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Fig. 0.01 (frontispiece). Pacific Brand label, Johnston Fruit Co., Santa Barbara, California, 1917. Courtesy of The Jay T. Last Collection. The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 0.02 James Northfield, Canberra, Federal Capital & Garden City, Australia, c. 1930. Colour lithograph. Courtesy of the James Northfield Heritage Art Trust ©.

Fig. 0.03 Glendora Brand citrus label, c. 1925. Courtesy of The Jay T. Last Collection. The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 1.01 Clipper ship card for Coringa, sailing between New York and Melbourne, c. 1870s. Robert B. Honeyman, Jr, Collection of Early Californian and Western American Pictorial Material. Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California.

Fig. 1.02 The Mammoth Trees, in Hutchings' California Scenes, 1854. Letter–sheet engraving. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 1.03 Attributed to Joseph B. Starkweather, 1852. Daguerreotype. Nevada City. Courtesy of the California History Room, California State Library, Sacramento, California.

Fig. 1.04 Merlin & Bayliss, Studios of American & Australasian Photographic Company, Tambarorra Street, Hill End, showing members of staff and passers–by, c. 1870­ 75. Photograph. Holtermann Collection, State Library of New South Wales, Sydney.

Fig. 1.05 Merlin & Bayliss, reverse of Merlin's cartes, with trademark of American & Australasian Photographic Company's Sydney office in George Street. Private collection.

Fig. 1.06 George Robinson Fardon, San Francisco album, 1856, p. 5. View down Stockton Street to Bay. Albumen print. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 1.07 Alexander Fox, Panorama of View Point, Bendigo, 2 views, October 1858. Courtesy of Bendigo Art Gallery, Bendigo, Victoria.

Fig. 1.08 Henri Penelon, Portrait of Penelon at easel in his studio, c. 1870. Photograph. Seaver Center for Western History Research, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, California.

Fig. 1.09 Thomas Flintoff, Baby Bernard, c. 1870s. Cartes de visite. Photograph. Courtesy of Mitchell Library, State Library of New South Wales, Sydney.

Fig. 1.10 Isaac Wallace Baker, Baker standing in front of Batchelder's Daguerreian Saloon, 1852. Daguerreotype. Collection of the Oakland Museum of California, Oakland, California.

Fig. 1.11 Benjamin Batchelder, Sonora, 1856. Stereograph. Courtesy of Haggin Museum, Stockton, California.

Fig. 1.12 Benjamin Batchelder, Batchelder and wife (Nancy) in Stockton studio at 183 El Dorado Street, c. 1885. Stereograph. Courtesy of Haggin Museum, Stockton, California.

Fig. 1.13 Miners at Taylorsville, California, c. 1851. Daguerreotype. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 1.14 Fauchery & Daintree, Group of diggers, 1858. Albumen silver photograph. From Australia. Sun pictures of Victoria, Melbourne, 1858. La Trobe Picture Collection, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne.

Fig. 1.15 Frederick Grosse, Gold diggers' puddling machine. Wood–engraving. Published by John P. Brown, Melbourne, April 1858. Image by Nicholas Chevalier. National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Fig. 1.16 Augustus Baker Peirce, Peirce and Creelman with Batchelder cart. Illustration in Peirce, Knocking About, Yale University Press, New Haven, 1924, p. 32. list OF illustrAtiOns background image

Fig. 1.17 Benjamin Batchelder, Sayer Brothers' Norfolk Brewery, Bayne Street frontage, Bendigo, 1861. Albumen photograph. La Trobe Picture Collection, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria.

Fig. 1.18 Benjamin Batchelder, View of Littlehale's croquet tent, Stockton, California, c. 1885. Stereograph. Courtesy of Haggin Museum, Stockton, California.

Fig. 2.01 J. C. F. Johnson, Euchre in the bush, c. 1872. Oil on canvas, mounted on board, 42 x 60.2 cm. Bequest of Clarice May Megaw, 1980. Collection, Art Gallery of Ballarat, Ballarat, Victoria. Colour Plate

Fig. 2.02 J. C. F. Johnson, A game of euchre. Wood–engraving, in Australasian Sketcher, Melbourne, 25 December 1876. National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Fig. 2.03 Anonymous, Emu in Woodward's Gardens, 1874. Photograph. San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library.

Fig. 2.04 Woodward's Gardens diorama. Stereograph. Courtesy of the California History Room, California State Library, Sacramento, California.

Fig. 2.05 Joseph Hull, illustration for Bret Harte's The heathen Chinee: Plain language from Truthful James. Lithograph, no. 4 of 9 illustrated cards. The Western News Co., Chicago, 1870. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 2.06 Anonymous, cover, The `Heathen Chinee' musical album: Containing 15 pieces of the most popular songs, mostly comic. Lithograph. Robert De Witt, New York, 1871. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Colour Plate

Fig. 2.07 Anonymous, cover, `The Heathen Chinee', words by Bret Harte, music by F. B. Lithograph. Oliver Ditson, Boston, c. 1870. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 2.08 Anonymous, cover, Musical Bouquet./ PULL AWAY CHEERILY! THE GOLD DIGGER'S SONG./written and sung by Harry Lee Carter, in his entertainment of `The Two Lands of Gold'. Also Sung by George Henry Russell, in Mr. Payne's Popular Entertainment, `A Night in the Lands of Gold.'/Music composed by Henry Russell. Wood–engraving. Musical Bouquet Office, London, 1853. Reproduced in California sheet music covers, The Book Club of California Keepsake Series, 1959. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 2.09 Harden S. Melville, cover, News from home quadrille by Jullien. Baxter colour print after oil painting by Melville. Jullien & Co., London, c. 1851. Music Collection, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Fig. 2.10 Quirot & Co., cover, The California pioneers: A song. Lithograph. Atwill & Co., San Francisco, 1852. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 2.11 Stephen C. Massett, cover, `Clear the way!' Or, Song of the wagon road; music composed and dedicated to the pioneers of the Great Pacific Rail Road! Lithograph. Published by the author, San Francisco, 1856. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 2.12 Edmund Thomas, cover for Massett, When the moon on the lake is beaming. Lithograph. J. R. Clarke, Sydney, c. 1860. Music Collection, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Fig. 2.13 Walter G. Mason, Comic sketch of Mrs Waller as Ophelia, pl. 56 in Australian Picture Pleasure Book. Wood–engraving. J. R. Clarke, Sydney, 1857. National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Fig. 3.01 J. W. Lindt, Joe Byrne's body outside Benalla Police Station, 1880. Photograph. Courtesy of National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.

Fig. 3.02 E. McD. Johnstone, The unique map of California. Lithograph. Dickman–Jones Co., List of illustrations 333 background image 334 Images of the Pacific Rim c. 1885. Department of Special Collections, University of California at Los Angeles. Colour Plate

Fig. 3.03 Frontispiece, Picturesque America, 1872. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 3.04 Eroded sandstones, Monument Park, in Picturesque America, vol. 2, pt. 2, p. 493. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 3.05 A. R. Waud, A cross–street in Dubuque, in Picturesque America, vol. 2, pt. 2, p. 332. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 3.06 W. T. Smedley, Queen's Park, in Picturesque Canada, 1884, vol. 1, p. 427. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 3.07 Livingston Hopkins (`Hop'), A young gentleman of culture on his way to California, in A comic history of the United States, American Book Exchange, New York, 1880, p. 172. Author's collection.

Fig. 3.08 `Hop', A jubilee (little boy from Manly and Australian debt). Pen and ink drawing for Bulletin cartoon, 1905. National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Fig. 3.09 Gippsland fern gully, in Schell album, c. 1880. Photograph. Courtesy of Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut.

Fig. 3.10 Smedley and Fitler, Pleasure grounds, Sydney, in Picturesque atlas, vol. 1, opp. p. 317. Author's collection.

