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My father, Jack Battams, lived in the Bundaleer Forest near Jamestown, was born in 1902. He often...
I was interested that John Pirie was a Director of the East India Company. This may be true but I...
Our family moved from Finsbury Hostel to Gepps Cross around 1954, as a child I had a great time,...
North Terrace east is Adelaide’s premier cultural boulevard
The classically inspired Adelaide Town Hall was opened in 1866 and accommodates council chambers and civic reception rooms. It remains a notable landmark in Adelaide today.
Appointed in 1895, Augusta Zadow was South Australia’s first female inspector of factories and an ardent advocate for women workers, a leading trade unionist, philanthropist and suffragist.
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