Found in 4946 Collections and/or Records:
A view of a dairy herd in a field, with farm buildings behind, and hills beyond.
350 x 274 mm. A view of the dairy herd in a field, with farm buildings behind, and hills beyond.
200 x 150 mm. A view across the city, with the sea to the right; looking towards King George Sound and with Bald Head in the distance.
200 x 150 mm. A duplicate print of Y3081B/30.
275 x 210 mm. A view looking down on the town from a slight rise with a hill beyond. Albany is situated about 250 miles by road S.E. of Perth and lies on the site of the first settlement in Western Australia. Its fine harbour (not visible in picture) was, before Fremantle harbour was constructed, the most important port of the west coast.
200 x 150 mm. Showing the rail bridge across the Brisbane River, completed in 1895, after the old bridge was destroyed in the flood of 1893. Indooroopilly is now a suburb of south-west Brisbane.
195 x 147 mm. A view looking across an ornamental pool and fountain towards City buildings in the background. Albert Park, formerly part of the Albert Barracks, is on the side of the hill that overlooks Queen Street and fills the curve formed by Bowen Street and Coburg Street.
195 x 145 mm. Photograph taken from farther back than Y3085D/7, facing in same direction, with the post office and shops now in background. This photograph was taken some time after Y3085D/7; a verandah has been added to the first floor frontage of the land office, and there are more telegraph poles along the pavement. Also evidence of some excavation in the road. Two traps stand in front of Dr. Mangelt’s house.
195 x 145 mm. A view looking along the street, unpaved like Palmerin Street. The Post Office is the stone building at the right, nearest the camera, and beyond that is the Land Office. Beyond the Land Office is the store of ‘Russell Wilkins and Co., Importers’.
345 x 262 mm. A view looking along the station platform, with railway employees posing for the photographer, and other workers gathered around a locomotive on the line.
260 x 200 mm. A view from the railway track towards the station, with the stationmaster and others on the platform, and a passenger train drawing in to the station. Aldgate lies between Crafters and Bridgwater in the Mount Lofty Ranges and the section of the railway to Aldgate was opened in March 1883, the last 21 miles of the line costing £20, 500 per mile to construct.
183 x 129 mm. A view of the hospital, a brick building with white stone facings situated in Commercial Road, Prahran. The hospital, the second in Melbourne, was built as a thanksgiving to commemorate the Duke of Edinburgh’s survival of the attempted assassination in Sydney in 1868. Prince Alfred laid the foundation stone in 1869, and the building was opened in 1871.
152 x 107 mm. A view showing two bearded prospectors working a rudimentary wooden slicing apparatus. Photograph by S.J. Becher. Negative No. 126.
350 x 274 mm. A view showing prospectors at work beside a crude sluice for separating the alluvial tin.
A view showing prospectors at work beside a crude sluice for separating the alluvial tin.
291 x 234 mm. A view showing a section of the American Court, with paintings on a gallery above and various models of organ on the ground floor.
287 x 233 mm. A view of the entrance to the main section of the American Court showing a horse-carriage, a safe, a weighing machine and other products.
195 x 145 mm. A view showing a row of armed American sailors standing behind a Gatling gun team at Mulinu’u Point.
288 x 235 mm. A view looking down an aisle between two long rows of mainly agricultural machinery.
152 x 200 mm. A view showing a man, a woman and a youth; the man is seated, holding a boomerang and has scars on his chest and arms, the woman and youth lying on the ground to one side beneath a bark windbreak.
152 x 195 mm. A frontal view of a seated man, with long hair and scars on his chest. Around him are arranged various plants and a shield. The man holds a cleft stick.
152 x 198 mm. A view showing an older man holding a shield and club.
200 x 152 mm. A portrait of a bearded man with scars on his chest and holding a cleft stick. Draped in front of him is a fishing net.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.