LevelItem
Ref NoGEM/4/1/5/1/7
TitleAustralia
Date1970s-1980s
Extent79 photographs (largely black and white)
Creator NameGemini News Service; 1967-2002; news agency
DescriptionPhotographs selected from the Gemini Photograph Library related to Australia.
GP191 Headshot of unknown man
GP192 Headshot of Mr William McMahon, Federal Treasurer and Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party of Australia
GP193 Headshot of Rt Hon Harold Edward Holt, Prime Minister of Australia, Australian News and Information Bureau photograph
GP194 Headshot of Mr Ian Sinclair, Minister for Shipping and Transport in the Australian Federal Parliament, Australian Information Service Photograph
GP195 Headshot of Mr Denis Killen, Minister for Navy in the Australian Federal Parliament, Australian Information Service Photograph
GP196 Headshot of Mr Alan Shallcross Hulme, Australian Postmaster-General and Vice-President of the Executive Council of Australia, Australian Information Service Photograph
GP197 Headshot of Mr Randle McNeilage Holten, Minister for Repatriation in the Australian Federal Parliament, Australian Information Service Photograph
GP198 Headshot of Mr Gordon Freeth, Minister for External Affairs in the Australian Federal Parliament, Australian Information Service Photograph
GP199 Headshot of Mr Allen Fairhall, Australian Minister for Defence, Australian Information Service Photograph
GP200 Headshot of Senator Thomas Charles Drake-Brockman, Minister for Air in the Australian Government, Australian Information Service Photograph
GP201a Headshot of Mr Leslie Bury, Australian Minister for Labour and National Service, Australian Information Service Photograph GP201b Headshot of Senator Kenneth McColl Andersen, Australain Minister for Supply and Government Leader in the Australian Senate, Australian Information Service Photograph
GP202 Headshot of Mr Anthony Austin Street, Minister for Foreign Affairs, Australian Information Service Photograph
GP203 Photographs of Dr Luns, the Dutch Foreign Minister, and Donald Chipp, the Australian Minister of Customs and Excises.
GP204 The Very Rev. Dean Hazlewood of Perth
GP205 Headshot of Dame Zara Holt, widow of past Australian Prime Minister, Harold Holt.
GP206 Headshot of [Ned Kelly?]
GP207 Photograph of reward sign for capture of the Kelly Gang
GP208 [Headpiece and breastplate from one of the armour suits fashioned by the Kelly gang from 1/4 inch ploughshare steel?]
GP209 Jane Cooper: De Witt's sole inhabitant, Herald-Sun Photograph
GP210 [1913] Lady Denman, wife of the Governor General, officially naming Canberra as the capital of Australia in a ceremony on Capital Hill
GP211 [March 12, 1913] view of the site that was to become Australia's capital, Canberra, on the day it was named.
GP212 [March 12, 1913] Canberra naming ceremony
GP213 Memorial to the insect Cactoblastis Cactorum, a moth introduced to Australia from Argentina in 1925 to control the spread of the prickly pear
GP214 Aboriginal protesters outside their self styled embassy, a tent, opposite Parliament House, Canberra
GP215 Headshot of Sir Zelman Cowen, Governor General of Australia
GP216 Aboriginal prospector Martin Watson and his family aroung the campfire, The Independent
GP217 Photograph of Australian Goldmine with written request to enlarge to 210mm x 120 line screen.
GP218 Tom Bergin and Paddy McHugh preparing for the Great Australian Camel Race [August 1985]
GP219 Gathering of people outside the Old Tote Theatre
GP220 Interior of church and congregation.
GP222 The Minister for the Army, Mr Andrew Peacock, having a beer with advisor, Warrant Officer 2nd Class Ray Simpson, at Van Kiep in Phuoc Tuy Province.
GP221 Negative of Australia's Minister for the Army, Andrew Peacock, with Australian troops during a tour of South East Asia
GP223 Man with bagpipes in foreground, shaking hands with a man in a suit surrounded by men in army fatigues in a wood.
GP224 The Minister for the Army, Mr Andrew Peacock with the Secretary for the Army, Mr Bruce White and Brigadier-General Lam Quang Tho, the Commander of the 18th ARVN Division at a Vietnamese Army ARVN fire support base at Cam Tam in Long Khanh Province.
GP225 'the Snowy Mountains scheme' Pipelines for a power station under construction
GP226 A radio equipped cabin 200ft up a tree
GP227 Boxes of beer being unloaded from a truck at a cattle station.
GP228 A dead steer, victim of a drought in the area between Birdsville and Marree, Australia
GP229 Professor Md Yunus, the founder of the Grameen Bank
GP235 Men walking through a corridor
GP236 [ Lee Kuan Yew?]
GP292 Aboriginal prospector Martin Watson
GP293 Aboriginal prospector Martin Watson and his family around the campfire
GP294 The drilling rig at the Tasminex mining site at Mt Venn in Western Australia.
GP295 Karen Moras in a swimming pool
GP296 Sandra Brown running
GP297 Lord Callaghan, British PM, with his wife and Malcolm Fraser, the Australian PM, at the 1977 Commonwealth Conference
GP298 President Jayewardene of Sri Lanka with Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser at the Commonwealth regional conference.
