Found in 4945 Collections and/or Records:
196 x 150 mm. A view of a wheat field in a valley, showing the horse-drawn reaper and binder at work in the foreground, with uncut wheat to the left and harvested stooks to the right. Negative number 853.
204 x 139 mm. A view showing a small, tree-lined river, with two horses standing midstream. Part of some farm building are visible behind trees at the right of the picture.
287 x 186 mm. A view showing the river curving into the foreground of the picture, with thick woods reaching down to the water’s edge. In the foreground a man kneels by the water.
206 x 139 mm. A view across a small river showing farm buildings on a slightly raised plateau above the water.
205 x 139 mm. Another view, taken from across the river and showing the same farm photographed in Y3083B/6, with buildings on the skyline.
156 x 109 mm. A view along an unidentified country road in Samoa, lined with palm trees. Possibly the Tivoli Road, on the way to Vailima.
135 x 90 mm.
204 x 137 mm. A view showing a rowing boat, with two men and two children, near the bank of a wide river. The river is unidentified, but possibly the Victoria River.
138 x 102 mm. A view showing a young Samoan boy standing beside a jungle river.
110 x 165 mm. Three-quarter length photograph of a young woman, apparently on the deck of a ship. 'A Samoan Tapu' (young woman) is pencilled on the mount.
200 x 152 mm. A view showing a group of mill-workers sitting posed for the camera on a pile of tree trunks, with the sawmill in the background. Negative number 1688.
76 x 56mm. A view looking along the village street, with hills in the background
A view of two men, with horses and dogs, climbing across a snowfield on the mountain. Mount Kosciusko, at 7,316 ft. is the highest mountain in Australia, and its snows feed several important rivers, among them the Snowy River.
204 x 152 mm. A view looking over a small pool towards fenced-off fields with a farmstead beyond standing on a small rise.
200 x 135 mm. A view of a small steamboat on an unidentified river. As the boat is called ‘Victoria’ this might indicate that the river is the Victoria River, the longest in the Northern Territory.
199 x 147 mm. A view showing Maori women receiving guests at a mourning ceremony. The tangi was a form of ritualized weeping that took place after a death, but also possessed a more general significance: the mourners would be lamenting all who had died, and a form of tangi was also employed by people meeting again after a long absence.
83 x 55 mm. An amateur snapshot showing a group of Tongans about to perform a dance.
156 x 113 mm. A view showing trees growing in a clearing, with houses in the background.
365 x 265 mm. No print.
[No print]. Painting only.
Kauri Gumfields: North Island: New Zealand. [Showing man in a suit standing by lump of gum].
285 x 165 mm. A rather darkly printed black and white photograph looking towards South Adelaide from Montefiore Hill, with the Adelaide Oval at the bottom of the hill. An almost identical viewpoint to Y3082A/13, although taken from a higher position. The towers of the Post Office and Town Hall can be seen right of centre, with the Mount Lofty Ranges encircling the town.
An undated print of an engraving made for C.T. Middleton's 'A new and complete system of geography' (2 vols, London, 1778-1779).
1016 x 230 mm. A panoramic view composed of four joined photographs, cloth-backed. Taken from the hill behind Port Moresby, with villages and boats in the foreground. Anchored in the bay, behind the island, is H.M.S. Nelson. Mr Goldie's store is at the extreme left, above the village; at right is Ethel Island, with Elizabeth Islands behind and Mourilyan Island at the right background. Paga Point is seen in the centre background.