The Resource The Aldo Massola collection: historical and contemporary images from mainland Australia

The Aldo Massola collection: historical and contemporary images from mainland Australia

Label
The Aldo Massola collection: historical and contemporary images from mainland Australia
Title
The Aldo Massola collection: historical and contemporary images from mainland Australia
Creator
Contributor
Collector
Photographer
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
  • A collection of images specific to a varity of regions of Australia, some of the images pertain to the families and the last tribes people of Victoria, complilation of images that were reproduced for a few of Aldo Massola's publications,
  • Photographs from the Aldo Massola Collection. Subjects include: portraits of men women and children (including historical portraits); tape recording; digging for food; making boomerang; cudi cudjick string game; spinning (human) hair; camp; woman with coolamon; gathering plants; Aboriginal men with spears march outside Centralian Traders Ltd. followed by officials on horseback; woman using camel to draw water; police tracker, Halls Creek from Djaru tribe (Tindale Expedition); didgeridoo player; camps - near mica mines, on the Yarra; wurley at Hugh River; palm leaf and bark mia mias in Queensland; ceremonies; making fire; Yarrabah Mission band; stone arrangements; Bora ground at Lake Golgol; painting by W.G. Randal; bark and canoes; Aboriginal cricket team, 1867; native police; open air religious service; memorials, cemeteries and graves in Victoria; site of school house, Larnebarramul Mission (formerly Lodden Aboriginal Station); housing at Rumbalara settlement; ruins at Ebenezer settlement; Lake Condah and Mission - St. Mary's, ruins of store and manager's home; old fish traps; Lake Tyers - mission scenes and buildings; rock art and shelters; archaeological survey and excavations; canoe and shield trees; shields, malkas and tarrawangs from Victoria, NSW, and south-eastern Australia; wommera and nulla nulla; shield from Western Australia; bark drawing at Lake Tyrrel; craft and artefacts; flint quarry
Cataloging source
AIAS
http://library.link/vocab/creatorDate
1910-1975
http://library.link/vocab/creatorName
Massola, Aldo
Date time place
South Australia; Northern Territory; Queensland; Western Australia; Victoria; New South Wales
Information about documentation
Caption list available
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1910-1975
  • 1935-1996
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Massola, Aldo
  • Ellis, Catherine J.
Label
The Aldo Massola collection: historical and contemporary images from mainland Australia
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/collections/using-collection/ordering-collection-items
Instantiates
Production
Note
  • Digital access copies available
  • A compilation historical images of families and places dating back to the 1840s to 1970s encompassing Indigenous Australian history
  • Persons photographed include: Willmott Abraham (Old Willmott); Andrew Alberts; Charlie Alberts; Mrs D. Alberts; Rod Alberts; Winnie Alberts; David Anderson; Mrs Nina Anderson; Andy; Annie; Bob Austin; Eliza Bamfield (wife of Bertdrack); Bertdrack (King of Benalla) (Tommy Bamfield); Eric Barber; Barringbittarney; Benbow; Billy; Charlie Neville; Reverand Reginald Ernest (Rex) Battarbee ; Berak; Sarah; Ann (wife of Berak); David (son of Berak); Billy the Bull; Nellie Blair; Mrs Heather Bonner; Lucy Bridges; King Bobby Brown (Bunda-wal); Mrs Bryant; Bryant children; William Buckley; Bullocky; Liz Cameron; A. Campbell; Vivian Carter; Snowy River Charlie (Big Charlie); Andrew Chase; Katherine Chase; Mrs Alice Clark; Charley Clark; Mrs