Found in 207 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.
Loose photographs, some captioned, measuring approximately 210 x 150 mm, and showing views of Auckland and Waitemata Harbour.
A print, mounted on card, and measuring 142 x 100 mm, with a caption stating 'Napier, N.Z. 1864' and signed 'E.J. Mountier. 1894'. The photograph is a reproduction of a painting of the young settlement viewed from an overlooking hill, with the sea at the left and houses and enclosed land in the foreground.
200 x 150 mm. modern copies of original prints.
Loose prints produced by the Australian Information Service. The printed captions on the reverse have been recorded as found.
Book containing two portrait images.
Address from the women of Ballarat and Ballarat East in the colony of Victoria to the women of England
Three loose prints depicting agriculture in Queensland. Photographer unknown, presumably the staff photographer of the 'Silverwood Gazette' as two prints are thus stamped on reverse, as well as being marked up in pencil for publication.
An appreciation of the life of William French (1897-1960) soldier, naturalist and adventurer extraordinaire
A wide range of material concerning different parts of Australasia, but mainly Australia and New Zealand. Some of the collections are comprised of single items, such as pictures and maps. There are also a significant number of photocopies or photographs of original material. One of the collections is in Maori; the others are in English.
Collection of eighty-seven slides (seven negatives) and nine prints relating to the East Coast, New South Wales and Queensland; the second batch, apart from numbers 26-32, are of the interior, 33-51 the Snowy Mountains and 52-86 the region of Alice Springs. The captions are from those written on the slide mounts or in correspondence with Mr. Joselin. Numbers 50-51 and 82 are professional photographs. Photographer is also the doner, F.E. Joselin.
Thrity-five sketches of birds and other images, two photographs and correspondence regarding Richard Read, including biographical information.
154 x 170 mm. Mounted photograph. Shows cubes of various sizes representing the relative outputs of different mines. The fronts of the cubes have printed on them information about size, dividends and value. A printed caption stuck beneath the photograph states: 'The above 27 companies represent a paid-up capital of £437,631. Value for gold produced, £6,132,544. Dividends paid, £3,131,355. Approximate value of the 27 mines and machinery, £2,000,000.
A collection of scrapbooks containing press cuttings, correspondance, photographs, tickets, invitations, menus and programmes.