Found in 4945 Collections and/or Records:
A view showing sheep grazing in partially cleared woodland.
A view showing a makeshift cricket pitch in the bush.
A view showing a man of mixed-race standing in a clearing with bush beyond.
A view showing mountainous scenery near Katoomba.
A view showing an unidentified house and garden in Katoomba.
A view looking towards the flat-topped Mt Solitary from the Narrow Neck Peninsula.
A view looking along the Narrow Neck Peninsula which lies south of Katoomba.
A view showing the thin trickle of water dropping over the Wentworth Falls.
A view looking over the Wentworth Falls.
A view showing felled timber stacked in piles ready for transportation.
Minutes, correspondence and reports for Conferences held in 1948, 1956, 1962, 1968-75, 1977, 1979, 1981 and 1983. This section also includes a file of correspondence covering relations between the society and its Australian branches.
A view showing partially cleared and fenced-off land.
A view showing the tiny railway station at Mornington Junction, with merchandise and a few travellers on the platform and small wooden station buildings in the background.
A view showing two men standing in front of a brick house.
Material related to the society's reaction to Australian Prime Minister J.H. Scullin's negotiations to secure the appointment of Sir Isaac Isaacs (an Australian) as Governor-General.
A view looking along a street in Newcastle towards the docks, with an unidentified tower (? The railway station) on the right hand side.
A view showing the landward section of the (?) Northern breakwater at Newcastle.
A view looking along the wharves towards Nobby's Head in the distance.
A view looking along an unidentified tree-lined street in Newcastle.
A view looking along an unidentified street in Newcastle with tramlines, and pony-traps parked on the far side.
A view looking towards a small wooden house with fields beyond.
A view showing two men (W.D. at left) standing in front of farm buildings.
A view showing two men (W.D. at left) and a dog posed in front of a fruit tree.
Also described as: 'The Roaring Forties and Australia 1908'.