Western Australia (state)
Found in 199 Collections and/or Records:
200 x 150 mm. Showing field on a slope in background planted with apple trees, with fields and two horses in front.
200 x 145 mm. Showing piles of bales on the jetty, while a horse-drawn trolley carries more along a rail line. Derby, situated inside King Sound, is one of the main exporting stations for cattle and sheep from the north-west districts of Western Australia.
250 x 165 mm. Produced by the Australian Information Service.
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.
152 x 107 mm. A view looking north from a small stone cave. Photograph W.D. Campbell. Negative No. 263.
151 x 108 mm. A view showing actinolite outcrops on a hillside on the Nullagine Road ten miles south of Marble Bar. The outcrops take the form of clusters of sharp pencilled shaped rock (probably green hornblende) projecting from the hillside. Photograph by S.J. Becher. Negative No. 129.
200 x 150 mm. A view across the city, with the sea to the right; looking towards King George Sound and with Bald Head in the distance.
200 x 150 mm. A duplicate print of Y3081B/30.
275 x 210 mm. A view looking down on the town from a slight rise with a hill beyond. Albany is situated about 250 miles by road S.E. of Perth and lies on the site of the first settlement in Western Australia. Its fine harbour (not visible in picture) was, before Fremantle harbour was constructed, the most important port of the west coast.
152 x 107 mm. A view showing two bearded prospectors working a rudimentary wooden slicing apparatus. Photograph by S.J. Becher. Negative No. 126.
A translation of the Dutch account, published in 1647, of the wreck of the 'Batavia' on the Abrolhos Islands and subsequent events of 1628-1629 (85 pages). Some extracts from Saville-Kent's 'A naturalist in Australia' have been added, and there are four pages of illustrations taken from the Dutch account.
500 x 155 mm. A view from closer-up of the same house and orchard as Y3081B/59.
Neg. Left to right: The Hon. Frank Wise, MLC, Western Australia; Mr Peter Molloy, secretary, United Kingdom branch, Commonwealth Parliamentary Association; the Hon. Charles Martinez, MP, British Honduras; the Hon. Joseph Hadson-Taylor, Minister of State and Leader of the House of Representatives, Sierra Leone; and Mr. Brian Jacques, of Australian Iron and Steel Pty. Ltd.; at Australian Iron and Steel plant, Kwinana, Western Australia.
200 x 150 mm. Photograph showing apple pickers at work in an orchard.
195 x 150 mm. Showing a mound of apples stored on the verandah of a farmhouse.
205 x 145 mm. Showing two boys picking apples and filling boxes, with pony cart in background.
200 x 155 mm. A close up view of apples on a tree.
152 x 108 mm. A close-up view of the entrance to a small cave (see previous plate) showing the structure of the hillside (with boulders embedded in the sedimentary rock) in the foreground. Photograph by S.J. Becher. Negative No. 128.
152 x 107 mm. A view showing a sheer rockface containing a vertical stratum of baked slate (?sheared porphyrite) in a quarry in the Kalgoorlie District. Photograher E.S. Simpson. Negative No. 60.
205 x 140 mm. A view over the valley, with farm settlements and fields.
200 x 145 mm. Looking down between two lines of pear trees. Location, on reverse of print, illegible.
205 x 150 mm. Showing wheat growing in marshy ground, with wooded land behind.
152 x 107 mm. A view showing prospectors standing beside the boring machinery at Kanowna. Photograph by W.D. Campbell. Negative No. 49.
A Ph.D. thesis for the London School of Economics, University of London, 385 pages.
152 x 108 mm. A view showing a large bullock team and wagon standing in a woodland clearing in the Pilbara area. Photograph by W.D. Campbell. Negative No. 542.
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