Fig. 3.11 A. Henry Fullwood, Old Government House, Parramatta/Old Barracks, in Picturesque atlas, vol. 1, p. 28. Author's collection.

Fig. 3.12 W.T. Smedley, Spring Street, in Picturesque atlas, vol. 1, p. 235. Author's collection.

Fig. 3.13 Charles Conder, Going home (the gray and gold), 1889. Oil on wood panel, 40.7 x 28.7 cm. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra.

Fig. 3.14 Title page, Picturesque California, 1888. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 3.15 Interior of the old El Carmel Mission./ `Cassiano', the Mission Indian, supposed to be 136 years old, in Picturesque California, vol. 1, p. 36. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 3.16 Plate of hydraulic mining, Bear Valley, in Picturesque California, 1888, pt. 5, p. 235. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 3.17 Frederic Schell, Sassafras Gully, in Picturesque atlas, vol. 1, opp. p. 121. Author's collection.

Fig. 3.18 Julian Rix, Yosemite, in Picturesque California, vol. 2, opp. p. 76. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 3.19 W. C. Fitler, Eucalyptus Avenue, in Picturesque California, vol. 1, opp. p. 132. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 3.20 A. H. Fullwood, Parramatta, in Picturesque atlas, vol. 1, p. 117. Author's collection.

Fig. 3.21 Thomas Hill, Los Angeles, photogravure, in Picturesque California, opp. p. 128. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 3.22 An Aboriginal woman. From a photograph by J. W. Lindt, photo–engraving by W. Hirschmann, in Picturesque atlas, vol. 1, p. 347. Author's collection.

Fig. 3.23 A. I. Keller, Indian Squaws gathering berries, in Picturesque California, vol. 1, p. 24. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 3.24 Frederic Remington, Branding cattle (an incident of ranch life), in Picturesque California, opp. p. 184. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 3.25 A. I. Hencke, A vision through the trellised vine, in Picturesque California, vol. 1, p. 129. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 3.26 `California Illustrated No. 1, Semi– Tropical Northern California Pictures', Overland Monthly, vol. 6, 1889, n. p. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Colour Plate background image

Fig. 3.27 Playmates Brand, Redlands Fruit Association, Sunkist orange label, c. 1907. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Colour Plate

Fig. 3.28 Anaco Brand, Valencias orange label, c. 1910. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Colour Plate

Fig. 3.29 Sunrise Orchards Brand label, Lyetta, Tasmania, c. 1930. Courtesy of Apples of Oz, Inc., Tasmania.

Fig. 4.01 Bushton­Allen House, Monterey, California. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 4.02 President Roosevelt planting an orange tree at Mission Inn, Riverside, California, 1903. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 4.03 W. Lorck (ed.), The Eastern and Australian Steamship Company's illustrated handbook to the East: Australia, Manila, China and Japan, including trips to America and Europe, Edward Lee & Co., Sydney, 1904. Cover illustration. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 4.04 Appian Way House, Burwood, Sydney, New South Wales, c. 1905–1910. Author's photograph.

Fig. 4.05 John Horbury Hunt (arch.), Pibrac, Warawee, New South Wales, 1888. Photo. Department of the Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts (Australia).

Fig. 4.06 George W. Morgan (arch.), Hale House, Heritage Square, Los Angeles, California, c. 1888. Author's photograph. Colour Plate

Fig. 4.07 A California house and garden, Myron Hunt & Elmer Grey, architects, in Craftsman, October 1907. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 4.08 Bernard Maybeck, Houses at Highland Place `Commune', Berkeley, c. 1900. Photograph: Dimitri Shipounoff Collection, Berkeley Architectural Heritage Association, Berkeley, California.

Fig. 4.09 Two suite cottage for J. P. Ferguson, Santa Barbara, Cal. Train and Williams, architect in Arroyo Craftsman. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 4.10 Charles Lummis, (arch.), El Alisal, Highland Park, California, 1895­1910. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 4.11 `The lands of the sun expand the soul', Land of Sunshine logo, vol. 15, July 1901, p. 111. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 4.12 Greene & Greene (archs), The David Berry Gamble House, Pasadena, California, 1908. Exterior: rear terrace with eucalyptus. Photograph: The Greene & Greene Archives, University of Southern California, The Huntington Library, Art Collections and Botanical Gardens.

Fig. 4.13 Greene & Greene (archs), Theodore Irwin House, Pasadena, California, 1906­07. Photograph: Alfred Spain Collection, RAIA (NSW), Sydney, New South Wales.

Fig. 4.14 Los Angeles bungalow, c. 1910. Photograph: Alfred Spain Collection, RAIA (NSW), Sydney, New South Wales.

Fig. 4.15 J.C. Cahill, Girl surfing, cover, Sunset, July 1911. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 4.16 Frances McComas, Monterey, looking seaward, in Sunset, vol. 13, May 1904, p. 3. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 4.17 Cover, Los Angeles Investment Co. brochure, `Bungalows and Cottages in Southern California', 1908. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 4.18 Photographs inside Los Angeles Investment Co. brochure, 1908. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 4.19 Pacific Factory–Built Houses, advertisement, `Built in Southern California–– The Land of Beautiful Bungalows', c. 1910. Courtesy of the Alice Phelan Sullivan Library at The Society of California Pioneers, San Francisco.

Fig. 4.20 Reginald A. Prevost, cover, Australian bungalow and cottage home designs, The N.S.W. Bookstall Co. Ltd., Sydney, 1912. Courtesy of Caroline Simpson Library and Research Collection, Historic Houses Trust of List of illustrations 335 background image 336 Images of the Pacific Rim New South Wales, Sydney. Colour Plate

Fig. 4.21 George Hudson & Son Ltd, advertisement, `Timber Yards', 1913, Salon, October 1913.

Fig. 4.22 A.D. Hall & Co. Furniture Co., trade advertisement, `Mission furniture', c. 1915. Courtesy of Caroline Simpson Library and Research Collection, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, Sydney.

Fig. 4.23 Cover, Building, vol. 14, no. 84, August 1914. Courtesy of Caroline Simpson Library and Research Collection, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, Sydney.

Fig. 4.24 George Taylor, Cartoon of George Taylor with Louis Sullivan. Courtesy of Caroline Simpson Library and Research Collection, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, Sydney.

Fig. 4.25 E. O. Hoppé, Canberra, Sydney & Melbourne Buildings, ACT, 1930. Photograph. © E. O. Hoppé Estate, Curatorial Assistance, Inc., Los Angeles, California.

Fig. 4.26 Walter Burley Griffin & Marion Mahony Griffin (archs), Kerr Bros., Interior view of the Banquet Hall with balcony and mural, Cafe Australia, Melbourne, 1916 (now demolished). Eric Milton Nicholls Collection, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Fig. 4.27 James Peddle, `The bush bungalow', The Home, September 1920, p. 191.

Fig. 4.28 James Peddle (arch.), Country house at Bundanoon for Eric Lloyd Jones 1919, Lyndholme [now Spring Hill], Bundanoon, New South Wales. Courtesy of PTW Architects, Sydney.

Fig. 4.29 James Peddle (arch.), Ga–di–Rae, Bellevue Hill, New South Wales, 1916. Photograph: courtesy of Annabelle Chapman.

Fig. 4.30 James Peddle and S. G. Thorp (archs), The Cobbles, Seaview Terrace, Neutral Bay, New South Wales, 1922. Author's photograph.

Fig. 4.31 Alexander Jolly (arch.), Belvedere, Cranbrook Avenue, Mosman, New South Wales, 1919. Photograph: Anne Higham, RAIA.

Fig. 4.32 Redwood bungalow at Rosebery, in Building, 12 October 1916.

Fig. 4.33 Foldout brochure, Haberfield, New South Wales, c. 1915. Courtesy of Caroline Simpson Library and Research Collection, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, Sydney.

