Prince of Wales Hotel, Angas Street, Adelaide, 1865


Photo taken 01 January 1865

B 5099/7 Duryea, Townsend, 1823-1888, photographer Detail from Duryea's Panorama of Adelaide, photographed from the Town Hall tower. 25 Angas Street. Established in 1848. In 1924 this hotel was converted into premises for the Returned Soldiers and Sailors Association. From 1860-1864 known as the Supreme Court Hotel (not to be confused with the premises on Gouger Street). The building has been demolished. The hotel in 1923: www.flickr.com/photos/state_library_south_australia/15531... 'The All England Eleven. A meeting of persons interested in the proposed invitation to the great team-the All-England Eleven-to visit South Australia will take place at Aldridge's Prince of Wales Hotel, Angas-street, on Monday evening, at 7 o'clock.' 'South Australian Register', Saturday 30 January, 1864, p2 Visit the State Library of South Australia to view more photos of South Australia.