Found in 215 Collections and/or Records:
A view showing the German consulate, a single storey wooden building in the foreground, with another unidentified bungalow beyond. Print number 35.
Landscape format. T.S.S. Tofua in the distance. [Governor being rowed in long boat . Two men in white uniforms at the bow and umbrella held over man in the stern].
Landscape format. [The Cormorant].
100 x 57 mm. A view looking across the harbour, crowded with anchored sailing ships, with the waterfront premises of Apia partially visible in the background.
79 x 55 mm. oval print. A view looking out to sea from the beach, with sailing ships on the horizon. Photograph probably by J. Davis.
90 x 56 mm oval print. A view looking out to sea from a piece of fairly undistinguished coastline, probably near Apia. Photograph probably by J. Davis.
95 x 57 mm. A view looking across the bay towards the Apia waterfrontage. Photograph probably by J. Davis.
A view of Mata’afa’s thatched Samoan house, set in a clearing. Print number 28.
195 x 144 mm. A view showing ‘Royalist’ at the left of the picture, with smoke issuing from her guns, and ‘Porpoise’ to the right leaving the harbour. This bombardment took place on March 15th, 1899.
Coloured lantern slide showing a typical Samoan house, resting on stout wooden supports and open to the air at ground level, with a thick thatched roof; in front of the house stand a Samoan and a canoe. Print number 12.
A coloured lantern slide showing warriors posed with their rifles around huts and wooden fortifications during the Samoan Civil War of 1899.
A view showing two women asleep on the floor of a Samoan house, their heads resting on bamboo pillows. This print clearly shows the criss-cross structure of the wooden design. Print number 13.
154 x 107 mm. A view showing two unidentified figures seated in the drawing room, probably of the bungalow seen in Y309B/29-32.
155 x 108 mm. A photograph taken in the same room as Y309B/45, and showing a woman reading (Mrs Powell?) with a child (very blurred) seated at the table.
158 x 107 mm. A view showing stone ruins of some kind standing among jungle vegetation.
Shows the implements used in making Kava: the wooden bowl for mixing the masticated root, the half-coconut shell cup and the fibres used to strain the drink. Print number 8.
A view showing three Samoan girls mixing kava in a bowl. Print number 9.
57 x 99 mm. A photograph showing the Kava mixing bowl, a half-coconut shell cup and the fibre used for straining the liquor. See also Y309993A/8 and 9.
95 x 64 mm oval print. A view showing the kava mixing bowl, a half-coconut shell cup and kava root, placed on a table. (See also Y309993A/8 and 9).
Shows the young king in his coronation uniform. Malietoa Tanu, the Anglo-American candidate for the throne in the war of 1899, was only king for a short time. Crowned on 23 Mar. 1899, he left the next year after the partition of Samoa to continue his education in Fiji. A print of the slide is at Y309C/30.
A view looking over palm trees to the crater lake at Lanutoo. No print.
Landscape format. [Bags of copra in rowing boat below side of a ship].