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Sons and Daughters of Glenhuntley Street: A Street in Woodville South that Grew into a Community

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Media: BOOK - 154 pages
Author: R. Skewes
Year: 2019
ISBN: 9781925781748
Other: b&w & colour photos
Publisher: Unlock the Past

Travel back in time to the early 1950s - to Woodville, a growing suburb of Adelaide in South Australia.

Hop off a living, breathing stream train at Woodville Station, its platforms awash with smoke. Descend into its bunkerlike subway and come up into the light. Hurry on by good old Woody Primary and the remnants of Connor Farm and eventually you'll reach our old familiar street.

Wedged between Findon Road and oval Avenue, Glenhuntly Street (spelt with an "e" back then) was a thriving local community.

Was it an experiment in socialism within the most conservative of mindsets or sone and all living by the Golden Rule? Let the reader decide. Whatever the answer, it seems a formula lost in the busyness of today.

Where to Begin - an Introduction
1930s Adelaide Environmental Map of Woodville South
Turning Back the Clock - Steam Train and Muddy Ttracks
The Ancestry of Friendship
The 'Good-Old Days'
Hide and Seek
Street Bike Racing
History Hit - Adelaide Earthquake 1954
The Woods of Woodville
Robot Man
The Past is Another Country
Sooty the Sheep finds a Home
First Contact/The Seed of Multiculturalism
Cindarella in a Blue Dress
The Magic of the Magic Pudding
The Pughole
Birds, Bushes, Bricks and Boys with Crackers
History Hit - The Weekly Times/Hallett and Freburg Bricks
The Amazing, but true Homemade Telephone Network
Cubby Holes and Secret Tunnels
Remember, Remember, the Fifth of November
A Big Day Out
Lost Treasures/Golden Age of Movie Theatres
Friday Night Street Footy
Mars Bars and Magic Moments
Back and Front Yard Cricket
The Mystery of Port Road on a Wet Day
History Hit - 1964s Big Blow
Going, Going, Gone
Sputnik, Spies and Mad Scientists
Chasing Music, Bands and Pop Glory
Mayhem at the Centennial Hall
Records, Riding and near Riots
Living off the Land
From Community to near Fatality
All Aboard the Glenhuntley Street Express
Vietnam Moratorium Campaign
Looking Back/Gorillas with Guns
A White Feather
History Hit - Adelaide's 197-s Anti-Vietnam Protests
History Hit - Myponga and meadows Pop Festival
The Glue of Glenhuntley
Fragments in Time (1950-1970)


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