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Australian Gliding Museum
Machine - Glider – Sailplane, 1960... ka 2...The Ka 2, a tandem two seat training sailplane of 15 metre... The Ka 2, a tandem two seat training sailplane of 15 metre wing ...The Ka 2, a tandem two seat training sailplane of 15 metre wing span, was designed by Rudolf Kaiser for Schleicher in 1953. It was a versatile craft due to its good cross country soaring capability. With the Ka 2B, the design was improved in 1955 by lengthening the wing span to 16 metres and increasing the dihedral and tip washout. The fuselage was lengthened slightly as well. Schleicher built 42 Ka2s from 1953 to 1955 and 75 Ka 2Bs from 1955 to 1957. In addition Schleicher supplied kits for construction of the sailplane by independent builders. The Australian Gliding Museum’s example is the single Ka 2b built in Australia from plans and is designated as GFA-HB-47. The club concerned was the Illawarra Soaring Club of Sydney. The glider registered as VH-GHO and first flew in October 1960. However, within a short time it was badly damaged and needed major repairs which took over a year to complete. After lengthy service at Illawarra Soaring Club it was transferred to the Stirling Gliding Club in Western Australia in August 1976. Again it suffered damage in a landing accident in 1978. The damaged glider was put into storage at Northam where it remained for approximately 11 years. It was acquired by Mike Valentine in 1989 and brought back to flying condition at Bacchus Marsh, Victoria. The last entry in the log book is dated January 1997 at which time it had accumulated 1170 hours from 2446 flights. The last owner prior to transfer to the Australian Gliding Museum was John Ashford of the Geelong Gliding Club. The Museum's Ka 2B sailplane is a potentially airworthy example of this German 1950s sailplane type. It is a rarity in Australia as the only Ka 2b appearing on the Australian register.Tandem two seat sailplane of wood and fabric construction finished in cream and red colour schemeRegistration VH-GHO (with "HO" letters painted on the fin / rudder) Serial number - GFA HB 47 australian gliding, glider, sailplane, schleicher, kaiser, ka 2, illawarra soaring club, stirling gliding club, valentine, ashford
Bendigo Historical Society
FLOUR BAG COLLECTION: WITTSCHEIBE BROS, BENDIGO... printed in black ink KA No 712. Side 2 printed in pen ink 1149...''. Side 1 printed in black ink KA No 712. Side 2 printed in pen ...Textiles. Linen flour bag printed on both sides in red and green.1. ''WITTSCHEIBE BROS. The famous WB Brand Regd. World's Best Self Raising Flour prepared from the choicest Victorian wheat. Factory 172 MITCHELL ST>< BENDIGO< 5 lbs''. Side 1 printed in black ink KA No 712. Side 2 printed in pen ink 1149. 5lbs net. Self raising Flour W.B. Brand Self Raising Flour is mixed and prepared from the choicest Victorian grown wheat, and possessing highly nutritious qualities is unequalled for Scones, Cakes, Puddings, ETC 172 Mitchell St., Bendigo, Telephone 339''.
