ProvenancePostcard collected by Kevin How. The MV ‘Manoora’ was owned by the Adelaide Steamship Company and used for coastal trips from Cairns to Fremantle from 1935 to 1939. During World War II the ‘Manoora’ was requisitioned by the Royal Australian Navy. In 1947 the ship was returned to the Adelaide Steamship Company and resumed coastal service in 1949.SignificanceCollected by Kevin How - his service viewed through memorabilia. Illustrative of the souvenirs produced for passengers on board the Adelaide Steamship Company coastal liners.DescriptionA coloured postcard of the TSMV MANOORA, with coastal background.
Front of postcard entitled:
"T.S.M.V. "MANOORA", 11,000 Tons. THE ADELAIDE STEAMSHIP COMPANY LIMITED."
Rear of postcard with similar information, instructions and bottom left has "G 45008". All printed in black ink.Creator (person)Creator (organisation)AdsteamAcknowledgementDate of Creation1949 - 1960Date of UsageMaterialPaper DimensionType: overall
Unit (Lengths): mm Accession NumberHT 2017.0638 c