Fig. 5.01 Cover, Sunset, vol. 34, January 1915. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 5.02 `The International Exhibition, Sydney, 1879­80,' supplement to Illustrated Sydney News, January 1880.Chromolithograph. National Library of Australia, Canberra. Colour Plate

Fig. 5.03 Harry Fenn, The California Building, in Walton, World's Columbian Exposition: Art and architecture, G. Barrie, Philadelphia, 189395, opp. p. 173. Balch Art Research Library, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California.

Fig. 5.04 Agricultural Building, California Midwinter international exposition, 1894, San Francisco. Courtesy of the Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California.

Fig. 5.05 The Midwinter fair at San Francisco, in The Illustrated Australian News, 1 May 1894. La Trobe Picture Collection, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria.

Fig. 5.06 `The Pacific Limited: Chicago to California, San Diego Exposition All of 1916', postcard from the Chicago, Milwaukee, St Paul and the Southern Pacific Railways. Courtesy of San Diego Historical Society, San Diego, California. Colour Plate

Fig. 5.07 `An architectural gem: `Spring' niche in Court of Four Seasons, 'Frisco Exhibition, 1915', in Building, 12 April 1915, p. 67.

Fig. 5.08 G. J. Oakeshott (arch.), Australian Pavilion at the Panama­Pacific international exposition, San Francisco, 1915. San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco, California.

Fig. 5.09 `Home of the Redwood', exhibition home at the Panama­Pacific international exposition, brochure. Courtesy of the Alice Phelan Sullivan Library at The Society of California Pioneers, San Francisco. background image

Fig. 5.10 Bernard Maybeck (arch.), Palace of Fine Arts, Panama­Pacific international exposition, San Francisco, 1915. In: Mullgardt, The architecture and landscape gardening of the exposition, San Francisco, 1915, p. 157 (or 159). Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 5.11 Church of Soledad, Puebla, Mexico in Sylvester Baxter, Spanish–Colonial Architecture in Mexico, vol. 4, no. 48. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 5.12 Bertram Goodhue (arch.), The California Building, Panama California international exposition, San Diego, California, 1915. Author's photograph.

Fig. 5.13 Bertram Goodhue (arch.), The California Building, dome, Panama California international exposition, San Diego, California, 1915. Author's photograph.

Fig. 6.01 Rancho Santa Fe, advertisement, Touring Topics, July 1928. Permission of The Automobile Club of Southern California Archives. Photograph: courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 6.02 William Hahn, Horses grazing, Berkeley, 1875. Oil on canvas, 50.8 x 86.36 cm. California Historical Society Collections at the Autry National Center, Los Angeles, California. Colour Plate

Fig. 6.03 Eucalyptus grove, 30 years growth, Cooper's Santa Barbara. Photograph. C. C. Pierce Collection. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 6.04 Gum tree flowers, illustration in Kinney, Eucalyptus, 1895, pl. 121. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 6.05 Karl Eugene Neuhaus, Lone sentinel, c. 1910. Oil on canvas, 40.6 x 61 cm. Collection of the Hearst Art Gallery, St Mary's College of California College purchase, Moraga, California. Colour Plate

Fig. 6.06 Cover, The Land of Sunshine, vol. xv, no. 1, July 1901. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 6.07 Oakland, advertisement, Sunset, vol. 11, no. 4, August 1903, n.p. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 6.08 Blanche Letcher, illustration for Caroline Lange, `The eucalyptus flower', Sunset, vol. xii, no. 6, April 1904, p. 524. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 6.09 Franceschi's house, Montarosio, Santa Barbara, California, c. 1901. Courtesy of Santa Barbara Historical Society, Santa Barbara, California.

Fig. 6.10 `Eucalyptus: California's Mahogany' brochure. Courtesy of Theodore Payne Foundation, Sunland, California. Colour Plate

Fig. 6.11 T. P. Lukens, Theodore Payne and men gathering eucalyptus seeds, in eucalyptus brochure, Los Angeles, c. 1905. Courtesy of Theodore Payne Foundation, Sunland, California.

Fig. 6.12 `From Eucalyptus cloistered aisles ... ' John Muir, card to Theodore Lukens, sent 2 January 1911, Los Angeles, California. From Lukens Papers, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Colour Plate

Fig. 6.13 Unloading and setting eucalyptus 1914. Photograph. San Francisco History Center, San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco, California.

Fig. 6.14 Official photograph of panorama of the Panama­Pacific international exposition, San Francisco, California, 1915. In: Mullgardt, The architecture and landscape gardening of the exposition, San Francisco, 1915, p. 15.

Fig. 6.15 `The 'Frisco Exhibition, 1915. The View from the Hill, Framed in Australian Gumtrees,' in Building, 12 April 1915, p. 70.

Fig. 6.16 Osuna Ranch House, Rancho Santa Fe, 1934. Photograph: courtesy of San Diego Historical Society.

Fig. 6.17 Requa & Mead (archs), Ojai Arcade, Ojai, California, 1916. Author's photograph.

Fig. 6.18 `Mission Style' depot at Green Hotel, Pasadena, California, c. 1910. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 6.19 Lilian Rice (arch.), Rancho Santa Fe, Paseo Delicias, 1920s. Author's photograph.

Fig. 6.20 Lilian Rice, sketch of Mary A. Campbell Home, Rancho Santa Fe, California, c. 1930. List of illustrations 337 background image 338 Images of the Pacific Rim Courtesy of San Diego Historical Society.

Fig. 6.21 Santa Barbara Courthouse with eucalypts. Author's photograph. Colour Plate

Fig. 6.22 George Washington Smith (arch.), El Hogar, Montecito, California, 1927. In California Southland, December 1927, p. 13.

Fig. 6.23 Spanish Style house, Pasadena, California. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 6.24 `Putting more beauty into the landscape' (Reginald D. Johnson, arch.), in California Southland, December 1927, p. 11.

Fig. 6.25 R. F. Heckman, cover, Touring Topics, April 1925. Permission of The Automobile Club of Southern California Archives. Photograph: courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Colour Plate

Fig. 6.26 Karl Struss, In the Gloaming, Rotogravure Section, Touring Topics, vol. 17, April 1925. Permission of The Automobile Club of Southern California Archives. Photograph: courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 6.27 Charles Hamilton Owens, cover, Touring Topics, January 1923. Permission of The Automobile Club of Southern California Archives. Photograph: courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 6.28 Paul Hoffmann Studebaker, advertisement, Touring Topics, January 1923, opp. p. 25. Permission of The Automobile Club of Southern California Archives. Photograph: courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 6.29 Franz Geritz, cover, Touring Topics, January 1926. Permission of The Automobile Club of Southern California Archives. Photograph: courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California. Colour Plate

Fig. 6.30 Fred Archer, California Eucalypti, in Touring Topics, Rotogravure Section, vol. 16, July 1924. Permission of The Automobile Club of Southern California Archives. Photograph: courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 6.31 Arthur Millier, Sentinel of the Mission, in Touring Topics, vol. 17, October 1925, p. 20. Permission of The Automobile Club of Southern California Archives. Photograph: courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 6.32 Guy Rose, Laguna eucalyptus, c. 1917. Oil on canvas, 101.6 x 76.2 cm. Courtesy of Irvine Museum, Irvine, California. Colour Plate

Fig. 7.01 Leslie Wilkinson (arch.), Greenway, Vaucluse, Sydney, New South Wales, 1923. Photograph: courtesy of Anne Higham, RAIA (NSW).

Fig. 7.02 Leslie Wilkinson and John D. Moore (archs), Dowling House, Rose Bay Avenue, Bellevue Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, 1924. Photograph: courtesy of David Wilkinson, Melbourne.

Fig. 7.03 Leslie Wilkinson (arch.), Shadowood, Bowral, NSW, 1928. Photograph: Harold Cazneaux, 1933. Courtesy of National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Fig. 7.04 Leslie Wilkinson (arch.), Physics Building, Science Road, University of Sydney, c. 1925. Courtesy of University of Sydney Archives.