Seaworks Maritime Museum
MedalMedal with green and yellow fabric with a silver coloured medallion hanging off of it. Medallion features anchor design on one side and muslim crescent moon and star on the other. Sitting in green felt box with gold-coloured hinges.on box "WMA 70" "Malaya trading Co/ Medallists/ Kuala Lumpur" "PMA 0217/2" On medallion "Ulang Tahun Yang Ka Sepuloh/ 1 hb Julai 1973" "PMA 0217/1"
Victorian Aboriginal Corporation for Languages
Book, Bringing our Languages home : language revitalization for families, 2013Contents: I Starting from Zero 1.Miami Myaamiaataweenki Oowaaha: `Miami Spoken Here' /? Jarrid Baldwin 2.Wampanoag How Did This Happen to my Language? /? Jessie Little Doe Baird pt. II Learning from the Elders 3.Karuk Karuk Language and the Albers Basket /? Elaina (Supahan) Albers 4.Yuchi Family Language without a Language Family /? Renee T. Grounds pt. III Families and Communities Working Together 5.Mohawk Our Kanien'keha Language /? Theodore Peters 6.Maori My Language Story /? Hana O'Regan 7.Hawaiian E Paepae Hou 'Ia Ka Pohaku: Reset the Stones of the Hawaiian House Platform /? Kauanoe Kamana 8.Anishinaabemowin Language, Family, and Community /? Margaret Noori 9.Irish Belfast's Neo-Gaeltacht /? Aodan Mac Poilin pt. IV Variations on a Theme 10.Kypriaka Making Choices, Enriching Life /? Aliosha Bielenberg Pittaka 11.Warlpiri About Dad /? Ezra Hale Contents note continued: pt. V Family Language-Learning Programs 12.Kawaiisu The Kawaiisu Language at Home Program /? Julie Turner 13.Scottish Gaelic Taic/?CNSA and Scottish Gaelic /? Finlay M. Macleoid Conclusion 14.Bringing Your Language into Your Own Home /? Leanne Hinton.B&w illustrations, b&w photographs, word listswarlpiri, language revival, language maintenance, language education
Document, List of Members of Intermediate Legacy Club when it Ceased Operations on 20/2/1974. ILC4A list of the 40 final members of the Intermediate Legacy Club when it ceased operating in 1974. Background: The ILC was formed in 1929 (or 1930 according to the newsletter article). The idea of the club sprang from those boys who had outgrown the Junior Legacy Club. In the early days it fielded a lacrosse team and it was this that mainly held the members together. Enthusiasm wained after a few years as it lacked a solid objective. The answer came from one of its members and in 1938 they founded the Don Esses Club. This was a club for the children of incapacitated ex-servicemen which met every Thursday night at 7.30 run by the ILC members. The name came from the signallers' code Disabled Servicemen's Sons. During the second world war 80% of the members of the ILC enlisted in the services. Leaving only 8 members that could not join due to ill health or reserved occupations. They continued the Don Esses and whatever aid they could to Legacy. ILC members had always helped Legacy where possible including being camp leaders or camp staff, with the annual demonstrations, and coffee stalls at the ANZAC dawn service. Post second world war some ILC members were nominated into Legacy, others drifted away in civil occupations. It was found difficult to recruit new blood into the ILC and eventually membership waned when the boys from the Don Esses clubs found other youth activities to join. The ILC ceased to meet regularly in the mid fifties. However a strong comradeship still existed between members and they would meet in one anothers homes. Members were always ready to help the senior Legacy Club in any way in their power and still helped at Christmas parties and summer camps. ILC was a service rendering organisation and was self governing. Non-sectarian and non-political, the members were ex-junior legatees over 18 years of age. After serving in World War 2 members were eligible to become members of Legacy. Was in a folder of material collated about the ILC by an early archive committee. Names on the list were: HA Ackerley, JW Alsope (dec), KG Bartils, JWL Belsey, E Brown (dec), JW Bush, J Coade, R Cumming, J Ferguson, CC Fisher, WJ Gilmore (dec), EJD Graham (dec), RE Harding, KA Hatherly, AT Henderson, KT Herron, JW Hocking, Frank C Holliday, JA Holloway, Fred Hollingsworth, HA Hollingsworth, C Jorgensen, C Julian (dec), KS King, G Lake, AV Lawson (dec), JV Lawson, Jimmy M MacGregor, CL MacMillan, A McNaughton (dec), W McNaughton, HG Metcalfe, WG Needham (dec), JE Pilbeam, RC Rickards, RHW Rimmer (dec), Norman A Smith, JM Suggett, GE Todd, BF Wood.An important list of the final members of the Intermediate Legacy Club. The ILC was active from 1930 to 1974.White foolscap paper with black type of a list of 40 members of the ILC in 1974.Handwritten in red pen 'ILC4' which was part of the an early archive numbering system.ilc, membership, junior legatee