Found in 2768 Collections and/or Records:
A wattle E.J.D discovered growin (sic) on the Victoria River and called after him by the Director of Kew Gardens 'Acacia Dunni', 1886 - 1920
191 x 198 mm. Showing Edward John Dunn standing beside two young wattle trees.
An interior view of a large warehouse filled with sacks of different grades of wool.
195 x 150 mm. A view of a warehouse interior, showing long lines of sacks overflowing with various types of wool. Negative number 2620.
242 x 178 mm. A view looking across to the Australian Agricultural Company’s second pit, with loaded railway trucks in the foreground and the colliery works and machinery beyond.
205 x 155 mm. A view of the arch, with the crowds in front and the Lamington Hotel behind.
Loose prints produced by the Australian Information Service. The printed captions on the reverse have been recorded as found.
Two original Zulu drawings dated March 1897 with descriptions on the reverse.
Five framed prints of engravings 'printed and sold by J.G. Austin & Co., No. 12, Bridge Street, Sydney'. The captions have been recorded as found and may include language which is offensive, inaccurate or inappropriate. They have been retained to reflect the context of the collection's creation.
150 x 198 m A very fine study of three women, the youngest of whom, at the right, holds a sleeping child on her lap.
152 x 193 mm. A view showing two seated women with two children lying on the ground to their left beneath a bark windbreak.
Book containing two portrait images.
250 x 165 mm. This bark painting from Australia's Northern Territory is shown by Aboriginal healers to young men on being accepted into society after their initiation rites. The painting indicates the paths that are taken by certain Aboriginal families into a central corroboree ground, in this case situated in the Whistle Duck country. Produced by the Australian Information Service.
250 x 165 mm. Produced by the Australian Information Service.
197 x 149 mm. A view showing a row of cottages leading down a slope to the lakeside, with Australian Aboriginal men and women (in European clothes) standing in front of their verandahs. Photographer possibly Charles Bayliss (Y308A/90).
152 x 107 mm. A view showing aboriginal palm prints stenciled ona rock face, probably in the shelter seen in the preceding plate. Photograph by W.D. Campbell. Negative No. 264.
105 x 150 mm. An Aboriginal Australian about to hurl a spear.
150 x 105 mm. A group of Aboriginal Australians wrestling, while one man wearing a kangaroo skin stands in the background.
150 x 105 mm. A continuation from Y3085J/20. Aboriginal Australians sit on the ground or stand, some with boomerangs, while a man in a kangaroo skin crouches with his back to the camera.
150 x 105 mm. Showing Aboriginal Australians with raised hands, with a man dressed in a kangaroo skin to their right.
150 x 105 mm. Showing Aboriginal Australians doing gymnastics, with men doing handstands over a line on their hands and feet.
150 x 105 mm. Showing Aboriginal Australians on their hands and knees, while a man in a kangaroo skin leaps between them.
205 x 130 mm Showing a line of Aboriginal Australians holding spears, boomerangs and painted shields.
205 x 130 mm. Showing a group of Aboriginal Australians in a semi-circle around a man wearing kangaroo skin. The sequence of photographs possibly represents a symbolic hunt, although Wallace, who describes the event in ‘The Web of Empire’, makes no specific mention of it.
155 x 110 mm. Photograph showing a mock fight between A. Meston (see Y3085J/18) and an Aboriginal Australian. Photograph blurred through movement.
140 x 82 mm. Portrait of four Aboriginal Australians, their bodies decorated with paint and holding spears, with similar figures in the background.