ProvenanceSouth Australian Harbors Board. QUORNA was a steel-hulled screw steamer built in Scotland in 1912. It was bought by the Adelaide Steamship Company and carried passengers and cargo around the State, especially to Gulf and West Coast ports. It was used in early Gulf Trip journeys, and finished service in 1947.SignificanceQUORNA was a significant vessel in early passenger and cargo transport in South Australia. It was an Adelaide Steamship Company vessel linked strongly to the Gulf Trips and other items in the South Australian Maritime Museum's collection.DescriptionSouth Australian (SA) Harbors Board permit used in regulating South Australian ports and shipping. Issued to QUORNA, probable around 1946 or 1947, valid until June 1947. Printed by K. M. Stevenson, acting Government printers, Adelaide.
Buff-coloured tear off style form with decorated edge and black print.Creator (person)Creator (organisation)The South Australian Harbors BoardAcknowledgementKeywordsboarding permitsDate of Creationc1946Date of UsageMaterialPaper
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Unit (Lengths): mm Accession NumberHT 2007.0613