1. Gill, Samuel Thomas

    Artist Samuel Thomas Gill produced a lively visual record of early South Australia.

    Historical Person | By Jane Hylton | Hindley Street, North Terrace | 1840s, 1850s, 1860s, 1870s, 1880s

  2. Gill, Mr. Walter

    A conscientious and gifted forestry administrator, Walter Gill was also an enthusiastic nature photographer.

    Historical Person | By Dr David Jones | North Terrace | early twentieth century, late nineteenth century

  3. Glandfield, Mrs. Elizabeth

    Elizabeth Glandfield was the Mayoress of Adelaide from 1859-1862.

    Historical Person | By Cheryl Williss, HerStory Project | 1820s, 1830s, 1840s, 1850s, 1860s, 1870s, 1880s, 1890s, 1900-1910, 1910s, 1920s

  4. Glover, Mrs. Elizabeth

    Mrs Elizabeth Glover was the Lady Mayoress of the City of Adelaide from 1917-1919, 1923-1925, and again in 1930-1933.

    Historical Person | By Linda Hooper, HerStory Project

  5. Goode, Mrs. Frances

    Frances Goode was the Mayoress of Adelaide from 1863 to 1864.

    Historical Person | By Cheryl Williss, HerStory Project | 1830s, 1840s, 1850s, 1860s, 1870s, 1880s, 1890s, 1900-1910, 1910s, 1920s

  6. Gosse, Mr. William

    Short-lived explorer and surveyor William Christie Gosse was the first European to set eyes on Uluru.

    Historical Person | By Anthony Laube | North Terrace | 1850s, 1860s, 1870s

  7. Gouger, Mr. Robert

    Robert Gouger was one of the first and most influential advocates for South Australia. 

    Historical Person | By Margaret Anderson, History SA

  8. Goyder, Mr. George

    A surveyor and conservationist, and incredibly prolific letter-writer, Goyder is mainly remembered for his famous ‘line of rainfall’.

    Historical Person | By Nic Klaassen | North Terrace | late nineteenth century, mid nineteenth century

  9. Graham, Ms. Margaret

    Margaret Graham was an outspoken and forthright nursing sister and army matron with a strong sense of justice.

    Historical Person | By Joan Durdin | North Terrace | 1890s, early twentieth century

  10. Gray, Mr. William

    William Henry Gray was an early colonist and landholder, businessman, Freemason and explorer. 

    Historical Person | By Corinne Ball, Migration Museum

  11. Hall, Mr. George

    In the days before Coca-Cola and Pepsi, George Hall was a forward-thinking manufacturer of soft drinks.

    Historical Person | By Anna Stirling Pope | North Terrace | late nineteenth century, mid nineteenth century

  12. Hall, Mrs. Jane

    Jane Hall was the Lady Mayoress of the City of Adelaide (married to the Mayor) from 1854-1855.

    Historical Person | By Steven Page, HerStory Project | 1840s, 1850s

  13. Hancock, Mr. Henry

    Imposing mine Superintendent Henry Richard Hancock substantially reorganized and developed the “Monster Mine” at Moonta.

    Historical Person | By Ros Paterson | North Terrace | early twentieth century, late nineteenth century, mid nineteenth century

  14. Hannaford, Mr. Alfred

    A manufacturer of agricultural machinery, Alfred Hannaford was also an inventor who devised a pickling machine.

    Historical Person | By John Miels | North Terrace | early twentieth century, mid twentieth century

  15. Hannaford, Mr. George

    George William Hannaford was born on 4 January 1852, the son of farmer George Williams Hannaford and his wife Ann (née Cornish) of ‘Hatchlands’ in Hartley Vale, near Gumeracha, South Australia.

    Historical Person | By Dr David Jones | North Terrace | 1860s, 1900-1910, late nineteenth century

  16. Hanrahan, Barbara

    Barbara Hanrahan was an artist and writer, whose works evocatively captured the essence of a suburban Adelaide childhood.

