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Salvation Army members
Title : Salvation Army members Salvation Army members
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Creator : Duryea, photographer
Date of creation : ca. 1890
Format : Photograph
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Description :
The Victor Harbor Salvation Army Corps was established in 1884 under the leadership of Captain Susan Fulton. Initially the Corps held meetings in the Institute and in the old Wesleyan Church. Several of the local Aboriginal people were members, including Ephraim Tripp. The Tripp family were well-known in the town. Ephraim Tripp was a talented local footballer and also played the organ. Other local people who were members of the Salvation Army at Victor Harbour included the Sharman, Ticklie and Scarlett families.
Related names :

Tripp, Ephraim

Salvation Army. Victor Harbor Corps

Coverage year : 1890
Place : Victor Harbor (S. Aust.)
Further reading :

Bruce, Walter Buxton. They were trimmers: Victor Harbour in the 1900s, memoirs of Walter Buxton Bruce, Victor Harbour: Anthony Laube, 1992

'Salvation Army manoeuvres [sic] ...' Southern argus, 9 October 1884, p. 2



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