N. Clarke; Mrs Fay Clark; Violet (Clark?); Maisy Clark; Pat Clarke; Lenny Clarke; Ray Clark; Mrs Clarke; D. Clarke; Elizabeth (Clarke); John Coc-coc-coine; King Cole; Mrs Mira Cooper; Rodney (Cooper); Coranguiam; Jimmy Cortwine; John Cozens; King David; Dick-a-Dick; Dr Disher; Jimmy Dunbar; Aggie Edwards; Con Edwards; Harry Edwards; Eliza; Emma; King Charlie Foster; Mulga Fred; Gellibrand; Irene Glass; Gail Glass; Percy Glass; Molly Glass (nee Hood); George (of Camperdown)(Wombeetch Puyuun); King Billy Gore; Bruce Harrison (Lowe); Cedric Harrison; Lindsy (Lindsay) Harrison; Theo Harrison; Harry (Geelong); Joyce Hood; Tony Hood; Ethel Hook; Jellico; Jenny; Jerry; Larry (of Orbost) Johnson; Big Kittie Johnson; King Johnny; Larry Johnson; Lloyd Johnson; Rachel Johnson; Mrs Joyse Johnson; Jowley (and his wife and daughter); Peter Kennedy; Walter Kennedy; Bob Kinnear; Sarah Kinnear; Sam Kinnear; Mrs Janette Kirby; Lizzie; Jacky (Logan); Mary Anne Logan; Mr and Mrs Lowe; Mr and Mrs Lowe Jun; Bruce Lowe; Amy Lowe (nee Clark); Ian McCann; Mrs McDonald; Billy McDougall; Emma Cooper McDougall; Jenny McGuiness; John Mack; Alf Marks; Betty Marks; Lillian Marks; Mary; Queen Mary; Aldo Massola; Matilda; Eddy Mofffat; Florence Moffat; Laurie Moffat; Billy Murray; William (Billy) Murray; Alice Murray (nee Gellibrand); Johnny Mullagh; Munight; Stewart Murray; Nancy; Charles Never; Bill Onus; Mrs O'Rourke; Tony O'Rourke; Victor O'Rourke; Andree Parson; Lella Parson; Robin (Parson); Sam Pepper; Peter; Daphne Proctor (Mrs Robert Lowe); Harry Proctor; Doreen Proctor; Red Cap; Ellen Richards; Dick Richards (King of the Goulburn River); Harry Rose; Mrs Mary Smith (nee Wandin); Nellie Stewart; Susan; Tarpot; King Charles Tattambo; Mrs Thornton; baby Eric (Thornton); Timboo; Norman Tindale; Tommy; Ellis Tucker; Tulaba (Billy McLeod); David Unaipon; Hilton Walsh; Annie Wandin (nee Hamilton); A.B. Werner; King William; T.W. Wills; Wonga; (son of Jakki Jakki); Derek John Mulvaney
  • The following images have been used in the publication Journey to Aboriginal Australia by Aldo Massola, published 1969: 79453, 79463, 79475, 79479, 79482, 79487, 79488, 79489, 79490, 79492, 79498, 79505, 79511, 79513, 79514, 79518, 79519, 79523, 79525, 79531, 79540, 79541, 79484, 79551, 79566, 79572, 79816, 79821, 79876, 80277, 80278, 80280, 80309, 80319, 80329, 80330, 80335, 80339, 80386
Carrier category
slide
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
35 mm.
Extent
1,177 slides
Immediate source of acquisition
Aldo Massola;
Media category
projected
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Original slides 000079421-000079425 (women only), 000079446 (sensitive), 000079959 (men only), 000080242, 000080244-000080245 (sensitive), 000080718-000080720 (men only), 000080721-000080723 (sensitive), 000080724 (men only), 000080725-000080729 (sensitive), 000080730-000080732 (men only), 000080733-000080753 (sensitive) moved to restricted areas in vault 5
Other physical details
colour and black and white
Stock number
MASSOLA.A01.CS (000079378-000080404; 000080604-000080753)
System control number
(Sirsi) a365931
Label
The Aldo Massola collection: historical and contemporary images from mainland Australia
Link
http://aiatsis.gov.au/collections/using-collection/ordering-collection-items
Production
Note
  • Digital access copies available
  • A compilation historical images of families and places dating back to the 1840s to 1970s encompassing Indigenous Australian history
