Kalgoorlie (inhabited place)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
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.
152 x 107 mm. A view showing prospectors standing beside the boring machinery at Kanowna. Photograph by W.D. Campbell. Negative No. 49.
200 x 150 mm. A view directly down the street, with telegraph poles, and a level crossing. Hannan Street is named after Paddy Hannan who in 1893 discovered the gold that led to the great Kalgoorlie gold rushes of the nineties.
152 x 107 mm. A view from 'Serpentine Bay' looking over the dry lake bed towards the peridotite outcrop. Photograph by W.D. Campbell. Negative No. 50.
A view showing a tall quartzite outcrop (shaped like a tall termites' nest) among scrubland at Mount Hunt. Photograph W.D. Campbell. Negative No. 54.
152 x 97 mm. A view showing seven types of rounded stones which have the appearance of man-made artefacts: 'these are not artefacts, but a natural phenomenon; they are now referred to as tektites. Their origin is still controversial. The photograph was published as plate VII of GSWA Bulletin 6, where individual locations are given'. Photograph by Greehams Studio. Negative No. 65.
152 x 107 mm. A view showing prospectors standing beside the well at the Waterfall Gold Mine. Photograph by W.D. Campbell. Negative No. 48.