Found in 4946 Collections and/or Records:
Neg. Left to right: Mr. W Kanja, MP, Kenya; Mr. Kebba Krubally, MP, Gambia; and Mr. S. Shah, MP, Trinidad and Tobago, talking with local resident at Maroochydore, a beach resort north of Brisbane, the Queensland capital.
Neg. Left to right: Mrs James A. Jerome, Mr. James Walker, Parliamentary Secretary to the Canadian Prime Minister, Mr. James A. Jerome, MP, Canada and Mr. K. Puttaswamy, Minister for Law, Labour and Parliamentary Affairs, Mysore, India, feeding the birds at the wildlife sanctuary, Currumbin, on Queensland’s Gold Coast, south of Brisbane.
Neg. Left to right: Shri Ram Sahai, India; The Hon. Sardar Darbara Singh, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, the Punjab; the Hon. Vernon Christie, Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, Victoria, Australia; and the Hon. William Garrett, President of the Legislative Council, Victoria; in the Legislative Council chamber, Melbourne.
Neg. Left to right: The Hon. Frank Wise, MLC, Western Australia; Mr Peter Molloy, secretary, United Kingdom branch, Commonwealth Parliamentary Association; the Hon. Charles Martinez, MP, British Honduras; the Hon. Joseph Hadson-Taylor, Minister of State and Leader of the House of Representatives, Sierra Leone; and Mr. Brian Jacques, of Australian Iron and Steel Pty. Ltd.; at Australian Iron and Steel plant, Kwinana, Western Australia.
Neg. Left to right: Mr. Kwaku Ntim, MP, Ghana; Mr. Samuel Okudzeto, MP, Ghana; the Hon. Isaac Omolo Okero, Minister for Health, Kenya; and Mr. John Harman, MLA, Western Australia; at Healesville wildlife sanctuary, Victoria, Australia.
Smithson has pencilled '2 21/12' at the top of the accompanying typescript.
200 x 150 mm. modern copies of original prints.
Illustration from W. Saville-Kent, 'The Great Barrier Reef of Australia' (London, 1893).
Smithson has pencilled '28/9' next to '19. Lighthouse painted with red light at night one higher up behind, mariners to get both in line to avoid reef'.
138 x 104 mm. A view showing part of the water frontage at Apia, with jungle and hills beyond.
157 x 102 mm. A view of the water-frontage at Apia similar to Y309B/42 but showing more coastline at the right of the picture.
196 x 142 mm. A view showing a small shaded graveyard with the graves of British and American seamen killed in the Civil War of 1899.
235 x 177 mm. Another photograph of the same graveyard, but taken in greater close-up than Y309C/52. This photograph is taken at an earlier date but in fact contains more graves. Some of the sailors were exhumed for reburial in a memorial tomb. Photograph stamped J. Davis, whose business was taken over by Tattersall in 1903.
200 x 142 mm. A view looking along a street in Apia, with Samoans in the street or sitting by the roadside. At the left of the picture stands the ‘Club Hotel’, with the ‘Tivoli’ visible at the end of the street.
196 x 139 mm. A view looking towards the shore from the harbour with the village stretching along the shoreline and jungle and hills beyond. Prominent on the shore is the stone church. Apia is situated on Upolu Island in Western Samoa and after Pango-Pango is the most important harbour in the Samoan Islands. See also Y309993A and Y309C.
200 x 124 mm. A view looking over a copra plantation, with a cross marked on the print in the middle of a clearing. Angel Hope Freeman was a senior Lieutenant on HMS ‘Tauranga’, which arrived in Samoa on the 24th March 1899. Freeman’s grave can be seen clearly in Y309C/53. Copyright registered 21 Aug. 1899.
A series of glass slides and transparencies of various universities, chiefly in Africa.
200 x 150 mm. Photograph showing apple pickers at work in an orchard.
A collection of lantern slides of Australia (plus one duplicate). 5-10 are marked 'Commonwealth of Australia' and have serial numbers. 12-22 are marked 'Department of Agriculture and Stock, Brisbane'.
195 x 150 mm. Showing a mound of apples stored on the verandah of a farmhouse.
205 x 145 mm. Showing two boys picking apples and filling boxes, with pony cart in background.
200 x 155 mm. A close up view of apples on a tree.
A series of slides showing the CCCS's work among rural communities in Australia.
Fifteen labelled but undated watercolours on gilt-edged card, each 105 x 165 mm.
233 x 191 mm. A view of the valley from a hillside, showing the river flowing through with workings on its banks. Araluen goldfield was discovered in 1851 but the main alluvial rush was from 1868-72. With the introduction of dredging in 1899 Araluen became the State's main source of dredged gold.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.