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Fri Mar 21 17:16:08 2014 UTCviaf-935467190.00Souvenir of the flight from England to Australia by Capt. Sir Ross Smith and party0.411.00MY OWN STORY OF THE FLIGHT93546719Ross_Macpherson_SmithSmith, Ross, 1892-1922np-smith, keith macpherson$sir$1890 1955Smith, Keith MacphersonSir1890-1955lccn-n80037882Price, A. Grenfell(Archibald Grenfell)1892-1977lccn-n85052816Hurley, Frank1885-1962lccn-n93004652Hinkler, Bert1892-1933lccn-n50048534Kingsford-Smith, CharlesSir1897-1935lccn-n50028937Hooper, Meredithviaf-94657851Howard, J. Mark(Julian Mark)nc-union theatres ltdUnion Theatres Ltdlccn-n50027085Eustis, Hamilton Nelsonviaf-93209449Shiers, Walter HenrySmith, Ross MacphersonSir1892-1922Photographs‡vAerialPictorial worksAerial viewsArchivesRecords and correspondenceAeronautics--FlightsAustraliaAir pilotsHinkler, Bert,New South WalesNew South Wales--SydneyAirplane racingAeronautics--CompetitionsNorthern TerritoryAir mail stampsVickers LimitedAeronauticsDefense industriesGreat BritainBoard gamesMonumentsFlights around the worldAustralian National AirwaysHorse racingEngland1892192219191920192119221950195819671969197019721979198619962006201020113636981910TL721.S65426ocn011836331book19220.70Macpherson, Ross14,000 miles through the air+-+3776654096385ocn220198923book19190.50Smith, Ross MacphersonThe first aeroplane voyage from England to AustraliaPhotographs AerialAerial viewsPictorial works81ocn220012034book19220.81Smith, Ross Macpherson14000 miles through the airBeskriver den første flyvning fra England til Australien31ocn011836396book19210.27Smith, Ross MacphersonA personal narrative of the first aerial voyage half around the world : from London to Australia by aeroplane11ocn222237439book0.47Smith, Keith MacphersonCertificates, pamphlets, photographs and miscellanea concerning Sir Keith Smith and Sir Ross Smith11ocn499761377book1970Smith, Ross MacphersonThe Sir Ross Smith flight11ocn271853758bookUlm, Charles Thomas PhillippePapers of Charles UlmArchivesVarious papers including "Freedom of Airport", New Plymouth Airport Board presented to Sir Charles Kingsford-Smith and Charles T.P. Ulm; envelope addressed to Ulm via 'first official air mail - Australia to New Zealand (customs stamps and postage stamps); "Prospectus of Australian National Airways Limited"; press cuttings and leaflets; "official programme - Aerial Derby Meeting", 1920; various single pieces of correspondence from John Ulm (1984), Ross Smith (1919) and W. Kingsford Smith (1935-1936)11ocn225565080map1919Smith, Ross Macpherson[Collection of 56 maps used by Ross and Keith Smith with Sergeant Wally Shiers during first aeroplane flight England to Australia]01ocn225759114bookLendon, Alfred AustinPapersRecords and correspondenceMonographs on medical subjects, biographical sketches, typescript copies of letters of Sir Ross Smith, correspondence, personal cuttings books, illustrated and printed material1253ocn000386171book19690.39Price, A. GrenfellThe skies remember; the story of Ross and Keith Smith301ocn027493497book19860.24Hooper, MeredithGod 'elp all of us : three great flightsHistory151ocn220303102book19670.06Howard, J. MarkRoss Smith and Bert HinklerBiography121ocn217782287book19200.29The Sir Ross Smith flight : official souvenir111ocn027530304book19790.27Eustis, Hamilton NelsonThe Ross Smith air stampMotivphilatelie ; Luftpostverbindung, Erstflug, Sonderflug ; Grossbritannien und Nordirland ; Australien41ocn225825352book0.47Vickers LimitedAustralia and New Zealand papers [M2587-2590]ArchivesIncludes: records re Vickers agency companies in Australia and New Zealand; quarterly reports, 1947-62 of Cockatoo Docks and Engineering Co., Vickers Ruwolt, Vickers Hoskins Engineering and Foundry and Vickers Australia; documents on aviation, 1922-49; documents used by J.D. Scott, 1921-64 relating to activities of Australian companies; correspondence of Sir Keith Smith, 1922-31; papers re Sir Ross and Sir Keith Smith; histories of Cockatoo Docks and Engineering Co. and Vickers-Armstrong (Australia); documents re subsidiary companies and Directors' correspondence, 1946-62 re aviation in Australia, Broken Hill Pty Ltd, Cockatoo Docks and Engineering Co. etc41ocn217829157book19200.47Programme of the official reception to Capt. Sir Ross Smith, and party, at Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne, on Tuesday, 24th February 192031ocn221656018visu0.47The Sir Ross Smith aeroplane race game31ocn220019176book19580.47The Unveiling of the Sir Ross and Sir Keith Smith War Memorial at Adelaide Airport on Sunday, 27th April, 1958 at 3.30 p.m. by Air Marshall Sir Richard Williams, K.B.E., C.B., D.S.O31ocn221161610book0.47Smith, Ross MacphersonFrom London to Australia by aëroplane : a personal narrative of the first aërial voyage half round the world31ocn217828845book19580.47Fysh, Wilmot Hudson10th [tenth] of December 1919 [nineteen nineteen] : the Ross and Keith Smith flight to Australia ; inaugural Sir Ross and Sir Keith Smith memorial lecture, delivered at Adelaide Boys High School, 28th April 195831ocn220635373book19580.47Fysh, Wilmot Hudson10th December, 191921ocn221446959bookSouvenir of the flight from England to Australia by Capt. Sir Ross Smith and partyPortraits21ocn221089855book1922Smith, Ross MacphersonFourteen thousand miles through the air21ocn217828995book19200.47The Sir Ross Smith flight from England to Australia : programme, Town Hall, Sydney21ocn225770910book1979Vickers LimitedRecordsArchivesPhotocopy of the Vicker's Ltd file relating to their Vimy flight from England to Darwin, Australia in 1919. There is also a photocopy of an article relating to the flight; published in the Rolls-Royce Magazine, no. 2, 197921ocn217829073book19200.47Special night of greeting and homage to Captain Sir Ross Smith ... [et al.] on the conclusion of their triumphant flight from Great Britain to Australia22ocn004137256book19201.00Smith, Ross MacphersonMY OWN STORY OF THE FLIGHT11ocn222572999bookIrvine, Carlton[Papers]Admission card and receipts for official programmes for a reception for Sir Ross Smith on his arrival in Melbourne on the England to Australia Aeroplane Flight in 1920; and letters to Colac Turf Club, 11 June 1920, and Casterton Racing Club, 6 November 1920, relating to racebooks and advertising for race meetings. Also: menu for the launch by Lindemans Wines of Golden Velvet champagne at the Royal Ballrooms, Melbourne, on 14 October 196811ocn269453568book19200.47AustraliaLuncheon given by the Ministers of State for the Commonwealth, to welcome Captain Sir Ross Smith, K.B.E., M.C., D.F.C., A.F.C., and party : Federal Parliament House, Melbourne, 27th February, 1920History+-+3776654096+-+3776654096Fri Mar 21 16:08:01 EDT 2014batch13395