State Library of Western Australia
Photographs taken 20 March 1969
New-York Historical Society
21 pp. were used by Theunis Dey for recording receipts for money (in pounds, shillings, pence) paid out to those with claims against the estate of John Hennion, for which Dey was executor. These receipts extend from 1771-1791. As one of Hennion's relatives was named Theunis, it may be that the Deys and Hennions were related
MacMurray College - Archives and Special Collections
The Leaden Soldiers march before the May Day queen
MacMurray College - Archives and Special Collections
Two hundred women march in the processional before the crowning of the May queen
MacMurray College - Archives and Special Collections
Spectators watch as the performers march before the crowning of the May queen
MacMurray College - Archives and Special Collections
Two hundred women march in the processional before the crowning of the May queen
State Library of Western Australia
Procession as part of the Federation of Australia Jubilee celebrations held during 1951 to celebrate 50 years. 4383B/221 is a photograph of Sgt John Trinder on the back of a ute with a sign reading: The oldest British soldier in the world, Afganistan War 1878-80, last survivor famous march Kabul-Kanahar, member Welshpool Sub-Branch RSL
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Cartoon showing two messenger boys in uniforms, saluting a mustachioed doorman
New York Public Library
These two logbooks were kept by Sargent S. Day on board numerous ships. One volume contains entries made from May 27, 1835-November 28, 1838 aboard an unidentified ship on voyages between Boston; Hobart, Tasmania; and Sydney, New South Wales in 1835-1836 and a voyage from Boston to St. Joseph, Florida, in November 1838