Fig. 7.05 B. J. Waterhouse (arch.), Nutcote, Sydney, New South Wales, 1925. Author's photograph.

Fig. 7.06 Peddle, Thorp, & Walker (archs), house for L. Waterhouse, Sydney, New South Wales. Photograph: Harold Cazneaux in The Australian Home Beautiful, 7 June 1926, p. 15. Courtesy of Caroline Simpson Library and Research Collection, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, Sydney.

Fig. 7.07 William Hardy Wilson, corner of a garden at Eryldene, Gordon, New South Wales, 1930. Photograph: E. O. Hoppé. © E. O. Hoppé Estate, Curatorial Assistance, Inc., Los Angeles, California.

Fig. 7.08 Alsop & Sayce (archs), view of Winthrop Hall from the south, c. 1933. University of Western Australia Archives. Courtesy of West Australian Newspapers Ltd.

Fig. 7.09 Allison & Allison (archs), Royce Hall, University of California at Los Angeles, background image Los Angeles, California, 1928­29. Thelner Barton Hoover (UCLA 1930) and Louise Brown Hoover (UCLA 1930) Photographic Collection, UCLA University Archives, Los Angeles, California.

Fig. 7.10 Alsop & Sayce (archs), University of Western Australia campus aerial view, Court of Honour, Perth, Australia, 1935. University of Western Australia Archives. Courtesy of West Australian Newspapers Ltd.

Fig. 7.11 Ready for UCLA Elementary School, 4–25–1936, photographic view toward Royce Hall, UCLA campus, Los Angeles, California. Thelner Barton Hoover (UCLA 1930) & Louise Brown Hoover (UCLA 1930) Photographic Collection, UCLA University Archives, Los Angeles, California.

Fig. 7.12 Mission Style residence at New Farm, Brisbane. State Library of Queensland, Brisbane, Queensland.

Fig. 7.13 Bakewell & Brown (archs), Pasadena City Hall, 1927. Author's photograph.

Fig. 7.14 John Sulman, drawing for Melbourne and Sydney buildings, Canberra Civic, c. 1925. Map Section, National Library of Australia, Canberra.

Fig. 7.15 `A Spanish house that is true to type' (Rodney Alsop's Toorak House), in The Australian Home Beautiful, 1 February 1928, p. 13. Courtesy of Caroline Simpson Library and Research Collection, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, Sydney.

Fig. 7.16 `Casa di Lucia: A "little bit of Old Spain" on the shores of Sydney Harbour', in The Australian Home Beautiful, 2 December 1929, p. 13.

Fig. 7.17 F. Hedley Sanders, Bruce Manor, the Prime Minister's house, cover, The Australian Home Beautiful, August 1927. Courtesy of Caroline Simpson Library and Research Collection, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, Sydney. Colour Plate

Fig. 7.18 The Victim, `The house a man built to please his wife', The Australian Home Beautiful, 2 September 1929, p. 18. Courtesy of Caroline Simpson Library and Research Collection, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, Sydney.

Fig. 7.19 Cecil Ballantyne (arch.), interior, Regent Theatre, Melbourne, 1929. La Trobe Picture Collection, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne, Victoria.

Fig. 7.20 Joseph Plunkett (arch.), Arlington Theatre, Santa Barbara, California, 1931. Author's photograph.

Fig. 7.21 L. F. Herbert and E. D. Wilson (archs), Roxy Theatre, Parramatta, New South Wales, 1930. Photograph: National Library of Australia, Canberra. Colour Plate

Fig. 7.22 Elmer Grey (arch.), Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena, California, 1925. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 7.23 Neville Hampson (arch.), Boomerang, Sydney New South Wales, 1926­29. Building, 12 October 1928, p. 60.

Fig. 7.24 Shell service station, advertisement, Touring Topics, September 1928. Courtesy of The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.

Fig. 7.25 The former Auckland Garage, cnr. Gilbert and West Promenade, Manly. Photograph: Ian Kirk. Courtesy of Caroline Simpson Library and Research Collection, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, Sydney.

Fig. 7.26 Emil Sodersten (arch.), The Broadway, apartment and service station, Bellevue Hill, Sydney, New South Wales, 1928­30. Photograph: courtesy Caroline Simpson Library and Research Collection, Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, Sydney.


Manuscripts and primary sources


Architecture and Design Collection, University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara, California.
The Automobile Club of Southern California Collection of Photographs and Negatives, The Huntington Library, San Marino, California.
B. P. & H. Research Room, George Ellery Hale Building, Permit Center, Pasadena, California.
Isaac Wallace Baker Papers, Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley, California.
Ballarat Fine Art Gallery, Ballarat, Victoria.
Batchelder Collection, Phillips Library, Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts.
Photographic Collection, California Historical Society, San Francisco, California.
California State Library, California History Room, Sacramento, California
. Jeanne C. Carr Papers, The Huntington Library.
William M. Clarke Architectural Negative Collection, The Huntington Library.
George Collingridge Papers, Manuscripts Collection, National Library of Australia, Canberra, Australian Capital Territory.
Alfred Deakin Papers, National Library of Australia.
Francesco Franceschi Papers, Bancroft Library.
A. H. Fullwood Papers, National Library of Australia.
Photographs Collection, The J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California.
Goodhue Papers, The Avery Library, Columbia University, New York, New York.
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Index


A. Hall & Co., 179
ABC (Australian Broadcasting
Company), 295
Aborigines, 70, 75, 87, 99, 138, 229, 246
acacia, 252, 258, 262, 276
Adams, Ansel, 281‑282
Adamson, Thomas, Jr, 255
Adelaide, 35, 68‑69, 70, 98, 104, 109, 160, 179, 192
Adelaide Punch, 68‑70
Aesthetic Movement, 188, 231
aesthetics of place, 15, 21, 30, 34, 48, 54‑55, 57, 146, 174, 227, 235, 254‑255, 261‑262, 285, 295, 300, 321, 330‑331
Ah Sin (play), 74
Aiken, Charles Sedgwick, 174
Albert, Frank, 319‑320
Allen House, Monterey, California, 154‑155, 197, 198
Allen, Thomas, 146, 154‑155, 197
Alsop, Rodney, 301, 313
American & Australasian
Photographic Company, Hill End, NSW, 31
American and Australian Line, 158
American Romanesque
(architecture), 187, 205
American Shingle Style, 161
Americans
in Australia, 28‑30, 45, 58, 60, 95
technological superiority in
photography, 46
Ancient Order of Foresters, 40
Annear, Harold Desbrowe, 179, 192, 301, 304
ANZAC, 225, 245
Apperly, Richard, 161, 181, 185, 190, 193, 197, 207
Appleton’s Journal, 112
Archer, Fred, 280‑281, 291
Archibald, J. F., 96, 108, 111, 117‑118, 147, 176‑177
Architect and Engineer, 278
Architect and Engineer of California, 159, 173
architecture
American Romanesque, 230
Beaux‑Arts, 164, 170, 188, 237
English, 160, 163, 197
Federation Style, 160‑162
Hawaiian, 165, 200
Maori, 165, 200
Mexican colonial, 278
Queenslander, 179, 207
Spanish Colonial, 225, 239‑244, 269‑273, 282, 284

