Found in 134 Collections and/or Records:
186 x 179 mm. A profile of Wapperty taken two years before her death. Bonwick saw Wapperty in 1859, some six years before this photograph was taken, (Bonwick, p. 279).
The water butt by the line.
187 x 97 mm. A view looking across Sullivan’s Cove showing the New Wharf and part of Salamanca Place, with a small steamer moored in the foreground and sailing ships moored at the new wharf.
185 x 179 mm. A full-faced portrait of William Lanne looking to one side of the camera. Lanne for many years worked on whaling ships out of Hobart Town and died in February 1869 of cholera contracted on his return from a whaling voyage. For further information on his life see Bonwick, pp. 394-95.
Programmes, guides, journals and one map relating to the Royal Visits to Jamaica, Fiji, New Zealand, Australia, Ceylon, Aden, Uganda, Malta and Gibraltar. There is also a report of Barclays Bank D.C.O. Much of the material relates to the tour of Australia.
178 x 98 mm. A view looking out across the lawn of Government House towards the Derwent, with a three-masted ship in the river and more shipping berthed in the bay beneath Government House.
[Crowd standing on the platform].