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Tommy, Frances & Garnet

Tommy, Frances & Garnet

Tommy, Frances & Garnet in their little Humpy. Taken about 200 yards from the house of Thomas Henry Bowman. Tommy is believed to be an Aboriginal police officer and tracker. See also PRG 280/1/28/291 for more information on Tommy.

Maitland Post Office

Maitland Post Office

View of the front facade of the Maitland Post Office. This consists of a 'Post & Telegraph Office' on a street corner, conjoined to a matching building by a smaller annexe (residence) and with a fenced backyard. The roofs of the two main buildings are of corrugated iron and there is a stobie pole on the street corner with 8 crossbars (indicating that it is on the Overland Telegraph line to Darwin). An unusual style of street light stands corner side of the separately housed entrance to the Office.

Aboriginal Medicine Man treating a patient in the Northern Territory

Aboriginal Medicine Man treating a patient in the Northern Territory

An Aboriginal Medicine Man treating a patient by extracting evil magic as he lies on the ground in [the Kangaroo River area? of] the Northern Territory.

Aboriginal man mourning the loss of his wife

Aboriginal man mourning the loss of his wife

An Aboriginal man from the Northern Territory mourning the loss of his wife, possibly in childbirth; a small cradle for the baby, which can be seen in the background, is by his side and his grief has been expressed through a self inflicted wound on his left thigh.

Four Aboriginal men at Alice Springs

Four Aboriginal men at Alice Springs

Four Aboriginal men described by Searcy as 'Chiefs' standing together at Alice Springs; their bodies are covered in body art and they carry items similar to shields, names not known.

An Australian Aboriginal man

An Australian Aboriginal man

Close view of an Northern Australia Aboriginal man wearing ceremonial dress; name not known.

An Australian Aboriginal man

An Australian Aboriginal man

Close view of an Aboriginal man, possibly from South Australia, wearing ceremonial dress; name not known.

An Aboriginal man from Bathurst Island, Northern Territory

An Aboriginal man from Bathurst Island, Northern Territory

An Aboriginal man from Bathurst Island, Northern Territory sitting facing the camera, his head and body are decorated with lines of red and yellow ochre.

Aboriginal men near Ooldea

Aboriginal men near Ooldea

Distant view of a line of Aboriginal men attending a corroboree near Ooldea in western South Australia.

Aboriginal hunters carrying spears

Aboriginal hunters carrying spears

Aboriginal hunters carrying spears.

Aboriginal men at a corroboree

Aboriginal men at a corroboree

Aboriginal men dancing at a corroboree north of Oodnadatta, South Australia.

Aboriginal men performing a magic ceremony in the Northern Territory

Aboriginal men performing a magic ceremony in the Northern Territory

Five young Aboriginal men performing a magic ceremony to injure a man by burning some of his excrement in the Alligator River region of the Northern Territory.

Aborigines performing a kangaroo ceremony, Northern Territory

Aborigines performing a kangaroo ceremony, Northern Territory

A group of Aboriginal men performing a kangaroo ceremony in the Alligator river area, Northern Territory.

Two Aboriginal messengers on Melville Island

Two Aboriginal messengers on Melville Island

Two Aboriginal men carrying message sticks after setting out to summon members of distant tribes to initiation ceremonies on Melville Island, Northern territory.

Aboriginal men having ceremonial decoration applied to their bodies

Aboriginal men having ceremonial decoration applied to their bodies

Aboriginal men outside a bush shelter, some being prepared for a ceremony with decoration to their bodies.

Sir Henry Galway with Lord Jellicoe

Sir Henry Galway with Lord Jellicoe

Sir Henry Galway, Governor of South Australia standing with Lord Jellicoe outside Government House during the naval hero's visit to South Australia.

The Governor and members of the legal profession attending a church service

The Governor and members of the legal profession attending a church service

Sir Day Bosanquet, Governor of South Australia attending a church service for the legal profession at St.Francis Xavier's Cathedral, Wakefield Street, Adelaide; members of the clergy can be seen at the altar and in the Sanctuary.

Aborigines at Port Essington

Aborigines at Port Essington

Aborigines attending a Corroboree at Port Essington, Northern Territory.

Aboriginal men at Wynbring, South Australia

Aboriginal men at Wynbring, South Australia

A group of Aboriginal men decorated with body painting photographed in a bushland setting at Wynbring, an East West Railway station west of Tarcoola, South Australia.

An Australian Aboriginal man

An Australian Aboriginal man

Close view of an Northern Australia Aboriginal man wearing ceremonial dress; name not known.

Six Aboriginal men standing behind six Aboriginal women

Six Aboriginal men standing behind six Aboriginal women

Six Aboriginal men standing behind six Aboriginal women; they all wear white markings and the men have feathered head-dress and carry weapons.

Aboriginal hunters carrying spears

Aboriginal hunters carrying spears

Aboriginal hunters carrying spears.

An object which could be an Aboriginal implement

An object which could be an Aboriginal implement

An object which could be an Aboriginal implement; no caption.

An Aboriginal man wearing a feathered head-dress

An Aboriginal man wearing a feathered head-dress

Close head and shoulders view of an Aboriginal man wearing a feathered head-dress.

Corroboree near Ooldea

Corroboree near Ooldea

Four Aboriginal men from the Musgrave Ranges taking part in a corroboree near Ooldea, South Australia.

Crowd waiting in the rain

Crowd waiting in the rain

A crowd gathered outside a small, ivy covered stone building on a rainy day, possibly an entrance to a secure building (a high stone wall adjoins the building).

Eight hours day procession

Eight hours day procession

Black and white photographs of Holden's Motor Body Builder's participating in the 8 hours day procession in 1923.

Men and women of the Australasian Ornithologists Congress, Kangaroo Island

Men and women of the Australasian Ornithologists Congress, Kangaroo Island

Group portrait of the men and women on Kangaroo Island for the A.O.U. Congress in October 1905. Some of the people are: Robert Crompton (third from left standing in the back row next to the man with the pipe - identified by his nephew John Crompton), John F. Mellor (third from left in the midddle row), Edwin Ashby (standing centre back with a gun - identified by his granddaughter Mrs Enid Robertson), Meta Ashby (Edwin Ashby's older sister, seated front left holding what look like horns) and the cook, A.G. Marchin. [This is a duplicate of PRG 280/1/1/153].

Old parcel office

Old parcel office

Inside the Parcels Office at the Adelaide Railway Station; left luggage can be seen in racks and on counters awaiting collection, with three members of the railway staff standing in the background. [This is a duplicate, but much clearer image, of PRG 280/1/5/463.]

Members of the Australasian Ornithologists' Union at Snelling Beach

Members of the Australasian Ornithologists' Union at Snelling Beach

Disembarking by boat, October 1905, Middle River, Kangaroo Island, from the steamer 'Governor Musgrave'. [This is the same as PRG 280/1/1/161].