Noble, Clergyman Queensland'.
  50. 'Native boy drinking water from a coolimon'.
  51. 'Jimmy James, Tracker'.
  52. 'An aboriginal at Mount Liebig, sharpening his spear for a hunting expredition'.
  53. 'An old-timer, with well-worn trousers'.
  54. 'Blackfellow, Mann Ranges'.
  55. 'A profile view of a young native man just initiated with headgear complete. Taken at Ooldea, By H. Green (See AA113)'.
  56. 'Nose Bone as worn by the Aboriginal People'.
  57. 'Aboriginal Using His Spear'.
  58. 'Native Art: Aboriginal with Snake Decoration on his body'.
  59. Warning this photograph may be restricted, 'an Aboriginal in Full Regalia for the Corroboree'.
  60. 'A Central Australian Native'.
  61. 'Throwing the Boomerang'.
  62. 'Replenishing the Native Larder. "News" Photo'.
  63. 'A Black Tracker. The natives are masters in the art of tracking. "News" Photo. Jimmy James (See AA1) Native Name Mitamirri'.
  64. 'Doug. Nicholls, Sportsman'.
  65. 'Mark Wilson. Native leader educated and trained by the A.F.A. at Point McLeay'.
  66. 'Seeking for Game in the Musgrave Country'.
  67. 'Near Todmorden Station, Loritja black with emu on his head, ready cooked for eating'.
  68. 'Blind Moses, Evangelist'.
  69. 'The Water of Life. Native drinking from a rock hole, Central Australia'.
  70. 'The Native Woman as a Cameleer'.
  71. 'Peterman Native Carrying Emu'.
  72. 'Carved Work by Natives on East-West Line'.
  73. 'Micky Dow Dow'.
  74. Unidentified woman smoking a pipe.
  75. 'Native Woman in Full Regalia'.
  76. 'Native Woman, Ooldea'.
  77. 'Rev. George Taplin (See AA319) Missionary Teacher and Linguist'.
  78. Warning this photograph may be restricted, 'Ernabella Native Decorated for a Ceremony'.
  79. 'Aboriginal of the Narrinyeri Tribe'.
  80. 'Cockling on the Coorong'.
  81. 'Native Narrinyeri Tribe'.
  82. 'Joseph Koolmateri'.
  83. 'James Unaipon'.
  84. 'Albert Namatjira'.
  85. 'A snapshot of Mark Wilson'.
  86. 'Aboriginal outside Wurlie Pt. McLeay 1890.
  87. 'Native Warriors, Central Australia'.
  88. 'A tribe of blacks who gave the Duke of Gloucester a rousing reception at Ooldea'.
  89. 'A call of the wild'.
  90. 'A Northen Territory Native with Ornaments'.
  91. 'Typical stone age Aboriginal People'.
  92. 'A unique conference on aboriginal problems was held at the City Mission, Adelaide, recently between the Secretary of the Aboriginal People' Friends' Association (Rev. J.H. Sexton) and three leading Aboriginal People, David Unaipon, a full-blood and chief of the Warrawaldi tribe; and Mark Wilson and George Rankine, two half-castes'.
  93. 'Natives in training for military service. The Aboriginal People played a worthy part in the defence of Australia'.
  94. Warning this photograph may be restricted, 'Natives Decorated for a Corroboree Ceremonial'.
  95. 'Natives Receving Rations, Oodnadatta'.
  96. 'Natives in the Far North'.
  97. 'A very striking photograph of the late Alfred Taylor, a most intelligent aboriginal of the New Norcia Mission, Western Australia, and his descendants.He is here shown with his wife, children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren'.
  98. 'Mr Kramer & Children'
  99. 'Illbilla Natives, Central Australia'.
  100. 'Native Prisoners'.
  101. 'Arnhem Land Aboriginal People'.
  102. 'Young Aboriginal People learning to make weapons. They soon become skilful in the use of them'.
  103. 'Board of Enquiry Cent. Aust.'
  104. 'At Napperby Station. A typical stockboym lubra and piccaninny'.
  105. 'Mother has gone a-hunting, leaving Dad to look after the children'.
  106. 'Hunting'.
  107. 'Hermannsburg Water Colour Artists, Albert Namajira, watched by two old men while painting at Haast's Bluff, Central Australia'.
  108. Warning this photograph may be restricted, 'Preparing Felting for Kurdaitya [Kurdaitcha] Shoes, Ernabella'.
  109. 'Natives in Warburton Range in Search of Food'.