GP299 Malcolm Fraser, Australian PM, with the President of Nauru
GP300 Australian PM, Malcolm Fraser, with Foreign Minister Andrew Peacock and the Western Samoan Prime Minister Tupuola Efiat at a Commonwealth regional summit meetin in Sydney
GP314 Black and white group photograph of CHOGM representatives 1981
GP315 Group photograph of CHOGM representatives, melbourne [1981]
GP316 Colour group photograph of CHOGM representatives 1981
GP317 CHOGM - Commonwealth Heads of Gov. meeting, Melbourne [1981]. [Left to right Lini, Kaunda, Ramphal, Fraser, EFI, Uganda HC in London.
GP318 CHOGM - Commonwealth Heads of Gov. meeting, Melbourne [1981] [L Sumoc, EFI]
GP321 Fraser Shanim QEII Model for new parliament, Canberra CHOGM [1981]
GP396 "Six months old Anne Hunt and lion cub Alfi make off bedfellows. This delightful picture helped to win the Gemini Golden Lens Award for Walter Harrison fo the Sydney Daily Mirror. 3GL - 1/72."
GP397 "The Gemini Golden Lens Award won by photographer Walter Harrison, of the Sydney Daily Mirror. 4GL5 - 1/72."
GP398 "Walter Harrison, winner of the Gemini Golden Lens Award, about to capture another brilliant news picture. Harrison is a Sydney Daily Mirror staff photographer. 1GL9 - 1/72."
GP399 "A man is arrested during an anti-apartheid demonstration in Sydney, Australia. This dramatic picture was one of those which won the Gemini Golden Lens Awards for Walter Harrison of the Sydney Daily Mirror. 2GL5 - 1/72."
GP400 "HELPING EACH OTHER was the title photographer Walter Harrison of the Sydney Daily Mirror chose for this touching picture of crippled children which, with others, won for him the Gemini Golden Lens Award. 1GL5 - 1/72."
GP618 "At the cultural centre in Brisbane, Miss Debayo is shown some of the major points of interest by Festival '82 hostess Narelle Cook . . . and Louise Wone". September 1982, Australian Information Service.
GP619 "At the cultural centre in Brisbane, Miss Debayo is shown some of the major points of interest by Festival '82 hostess Narelle Cook . . . and Louise Wone". September 1982, Australian Information Service.
GP620 Nigerian Boxer Christopher Ossai on winning against Rawor Exley of Vanuata in a 63.5kg Commonwealth Games bout at Festival Hall in Brisbane. October 1982, Australian Information Service.
GP621 Commonwealth Game boxing match between Vanatu boxer Rawor Exley and Nigerian Christopher Ossai, at the Festival Hall in Brisbane. October 1982, Australia Information Service.
GP622 Three performers from the National Theatre Company of Nigeria autograph Australian journalist Toni [Wren's] notebook at the Commonwealth Games athletes' village, Brisbane. September 1982, Australia Information Service
GP623 The National Theatre of Nigeria performers and audience at the Commonwealth Games athletes' village, Griffith University, Brisbane. September 1982, Australia Information Service.
GP651 A woman demonstrating the self twist spinning machine invented by the CSIRO in Australia. April 1970, Wool News from International Wool Secretariat
GP652 Australian Aboriginal tennis player Evonne Goolagong in action. Gemini News Service ALA3-1F70
GP653 Australian Aboriginal tennis player Evonne Goolagong sitting on curb at Kooyong. 1 February 1971
GP654 Original and negative of Shane Gould, Australian swimmer, shows younger sister Debbie a trophy. Gemini News Service 3ALA3-5/71
GP655 Senator Neville Thomas Bonner, Australia's first Aboriginal member of the Federal Parliament. Canberra, Gemini News Service 4ALAI-9/71
GP754 Non aligned nations meeting
GP755 Mr Newstead Zimba Zambian Minister of Labour. From Anthony Kond[.]
GP757 A visitor looking at a whale skeleton at the West Australian Museum. January 1972 - by Joseph Temple
GP758 Whale jaw and skulls at the West Austrailian Museum. January 1972 - by Joseph Temple
GP759 The exterior of the West Austrailian Museum. January 1972 - by Joseph Temple
GP1156 Birdsville Track disappearing into the horizon. Gemini News Service 1ALA 5-11/73
GP1157 Birdsville track in central Australia with Clifton Hills Station notes box which police use to check that travellers have arrived safely [1973]
GP1158 Expo 70 - a model of the Australian Pavilion. Gemini News Service 12ALA-1C70
GP1159 Expo 70 - Host and hostesses at the Australia Pavilion
Access StatusOpen
TermAboriginals
Commonwealth Games
Commonwealth Conferences
Commonwealth Of Nations
Boxing
Tennis
Swimming
Ministers
Cabinet Officers
Prime Ministers
Protest Movements
Colonial Governors
Goldmines And Mining
Churches
Armour
Camels
FormatPhotograph

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