ProvenanceSouvenir salt shaker/cellar from the MANUNDA, one of the most famous Adelaide Steamship Company vessels and was converted to a hospital ship during the Second World War Two. MANUNDA undertook trips to the Middle East to repatriate sick and wounded Australians and New Zealanders. The vessel was bombed and suffered extensive damage. SignificancePart of a larger collection relating to the Manunda and to the Adelaide Steamship Company.
Illustrative of passenger life on board Adelaide Steamship Company ships in the 1940s-1950s.DescriptionSouvenir salt cellar from the MANUNDA. Silver bowl shape with badge attached to the outside surface (A). A blue bowl (B) sits inside to protect the metal from moisture and salination.Date of Creationc1940MaterialMetal
|glass Accession NumberHT 2005.0738 a-b