Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:
197 x 150 mm. An exterior view of this conservatory, a large wooden construction built from slats in order to let in light while giving protection against wind.
206 x 138 mm. A view looking past a white wooden fence down a roadway lined with elms.
205 x 160 mm. A view of a curve in the river, with ferns and trees on either bank.
Colour and monochrome postcards.
Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, Canberra, Sept. to Oct. 1981: Seewoosagur Ramgoolam, Tan Sri Muhamad Ghazali Shafie and M.V. Molapo at the executive opening session, 1981
249 x 189 mm.
207 x 152 mm. A view showing a curve in a woodland road, the road itself being constructed from planks of timber laid side by side, with foundations made from piles of wood. For a view of a corduroy bridge in New South Wales, see Y3086U/25.
156 x 206 mm. A view of those picturesque falls taken from below, with woodland on either side.
201 x 150 mm. A view of fern-bearing trees among thick woodland, with two men posing for the camera.
233 x 288 mm. A view showing the entrance to the Tasmanian Court, with metals, stone, timber and a case of stuffed fish on display.
145 x 95 mm.
202 x 154 mm. A view from the lakeside of what is possibly Lake King, showing a jetty and rowing boats and the lake beyond.
100 x 148 mm. A view showing one end of the carved wooden prayer house, with carved heads hanging on the outside and potted plants placed in front.
101 x 147 mm A view showing the elaborate wooden carvings on the back of the house.
Monochrome postcards depicting mainly buildings and the Botanical Gardens in Melbourne.
198 x 153 mm. A view showing men on a jetty packing fish into wicker baskets, with the lake behind.
204 x 153 mm. A view looking over densely wooded hilly land, with farm buildings in a gully in the foreground.
198 x 137 mm. A view in a woodland clearing, showing three men posing at their campsite in front of their tent.
140 x 85 mm. Auckland Geddes served as British Ambassador to the United States.
208 x 157 mm. A view of the falls, with thick woodland all around.
207 x 157 mm. A view showing the base of this large tree, with two figures standing beside it. Presumably the tree is some kind of eucalypt, although the dimensions appear to be wildly exaggerated: ‘The Australian Encyclopaedia’ gives 375 feet as the highest certified tree found in Australia, and the other measurements would appear to be equally dubious.
Postcards showing scenes in Victoria.
Tinted postcards of St. Andrew's Church, the First Congregational Church, a YMCA building and the Post Office and Customs House in Victoria. Published by P.N.C. Glosso Series (150-152) and Edward H. Mitchell, San Francisco (153).
Album of mostly 80 x 54 mm prints. There is a brief list describing items 1-98, which document the trip from Southampton to South Africa, travel in South Africa, and the visit to Southern Rhodesia. Many photos do not appear in the exact numerical order given in the listing. The rest of the images are uncaptioned, but their general locations have been identified by reference to the diary RCMS 353/1.
183 x 120 mm. Showing the wooden bridge which spans Sailors’ Creek. In the foreground two prospectors can be seen on the bank of the creek beside their gold sluices.