New Zealand (nation)
Found in 1180 Collections and/or Records:
194 x 136 mm. A view looking along this wide city street, with tramlines and a horsetram in the distance, and offices and shops lining the road.
Uncaptioned mounted prints, measuring approximately 200 x 80 mm. These three photographs are a series of consecutive pictures showing the departure of two steampowered battleships, dressed overall with flags, from Waitemata Harbour. The precise occasion has not been determined.
Greetings card with montage of four scenes of the fire at Nelson Boys' College on the 7th December, 1904, and portrait of J.G.M. Jacobsen, builder 1850.
Appointment diaries for the years 1951, 1953-62, 1966 and 1970-75; and personal diary for 1955 .
Letters written by Fisher to Halford Mackinder describing his travels (circa 2,000 pages).
90 x 140 mm. Showing a man fishing beside a river.
Manuscript letters written by Harding on his overseas visits with the Royal Commission, 1913-1916; a typescript transcript of the letters, made in 1988, 1 volume; several pages of notes; and 'Royal Commonwealth Society library notes', nos 115, 117, 119, 121, 123, 125 and 127.
58 x 74mm. A view showing the two men in walking gear in the hills.
195 x 139 mm. A view showing the growth of the town outwards from the harbour. Small wooden houses line the road at the left of the picture, while buildings are starting to take hold along the roads leading up through the hills. Probably by William Meluish.
190 x 141 mm. A view taken from the hill overlooking Princes Street, and showing the waterfront. At the left a small part of the inadequate Dunedin jetty can be seen with Princes Street following the course of the waterfront. Probably by William Meluish. It was amongst the conglomeration of houses at the nearer end of the street that Meluish had his studio.
191 x 140 mm. A view looking down on the town centre, showing the grid pattern of its plan, with small domestic dwellings scattered on the hillsides outside the centre. The plan for Dunedin was drawn up by Charles Kettle, a veteran explorer of New Zealand, who arrived at Otago in 1846.
196 x 145 mm. A view showing Queen Street in the foreground with the city and harbour beyond.
Landscape format. Looking north and showing First Church [New Zealand].
Landscape format. Looking east to fountain.
Landscape format. Looking south.
190 x 139 mm. A view looking across the Sound with a small island in the middle distance and mountains in the background. Dusky Sound us 25 miles long and in the last century was a visiting place for sealers. It is now part of the Fiordland National Park.
A typescript 'to his Excellency the Governor General of New Zealand' (Lord Bledisloe), containing personal recollections written at Bledisloe's suggestion. The reminiscences begin with Morrow's arrival in New Zealand with his father in 1861, and include comments on government, land policy and the Maori Wars. The typescript is accompanied by 'Royal Commonwealth Society library notes', no. 51, March 1961, comprising a verbatim copy of the typescript with an introductory note.
72 x 70 mm. Seagulls on the beach, with the sea in the background.
Kelsey’s record of the tour includes two volumes of daily diaries, a photograph album, loose photographs, eight boxes of lantern slides, a map, and a file of ephemera.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.