Ross, Malcolm 1862-1930 :Photographs by Malcolm Ross of New Zealanders in the Great War, Maori, mountaineering, New Zealand scenery, etc
- Ross, Malcolm, 1862-1930
Photographs taken by Malcolm Ross, ca 1890-1920. Collection comprises views of Wellington, scenic views of New Zealand, mountaineering in the South Island, views of Samoa (including the arrival of the New Zealand Expeditionary Force in 1914), and views of the Cook Islands, Nuie and Tonga taken on the cruise of the Governor, Lord Ranfurly, in 1904.
Source of title - Title supplied by Library
Relationship complexity - For further photos relating to the Great War taken by official photographers please see PA-Group-00051 'Royal New Zealand Returned and Services' Association New Zealand official negatives, World War 1914-1918'.
Arrangement: Negatives at 1/4-002257, 002922, 002923, 017476 to 017480, 017511 to 017604, 018159; 1/2-003968 to 003979, 004048 to 004055, 008244 to 008281, 021097, 021247 to 021258, 021260, 021262 to 021266, 022354 to 022386, 077528; 1/1-006636 to 006676, 006684 to 006688, 006694, 011899.
Ross collection of ½ (quarter) plate negatives are particularly strong on British (New Zealand Troops) take-over in Samoa, 1914; Mountain scenes in New Zealand (unidentified to a considerable extent) and New Zealand Lakes.
Quantity: 261 b&w original negative(s).
Processing information: Archivists notes - Originally arranged and described in 1996. Reference number changed from PAColl-5192 to PA-Group-00672 in 2011.
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Alternative form available: File prints available in Turnbull Library Pictures
- Access restrictions
- Partly restricted material
- 261 b&w original negative(s), Negatives
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