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South Australia - Archival Collection

Records of The Salvation Army Girls' Home, Fullarton (1957? - 1986?)

The Salvation Army Australian Southern Territory Territorial Headquarters


The collection Records of the Salvation Army Girls' Home, Fullarton includes admission cards for 1957 to 1986 with some gaps. It also contains historical records and photographs.


Access Conditions

Care leavers can apply to the Salvation Army for information and records about their time in care.

A two page application form will need to be completed. The form will ask for contact details, personal and family information to assist with a record search and identification. The application requests copies of a drivers licence and birth certificate or 100 points of identification. Those who don't have enough official documents can ask the Care Leavers of Australia Network (CLAN) or the Find & Connect Support Service to confirm their identity to the Salvation Army.

Those applying for information about a third party will need consent from that person or the executor of their estate.


In 2014, the Salvation Army provided information to the Find & Connect web resource about records in their collection relating to The Salvation Army Girls' Home, Fullarton. In addition to the admission records, the collection includes:

  • History Book 1900 - 1986
  • History Book 1990 - 1994
  • History Photos 1982
  • Disk Files 1959 - 1986

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Prepared by: Karen George and Gary George