Found in 4946 Collections and/or Records:
152 x 200 mm. A view of a bearded young man, seated and holding a rifle.
150 x 196 mm. A view of a seated man, with scars and holding a boomerang, with a large snake on the ground in front of him.
152 x 197 mm. A seated man, showing him carving a boomerang with a small axe.
148 x 198 mm. A posed view of a woman, holding a cleft stick as seen in Plate 106, and with scars on her arms.
150 x 199 mm. A head and shoulders portrait of a woman wearing a white fur headpiece.
An appreciation of the life of William French (1897-1960) soldier, naturalist and adventurer extraordinaire
215 x 265 mm. An unidentified pictorial scene showing a river with thickly wooded banks.
197 x 150 mm. An exterior view of this conservatory, a large wooden construction built from slats in order to let in light while giving protection against wind.
Monochrome postcards (original photographs) of an unidentified Australian town, photographed by James Morton Junior.
Showing the Hochstetter Ice Falls.
175 x 152 mm. The caption continues, 'built by the Ifugaos, which are carved out of the mountainside, in the Mountain Province of central Luzon. Some 400 sq. kms of rice are cultivated in this area'.
A translation of the Dutch account, published in 1647, of the wreck of the 'Batavia' on the Abrolhos Islands and subsequent events of 1628-1629 (85 pages). Some extracts from Saville-Kent's 'A naturalist in Australia' have been added, and there are four pages of illustrations taken from the Dutch account.
Published by Thomas Kelly, London, undated.
180 x 135 mm.
500 x 155 mm. A view from closer-up of the same house and orchard as Y3081B/59.
57 x 63 mm. A full length portrait of a young Maori woman.
205 x 154 mm. A print consisting of 18 small photographs printed together. On the left side are nine portraits of 'modern' Maoris, although all are still wearing traditional costume and many are tattooed; on the righthand side are nine older photographs of 'ancient' Maoris, mainly older men, more heavily tattooed.
205 x 145 mm. First of a series of five photographs taken from the same viewpoint showing the ceremony of laying the foundation stone of the Cathedral Church of St John the Evangelist. The foundation stone at the right, with churchmen and choir in centre. The Duke and Duchess have just arrived, and onlookers raise their hats as they pass by.
205 x 145 mm. The ceremony in progress. The Duke bends over the stone and applies mortar, while the Duchess stands to his right with umbrella. The Bishop of Brisbane stands next to the Duke. (Bishop William Thomas Thornhill Webber, 1837 - 1903).
205 x 140 mm. A hymn is sung while the stones are joined.
205 x 145 mm. The end of the ceremony, with children filing away. This is in fact the last in the series and should be preceded by Y3085J/16.
205 x 145 mm. The Duke and Duchess sit to the right of the foundation stone, during an address by the Bishop of Brisbane.
138 x 200 mm. Photographer’s copyright statement and catalogue number etched into foot of photograph: ‘ILES PHOTO. 54. THAMES. N.Z’.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.