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Date
Tuesday 3 August
Time
11am to 12pm
Location
Hetzel Lecture Theatre, Institute Building (Ground floor)
Cost
Free, bookings essential

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About the presenter

Authors Janet and Sue Scarfe

Our partners

Anlaby is the home of the oldest Merino Stud in South Australia, settled in 1839.

Janet Scarfe is a professional historian whose research interests include family history and biography, Australian army nurses in World War One and Two, and controversies around the ordination of women in the Anglican Church in Australia. Suzanne (Sue) Scarfe is a genealogist with a keen interest in family history.

They are the great grand-daughters of Hugh and Margaret Campbell, the first of three generations to live and work on Anlaby. Sue began the project with her genealogical research and Janet added her historical skills. The result is a new book The Campbells of Anlaby, 1860-1940 (published this year) a social history of three generations of Campbells and the communities in which they lived and worked.

A Friends of the State Library of South Australia event.

Janet Scarfe Sue Scarfe

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The 'State Library, Art Gallery, Museum' tram-stop is just outside the State Library. There are bus stops close by near the War Memorial on North Terrace. The closest train station is the Adelaide city station on North Terrace.

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Is there car parking near the State Library?

The nearest car park is Wilson's Adelaide Central car park, 225 North Terrace, next to David Jones.

There is paid metered street parking along Kintore Ave and Victoria Drive.

Where is the wheelchair and stroller access?

Access to the Spence Wing first floor and the Mortlock Chamber is via the lift in the glass foyer entrance of the library.

There is on-street disabled parking available in the nearby roads. View more information and maps of Adelaide City Council's Disability parking for permit holders.

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You can visit the Mortlock Chamber on the ground floor to look at the exhibition bays.  The upper levels of the Mortlock Wing include quiet study areas.

Is there a cafe at the State Library?

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Gouger Collection

A Tuesday talk

Come and hear about the reading journeys of well known South Australians as part of this monthly series.

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