Spanish Revival, 170, 239‑240, 244, 270, 278, 280, 285, 302, 315‑316
Spanish Style, 18, 245, 250‑252, 271‑274, 277‑280, 284‑285, 292‑294, 299, 302, 312‑315, 317, 319‑321, 325, 328, 330
see also architecture, colonial
see also Mission Style
architecture, colonial
in America, 300
in Australia, 300
see also Spanish Style architecture
Arden, Orange County, California, 263
Argonauts, 42
Argus, 69, 91, 99
Armitage, Merle, 283, 292
Arroyo Craftsman, 166‑167, 201
art
Futurist, 237
patronage, 32‑34, 38‑40, 69, 98, 150
Art & Architecture, 157, 205
art and artists, 282‑283
American, 84, 96,113,115‑116, 129‑130, 132‑133, 135, 149, 175
Australian, 93 107, 116, 121, 124‑127, 136, 147‑148, 150‑152, 228
Californian, 129‑130, 145‑146, 175, 202, 235, 237, 280‑284, 291‑292
English, 29, 60, 118‑119, 163, 170, 179, 200, 306
in Australia, 39‑40, 52, 69
in Los Angeles, 38‑39, 280‑84, 291‑292
in Texas, 39‑40,63
on goldfields, 33‑36
Art Nouveau, 160, 177, 231
Art Society of New South Wales, 125, 127
artists’ colonies, 107, 111, 125‑126, 151, 175, 257, 294
Arts & Crafts movement, 160‑161, 163‑167, 170, 179, 191, 207, 240, 260, 270, 306, 319
Ashton, Julian, 107, 116, 121, 125, 147
Asia, 146, 157‑158, 176, 235, 285
influence in America, 96, 128, 158, 173
influence in Australia, 158, 300
Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe
Railroad, 109
Atheneaum, California Institute of
Technology, Pasadena, California, 316
Atlantic Monthly, 71, 81, 159, 176
Atwill, Joseph F., 87‑89, 103
Australasian, 18, 31, 69, 81
Australasian Sketcher, 18, 69, 70, 97
Australian artists
in America, 69, 121, 150
Australian Broadcasting Company
(ABC), 295
Australian Home Beautiful, 18, 294, 310, 312‑314, 316‑317, 320
Australian Home Builder, 312
Australian Illustrated News, 228
Australian Natives’ Association, 96
Australian New Zealand American
Trading Company, San Francisco, 146
Australian Pavilion, Panama‑Pacific
International Exposition, San
Francisco 1915, 232‑236, 238, 247
Australian picture pleasure book, 93
Australians
in California, 75
reputation as convicts, 22
Automobile Club of Southern
California, 251‑252, 279, 295
avocado, introduction of, 262, 320
Bachelor, R. G., 36
Baker, Horace, 120, 127, 149
Baker, Isaac Wallace, 22, 42‑43, 49, 53, 56, 64, 74
Balboa Park, San Diego, 240, 244, 248, 269, 275
Ballantyne, Cedric, 315, 316
Ballarat, Victoria, 28, 39, 67, 70, 73, 74, 81, 92
Bandini, Arturo, 171‑173
Bandini, Helen Elliott, 171
Banham, Reyner, 185
Banning, Mary, 176, 202
Banning, Phineas, 202
Barbary Coast, San Francisco, 22
Barry, Captain W. Jackson, 58
Barton, Edmund, 156
baseball, 79, 236
Batchelder & O’Neill, 45, 53
Batchelder family, 36
Batchelder, Benjamin Pierce, 17‑19, 41‑49, 53‑57, 63, 65
Batchelder, Freeman Ezra, 45
Batchelder, Henry, 45
Batchelder, Nancy, 46, 65, 145
Batchelder, Nathaniel, 44‑46, 53
Batchelder, Perez Mann, 41‑47, 53, 62‑65
Batchelder’s Daguerreian Saloon, 42‑44