  110. Warning this photograph may be restricted, 'Aboriginal People from Mount Liebig decorated with ceremonial designs on their bodies'.
  111. Warning this photograph may be restricted, 'Mt. Liebig Aboriginal People Preparing for Kangaroo Ceremony'.
  112. Warning this photograph may be restricted, 'A Native Corroboree, Warburton Ranges'.
  113. 'Three natives from Peterman Ranges'.
  114. '"The Walk-about," Northern Territory Natives'.
  115. 'Natives at Ooldea with their missionary (Mr. H. E. Green)'.
  116. 'Primitive conditions still exist among the Aboriginal People. An aboriginal family group photographed in the reserves'.
  117. 'Mr Sexton addressing natives'.
  118. 'Awaiting Xmas Cheer Cent Aust.'
  119. 'The joy of Christmas. Mr. Kramer distributing Christmas Cheer to native boys and girls in Central Australia'.
  120. 'Milingimbi Native Boys at Port Darwin'.
  121. 'Family Group'.
  122. 'Fine Outback Types of Aboriginal People at Oenpelli Station'.
  123. 'Young warrior (Ilpirra tribe), lubra, and family'.
  124. 'Group at Hermannsburg Mission Station, Macdonnell Ranges'.
  125. 'An Aranda family, McDonnell Ranges'.
  126. 'Group of Native Men, Alice Springs'.
  127. 'The Headmen of Hale River'.
  128. 'Glimpse of Natives in the Reserves'.
  129. 'Warriors in Central Australia'.
  130. 'Group of warriors from tribes to the west of Hermannsburg, Central Australia'.
  131. 'Types of Natives 100 miles west of Oodnadatta'.
  132. 'At Horeshoe Bend. Gathering of Natives'.
  133. 'Typical Aboriginal Stockmen of the Interior'.
  134. 'Aboriginal People Gathered in the Wilds'.
  135. 'The United Aboriginal People (See AA624)' New mission at Finniss Springs'.
  136. 'Two Typical Men of the Loritja Tribe'.
  137. 'Natives assembled at Alice Springs for Christmas presents. The men sitting in one group, the women in another'.
  138. 'The Head Man, "Napperby Billy," and his family. His word is law'.
  139. 'A Group of Yumu Tribesmen at Gosse Range Station'.
  140. 'Blind man at Schabers, 30 miles north of Arltunga. His lubra posing for this photograph'.
  141. 'Micky Dow Dow, a goat shepherd, who was one of the Mr. Kramer's most faithful helpers in carrying on his mission work at Alice Springs'.
  142. 'Group at Plenty River, 22 miles east of Macdonnell Ranges'.
  143. 'Mr. Kramer is seen coming with his camel team. A welcome awaits him'.
  144. 'Ilpirra Tribe, Ruling Elders. The head dress signifies kingship and authority'.
  145. 'An aboriginal family in a bark canoe, North Australia'.
  146. Warning this photograph may be restricted, 'Dog Corroboree. Central Australia'.
  147. '"The Walk-about." Natives on the march'.
  148. 'Cooper Town. Aboriginal Camp, Alice Springs'.
  149. '"Old People's Homes". Two large wurleys erected at Alice Springs for sheltering old, sick, infirm and blind natives'.
  150. 'Christmas Gathering of men, Alice Springs'.
  151. 'Waterhole near Mount Stuart, from which Ilpirra natives draw supplies'.
  152. 'Just Married! Off for the honeymoon'.
  153. 'Rev. J.H. Sexton & David Unaipon'.
  154. 'Natives imitating birds'.
  155. 'Two Tribes assembled near Alice Springs for fighting purposes'.
  156. 'Blackboys rounding up horses on a Far Northern Station'.
  157. 'Native Children, Central Australia'.
  158. Group of unidentified people.
  159. 'Group of Hale River Soak Natives'.
  160. 'The skeleton of the building erected for the half-caste children at Jay Creek. Water has now been struck at Temple Bar and the Children's Home will be located there'.
  161. 'Meeting of Aranda and Ilpirra natives, Woodforde Crossing'.
  162. 'Mrs. Stanley teacher, Mr. Kramer and group of white and half-caste children at Alice Springs'.
  163. 'Photo of Natives in the Mann Ranges'.
  164. 'Hermansburg. General View of the Mission Station'.
