Creator: Photographer not recorded
Place of Creation: Torrensville
Date of creation : ca. 1930
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Tanderra Girls' Home was opened by the South Australian Council of the United Aborigines Mission at 4 Stamford Street Parkside in 1952. It was established as accommodation for older Aboriginal girls who had left Colebrook Home. It accommodated up to ten girls. In later years Tanderra moved to these larger premises at 221 Henley Beach Road, Torrensville. The Home closed in 1973.
This building was formerly the St Ives Private Hospital.
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