Letter from NB Tindale to the Police Office in Charge, Serviceton, requesting information on Indigenous residents of the Serviceton area; Tindale expresses his interest in visiting the South Australia and Victorian border for research purposes.
People mentioned: none
Places mentioned: Serviceton (SA); Pinaroo (SA)
Handwritten letter on Anthropological Society of South Australia letterhead
Typed letter on reverse side reads ' In reference to your inquiry herein as to natives along the border, I wish to inform you that there are no native camps or natives in this district but I am informed that further North near Murrayville there are a number of them, you could obtain any information in reference to them from O.C Police at Murrayville which is on the Victorian side of the border from Pinaroo. There are a number of half castes about here but they are working about on farms etc. and live in their own houses and are not controlled or supervised in any way by the State'. Dated 9 November 1928.
Letter accompanied with several pages of loose notes.