    Historical Person | By Ruth Starke

  17. Hanson, Sir Richard

    Sir Richard Davies Hanson was a lawyer, politician, theologian and author who helped write in significant aspects of South Australia's Constitution

    Historical Person | By Carol Fort | mid nineteenth century

  18. Harbison, Mrs. Kathy

    Mrs Kathy Harbison was the Lady Mayoress of the City of Adelaide (married to the Lord Mayor) from 2003-2010.

    Historical Person | By Dennis Coleman, HerStory Project | 2000-2010

  19. Hardy, Thomas

    Thomas Hardy lectured and wrote on the wine business and olive growing, was a member of the Phylloxera Board, Wine Growers’ Association, South Australian Agricultural and Horticultural Society and the Chamber of Manufactures, judged local horticultural shows, published regularly in the local press and wrote two books, Notes on Vineyards in America and Europe (1885) and A Vigneron Abroad, Trip to South Africa (1899).

    Historical Person | By Dr Geoffrey Bishop | late nineteenth century, mid nineteenth century

  20. Hargrave, Mrs. Ursula

    Mrs Ursula Hargrave was Lady Mayoress (married to the Lord Mayor) from 1957-1960.

    Historical Person | By Mia Bell, HerStory Project

  21. Hartley, Mr. John

    Though stern and strict, educationist (and first Inspector-General of Schools) John Anderson Hartley favoured progressive and innovative ideas.

    Historical Person | By Anna Stirling Pope | North Terrace, Parklands | late nineteenth century

  22. Harvey, Mr. John

    John Harvey, politician and founder of Salisbury

    Historical Person | By Carol Fort | mid nineteenth century

  23. Hassell, Mr. George

    A printer and publisher, Hassell was devoted to the immaculate ‘embellishment of books’.

    Historical Person | By Valmai Hankel | North Terrace, Northwest corner | early twentieth century, late nineteenth century, mid twentieth century

  24. Hawker, Mr. Charles

    Horribly wounded twice in World War One, the tenacious Hawker went on to be a pastoralist and parliamentarian.

    Historical Person | By Rob Linn | North Terrace | early twentieth century

  25. Hawker, Mrs. Irene

    Irene Hawker was Lady Mayoress of the City of Adelaide (married to the Lord Mayor) between 1941 and 1943.

    Historical Person | By Jann Bennett, HerStory Project | 1880s, 1890s, 1900-1910, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s

  26. Hay, William

    William Gosse Hay was the son of a wealthy pastoralist, and a writer. Author of six novels which are stirring tales of noble heroes struggling to maintain moral honour in convict-era Tasmania. His unfinished work, ‘The Return of Robert Wasterton’, is set in 1890s Victor Harbor. 

    Historical Person | By Anthony Laube | 1870s, 1880s, 1890s, 1900-1910, 1910s, 1920s, 1930s, 1940s

  27. Hayes, Mr. Colin

    Hayes is remembered as possibly the greatest racehorse trainer and thoroughbred breeder in the history of Australian racing.

    Historical Person | By Dennis Markham | North Terrace | late twentieth century, mid twentieth century

  28. Hayes, Mr. Colin

    Colin Sidney Hayes (1924–1999) was an expert handler and judge of horses, and an astute businessman. 

    Historical Person | By Dirk van Dissel | early twentieth century, late twentieth century, mid twentieth century

  29. Hayes, Mrs. Mabel

    Mabel Lorna Hayes was Lady Mayoress of the City of Adelaide between 1971-1973.

    Historical Person | By Steven Page, HerStory Project

  30. Hayward, Sir Edward

    Known as ‘Bill’, Sir Edward Hayward was a businessman, patron of the arts and the originator of the Adelaide Christmas pageant.

    Historical Person | By Hon Christopher Legoe | early twenty–first century, late twentieth century, mid twentieth century

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