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Two loose black and white prints with typewritten captions attached to reverse, taken by W Pedersen for the Australian News and Information Bureau.
Capt. A. Liston Blyth, F.R.G.S., F.R.A.I., F.R.C.I., Resident Magistrate, Delta Division Papua and Native Constabulary
205 x 160 mm. A loose black and white print. Captain Blyth posed among native policeman armed with rifles and bandoliers. A. Liston Blyth appears in Colonial Officers records for Papua from 1915, when he was a patrol officer, until 1930. He was Resident Magistrate in the Delta Division, from 1926-1930.
Five loose black and white prints, presented to Sir Harry Wilson by Lieutenant E W Pearson Chinnery F.R.C.S.
Three loose prints, all signed, dated and captioned on the reverse. 'Baiaua' is possibly Bariana, south of Collingwood Bay. Sir Henry Wickham was an explorer and pioneer planter all over the Equatorial Belt, and planted rubber over Central and South America, India and New Guinea. He listed his recreation in 'Who's Who' as 'Pioneer Rubber Planting.'