Found in 4940 Collections and/or Records:
Two loose black and white prints with typewritten captions attached to reverse, taken by W Pedersen for the Australian News and Information Bureau.
75 x 56mm. A view showing boys taking part in a three-legged race on the deck of the 'Ionic'.
202 x 149 mm. A view from high ground looking out over a large plantation of young palm trees.
Loose photographs, some captioned, measuring approximately 210 x 150 mm, and showing views of Auckland and Waitemata Harbour.
200 x 150 mm. Showing field on a slope in background planted with apple trees, with fields and two horses in front.
360 x 260 mm. A view looking across the hillside behind the town towards the Government Building, a two storey wooden construction with a few officials standing outside the entrance. With small houses in the background.
153 x 201 mm. Picture shows: Lord Shepherd, Minister of State at the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office, signing the agreement., 1970-05
Agreement reached at Fiji Constitutional Conference in London
200 x 145 mm. Showing piles of bales on the jetty, while a horse-drawn trolley carries more along a rail line. Derby, situated inside King Sound, is one of the main exporting stations for cattle and sheep from the north-west districts of Western Australia.
200 x 155 mm.
150 x 200 mm.
200 x 150 mm.
285 x 230 mm. A view showing people standing in a row in a cleared area, with a sailor standing beside a thatched house and banana plants behind fencing in the background. The photograph is an original for an illustration in Lyne, p. 100.
362 x 265 mm. A view looking down on the road which runs through a rocky gorge across two small stone bridges. Milton lies near the coast south west of Dunedin and this road follows the Clutha River north west up to Alexandra.
South Island, New Zealand. [Dog sitting near heap of rubbish].
198 x 151 mm. A view on a country road, with woods on either side, showng a 12 strong bullock team transporting a large section of tree trunk. Negative number 933.
200 x 146 mm. A view showing a small wooden cabin with a mother and two children beside the doorway. The roofing is made in the characteristic settlers’ way with sheets of flattened tree-bark held down by a network of branches. The picture shows a small vegetable plot in the foreground. This photograph, and Y3087D/55, give a fascinating and evocative picture of the hardships of life outside the larger cities.
285 x 225 mm. A view down a dirt road in the Bush, with a pony cart on the road.
190 x 287 mm. A view showing trees and bushes in the countryside.
290 x 189 mm. A view in the bush showing a small pool in the foreground with woods behind. The picture is very similar to Y3086F/70 which was taken on the Newton Boyd Road.
New Caledonia A Chief’s Hut 151 x 201 mm. A view showing a group standing or lying in front of the chief’s hut, a conical thatched structure surmounted by a decorated spire. One figure in front of the hut wears European clothes. See Plate 200 for an interesting photograph of a New Caledonian house in the process of being built.
152 x 196 mm. A view looking along a palm lined path, on which people are standing or sitting in small groups, towards the chief’s house, a similar structure to that seen in Plate 189. Photograph by Hughan.
200 x 150 mm.
A correct globe with the new discoveries: A correct globe with ye new constelations [sic] of Dr Halley &c, 1775
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.