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:
- Four unidentified Australian Aboriginal girls.
- Postcard with photograph of three adults and one child to Mr Dan Whibley of Point McLeay.
- Two women holding one child each. On the left is 'Elva Milera nee Rigney at "glenora"'.
- Two Australian Aboriginal women. Notes accompanying photograph suggest one woman is 'Mrs Blackman'.
- 'Clarence (Milerum) Long & 1st wife Lydia Thomson'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 3301.
- Australian Aboriginal woman and child from the Coorong. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 3302.
- 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'.
- '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'.
- 'Philip Rigney from Albany, Western Australia and stepson Edward'.
- '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'.
- 'Everett Sumner' and 'Clyde Kropinyeri'.
- Two Australian Aboriginal men playing cricket.
- Five children playing cricket with onlookers in the background.
- Australian Aboriginal men playing cricket.
- 'William Rollison known as Brown' dressed as military personnel, standing beside woman sitting in chair.
- Two women, on the left is 'Tokie Butcher' and on the right is 'Mrs Laura Harris', '1920'.
- Three men with child 'L to R adults Yulimba, Ted Kropinyeri, Frank Lovegrove (baby) Victor Rigney'.
- 'Koolmateri', Australian Aboriginal man and woman.
- 'Lay Preachers', 'Mark Wilson, Jacob Harris'.
- 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'.
- Unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman sitting on chair with a child.
- Australian Aboriginal woman sitting on chair with her arm around a child wearing black clothing.
- 'Ben and Edward Rigney'.
- Two unidentified men wearing suits and hats.
- Unidentified Australian Aboriginal woman with child on her back.
- 'George Taplin (See AA319) & David Unaipon, Son of Pullum, 1864'.
- Australian Aboriginal man and woman sitting down, the man is wearing a suit with a hat.
- Two Australian Aboriginal people with a young boy. Notes accompanying photograph suggest one person is 'Thomas Martin'.
- 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.
- Two women with baskets. On the right is Louisa Karpeny and an unidentified companion on the left.
- Bert Wilson or Hubert Edward Wilson and Daphne Rigney nee Harris, Doreen Kartinyeri or Naomi Gollan nee Harris.
- 'Mrs Susan Wanganeen & Mrs Lily Moody nee Giles 1900'.
- '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)'.
- 'Woman & Child - Australian Aboriginals Pompinguru, wife of "Newland"'. This photograph was formerly identified by the South Australian Museum as AP 5063.
- 'Tommy & Ada Walker' or 'Willie Pool & his wife [Lizzie]'.
- 'Tommy Walker & wife' or Billy Pool & wife' sitting outside shelter.
- 'Joseph & Christina Koolmatrie Md 7.12.1866'.
- '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'.
- 'Myra Wilson', 'Martha Varcoe', 'Sally Varcoe' or 'Ada Varcoe'.
- 'John Wilson, Grandchildren Dennis Wilson (deceased), Mrs Myra Heywood formerly Kropinyeri nee Wilson'.
- 'Albert Rankine & Edna Lovegrove, 1952'.
- 'Arthur and Martha Barrett nee Varcoe, later Kropinyeri and Alban Varcoe' taken in '1900 at Tailem Bend'.
- Two unidentified Australian Aboriginal women holding one child each.
- 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.
- 'Mrs James Unaipon, Mrs Karpeny, Mrs Close'.
- 'Official document proclaiming the area now occupied by the descendants of the Narrunga/Kaurna tribes as an Aboriginal Reserve'.
- Group of men and women, notes accompanying this photograph suggest the people are possibly Gollans, Rigneys, Summners, Campbells, Wilsons or Kropinyeris.
- Family portrait of 'Roger Rigney, Janice Rigney, Baby Roger, Deborah, Leild [??]'.
- Headstone for David Blackwell dated 2[??] January 1893.
- Program for 'Unveiling of Memorial to - Queen Ethel - of the South-East Muandik Tribe'.
- 'Lewis Adams' wheeling a wheel barrow of wood through gate post.
- 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
foolscap three ring album
Formats: Loose Photographic Prints, Mounted Photographic Prints