"The BIG Sing-sing - on the move." The "mad man" ran in front from side to side of the area, with his spear held horizontally to push spectators back out of the way of the stampede.
"The Baiyer gorge (note river) - a deep ravine here cutting the side of the Tropanda mountain. The Baiyer valley is in the distance. The river winds on through its undulating "flats" to the foot of Rugli. Boys who came with us on our walk hold translucent rhododendrons which grow down the steep sides of the gorge. (We did not go down - being unwilling to risk our necks.)"
"The Bridge over the Laname - built at last, but no side rails! Elizabeth and Neville (from Sydney) and Mono (Sister Trapi)."
"The Yuat, continuation of Baiyer, wending its way through Schrader Ranges out to Sepik Basin" (from Cessna).
"These people were just a few bringing up the rear. Many loads of kunei grass passed by our window, so I ran home for my camera. This grass was for roofing new nurses' schoolroom (it is now completed). Part of Highlands Highway. Note power machine fuel drum. Outpatients is just opposite - ie, to left of picture."
"Traliyame Lindya and Katherine (outside matron's office). Was chaperone to student nurses on duty at hospital. (had died when I went back in 1999)