Found in 215 Collections and/or Records:
158 x 106 mm. Showing Powell’s two children in the garden, and two other figures.
A view of a half-completed house, showing the wooden roof structure partially laid over with a palm thatch. Print number 11.
201 x 146 mm. A view showing a circle of dancing Samoans with European spectators in the background. This page of the album also contains two paper clippings concerning German reactions to the Anglo-American action in Samoa, and demanding compensation for the bombardment of Apia.
A full length studio portrait of an unidentified Samoan girl wearing a small headdress and a flax skirt. She was Tamasese’s wife (see Y309C, introduction). Print number 5.
99 x 60 mm. A view looking along the coastline, with Apia and Mount Vaea in the distance. Photograph probably by J. Davis.
A studio photograph showing a cocoanut flower in a vase. Print number 14.
58 x 99 mm. A view showing a Samoan standing on a path beside coconut palms.
58 x 99 mm. A view showing a bunch of ripening coconuts hanging on a tree.
195 x 139 mm. A view showing three Samoans removing the kernels from a large pile of coconuts.
Smithson has pencilled '28/11' next to '20. View from tower'.
A collection of loose modern prints measuring approximately 245 x 180 mm. This prints were copied from an album containing 53 prints compiled during the voyage. Included with the prints are xeroxes of the original explanatory captions. The R.Y.S. 'St George' was owned by Ernest James Wythes (1868-1949); the compiler and/or photographer has not been identified.
190 x 237 mm. Photographer’s copyright statement and catalogue number engraved into foot of photograph: 'A.J. TATTERSALL. PHOTO. SAMOA'.
No corresponding print.
A view of stone ruins of some kind among jungle vegetation. No print, but there is one at Y309B/89.
This file contains expressions of gratitude for the Smedleys’ services and material relating to celebrations marking their departure from New Zealand, including expenses for various farewell functions; lists of gifts given and received; and programmes for farewell visits to Taranaki, Manawatu, Palmerston North, Levin, Wanganui, New Plymouth, South Island, Samoa and North Island (circa 50 sheets).
A coloured view showing a man sitting in a wooden canoe in a Samoan river with a long fishing rod attached to the side of the boat. Print number 18.
Smithson has pencilled '24/11' next to '50. Fishing in harbour. Apia'.
139 x 192 mm. A full length portrait of a Samoan girl, wearing a mat skirt and standing in front of a palm thatch house.
149 x 107 mm. A view showing three unidentified Europeans and a child in the garden adjoining the bungalow. The child is probably either Powell’s daughter or son being held by the nurse (see Y309B/35).
149 x 107 mm. A view showing three unidentified Europeans and a child in the garden adjoining the bungalow. The child is probably either Powell’s daughter or son being held by the nurse (see Y309B/35). Probably taken on the same occasion as Y309B/31.
A view from the roadway, looking towards the two storey wooden building of the German Governor. Print number 34.
A view showing the ‘Adler’ with shattered hull, lying on her side in shallow water.
A view showing a group of Samoans digging on the beach for water, and carrying coconut shell containers for transportation. Print number 7.