Museum Lounge

Also known as the Parlour Room and the Arthur Lindsay Room.

  • Arthur Lindsay arrived in S.A. on “The Buffalo” in 1836, walked to the area of Victor Harbor with two other men.  He was a surveyor and a pioneer of Hindmarsh Valley and Victor Harbor.
  • The round table and chiffonier and fire screen came from Ayers House.
  • The green lustre vases (1870), the prisms reflected light to the room, Kerosene light on table, and the clock were common in most homes in the early 1900’s.
  • The miner’s couch was donated by Mr and Mrs Warnes (Mr Warnes was President of the Adelaide Show Society).
  • The first pedal organ c 1880 was donated by the Newland church, originally from Yilki Church.
  • The round tray on the built-in cupboard is made of paper mache.
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    This “portable”organ was carted to the cemetery for funerals.