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Rundle Street looking east from King William Street c.1930
Rundle Street looking east, c.1930

State Records holds a wonderful range of archival records from the South Australian Government. We hold records from State Government agencies, statutory authorities and Local Government.

We are the custodians of the recorded history of the administration of South Australia. One of our key functions is to provide public access to official records. Public access is provided via the State Records Research Centres.

The State Records Collection includes documents, volumes, photographs, films, videos, tapes and objects of historic value. Some of these records feature as images on this website.

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Cultural Sensitivity Warning

It is a condition of use of the State Records Collection that researchers ensure any disclosure of information contained in the records is consistent with the views and sensitivities of Aboriginal people.

We warn that there may be words and descriptions that may be culturally sensitive and which might not normally be used in certain public or community contexts. Terms and annotations that reflect the attitude of the author or the period in which the item was written, may be considered inappropriate today.

Please be aware that in some Aboriginal communities, hearing or seeing names or seeing images of deceased persons might cause sadness or distress, particularly to the relatives of these people. Aboriginal people may also have prohibitions on who may see certain records based on the age, or sacred or sensitive status of information in them, as it relates to individuals of any particular Aboriginal group.

Records in the State Records Collection may be subject to access conditions imposed by Aboriginal communities and/or depositors. As a result, access to some records may be subject to terms and conditions that State Records is required to maintain.

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