Found in 4946 Collections and/or Records:
208 x 160 mm. A view showing a jetty in the foreground on the North Shore, and the city of Auckland (with Mt. Eden in the background) across Waitemata Harbour. Photographer unknown.
Landscape format. [View of Abattoir as seen in 7040].
Landscape format. [Water lost in the mists].
288 x 224 mm. A view looking across Northcote Harbour with wharves and shipping in the foreground. The spit of land opposite is the north shore, which ends at Devonport (out of picture). The mountain visible on the horizon is the extinct volcanic island of Rangitoto.
200 x 139 mm. A view looking along Grafton Street, which runs down towards the port and across Waitemata Harbour towards the North Shore. Beyond the North Shore, Rangitoto can be seen on the skyline. Photograph by Beattie and Sanderson, Auckland. (Protected 10.8.97).
202 x 152 mm. A view looking down from the slopes of Mt. Eden showing the city, Waitemata Harbour, the North Shore, and in the distance the island of Rangitoto. Photograph by Josiah Martin.
291 x 190 mm. A view taken from woodland near the south shore of the bay looking across Northcote harbour. The spit of land opposite is Devonport, beyond which rises the extinct volcanic island of Rangitoto. A clipper with graceful lines can be seen at the left of the picture.
Landscape format. [From Trig Hill].
360 x 265 mm. A view looking across part of the city, with allotments and gardens in the foreground and commercial buildings beyond. Queen Street runs across the picture in the centre, with the harbour in the background.
199 x 137 mm. A view looking down from a hillside, over houses and gardens towards the harbour, with the opposite shore (probably the North Shore) visible in the distance.
275 x 220 mm. Showing the unsurfaced road, curving down among the hills, with a pony trap on the road.
152 x 108 mm. A close-up view of the entrance to a small cave (see previous plate) showing the structure of the hillside (with boulders embedded in the sedimentary rock) in the foreground. Photograph by S.J. Becher. Negative No. 128.
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.
When the RES Headquarters was rebuilt in 1934-36, gifts of timber for panelling and furnishing were obtained from Empire Governments, companies and individuals. Many were destroyed during the bombing of 1941 and replacement gifts were received. This file coordinates pre and post-war correspondence.
Postcards showing views in Australia.
A series of slides showing the CCCS's work among rural communities in Australia.
235 x 182 mm.
The Royal Tour souvenir and Christmas number of the journal.
A view showing the Three Sisters, the outcrops of rock which stand over the Jamieson Valley.
A view showing woods beside a path in the Blue Mountains.
A view showing an unidentified house and garden in Katoomba.
A view showing a settler's cabin in the bush.
A view showing partially cleared land, with a pony trap in the background.
A view showing a settler's small cabin with a bark roof.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.