Bateman, Edward La Trobe, 29, 60
Bathurst, NSW, 23
Baxter, George, 86, 103
Baxter, Sylvester, 241, 243
Bayliss, Charles, 31, 32, 57
Beard, Richard, 50
Beaux‑Arts (architecture), 164, 170, 188, 237
Behr, Hans Hermann, 252, 286
Belden Brothers, 115
Bellevue Hill, NSW, 190, 297, 322
Bendigo, Victoria, 36, 46, 51, 53‑56, 65, 73
Benjamin, Walter, 17
Benton, Arthur B., 170
Berkeley, California, 111, 164‑166, 175, 189, 200, 235, 253, 301
Biltmore Hotel, Santa Barbara, California, 311, 316
Bishop, Anna, 90‑93, 104
Black Swan (horse), 38, 62‑63
Black, J. W., 63
Black‑and‑White School (art style), 108, 118, 125, 148, 181
Blacket, Edmund, 161
Blackwood, O. W., 26, 37, 53, 62
Blainey, Geoffrey, 331
Boccioni, Umberto, 237
Böcklin, Arnold, 238
Bohemian Club, San Francisco, 111, 129, 180, 294
bookshops, 25‑26, 112, 128, 142, 144, 179
Booloominbah House, Armidale, NSW, 161
Boomerang (house), Sydney, NSW, 319‑320
boosterism, 95, 110‑111, 128,144, 156, 227, 278‑279
Boott, F., 82
Borthwick, John David, 52, 74, 198
Boyd, Robin, 204, 302‑305, 315, 326
Braunton, Ernest, 274
Brick and Clay Record, 182, 204
Brisbane, Queensland, 158, 160, 179, 244, 246, 262, 288, 307, 318, 328
British Empire, 57, 106, 157, 160, 231, 294
Britton & Rey, San Francisco, 24, 89
The Broadway, Sydney, NSW, 322
Brown, A. Page, 229
Bryant, William Cullen, 121
Buckbee, Edna, 25‑26, 63
Bufford, J. H., 82
Building (magazine), 18, 166, 177, 180‑185, 192, 194, 205‑207, 227, 232, 235, 237, 268‑269, 307, 310‑312, 321
The Bulletin, 96, 108‑109, 117‑119, 147, 156
Bunce, Oliver Bell, 113
bungalow, 154, 163, 170‑174, 177‑182, 184, 189‑193, 195‑197, 200, 202‑203, 205‑207, 225, 235‑236, 250, 257, 284‑285, 293‑294, 299, 310, 312‑315
‘bush bungalow’, 154, 190
in Australia, 178‑182, 184
189‑191, 312
in Pasadena, 18 170‑174, 188‑189, 191‑195, 201, 284, 299
in Seattle, 196
Indian origin of, 179
see also bush bungalow
see also California bungalow
bungalow books, 163, 177‑179, 196, 203 215
bungalow courts, 188
Bungalow Magazine, 196
Burdette, Robert J., 118
Burgess, Gelett, 174
Burnham, Daniel, 170, 182
Burns, Silas, 280
Bushton, Timothy (or William), 154, 197
Butler, B. F., 104, 119, 178
Butterfield, H.M., 253
Buvelot, Louis, 228
Cabarita Park, Sydney, NSW, 199
Café Australia, Melbourne, 186
Cahill, J. A., 175
California bungalow, 154, 170, 177‑178, 192, 203, 225, 284, 328
see also bungalow
California missions, 38, 110, 141, 145, 166‑167, 230, 272, 279, 283‑284, 292‑293, 321
California Southland, 276, 278‑279
The Californian, 75, 77
‘Californios’, 38, 62, 172
Callaway, Anita, 37
Cameron, John B., 41
Canberra, ACT, 15‑16, 19, 51, 86, 183, 185‑186, 204, 232, 238, 248, 305, 307‑310, 314, 322, 326‑327, 331
Capitol Theatre, Melbourne, 186
caricatures, 69, 79‑80, 118, 147‑149, 181, 183
Carinya (building), Sydney, 298
Carmel, California, 132, 257, 294
Carr, Ezra Slocum, 130, 253
Carr, Jeanne C., 129‑130, 141, 152, 253
Carrillo, Leo, 63
Carter, Harry Lee, 83‑84, 101
Casa Osuña, Rancho Santa Fe, California, 270
Castlecrag, NSW, 186
Catastrophism, 49, 65
Cato, Jack, 32‑33, 46, 49
Cazneaux, Harold, 298, 313
Century (magazine), 18, 116, 117, 159, 174, 306
Chaffey, George, 233, 235
Chevalier, Nicholas, 51, 69, 228
Chicago, Illinois, 78, 80, 159, 170, 182‑185, 188, 201, 204, 228, 240, 263, 306, 310
Chicago School of architecture, 182, 185, 187
Chinese
in America, 74, 78, 80, 82, 99, 100
in Australia, 67, 68, 70, 71, 74, 80, 96, 99
in California, 74‑75, 96, 156
Chipman, H. S., 122, 150
Chisholm, William, 38
chromolithography, 98, 103, 128, 143‑146
Churrigueresque style of architecture, 225, 243‑244, 270, 290, 311, 316
cinemas, 316, 317, 319, 330
citrus industry in California, 16, 110, 136, 145‑146, 156, 251, 255, 258
Clamp, John Burcham, 183, 324
Clarke, J. R., 92‑94
Clarke, Marcus, 73
Clemens, Samuel (Mark Twain), 74, 95, 111
clothing, 22, 52, 68, 70, 74, 78‑79, 95, 97, 128, 140, 141
Coate, Roland, 321
The Cobbles, Neutral Bay, NSW, 190
Collier, D. Charles, 240
Collingridge, George, 120, 227
concrete in construction, 159, 168, 176, 189, 206, 236, 243, 291, 312, 320
Conder, Charles, 124‑126
Connell, Will, 282, 292
Coolidge, Charles Allerton, 311
Cooney, James, 260
Cooper, Ellwood, 254‑255, 257, 262, 286
Cooper, Nora, 313, 320
Coppell House, Pasadena, 311
Cornell, Ralph, 263‑264, 302
costume see clothing
Country Life, 174
Cowen, A. B. ‘Bert’, 316
The Craftsman, 18, 159, 163‑167, 170, 173, 177, 180, 201, 240, 272
Craftsman aesthetic, 179‑180, 190, 196, 299, 314
Craig, James Osborne, 277
Craig, Mary, 277
Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson, 241
crime, 22, 58, 60, 64
Crystal Palace, London, International
Exposition 1851, 228
Culbertson, James, 189
cycloramas, 36
Daceyville, NSW, 189, 206
daguerreotypes, 24, 31, 33‑34, 36‑37, 42‑44, 46‑52, 60‑62, 64‑65, 74
Daintree, Richard, 50, 53
Darley, F. O. C., 130, 133, 138, 152
David Jones (department store), 180, 294
Dawn and Dusk Club, Sydney, 180
De Young, M. H., 236, 246
Deakin, Alfred, 18, 199, 225, 233, 235‑236, 238‑239, 259
Delitt, Bruce, 322
Dewing, James, 112, 128‑131, 133, 142‑144, 152, 153
Dickens, Charles, 26, 30, 73, 78
Didion, Joan, 330, 331
Ditson, Oliver, 82‑83, 85
Doten, Alfred, 44, 64
Dowling House, Sydney, NSW, 297‑299
Doyle, Stuart, 315‑317
Eaglemont, Victoria, 107
earthquake, San Francisco 1906, 103, 227
Eastern & Australian Steam Ship
Company, 158
Eaton, Charles Frederick, 261‑262
Eberson, John, 315, 317
Edquist, Harriet, 161
‘El Alisal’, Los Angeles, 168
‘El Fureidis’, Montecito, California, 241
Elder, Paul, 165
Emrich, M. E., 120
emu
in California, 76‑77
entertainment, 83‑84, 88‑89, 102, 104‑105, 324
in America, 101‑104, 316‑317
in Australia, 35‑36, 62, 91, 93‑94, 105, 315‑318, 324
in California, 76‑78, 88‑89, 103
in London, 83‑84, 101‑102
Esam, Arthur, 69, 98
Esmond, James, 23
Esplin, Donald, 192
eucalypts, 15, 18, 40, 77, 94,134‑136, 152, 231, 245, 250‑292, 302, 314
in Australia, 40, 94, 134‑136, 152, 293 , 302, 314, 320
in California, 15, 18, 136, 171, 173, 182, 184, 231, 245, 250‑292
Tasmanian blue gum (Eucalyptus
globulus), 77, 136, 252‑253, 255, 258, 270, 287
Eucalyptus School of painting, 284, 292
Everett, Percy, 312
exhibitions, intercolonial, 66, 228
exhibitions, international
Chicago 1893, 170, 201, 228‑230, 240, 228‑230, 263
London 1851, 228
London 1862, 53
Melbourne 1854, 43, 98, 109
Melbourne 1880, 109, 113, 228
Midwinter exposition, San
Francisco 1894, 230, 231, 267
San Diego 1915, 225‑249, 284
San Francisco, 1915, 177, 199, 225‑249, 266, 311
Sydney, 1879, 228
exhibitions, photographic, 66
Eytinge, Sol, 78, 100
Fairbanks, Douglas, 251, 285
Fairchild, David, 262, 288
Fardon, George Robinson, 34, 61
Fauchery, Antoine, 50
Federation Style (architecture), 160‑162
Federation, Australian, 96, 99, 156, 159, 160, 179, 195, 198‑199, 227‑228, 233
Fenn, Harry, 112, 113
Fenzi, E. O., see Franceschi, F.
Ferguson, Charles, 26‑ 28
Fiesta de los Flores, Los Angeles, California, 156
filling station see petrol station
film
in Australia, 233, 295
in California, 295
see also cinemas
Fitch, George Hamlin, 130
Fitler, William C., 116, 120‑121, 123‑124, 127, 133, 136, 152
Flanders, Dudley P., 39, 63
Flintoff, Thomas, 39‑40, 63
flora and fauna, Australian
in California, 76‑77, 121, 234, 245, 252, 254, 266, 269, 293, 302
flora and fauna, Californian
in Australia, 252, 285
Florida, 299, 310, 327
Forest Grove Association, Los
Angeles, 258
Foster, Stephen, 94
Fox, Alexander, 36, 51, 59, 62
Franceschi, F., 18, 261‑264, 288‑289
Frank Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 79, 100, 149
Freeland, J. M., 178, 193, 303
Freeman, William, 33, 61
Freeth, George, 175, 202
fruit‑box labels see labels, fruit‑box
Fullwood, A. H., 121, 123, 136, 149
Galaxy, 71
Gallipoli, 225, 232, 294
Gamble House, Pasadena, 171, 264
Garden Suburb idea, 189, 195, 207
gardens see landscape gardening
Gardens of the Moon, Mornington
Peninsula, Victoria, 317‑318
Garran, Andrew, 121
gas station see petrol station
Gebhard, David, 244, 273
Genthe, Arnold, 96
George Hudson & Son Ltd., Sydney, 179
Geraldton, WA, 325
Geritz, Franz, 280‑281
Gibbs, May, 299
Gill, Irving, 176, 240, 242, 244, 270
Gill, S. T., 52, 74, 122
Gillespie, James Waldron, 241
Glaister, Thomas Skelton, 46, 53, 65
Godey’s Lady’s Book, 25, 81
Godwin, Edwin William, 188
gold rush, 20‑66, 76, 83, 102, 110
in Australia, 23‑30, 60, 67, 73‑74, 106
in California, 20‑30, 46, 56‑60, 73‑76, 81, 86, 89, 95, 103, 111, 143
The gold‑finder of Australia, 52
Golden Gate Nursery, San Francisco, 253, 286
Good Housekeeping, 174
Goodhue, Bertram Grosvenor, 191‑192, 207, 225, 241‑244, 248, 270‑272, 284, 297, 299‑300, 311, 318, 323, 325
Goodman, George, 49‑50, 61
Gordon, Percy James, 188
Great White Fleet, 157, 226
Greene & Greene architects, Pasadena, California, 161, 170‑173, 177, 188‑191, 193, 201, 228, 264, 284
Greene, Charles, 170
Greene, Henry Mather, 170
Greenwell, Carlyle, 188
Grey, Elmer, 164, 241, 319
Griffin, Marion Mahony, 183, 185‑186, 238
Griffin, Walter Burley, 182‑183, 185‑187, 204, 232, 238, 306‑307, 312
Grosse, Frederick, 51
Guerin, Jules, 199, 237, 268
Guilfoyle, Michael, 253, 286
Guilfoyle, William Robert, 286
gum tree see eucalyptus
Haberfield, NSW, 194‑196, 207
Hackett, John Winthrop, 301
Hampson, Neville, 319
Hanna, Phil Townsend, 282‑284, 292
Hargraves, Edward, 23, 93
Harper, J. Henry, 116‑117, 119, 120
Harper’s (magazine), 18, 25‑26, 81, 106, 116‑117, 120, 124, 126‑127, 143, 149, 159, 174, 296
Harte, Bret, 67, 71‑78, 80‑83, 88, 90, 95‑99, 100
‘The Ballad of the Emeu’, 75, 77
see also The Heathen Chinee
Hawaii, 21, 36, 89, 156‑158, 165, 175, 199‑200, 202, 230
Hawes, John Cyril, 325
Hay, John, 71, 78
Hearst, Phoebe Apperson, 236, 238
Hearst, William Randolph, 100, 236
The Heathen Chinee, 67, 71, 73‑74, 78‑79, 81‑82, 96, 101
Hebbard, William, 240

