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Aeroplane mission at Ceduna
Title : Aeroplane mission at Ceduna Aeroplane mission at Ceduna
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Date of creation : 1962
Format : Photograph
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The Bush Church Aid Society was founded in Sydney in 1919. 'Missioners' trained in Sydney and Melbourne travelled to remote rural locations around Australia, and from 1922 were joined by bush nursing sisters, who worked to found hospitals and hostels in the outback of New South Wales and South Australia. The Society opened a hospital at Ceduna in 1937, which they ran until 1968. In 1928 an 'aeroplane mission' was formed to further the work of the group.
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Bush Church Aid Society (Australia)

Coverage year : 1962
Place : Ceduna (S. Aust.)
Region : Eyre Peninsula and Far West Coast
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