Found in 395 Collections and/or Records:
There are four main sets of photographs: jungle-dwelling Sakai men, a beach at Port Dickson, the Buckleys' bungalow at Swettenham Road, Kuala Lumpur, where they lived 1937-1940, and the Cameron Hills. These are followed by a number of individual photographs dating from the Buckleys' time in Malaya, with one taken in Australia. All of the photographs are in black-and-white.
A collection of photographs relating to agriculture in Queensland. They fall into three distinct groups of four prints: four sepia prints on flimsy paper, four glossy sepia prints on heavier paper, and (probably of a later date) four miscellaneous black and white prints.
Contains loose photographs, taken by the Brisbane Department of Agriculture and Stock to illustrate the industry and countryside of Queensland. Accompanied by a typed checklist dated 8 June 1910, from the Department of Agriculture and Stock, and listing 111 photographs, 47 of which are missing. Captions from the checklist have been copied onto backs of prints in blue crayon, and each print is stamped on reverse 'Department of Agriculture and Stock'.
280 x 225 mm. A view across wooded hills. Picnic Point is a mountain near Toowoomba, due west of Brisbane.
150 x 200 mm. View looking across forested treetops.
200 x 150 mm. Photograph showing a pile of ripe pineapples, with boxes behind.
[Mr Windham with a pineaple in his hand].
A collection of lantern slides of Australia (plus one duplicate). 5-10 are marked 'Commonwealth of Australia' and have serial numbers. 12-22 are marked 'Department of Agriculture and Stock, Brisbane'. The slides' captions have been used as titles and have been recorded as found.
Landscape format. [Showing wharf, with shed and railway trucks seen in 7528A and 7529 but from a distance and possibly from the ship] .
Album containing nine coloured (180 x 130 mm) and one black and white (205 x 135 mm) photographs of the Port of Brisbane, with printed captions. The album, which is not full, is a Saga self-adhesive album made in Japan. The first page reproduces the Charter and the Coat of Arms, with description (all in colour). The second page sets out brief facts about the Port's involvement in coal exports.
195 x 130 mm. The same building as photographed in Y3085C/10, but with an identical extension on the right of the picture, built in the intervening period. With a horse and cart in front of the building.
232 x 160 mm. A view of the new Post Office. The post office in Y3085C/10 is now the Post and Telegraph Offices. Built by John Petrie, the first mayor of Brisbane, the Post Office was completed in October 1872.
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.
200 x 150 mm. Showing ripe, harvested pumpkins under a rough thatched barn.
235 x 185 mm. A view of the street showing numerous pony traps and a stage coach on the right. This end of the street shows the tram lines, with a horse-drawn tram at the crown of the hill. Queen Street was the first thoroughfare in Brisbane to have tramways; the work was started in January 1885 and opened for general on traffic 12th August.
235 x 185 mm. A view down the hill along Queen Street, showing various shops (including a ‘Lithographers and bookbinders’ on the left) and with various kinds of horse carts and traps on the road including what were known as ‘Molly Maguires’, small two wheeled traps, with the seat set axle-wise.
Postcards showing views in Queensland.
Postcards showing views in Queensland.
Coloured and monochrome postcards, including six which were sent by The Royal Geographical Society of Australia, advertising monthly meetings (60-65).
Colour and black and white postcards, mainly of Queensland, including birds and animals of Australia.
These files include annual reports, accompanied in some cases by explanatory letters, reports of annual general meetings, statements of accounts and other papers.