Pitcairn (dependent state)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Twelve black and white photographs of Smedley's visit to the Pitcairn Islands (with brief captions), five colour postcards of the Pitcairns and two of Tahiti.
75 x 45mm. A view of Pitcairn Island from the sea. The island was first discovered by the British in 1767 and was settled in 1790 by mutineers from the 'Bounty' and Polynesians from Tahiti.
74 x 56mm. A view showing a group of four Islanders on board the 'Ionic'.
71 x 51mm. A view showing three crowded boats approaching the ship.
Archives relating to Smedley's service as High Commissioner in New Zealand and concurrently Governor of Pitcairn Island and High Commissioner in Western Samoa (1977-80).
Diaries, official papers, correspondence and photographs