Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Black and white photograph of man with human skeleton Photographer unknown; probably taken by N.R.Laird (b.1902). (Note attached to back).
Black and white photograph of two young men using microscopes.
Photographer unclear; probably N.R.Laird (b.1902).
Caption attached reads "These two students are trying out new equipment in Biology block, V.U.C."
Black and white photograph of gothic style building.
This collection was deposited on her retirement by Gillian Ruthven, former Librarian of the John Bradley Library in the School of Geography and Earth Sciences. It consists of material from her office, mostly photographs, including many ID shots used for departmental photo-boards. There are some drawings, clippings and scrapbooks included.
Group black and White photograph of professors.
Professors (top left to right): E. Marsden, R.W. Robertson, Bagley, C. A. Cotton. (Front row left to right) H. B. Kirk, E. N. J. Fenton; T. H. Easterfield, E. Pigott, W. M. J. Sommerville.
(200mm x 152mm) mounted on 250mm x 300mm
Black and white photograph of men, including H.B.Kirk, standing on pile of dirt with spraying equipment. Possibly related to Professor Kirk's measures to combat flies during the Second World War. Photographer unknown.
Collection of Photographs gathered by Fell relating to Kirk, his work and his family.
1 Folder, 23 Items
Topics Include: Kirk, his work and his family.
Date Range: 1883 - 1945
Collection of Photographs and drawings of Kirk by Fell.
1 Folder, 4 Items
Topics Include: Caricatures of Kirk, his family and work
Date Range: 1919-1945?
Black and White photograph of an older Kirk. (82mm x 134mm).
Black and white photograph of man giving lecture, with academics seated behind him.
Caption on rear: Professor Kirk delivering address to the public in main lecture room. (pohto from N.R.Laird)
Photographer probably N.R.Laird (b.1902)
Photograph of 12 men in a large car. Label 'Souvenir of our trip to Jenolan Caves. Kirk in middle row at rear. Signatures of 26 others on card mount. '1911 Winton' on rear. (2500mm x 2000mm)
Black and White studio portrait of Ethelwyn
(155mm x 215mm) mounted on 248mm x 325mm
Studio portrait of Professor Kirk. Taken by John Barnard, Wellington.