New Zealand (nation)
Found in 1180 Collections and/or Records:
[Visible at far end of path lined by palm trees].
183 x 248 mm. A view of the Queen Street façade of the New Zealand Bank, with three figures standing beside the front entrance. This attractive building was designed by Leonard Terry of Melbourne, and built between 1865 and 1867.
140 x 200 mm. Photographer’s copyright statement and catalogue number etched into foot of photograph: ‘WAIMANGU BASIN. ILES PHOTO. ROTORUA. PROTECTED. 4.09.03’.
205 x 142 mm. A view from the shore looking out towards the Bay, with islands dimly visible in the distance. The Bay of Islands is a ‘drowned river’ system containing about 150 small islands which lies on the east coast of North Auckland between Whangerei and Whangaroa. The first European to visit it was Captain Cook in 1769, and in the nineteenth century it became a watering place for whalers.
197 x 143 mm. A view from the cliffs above a beach, looking out into the bay which is dotted with islands, towards mountains in the distance. The Bay of Islands is a drowned river system containing about 150 islands which lies on the east coast of North Auckland between Whangerei and Whangaroa. The first European to visit it was Captain Cook in 1769, and in the nineteenth century it became a watering place for whalers.
242 x 184 mm. A view looking across a field with farm buildings at the right of the picture and the Bay, studded with islands beyond. The Treaty of Waitangi was signed by Captain William Hobson (on the British Government's behalf) and a gathering of Maori chiefs, on February 6, 1840, establishing Crown Sovereignty (with 'extreme reluctance') over the already widely settled islands of New Zealand.
138 x 78 mm. A postcard (original photograph) showing a fishing scene on Lake Taupo. Painted onto the negative over the original scene are huge trout jumping from the water. Photograph by Iles, Rotorua.
53 x 52 mm. Mud with trees in the background, probably photographed at the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand.
74 x 58 mm. A view looking across a lunar-landscape of dried mud craters.
74 x 56 mm. A view looking down on bubbling mud in a pool.
74 x 57mm. A view showing a boiling pool, with steam rising from it.
57 x 74mm. A view looking down on a boiling stream, with a geyser and mineral formations on the far bank.
A collection of scrapbooks containing press cuttings, correspondance, photographs, tickets, invitations, menus and programmes.
350 x 250 mm. No print.
[No print]. Missing.
139 x 193 mm. A view from the bottom of the falls looking up the cliff face, with a man standing at the side of the falls.
Landscape format. [Also shows tram bus, horse and carriage, pedestrians and a few on bicycles].
74 x 57 mm. A view showing a young Maori sitting in a natural hot pool.
74 x 57mm. A view showing a party of boys walking over the rocks at Rotorua, with a steaming pool in the foreground.
74 x 59mm. A view looking seawards at Kaikoura, which lies on the north-east coast of the South Island.
74 x 42mm. A View showing a party of boys walking across the glacier with mountains in the background.
43 x 61 mm. A view showing a roped party of boys climbing across the Tasman Glacier.
74 x 56mm. Showing jagged rocks and rough water at Breaker Bay.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.