  165. 'Waiting for the Mails'.
  166. 'Pt. McLeay Church 1896'.
  167. 'In camp Pt.McLeay 1890'.
  168. 'School Pt. McLeay 1890'.
  169. 'Tailing Lambs'.
  170. 'Native Family'.
  171. 'Gardening Pt. McLeay 1896'.
  172. '1920 Mrs Stanley, Mr Kramer & CH Alice Sp'.
  173. 'Rev. Ged. Taplin (See AA319) & Native Boy 1871 (David Lealinyeri)'.
  174. 'Aboriginal People brought to Quorn to take part in the production of the film, Bitter Springs. They are here listening to a radio session over a portable radio belonging to Mr J. Barrett, of the Ooldea Mission'.
  175. 'Fine types of Australian Aboriginal people, carrying weapons and marching in proper order through the bush'.
  176. 'Unveiling Taplin memorial Pt. McLeay 1950'.
  177. 'Ooldea Mission June 24th 1952'.
  178. 'Mr. Ephraim Tripp and his wife and family in their new house at Victor Harbour'.
  179. 'Some of the erstwhile Ooldea natives brought up from the Yalata for the unveiling of the Daisy Bates (See AA23) Memorial in November'.
  180. 'Lady Mayoress of Adelaide (Mrs. J.S. Philps), who distributed Christmas gifts at Estcourt House, Grange, showing a spaceman to aboriginal patients out of their Christmas stocking'.
  181. 'A six year old aboriginal boy with both legs in plaster. He is Colin Mc Donald and was flown down from Alice Springs for treatment at the Adelaide Children's Hospital, before going to Warrawee Home at Grange'.
  182. Unidentified woman.
  183. 'A Real Australian Smile'.
  184. 'A group of half-caste girls who conduct their own laundry on a profit-sharing basis'.
  185. 'Types of native women in Central Australia'.
  186. 'Natives love dogs and apparently cannot have too many'.
  187. 'Native Women Preparing Food'
  188. 'Boys are Taught to Work at Kunmunya Mission Station, W.A.'
  189. 'Mount Margaret Mission, W.A. Mrs. M. M. Bennett, with an assistant, teaching the native children'.
  190. 'Afghan camp in the far north'.
  191. 'Bush Children arrived at Ooldea Mission'.
  192. 'Bush Natives arrived at Ooldea Mission'.
  193. 'Girls at Ooldea Mission Children's Home'.
  194. 'Spinifex Natives, East-West Line'.
  195. Group of unidentified people.
  196. 'The arrival of the East-West Express tram at Ooldea'.
  197. 'Native Girls Pt. McLeay'.
  198. 'A Group of Half-caste Children'.
  199. 'Native Women and Children at Tanami, Northern Territory'.
  200. 'Natives at Middleton Ponds. The central girl is a quadroon'.
  201. 'In the Warburton Ranges. Mother grinding native seed for food'.
  202. 'Native Boys and Girls at Bond Springs'.
  203. 'Cockatoo Creek, Central Australia. Women and children digging yelka bulbs for food purposes'.
  204. Unidentified Australian Aboriginal boy.
  205. 'Native Hut, Hermannsburg'.
  206. 'Aranda Children'
  207. 'Native children at Roper River, North Australia, in their new Christmas dresses. These children are receiving training and instruction ini the Bible by C.M.S. Missionaries'.
  208. 'Photo of native mothers and piccaninnies at Hermannsburg'.
  209. 'Milkers, Hermannsburg Mission Station'.
  210. 'The Touch of Civilisation. Native children, Killalpaninna'.
  211. 'Native women doing fancy needlework'.
  212. 'Photo taken in the S.A. northern reserve. It shows that the native women are beginning to wear clothing through coming into contact with civilization'.
  213. 'Native Boys and Girls at Swan Reach with their Teacher, Mrs. Wyld'.
  214. 'Native mothers from the wilds posing for a photograph'.
  215. 'Native Women, Alice Springs'.
  216. 'Half-Caste Women's Sewing Guild, Alice Springs'.
  217. 'A Sunday School gathering at Cockatoo Creek, Northern Australia'.
  218. 'Native Camp Children, Ooldea'.
  219. 'Senior Girls at a Mission School'.
  220. 'Typical Aranda Women, Hermannsburg'.
  221. 'Native mothers and children. Taken outside store, Alice Springs'.
