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The apron was worn by Joan Mallen when she worked at the Cheer Up Hut on the banks of the Torrens, near the present Festival Theatre, during the Second World War.
Collection Item | Parklands | 1940s
This teapot, painted with colourful images of dragons and birds, was part of a tea set for sale at the China Gift Store.
The publication 'Violet Verses' was released on 29 June in 1917 as part of the third Adelaide Violet Day, organised by the Cheer-Up society as a fundraiser for the war effort.
Collection Item | 1910s
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