Heidelberg School of painting, 107, 125, 126, 151
Heidelberg, Victoria, 107
Hennessy, Jack, 188
Herbert, L. F., 318
Hewett, Edgar L., 239
Hill End, NSW, 31, 61
Hill, Thomas, 129, 136, 298
Hillside Club, Berkeley, California, 165, 175, 200
Hispanic culture
in Australia, 315
in California, 16, 110, 141, 154‑156, 167, 169‑170, 172, 175, 241, 242, 244, 259‑260, 270, 272, 275‑276, 293‑294, 304, 321
Hobart, Tasmania, 21‑22, 34, 36, 45, 49, 69, 154, 197, 198
Hobart Daily Courier, 86
Hoe, Richard M., 117, 120, 149
Hollywood, California, 250, 285, 290, 292‑295, 315‑321, 323, 330
Holtermann, Bernard, 31, 61, 78
Home, 18, 126, 179, 294, 310, 314, 320
Home and Garden Beautiful, 179, 192, 195
Home Beautiful see Australian Home
Beautiful
Home Builder, 312
Homer, Winslow, 84, 106, 116
Hopkins, Livingston, 111, 117‑119, 148‑149
Hopkins, Una Nixson, 154, 173
Hoppé, E. O., 186, 302
horse racing, 62
horses
in Australia, 51, 68, 121
in California, 38‑39, 62‑63, 150
Hotel Australia, 188
House and Garden, 174
House Beautiful, 174, 312
Howitt, William, 29
Hoyts Theatres, 315
Hudson, George, 179, 190, 196, 206
Hughes, W. M. ‘Billy’, 331
Hull, Joseph, 79‑81
Humboldt, Alexander von, 252
Hunt, John Horbury, 110, 140, 161, 187
Hunt, Myron, 164, 242
Hunt, Sumner P., 188, 280
Hutchings’ California Magazine, 24, 36, 59, 90
Hutchings, James, 24, 35, 59, 62, 104
iconography, 15, 57, 76, 80, 87‑89, 96, 103‑105, 116, 122‑125, 127, 130, 134‑135, 270, 310, 331
of America, 49, 78
of Australia, 52‑53, 68, 70, 76‑78, 86‑87, 235, 310
of California, 16, 87‑90, 103, 110, 130, 133, 135‑137, 140‑111, 144‑146, 252, 254, 259‑260, 262, 265, 270, 274‑276, 280‑282, 284
of the Mediterranean, 141, 164, 166, 241, 245, 261‑262, 272, 277, 291, 294, 296, 302, 309‑310,324
of otherness, 73, 78‑82, 96, 101, 138, 140‑141
of separation, 103
of urban life, 122‑127, 136
photographic, 47, 49, 57, 138
Illustrated Australian Magazine, 69
Illustrated Australian News, 107, 117, 231
Illustrated Sydney News, 69, 93, 125, 228
immigration, 99
to Australia, 23, 26, 28, 43, 59
to California, 21‑22
Indians see Native Americans
Ingersoll, Ernest, 130
Ingersoll, William B., 46
introduced plants, 288
acacia, 252, 258, 262,268, 276, 286‑287
avocado, 262, 320
bulbed flowers in Australia, 310
grevillea, 287
hakea, 287
Mediterranean cypress, 262, 302, 320
palm tree, 288, 320
pepper tree, 136, 258, 270, 274, 287
spruce, 286
tea tree, 287
Irwin House, Pasadena, California, 172‑173, 191
Irwin, Theodore, Jr., 172‑173
itinerancy, 15, 17‑20, 28‑29, 32, 34, 36, 39‑41, 43, 45, 47, 50, 68, 73, 78, 88, 90‑91, 97, 159, 235, 330‑331
Jackson, Captain W., 23
Jackson, Helen Hunt, 110, 140, 272
James, George Wharton, 128‑130, 163, 166‑167, 174, 201, 272
Jamestown, California, 41‑42, 64
Japan, 94, 158, 199‑200
Japanese influence
in America, 158, 166, 170, 172‑173, 199, 201, 230
‘Jeems of Pipesville’, 88‑91, 95, 104
Johnson, J. F. C., 67‑71, 73‑75, 78‑80, 82‑83, 87‑88, 94, 96‑97
Johnson, Reginald, 311
Johnson, William Templeton, 239‑240
Johnstone, E. McD., 110
Johnstone, Henry James, 69, 98
Jolly, Alexander, 192
Jones, Charles Lloyd, 294
Jones, John Wesley, 36
Jordan, David Starr, 235
Joseland, Howard, 192
Judson, William Lees, 166, 200‑201
Kahanamoku, Duke, 175
Kanakas, 199
Keeler, Charles, 164‑168, 173, 200‑201
Keeler, Sarah Isley, 165
Keith, Henrietta, 173
Keith, William, 129
Keller, G. Frederick, 117, 148
Kellow Falkner Car Showroom, South Yarra, Victoria, 323
Kelly, Ned, 107
Kilburn, Edward George, 205
Kinney, Abbot, 255‑257, 286
Kinneyloa, Sierra Madre, California, 255
Kirkpatrick, J. H., 306
Kliesch, Joseph, 284
Krotona Inn, Los Angeles, California, 271
labels, fruit‑box, 16, 19, 145‑146, 153, 310, 331
Ladies’ Home Journal, 312
Lady’s Magazine, 25
Laguna Beach, California, 284
Lamb, Thomas W., 315
Land of Sunshine (magazine), 18, 169, 259, 278
Landmarks Club, 167, 170, 201, 240
landscape design, 166, 171, 266‑267, 269‑270, 291, 293, 296‑297, 301‑302, 310
in Australia, 186, 244‑245, 254,296‑297, 301‑303, 314‑315, 319‑321
in California, 166, 171,244‑245, 252, 254, 256‑257, 261‑267, 269‑270, 274, 279‑280, 302
Mediterranean, 261‑262, 279‑280, 285, 293, 301‑303, 314‑315
landscape gardening, 60, 255, 257, 268, 293‑294, 313‑314, 320, 325
landscape in art, 15‑18, 20, 24, 34, 36, 40‑41, 48‑50, 52‑55, 57, 59, 66, 68‑70, 83, 86‑89, 93‑94, 98, 110, 112‑114, 121, 130, 133, 135‑136, 140‑142, 144‑145, 147, 152, 156, 166, 170, 175‑176, 251, 254, 256‑257, 259, 270, 279, 281‑282, 284‑285, 301, 310, 323
Lane, Fitz Hugh, 84, 102
Lankershim, Isaac B., 258
Latrobe, Benjamin, 60
Launceston, Tasmania, 94
law and order see crime
Lawson, Henry, 67‑68, 73, 108
‘Eureka (A Fragment)’, 67, 73
Lawson, Howard, 317
Lawson, Sylvia, 108
Leslie, Frank, 25, 78‑79, 120, 139
Leslie’s Illustrated Newspaper, 79, 100, 149
Letcher, Blanche, 260
letter‑sheets, 24‑25, 36, 51, 59, 99, 103‑104
Libbey, Edward Drummond, 271, 290
Lindt, J. W., 107, 138
literacy, 24‑25
The little bears, 100
Loder, George, 91, 104
London, Jack, 147, 174, 264
The Lone Hand, 18, 177
Loos, Adolf, 185
Los Angeles Times, 106, 142, 283
