15 Archival description results for Oceania (continent)
- [ca. 1880]
Item is a cream cabinet card with brown letterpress at bottom, "Duryea/ 158a Rundle Street,/ ADELAIDE." Photograph is of an infant of about 1 year old seated on an upholstered chair with furs draped on the back. The child wears a lace dress, cape and bonnet and black patent leather shoes with bows. On verso, also in brown letterpress, "From the/ STUDIO/ of/ T. Duryea/ ARTIST IN PHOTOGRAPHY/ No 158a Rundle Street/ ADELAIDE/ PORTRAITS ENLARGED AND FINISHED IN OIL,/ WATER COLOR OR CRAYON./ Additional copies obtainable at reduced rates." Handwritten in pencil at the top right and then crossed out "191" and just to the left of that, "221".
Studio of T. Duryea
- July-August 1986
Item is a colour print featuring an image of three men standing with diving tanks labelled "Ektachrome 100". Printed around the image reads "The Kodak Diving Team / Merry Christmas and a / 'Vericolorful' New Year / When your life depends on it...Ektachrome". The verso features a label that notes the date and issue, with subject info "Kodak Diving Team from Australia, with special printed Ektachrome tanks." It was printed on page 8 of Vol. 1 No. 3 of In Focus.
Kodak Canada Inc.
- ca. 1905
Item consists of a light grey card with photograph of two women, one seated and one standing, on a fallen tree that has had wooden railings attached to it to make it serve as a bridge. Handwritten in pencil on the back of the card, "$10.00".
- ca. 1900
Item consists of a light grey card with photograph of two women and a man, one seated and two standing, on a fallen tree that has had wooden railings attached to it to make it serve as a bridge. Handwritten in pencil on the back of the card, "$10.00/ Dr. William Zeal/ and Mrs. Crawford."
white christmas card with photo pasted inside. Image is of a building and cars on street, in tropical locale. Front cover caption: "Christmas Greetings." also, coat of arms with "greetings from fiji" in gold letters. Inside left caption: "May the joys of the xmas season remain with you throughout the coming year" INscription: "G.F. & J.C. Ewing." Inside right: photo and inscription: "Cable Office, Suva."
- [ca. 1850-1992]
File consists of stereographs depicting structures, famous locations, and scenes from Australia, New Zealand, and Tasmania, such as rivers, mountains, cityscapes, and homes.
3 Stereoscopic photographs by Keystone View Co.
4 Stereoscopic photographs by Underwood & Underwood
10 Stereoscopic photographs by Kilburn Brothers, in association with James M. Davis
6 Stereoscopic photographs by unidentified publishers
- [ca. 1850-1996]
File depict Indigenous peoples, famous locations, activities, etc.
Part of Peter Di Gangi Papers
File contains newspaper and magazine clippings and two reports related to the Indigenous Peoples of Australia. Included in the file are two reports:
1) The Australian Law Reform Commissions Reference on the Recognition of Aboriginal Customary Law - Professor James Crawford
2) Aboriginal Lands Rights New South Wales - Comments on the N.S.W. Government Land Rights Proposals
Part of Peter Di Gangi Papers
File contains records related to the Treaty of Waitangi and the Waitangi Tribunal in New Zealand. Included in the file are newspaper and magazine clippings, and a copy of the New Zealand Law Society seminar notes "The Treaty of Waitangi".
- F 125.001.06
Part of Robert B. Scott fonds
File contains one copy of the symposium proceedings from the 3rd International Interactive Multimedia Symposium "The Learning Superhighway - New World? New Worries" held in Perth, Western Australia January 21-25, 1996. Robert Scott's paper "Driver Education on the Information Highway is published on page 381 of the book. The Symposium was hosted by Curtin University of Technology, Edith Cowan University, Advanced Manufacturing Technologies Centre, Ministry of Education and IMAGO Multimedia Centre Ltd. and supported by The University of Western Australia and Murdoch University.