  222. 'David, Orphan, Cared for from Two Months Old in Home, Ooldea'.
  223. 'S.A. Chief Protector (Mr. M. T. McLean) and Native Children at Point Pearce Station'.
  224. 'Natives love dogs and apparently cannot have too many'.
  225. 'School Children, Point Pearce'.
  226. 'Tennant Creek lubra, dog, and piccaninny'.
  227. 'The Dormitory Children at Mapoon Mission, Queensland'.
  228. 'Under the Great Taskmatster's Eye' Native children at school at Hermannsburg'.
  229. 'A Group of Aranda Girls'.
  230. 'Scene in the dormitory, Point McLeay'.
  231. 'Point Pearce State School'.
  232. 'Native Women'.
  233. '(Pt McLeay) Lola. Dodd now Sumner'.
  234. 'Native Children, Narrinyeri Tribe'.
  235. 'Piccaninnies'
  236. 'Woodwork, Point McLeay'.
  237. 'State School, Point McLeay. Photo W.T. Lawrie'.
  238. 'Music hath charms. Native Fife and Drum band, Point McLeay'.
  239. 'The School Band, Point McLeay'.
  240. 'Native Children Pt. McLeay'.
  241. 'Toothbrush Drill Pt. McLeay'.
  242. 'Lubra' and 'Picaninnies. Pt. Mc.L'.
  243. 'Children Cent Aust 1920'.
  244. 'Woman Narrinyeri Tribe 1890'.
  245. 'Woman Pt. Mc.Leay'.
  246. 'Aboriginal lubras and piccaninnies outback. These native women have their anxieties in providing food for the children'.
  247. 'Joe Dann, Bronco Dann, Jack Comeagain, W.A. Aboriginal People, who appeared before a Federal Conciliation Commissioner in Perth during the year to support a claim that Aboriginal People should come under the Pastoral Workers Award. (Block kindly lent by "The Advertiser")'.
  248. Group of unidentified children
  249. 'Girls from Crocker Island, N.T., living at the Methodist Childrens' Home, Magill, and attending Primary School'.
  250. 'Nanglomin, and his wife Adadawa, who came down from the Methodist Mission Goulburn Island, N.T., to attend the National Christian Youth Convention held in Adelaide. Rev. William Gowland, of England, was Guest Speaker'.
  251. 'Teenagers from the Methodist Mission, Crocker Island, N.T., in Adelaide to attend High School'.
  252. 'Rev. Gordon Rowe O.B.E.'
  253. 'Sister Faith Coulthard, S.A. fast bowler and Member of Test Team against England, receiving tips from the State Women's Cricket Coach, Mr. Howard Mutton, during practice at the Teachers' College Oval, Adelaide'.
  254. 'Sir Thomas Playford, Premier of South Australia, showing his souvenir rail track spike to Percy Dodd and his son at Marree, at the opening of the Standard gauge railway line. (Block kindly lent by "Advertiser")'.
  255. 'S.A. Hockey Captain, Marjorie Adam, giving advice to Alice Springs Players before their match - Sept., 1957. From Left: Maureen Trindle, Kathleen Wilson, and May Steward'.
  256. 'The Prime Minister, Hon. R. G. Menzies, at the Weipa Presbyterian Mission, Queensland. Billy, 6 and Daniel, 4, are taking great interest in the camera and photographer. 1958'.
  257. 'Some of the 2,300 delegates from all parts of Australia who attended the 27th National Christian Endeavour Convention in Adelaide. From left: Iris Hampton, W.A.; Fred Pegus, Q.; Edith Guard, Q.; Ray Ketchup. Q.; Keith Clark, N.S.W. 1957'.
  258. 'Ruth Annunga, from Winkie on the Murray. She is an inmate of the Crippled Children's Home at Somerton, Adelaide'.
  259. Illustration of Aboriginal tools.
  260. 'Smoke Signal'.
  261. 'Nurse Grace Lester'.
  262. 'Nurse Margaret Laurie'.
  263. 'The Hermannsburg Choir which came south and gave concerts in Adelaide and nearby country downs in 1956. Mr. David Trudinger, conductor is standing, and Pastor Leske, organiser is kneeling'.
  264. 'The A.F.A. Camel Caravan in Central Australia'.
  265. 'Totem Poles, Ooldea.'
  266. 'Native Houses - Pt. MacLeay. View of Point Mcleay, Lake Alexandrina'.
