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Digital Photograph - Three Men from Half Moon Bay & Brighton Life Saving Clubs, South Australian Life Saving Championship, Adelaide, 1936 Image Reg. No: MM 110752

Description Of Content:
Three men in swimming costumes with their arms around each others shoulders. Two of the men have circles on their costumes and the one in the middle has a diamond with the letters 'HMB'.

This photograph shows William Clarke from Half Moon Bay Life Saving Club, with two team members from Brighton Life Saving Club, in Adelaide, 1936. They went there to compete in the South Australian Life Saving Championship, which Half Moon Bay won.
Acquisition Information:
Copied from Ms Laurel Clarke, 2006
Discipline: History

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Themes this item is part of: Leisure Collection, Melbourne's Biggest Family Album Collection
Primary Classification: SPORT
Secondary Classification: Life Saving
Tertiary Classification: life savers
Inscriptions: Inscription on reverse: "My dear Bill (centre) taken adelaid 1936 aged 21yrs."
People Depicted: Clarke, William Charles; unknown boy; unknown boy
Format: Digital Still Image: Black & White; Tiff
Place & Date Depicted: Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, 1936

Source of Date Depicted: Inscription on the back, and newspaper articles.
Photographer: Unknown
Organisation Depicted: Brighton Surf Life Saving Club, Australia, 1936
Organisation Depicted: Half Moon Bay Surf Life Saving Club, Australia, 1936

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David Harry Posted on 24 Mar 2013 5:15 PM
The 2 men from Brighton Club in South Australia are Frank Whiteway (on left of photo)and Charles Luxmoore (on right of photo).

I have identified them from old photos we have at the Brighton Surf Lifesaving club here in Adelaide.

Kind Regards
David Harry
(for Brighton S.L.S.C.)

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