[Sydney], Methodist Overseas Missions, . Apparently the first and only issue; predominantly Papua New Guinea.
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London, The Royal Anthropological Institute, 1955. Not least, Peter M. Worsley; 'The Totemic System of the WaniNdiljaugwa' (pp57-58) and Dr Alphonse Riesenfeld; 'Prehistoric Stone Objects from New Britain' (pp58-59). Loosely inserted is an order form for the Institute's Christmas Cards.
Wewak, Christian Books Melanesia, 1980. Pidgin translation of The Captivity told in cartoon format.
Port Moresby, Bible Society of Papua New Guinea, 1979. The Book of Psalms in New Guinea Pidgin.
Brisbane, RGSQ, 1945 to 1959. Besides the mandatory Queensland material, there are excellent articles on Papua New Guinea, the Northern Territory, Aborigines and exploration. These include CUTLACK, Morley: The Wealth of Central Australia (17 pages with 5 illustrations); CONNELLAN, E.J.: Population Potential of the Northern Territory (23 pages); TOWNER, Major...
Carlton, Melbourne University Press, 1988. With the bookplate and signature of Grattan Wheaton OAM.
Milton, Jacaranda Press, 1974. Kovave Special Issue on contemporary Papua New Guinean artists. Includes 6 pages of plates, some in colour.
Berlin, Deutsche Buch-Gemeinschaft, (1934). Solomon Islands, New Guinea and Bali; text in German.
Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1962. With the ownership signature of T.G.H. Strehlow, and inscribed, 'University of Adelaide, about 1964; '.
London, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1890.
Los Angeles, University of California Press, 1969.
Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1992. From the collection of Sir Walter Crocker, with a gift inscription to hm on the half-title and his notes in pencil on the rear flyleaf.
Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1992. With the publisher's 'review copy' label on the flyleaf.
Madang, Kristen Press, 1978/ 1972 (revised)/ 1964. Text in New Guinea Pidgin.
London, Francis Griffiths, 1911. 'My views and opinions upon the Missionary question may not, in some quarters, be perceived with approval. They are, however, the results of years of investigation and close study of a subject which I approached with an impartial and unprejudiced mind. I have also the satisfaction...
Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1969.
Loftus, Australian Military History Publications, 2007.
Sydney, Ure Smith, 1960. Signed by the author to 'Ted' [T.G.H.] Strehlow. 'The impact of white civilisation on old ways of life'.
Melbourne, Department of External Affairs (printed in Sydney by William Applegate Gullick, Government Printer), 1913. Bulletin of the Territory of Papua, Number 1. The report deals predominantly with the Purari Coal Expedition of 1912, but it also contains a potted 'history of discoveries to date in regard to the special subjects dealt with'.
London, Religious Tract Society, [c.1885]. A presentation plate from the Snow Hill Congregational Sunday Schools, presented to Amy Shufflebotham on the front flyleaf is dated Febuary 14, 1886.
Noble Park, The Author, 1992. 'A Tasmanian Royal Australian Air Force Serviceman's World War II letters'.
Kent Town, Avonmore Books, 2017.
Kent Town, Avonmore Books, 2017 and 2018.
Kent Town, Avonmore Books, 2018.
Kingston, Aerothentic Publications, 2000.