  267. 'Mission church at Point McLeay, South Australia, founded by the Aborigines Friends' Association.'
  268. 'Ayers Rock'.
  269. 'Fine Waterhole, four hundred yards long, the original native reserve, Tennant's Creek'.
  270. 'What the coming of the water from Koporilya Spring means to Hermannsburg. Barren land now turned into a fine vegetable gargen'.
  271. 'One of the wells at Ooldea where the natives obtain water'.
  272. 'A.F.A. Mission on a tour in Central Australia. Camel caravan haltin by an oasis in the desert near Temple Downs Station.
  273. Mission Home, Alice Springs. Mrs Kramer sitting outside'.
  274. Unidentified building with a man wearing a white suit standing outside the building which has a bell tower.
  275. 'Desert Oak S.A. Reserve'.
  276. 'Narda Watertree, C.A. Reserve'.
  277. 'The Finke River'.
  278. 'Barrow Creek Police Staion'.
  279. 'The Royal Mail. Rumbalara to Hermannsburg Mission Station'.
  280. 'Old Pier Point McLeay'.
  281. 'Ernabella Mission Homestead'.
  282. 'The Finke River in flood'.
  283. 'Mission House, Hermannsburg Station, the headquarters of the Finke River Mission'.
  284. 'Modes of Travel. A Buggy and Pair in Central Australia'.
  285. 'Kookaburra'.
  286. 'Cliffs on the Finke, Horseshoe Bend'.
  287. 'The Missionary of the Association travelling in Central Australia'.
  288. Three horses
  289. 'Date Palms in the Macdonnell Ranges'.
  290. 'Oodnadatta Railway Station'.
  291. 'The Old Gum Tree, under which the First Proclamation was made'.
  292. 'Eggs Pt.Elliot'.
  293. 'Cairn on Mount Gillen'.
  294. 'New Guinea Native Police, who have won a reputation for the way they have performed their duties. Australian Aboriginal people are now being trained for police duty in North Australia'.
  295. 'Palms at Coward Springs'.
  296. 'The Hospital for Natives at Point McLeay Station'.
  297. 'Tent'
  298. 'The Old Telegraph Station, Alice Springs, now set apart as a Half-caste Children's Home'.
  299. 'Scene in Ceylon'
  300. 'Orchard Scene'
  301. 'Camel Team'
  302. 'Lake Scene, Point McLeay.'
  303. 'View of the Murray River, along which reserves have been secured for the natives'.
  304. 'The Daisy Bates Memorial Cairn at Ooldea. Unveiled in November by The Hon. Paul Hasluck, Minister for Territories'.
  305. 'Pt. McLeay Church'and 'Mission House'.
  306. 'Scene'.
  307. 'Scene Pt McLeay 1890'.
  308. 'Wool washing Pt. McLeay 1896'.
  309. 'The Revd. John Henry Sexton, O.B.E.'
  310. 'Miss Lillian Knott, Nurse, Point Pearce Station'.
  311. 'Miss Phyliss Flower, Nurse, Point McLeay Station'.
  312. 'Mr. And Mrs. Kramer and family'.
  313. 'Mr. Kramer' and 'Camel Team'.
  314. 'Mr. And Mrs. E. E. Kramer'.
  315. 'Mr. Kramer' with camel.
  316. 'Rev. Mitchell'
  317. 'Her Most Gracious Majesty, Queen Elizabeth'.
  318. 'Seymour Nurse, West Indies batsman, giving hints to Wally Kite, 12, at Berri, S.A.'
  319. 'Lois Briggs, of Melbourne, first native girl to graduate from a Modelling School'.
  320. 'Ron Barassi, Captain of the Melbourne Football Team, V., receiving a boomerang from the Koonibba mission team in Adelaide.'
  321. '"My Fair Lady" 1961'
  322. 'Aboriginal Women's Home in Sussex Street, North Adelaide, opened in January, 1962'.
  323. 'Mrs. F. Graham with Douglas and Cecil at their Penola home, South East'.
  324. 'Mr. And Mrs. K. H. Schulz'.
  325. 'Home of Mr. And Mrs. Ron Kito of Glossop, River Murray'.
