Found in 215 Collections and/or Records:
194 x 141 mm. A view showing two men posing for the camera among palm trees and grass huts. Pango-Pango, with its fine natural harbour, is situated at the southern end of the island of Tutuila, American Samoa. See also Y309993A/46-53.
156 x 110 mm. A view showing a group of Samoans, probably copra workers, in a fenced-off open space in a village.
A view showing the large wooden craft. This boat was the last war canoe in existence, and was presented to the German Emperor. Print number 19.
57 x 99 mm. A studio portrait of a Samoan male seated and holding a serrated club.
58 x 99 mm. A studio portrait of a kneeling Samoan man holding a club similar to that seen in Y309B/76.
58 x 98 mm. A studio portrait of a Samoan woman, carrying a (fishing?) net over her shoulder.
140 x 192 mm. A portrait of five Samoan women and girls of varying ages standing in front of a house.
202 x 140 mm. A very similar view to Y3089D/83 with the same figures standing in the same positions, but taken from a greater distance and showing the whole of the house behind them.
100 x 58 mm. A view showing a shallow river, with Samoans standing in the river, and two manning a small outrigger canoe.
A view showing armed warriors posed outside low sandbag fortifications. Print number 30.
A view showing fishing craft in Apia harbour. The wreck at the right of the picture is probably one of the boats destroyed in the hurricane of 1889 (see Y309993A(LS)/24-26). Print number 20.
125 x 105 mm.
140 x 195 mm.
100 x 58 mm. A view looking along the curve of the beach with a few houses visible and Mount Vaea rising in the background.
See print 31, Armed natives at Mulinu’u,
240 x 175 mm black and white photograph showing Taufaʻahau Tupou IV with Smedley at Apia.
150 x 210 mm. View of Robert Louis Stevenson's tomb on Mount Vaea, Samoa.
200 x 146 mm. A view looking towards the hill behind Apia on which Stevenson is buried, with a river, palm trees and two Samoans in the foreground. Stevenson’s hill is very faded in this print.
138 x 103 mm. A view looking along an unsurfaced side street in Apia, with Samoans standing in the roadway. On the right can be seen the premises of the photographer J. Davis. Another print of the same photograph occurs at Y309B/59.
136 x 103 mm. A similar street scene to Y309B/50, with the ‘Motel zum Stadt-Hamburg’ on the left. Another print of the same photograph occurs at Y309B/67.
99 x 58 mm.
98 x 57 mm. A similar street scene to Y309B/50, with the ‘Motel zum Stadt-Hamburg’ on the left. A duplicate print of Y309B/52.
A view showing Samoans, and three Europeans in white uniforms, gathered in the village square for a Talolo, or ceremonial distribution of food. The ceremony itself is taking place in the background of the picture, partially obscured by trees. Print number 38.
200 x 145 mm. A view showing Tamasese sitting on the ground, with rifles in front of him, and Samoans sitting around. British sailors stand on the veranda of the building in the background. Copyright registered 21 Oct. 1899.
200 x 142 mm. A view showing the hall and staircase in the new Vailima. The photograph shows Robert Louis Stevenson leaning against the staircase, Fanny Stevenson (blurred) seated and holding a lute, Lloyd Osborne (Fanny Stevenson’s son by a previous marriage) sitting beside a piano, and Joe Strong (Fanny Stevenson’s son-in-law) standing behind the piano. Photograph signed ‘Andrew’.