  • Persons photographed include: Willmott Abraham (Old Willmott); Andrew Alberts; Charlie Alberts; Mrs D. Alberts; Rod Alberts; Winnie Alberts; David Anderson; Mrs Nina Anderson; Andy; Annie; Bob Austin; Eliza Bamfield (wife of Bertdrack); Bertdrack (King of Benalla) (Tommy Bamfield); Eric Barber; Barringbittarney; Benbow; Billy; Charlie Neville; Reverand Reginald Ernest (Rex) Battarbee ; Berak; Sarah; Ann (wife of Berak); David (son of Berak); Billy the Bull; Nellie Blair; Mrs Heather Bonner; Lucy Bridges; King Bobby Brown (Bunda-wal); Mrs Bryant; Bryant children; William Buckley; Bullocky; Liz Cameron; A. Campbell; Vivian Carter; Snowy River Charlie (Big Charlie); Andrew Chase; Katherine Chase; Mrs Alice Clark; Charley Clark; Mrs N. Clarke; Mrs Fay Clark; Violet (Clark?); Maisy Clark; Pat Clarke; Lenny Clarke; Ray Clark; Mrs Clarke; D. Clarke; Elizabeth (Clarke); John Coc-coc-coine; King Cole; Mrs Mira Cooper; Rodney (Cooper); Coranguiam; Jimmy Cortwine; John Cozens; King David; Dick-a-Dick; Dr Disher; Jimmy Dunbar; Aggie Edwards; Con Edwards; Harry Edwards; Eliza; Emma; King Charlie Foster; Mulga Fred; Gellibrand; Irene Glass; Gail Glass; Percy Glass; Molly Glass (nee Hood); George (of Camperdown)(Wombeetch Puyuun); King Billy Gore; Bruce Harrison (Lowe); Cedric Harrison; Lindsy (Lindsay) Harrison; Theo Harrison; Harry (Geelong); Joyce Hood; Tony Hood; Ethel Hook; Jellico; Jenny; Jerry; Larry (of Orbost) Johnson; Big Kittie Johnson; King Johnny; Larry Johnson; Lloyd Johnson; Rachel Johnson; Mrs Joyse Johnson; Jowley (and his wife and daughter); Peter Kennedy; Walter Kennedy; Bob Kinnear; Sarah Kinnear; Sam Kinnear; Mrs Janette Kirby; Lizzie; Jacky (Logan); Mary Anne Logan; Mr and Mrs Lowe; Mr and Mrs Lowe Jun; Bruce Lowe; Amy Lowe (nee Clark); Ian McCann; Mrs McDonald; Billy McDougall; Emma Cooper McDougall; Jenny McGuiness; John Mack; Alf Marks; Betty Marks; Lillian Marks; Mary; Queen Mary; Aldo Massola; Matilda; Eddy Mofffat; Florence Moffat; Laurie Moffat; Billy Murray; William (Billy) Murray; Alice Murray (nee Gellibrand); Johnny Mullagh; Munight; Stewart Murray; Nancy; Charles Never; Bill Onus; Mrs O'Rourke; Tony O'Rourke; Victor O'Rourke; Andree Parson; Lella Parson; Robin (Parson); Sam Pepper; Peter; Daphne Proctor (Mrs Robert Lowe); Harry Proctor; Doreen Proctor; Red Cap; Ellen Richards; Dick Richards (King of the Goulburn River); Harry Rose; Mrs Mary Smith (nee Wandin); Nellie Stewart; Susan; Tarpot; King Charles Tattambo; Mrs Thornton; baby Eric (Thornton); Timboo; Norman Tindale; Tommy; Ellis Tucker; Tulaba (Billy McLeod); David Unaipon; Hilton Walsh; Annie Wandin (nee Hamilton); A.B. Werner; King William; T.W. Wills; Wonga; (son of Jakki Jakki); Derek John Mulvaney
  • The following images have been used in the publication Journey to Aboriginal Australia by Aldo Massola, published 1969: 79453, 79463, 79475, 79479, 79482, 79487, 79488, 79489, 79490, 79492, 79498, 79505, 79511, 79513, 79514, 79518, 79519, 79523, 79525, 79531, 79540, 79541, 79484, 79551, 79566, 79572, 79816, 79821, 79876, 80277, 80278, 80280, 80309, 80319, 80329, 80330, 80335, 80339, 80386
Carrier category
slide
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
still image
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Dimensions
35 mm.
Extent
1,177 slides
Immediate source of acquisition
Aldo Massola;
Media category
projected
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
Original slides 000079421-000079425 (women only), 000079446 (sensitive), 000079959 (men only), 000080242, 000080244-000080245 (sensitive), 000080718-000080720 (men only), 000080721-000080723 (sensitive), 000080724 (men only), 000080725-000080729 (sensitive), 000080730-000080732 (men only), 000080733-000080753 (sensitive) moved to restricted areas in vault 5
Other physical details
colour and black and white
Stock number
MASSOLA.A01.CS (000079378-000080404; 000080604-000080753)
System control number
(Sirsi) a365931

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