  326. 'Mr James Lester'
  327. 'Miss Williams'
  328. 'Robert Tudwali'
  329. 'Miss Patricia Davis'
  330. 'Pastor Douglass Nicholls'
  331. 'Charles Perkins'
  332. 'Miss Dora Hunter'
  333. 'Work Camp Achivement'
  334. Two children playing with a telephone
  335. 'Interesting study of three happy young Aboriginal girls. Arnhem Land, Northern Australia. Photo - Methodist Missions'.
  336. Warning this photograph may be restricted, 'Men decorated for corroboree ceremonial. Ooldea'.
  337. Map of Northern Territory
  338. 'Constructed House'
  339. 'Charles Perkins: Sportsman. Croatia Captain receives Advertiser Cup'.
  340. 'Paddy Joseph Clarrie Stockmen - Oenpelli'.
  341. Rev. Lazarus Lami Lami'.
  342. 'Aboriginal teachers reading the Gospel of St. Mark in Pitjantjatjara, their native tongue. Ernabella.'
  343. 'Charles French'
  344. 'Mrs. Natascha McNamara'
  345. 'Putting in the nose bone. Ooldea.'
  346. 'Ernabella young men reading Gospel of St. Mark in Pitjantjatjara'.
  347. Map of areas around Perth.
  348. 'A 'Family at Mogumber usually consists of a Cottage Mother and nine children'.
  349. 'Sunday School classes at Mogumber'.
  350. 'Agricultural training is a very important aspect of life at Mogumber'.
  351. Map of 'Methodist Missions North Australia'.
  352. 'Methodist Missions, North Australia'.
  353. 'School time, Elcho Island'.
  354. 'Methodist Missions, North Australia The Flying Parson'.
  355. 'Methodist Missions, North Australia The Flying Parson After stores and supplies have been handed out and orders for the next visit written down in his book, Bapa (father), as he is known to the Aboriginal people, heads for the "church" to conduct a simple service'.
  356. 'Methodist Missions, North Australia Originally, the Cross was placed in this position by Rev. Wilbur Chaseling, pioneer missionary to Yirrkalla, in Eastern Arnhem Land'.
  357. 'Methodist Missions, North Australia At every "Out Station" Sheppy visits, his arrival is greeted enthusiastically by all those who live there. As soon as the aircraft stops, they gather around the aeroplane, waiting to greet this man who comes with supplies, a hymn and a message'.
  358. 'Methodist Missions, North Australia Perhaps the most important task of a missionary is to learn and communicate with the people in their own language. Miss Beulah Lowe is engaged full-time in translation work for the eastern Arnhem Land Aboriginal People'.
  359. 'Part of the Fishing Fleet - Elcho Island'.
  360. 'Methodist Missions, North Australia'.
  361. 'Prizewinners at a past anniversary. Elcho Island'.

Tindale Tribes: Ramindjeri; Kukatja (NT); Kujani; Jarildekald; Walpiri.

  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/19
Date Range c. 1860 - c. 1980
Quantity 44 cm, 1 album in an archive box
Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/19
Series AA676/05

AA 676/5/20

Photographs of Pt McLeay Mission and portraits of Australian Aboriginal people

 

Nine large format photographs

  1. Portrait of 'H.E.Read - Officer 1904-1922 - Missioner 1922-1925'
  2. Portrait of 'Mrs Kinneare' - 'Miss Australia Quest' - 'Miss Aboriginal Audrey Cobby, born at Koonibba Reserve (Near Ceduna) educated at Concordia College and now a nurse, has entered this quest to assist the Aboriginal People'.
  3. Portrait of 'Alban Varcoe' in military uniform.
  4. Portrait of 'Proctor Martin Wilson' in military uniform.
  5. Wedding portrait of 'Harold and Martha Kropinyeri'.
  6. Untitled photograph of four people. The man and woman in the middle are dressed as bride and groom.
  7. Group of children holding musical instruments - 'Pt McLeay Mission School 1917'
  8. Group of children playing musical instruments - 'Mission School Band - Pt MacLeay - 1917'
  9. Group of men standing around memorial for Rev. George Taplin (See AA319) - 'Sacred - To the memory of the Rev. George Taplin (See AA319), Missionary for 20 years to the Aboriginal People of South Australia. And the founder of the Point MacLeay Mission. Died June 24th 1879. Aged 47 years'.
  Creator Marjorie Alice Angas
Control AA 676/5/20
Quantity 9 large format photographs in drawer Formats Loose Photographic Prints and Mounted Photographic Prints
Inventory Identifier AA 676/5/20
Series AA676/05