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Views of Mount Morgan mine

  • F3464
  • Item
  • 1905-1907

Album of 15 black and white photographs (various sizes, mounted on boards).

Album [of photographic views of Sydney]

  • F3463
  • Item
  • 1876

Album of 24 albumen prints (20 x 25cm) mounted on boards. Views include public buildings, University of Sydney, some inner suburbs, and views of the bays.

Bernays, Lewis Adolphus

Samoa and Samoans

  • F3467
  • Item
  • [18--]? - [19--]?

Album of 53 sepia photographs of Samoan people and scenery, (20 x 15cm) mounted on board.

Kerry, Charles H. (Charles Henry), 1858-1928

Australian Aboriginal ceremonies

  • F3466
  • Item
  • [18--]? - [19--]?

Album of 53 albumen prints, (20 x 15cm) mounted on board.
Most of the photographs relate to Aboriginal ceremonies including corroborees. There are also photographs of groups from Upper Macleay River and Darling River. Also photographs of individuals including 'Wharangoo' from Tenterfield district, 'Boree' from Jervis Bay, 'Yendhah' girl from Tumot tribe, N.S.W., Aboriginal girl 'Brungle', Aboriginal warrior Bellinger River, and Aboriginal with Derri headress.

Kerry, Charles H. (Charles Henry), 1858-1928

Howie family album : [photograph album]

  • F3472
  • Item
  • [c1919]

Album of 92 sepia photographs mounted between boards, and 4 black and white loose photographs (various sizes).
Photographs include family and family outings to Mount Lofty in South Australia, Botanical Gardens in Adelaide, Glenelg Beach in South Australia, and Mount Tamborine, Queensland. One photograph of a woman is accompanied by an envelope with the name Miss Morton.

Howie family

Album of studio portraits from various studios in Australia and overseas

  • F3477
  • Item
  • 18--

87 sepia photographs (19 x 13 cm and smaller) loose mounted between board. Photographs have no captions.
Photographic studios include: Albert Lomer Brisbane, American Photo and Watch Repairing Tamworth, B. Boake Sydney, Batchelder & Co Melbourne, Biggingee Sorabjee Pochee Ipswich, Brand Sydney, Brown & Bailey, C. Roggenkamp Warwick, Carl Sydney, Collis Canterbury, David Scott Sydney, E. B. Cardell Roma, E. Rusfeldt Sydney, Frisco Photo Co. (G. A.Tissington Manager), G. H. Nicholas Sydney, G. H. Spragg West Maitland, Geo L. Massingham Toowoomba, H. Poulsen Warwick, J. Audet Sydney, J. Hubert Newman Sydney, J. Roarty Sydney, J. T. Gorus Sydney, L. Suscirj Roma (Italy), Lock & Whitfield 178 Regent Street [Sydney]?, Lomers Sydney, M. Moss West Maitland, Marquis Brisbane, Metcalfe & Millington, Newman and Co. Sydney, Page & Murray Roma, Poul C. Poulsen Brisbane and Maryborough, R. J. Cottell Roma Qld., Raphael Tuck and Sons London, Shelton Brothers Ipswich, Stewart & Co. Melbourne, Westfield & Co. Calcutta, and W. H. Schroeder George St Haymarket.

Visit to Queensland of H.R.H. Duke of Gloucester, December 1934

  • F3474
  • Item
  • 1934

Album of 120 black and white photographs aranged chronologically.
Photographs show the Duke of Gloucester conducting official duties during his visit to Queensland in 1934. Places featured include: Wallangarra, Stanthorpe, Warwick, Clifton, Toowoomba, Gatton (including Agricultural College), Laidley, Rosewood, Ipswich, central Brisbane, Cleveland, Wynnum, R.N.A. Exhibition Grounds, University of Queensland, Bowen Park (Brisbane), Rosemount Repatriation Hospital, Archerfield Aerodrome, Dalgety's Wharf, and H.M.A.S. Australia on the Brisbane River. Photographs of Archerfield Aerodrome show the Duke dispatching the first airmail of the Australia-Great Britain Service.

Bond, George

Photograph album of photographic views of South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales, together with official invitations to celebrations of the opening of the first Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia

  • F3469
  • Item
  • [190-]?

Album of sepia photographs, accompanied by invitations to Alderman and Mrs C. Wells to attend celebrations marking the opening of the first Parliament of the Commonwealth of Australia, 1901; pamphlets concerning the University of Adelaide Union and medical school and the Pioneers' Association of South Australia; some woodcut prints (black and white); reprints; and black and white photographs of two men, one C. Wells and the other unidentified.

Wells, C.

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