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The Fire of Australia mined by Walter Bartram, 8 Mile 1946 One of the great opals of the world weighing 998g Acquired by South Australian Museum 19 January 2017 thanks to a $455,000 grant from the Federal Government and the Bartram family

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Grund Family Andamooka by M.J. Grund, Walkabout 1/11/42

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George Burford "Pedal Radio Saves man Blinded in Outback"  from The Daily Telegraph (Sydney) Sunday 6th July 1941

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Chasing Opal at Coober Pedy 1940's Style by J.E. Grund BI 00056 6  

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Article - Issue No 28 WESTLINK 20th December 2006 - "Jake Santing - the Royal Mail"!! Photo -'Sunday morning at Kingoonya Hotel' circa 1947 L-R Harold Watts, Max Pickering, John Showers, Frank Cohen, Blue Hunter and Bill Fitzgerald click to view  BI 00030 3

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Adelaide Advertiser article  28 May 1940 'Petrified Trees' in the "Out among the people" column re Albert Miles' unearthing of petrified trees  near Coober Pedy

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Adelaide Advertiser article 1940 "The 'Printy' or 'Perentie' re letter from Albert Miles and his finding a perentie lizard

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BI 00034 17 Minnie Berrington's Miner's Right # 6858 22/9/1941  

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Scanned copy of an unopened cover sent to Mrs Pearl Koonce of Wynne Arkansas USA by Postmaster Alf North in 1940 The cover includes a promotion for the Royal Adelaide Exhibition March 15 - May 11 1940, as well as "one week in Adelaide for five pounds and five shillings" by the SA Tourist Bureau It was donated by Mr David Saks of Memphis, Tennessee, a member of the Memphis Stamp Collectors Society

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