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Record title

Collection 5: Presbyterian Church of Australia. Board of Ecumenical Mission and Relation photographs, ca. 1880-1973

Call numbers

PXD 1335 , SLIDES 273 , ON 548 , NCY 63 , MAV/FM4/10972

Record identifier

92eVEgoY

Collection 5: Presbyterian Church of Australia. Board of Ecumenical Mission and Relation photographs, ca. 1880-1973

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Collection 5: Presbyterian Church of Australia. Board of Ecumenical Mission and Relation photographs, ca. 1880-1973

Full title

Collection 5: Presbyterian Church of Australia. Board of Ecumenical Mission and Relation photographs, ca. 1880-1973

Date

ca. 1880-1973

Call Numbers

PXD 1335 , SLIDES 273 , ON 548 , NCY 63 , MAV/FM4/10972

Record Identifier

92eVEgoY
Physical Description

Contents

Approx. 4581 photographs - 31 x 38 cm. or smaller - chiefly gelatin silver 21 contact sheets - black & white Approx. 3541 negatives - various sizes - colour and black & white 70 slides - 35mm. - colour 18 slides - lantern 21 reels of slides - 35mm. - black & white 1 transparency - 5.5 x 5.5 cm. - co...

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Level of description

Sub-fonds

Access and use

Copying Conditions

Reproduction Restricted

Physical Access Conditions

This manuscript collection is awaiting further processing. Usually 5 working days notice is required for access. Please submit your request through Ask a Librarian

This material is held in cold storage and requires 3 working days notice to retrieve. Please submit your request through Ask a Librarian : Applies to ON 548

Access to this pictures collection via appointment only. Please submit your request through Ask a Librarian : Applies to SLIDES 273 and NCY 63

Access Conditions

Restricted : Written approval should be sought from Archivist, Uniting Church in Australia Assembly, 16 Masons Drive, North Parramatta, NSW 2151. Tel: 02 8838 8982

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SCOPE AND CONTENTS

Contents

PXD 1335/BOX 1
Approx. 129 loose and mounted photographs, including Aurukun, Hermannsburg, Ernabella, Mowanjum, Mornington (1), Walgett (1). Mostly undated. Many are captioned, including: ‘Men of Weipa [Aboriginal ex-servicemen] who have been deprived of their hunting ground’; ‘Miss Mary Gillian with kindergarten children’; ‘Matron of TB Hospita...

ALTERNATIVE TITLES

Full title

Collection 5: Presbyterian Church of Australia. Board of Ecumenical Mission and Relation photographs, ca. 1880-1973

NOTES

General note

4 microfilm reels transferred to PMB microfilm collection:

PMB 30: Newspaper cuttings relating to the labour trade between Queensland and the New Hebrides, 1890-1895, collected by the Rev. Dr. John G. Paton (Positive)

PMB 32: Paton, Rev. Frederick J. - New Hebrides Journals, April 23, 1893-Dec. 31, 1908 (Dup. neg)

PMB 33: Paton...

Signature / Inscriptions

"All Ernabella Mission photos. Photographer Rev. H. Aikin (dcd). Surviving wife Dr Margaret Aikin, Toorak, Melbourne" (note found with collection, discarded)

CONTEXTUAL INFORMATION

Source

Presented by the Presbyterian Church of Australia Committee on Ecumenical Mission and Relations, June 1977, and subsequently presented to the Library by the Uniting Church in Australia Assembly, August 2018.
Pic.Acc.5664

Administrative / Biographical history

"Not infrequently missions were relocated, taking with them their entire Aboriginal population. In 1949 the Kunmunya mission moved to Wotjulum, taking with it most of the coastal Worrorra people, and absorbing the inhabitants of the nearby Munja reserve, which was then closed down. At the same time the coastal peoples from farther north moved into...

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Call Numbers

PXD 1335 , SLIDES 273 , ON 548 , NCY 63 , MAV/FM4/10972

Record Identifier

92eVEgoY

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Reference code

909677

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