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:
- 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.
- Group of four adults, two children and five dogs outside of shelter.
- Six women behind a stall at a fete with three children standing towards the left of the stall.
- Fifteen non-Aboriginal people gathered at a ceremony or memorial.
- 'Australia Day - Point McLeay'.
- Three men sitting outside of a shelter.
- Point McLeay Mission Jubilee.
- 'Wedding at Pt McLeay church, Ben Blueskin and Katie Rankine'.
- Three unidentified Australian Aboriginal women with four children.
- Two Australian Aboriginal women at Lake Alexandrina making damper. This item was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4406.
- Postcard from the 'Mission - children's home'. This item was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4468.
- Postcard with four landscapes of Raukkon at the Point McLeay mission. This item was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 4471.
- 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'.
- 'Hughie McHughes at Taplin (see AA 319) Memorial. Trunk of tree under which Taplin first addressed Narrinyeri [Ngarrindjeri] tribal elders, 1859'.
- Photograph of mural that was previously on display in church. 'Point MacLeay Band of Hope - Blue Ribbon Army'.
- 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'.
- 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'.
- 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.
- 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'.
- 'Grave of George Taplin' surrounded by fourteen of Aboriginal People who 'are members of the Narrinyeri [Ngarrindjeri] council', 1879.
- Wedding photograph of 'Harold and Martha Kropinyeri nee Varcoe'.
- Australian Aboriginal man 'Billy Newland' sitting outside shelter. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5504.
- Nine Australian Aboriginal people in foreground of shelter.
- Group of sixteen adults and children sitting in foreground of shelter.
- 'Wurlies [shelter] Camps. In foreground typical wurlie of Narrinyeri [Ngarrindjeri] in background. Shanty, which typifies first change. Note European clothing. Era 1860-70'.
- 'Natives Camp, Pt McLeay Mission Station'.
- 'Typical wurlie [shelter] of Narrinyeri [Ngarrindjeri]'.
- Large group of adults and children with shelters in background in the 'Coorong'.
- 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.
- Unidentified Australian Aboriginal child sitting on chair.
- Two unidentified children.
- 'Bride and Bridegroom' standing in front of an unidentified building. The woman is holding a flower bouquet.
- Fourteen Australian Aboriginal people at 'Picnic' at Point McLeay.
- Group of children standing in foreground of unidentified building.
- 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.
- Young Australian Aboriginal boy sitting on chair with two girls wearing white dresses either side of him.
- Australian Aboriginal woman sitting on a chair with three children by her side and two men in the background.
- 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.
- Mission buildings at Point McLeay Mission, Lake Alexandrina.
Tindale Tribes: Jarildekald.
Creator: Marjorie Alice Angas
Control: AA 676/5/4
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Formats: Loose Photographic Prints, Mounted Photographic Prints