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Location Tasman Terrace, Port Lincoln, South Australia, Australia
Type buildings
Description

Hall, a white marble foundation stone is set in the right wall of the foyer.

In 1924 the former Civic Hall was rebuilt and named the Soldiers Memorial Hall. It was gutted by fire in 1934. A newly completed replacement hall was opened in 1936. At the time of photograph which was taken in 1927 the Port Lincoln Institute Memorial Hall was a white rendered two storey sandstone building with two entrances from the street.

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Inscription

Face:

CIVIC HALLPORT LINCOLN SOLDIERS MEMORIAL

Foundation stone:

PORT LINCOLN MEMORIALINSTITUTE.THIS STONE WAS LAID BYJ.G.MOSELEY ESQ., M.P.AUG. 29TH 1923.IN MEMORY OF THE SAILORS AND SOLDIERSWHO FOUGHT IN THE GREAT WAR,1914-1918.

Condition

MAINTAINED BY: Port Lincoln Council

PECULIARITIES/DAMAGE: Nil

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