Los Angeles, California, 18, 62‑63, 95, 105, 109‑110, 136‑137, 141‑142, 156, 166, 177, 182‑184, 188‑191, 196, 201‑202, 235‑236, 242, 255, 263‑265, 275, 278‑280, 283‑285, 287, 290, 292, 299, 302, 307‑309, 314, 316, 318, 321
and architecture, 166, 173,177‑178, 182‑183, 189, 201, 271, 273, 278, 280, 284, 290, 299, 301‑302, 307‑309, 316
Australians in, 183, 188‑190, 191, 235‑236, 307, 314
eucalyptus in, 136, 182, 184, 257‑58, 263‑265, 285, 287
in nineteenth century, 38‑39, 62‑63, 95
Mexicans in, 38, 141, 156
population, 62, 110
railroad into, 109
Lukens, Theodore, 256, 264, 266, 286
Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 167‑170, 174‑175, 240, 259, 272, 279‑280
Lyndeholme Farm, Bundanoon, NSW, 189
Macleay, Alexander, 320
Macleod, William, 116‑117, 119, 147‑148
MacMahon, Phillip, 262
Madeley, G. E., 83
magazines, 17‑18, 24‑25, 69, 75‑76, 79‑80, 112, 117, 119, 122, 126, 134, 139, 148, 158‑159, 165, 170, 173‑174, 177, 179, 181‑183, 187, 192, 197, 205, 225, 259‑260, 278, 282, 291, 293‑295, 299, 310, 312‑313, 315, 318, 320‑321
Mahony, Frank, 121, 138
Maiden, J. H., 262
Malouf, David, 179, 207, 294, 330‑331
Malthoid roofing, 182, 235
Mammoth Trees, Yosemite, California, 24, 36
Manifest Destiny, 30, 49, 57, 65
Mannheim, Jean, 283
Maori architecture, 165
Marseilles tile roof, 197
Marston, George W., 240
‘Marvellous Melbourne’, 106
Mason, Walter George, 93
Massett, Stephen, 18, 88‑97, 103‑105
Maurer, Madge, 175
Maurer, Oscar, 175, 200
Max und Moritz, 100
May Frank, 189, 206
May, Phil, 118‑119
Maybeck, Bernard, 164‑166, 173, 177, 194, 238‑239
McAuliffe, David, 262
McClatchie, Alfred, 256
McComas, Francis, 175, 237, 247
McCoy, Esther, 244, 292
McCubbin, Frederick, 125
McKinley, William, 156, 169, 199
McLaren, John, 266‑267, 289
McQueen, Humphrey, 15
McWilliams, Carey, 110, 141, 284
Mead, Frank L., 270, 290
Mechanics’ Institutes, 81, 117
Mediterranean
architecture, 18, 141, 155, 166, 185, 190, 240‑241, 244‑245, 251‑252, 270, 272, 276‑277, 279, 284, 290‑291, 293‑305, 308‑312, 314‑317, 319‑320, 323‑324, 327
climate, 143, 156, 163, 182, 192, 244, 252, 254, 259, 261, 284‑285, 295, 299, 301, 313
influence in Australia, 285, 293‑294, 298, 301, 302, 305, 309, 310, 314, 320
influence in California, 163, 261, 262‑263, 270, 278, 285, 287, 302‑303
‘Mediterranean’ style, 156, 164
Melbourne Botanic Gardens, 286
Melbourne Building, Canberra, ACT, 309
Melbourne international exhibition
1854 see exhibitions, international
Melbourne Punch, 69, 91, 117
Melbourne, Victoria, 26, 28, 36‑39, 43‑45, 49‑53, 55, 65‑66, 69‑70, 74, 88, 91‑92, 96, 98‑99, 104, 106‑109, 111, 116‑117, 120, 122, 124‑126, 139, 146‑147, 149, 151‑152, 228, 230, 232, 236, 255, 264, Americans in, 28, 59‑60
architecture in, 160, 179,186‑187, 192, 205, 207, 244, 301, 312‑315, 318, 323, 326, 328
art in, 51‑52, 55, 60, 69‑70, 98, 107, 124‑126, 147, 151
in nineteenth century, 23, 28,37,43, 45, 51‑52, 55, 74, 91‑92, 106‑109
in Picturesque Atlas, 123‑126, 136
‘Marvellous Melbourne’, 106
newspapers in, 91, 107, 117
photographic views, 36‑37, 53, 55
Melville, Harden S., 86
Merlin, Beaufoy, 31‑32, 57
Mexicans
in California, 21, 38, 41, 62, 140‑141, 145, 153, 156, 167, 198, 241, 243, 275
Millar, Louis du Puget, 188, 205
Miller, Joaquin, 96, 130, 140, 175
Millier, Arthur, 283
Milne, F. Kenneth, 179, 192
miners, 20, 24‑26, 28, 41, 44, 48‑50, 52, 59, 69, 73, 80, 87, 103, 105, 133, 252
mines
in Australia, 20, 26, 43, 59, 74, 83, 85, 96, 99, 111
in California, 48
mining, 69, 70, 83
Mission San Diego, San Diego, California, 240
Mission San Juan Capistrano, California, 141, 168, 201
Mission Santa Barbara, California, 175, 276
Mission Style (architecture), 76, 89, 104, 132, 141, 156, 166‑168, 175, 179‑180, 190, 225, 229, 231, 240, 244, 250, 272, 280, 283, 303‑304, 310, 312‑315, 320‑323, 326, 328
misinterpretation of term in
Australia, 303‑304, 315
missions, Californian see California
missions
modernism, 18, 97, 122, 160‑161, 181, 237, 240, 243‑244, 270, 278‑279, 282‑285, 292, 294, 296, 303, 323
modernity, 18, 20, 31‑32, 95, 113, 117, 122‑123, 131, 146, 159, 245, 251, 278‑280, 293‑295, 310, 314, 321‑323, 331
Modjeska, Helena, 263
Moffett, Silas Lyon, 116, 142, 147
Monolith Portland Cement, 291
Montecito, California, 241, 262, 277
Monterey, California, 129, 154‑155, 175, 197‑198, 202, 302
Moore, Charles, 168, 201, 232, 277, 285, 302
Moore, John D., 191, 207, 241, 297‑299, 300, 318, 325
Moorish influence
in Australia, 315
in Californian architecture, 225, 237, 241, 243, 270‑271, 276, 301
Mooser, William II, 277
Moran, Thomas, 130, 135
Morris, William, 163, 167, 170, 179, 200, 306
Mosman, NSW, 188, 192
Mueller, Ferdinand von, 252, 255, 286
Muir, John, 111, 129‑130, 135, 140, 156, 266
Murdoch, J. S., 306
Murphy’s Camp, California, 42, 64
Muybridge, Eadweard, 57, 74, 135
Nahl, Charles, 52
National Capital Planning
Committee, Canberra, ACT, 307, 309
Native Americans, 61, 83‑84, 89, 99, 110, 130, 132, 138‑139, 152, 156, 166‑168, 170, 172, 179, 239‑240, 271, 290
see also racism
Nerli, Girolamo, 126
Nettleton, Charles, 53
Neuhaus, Eugen, 243, 269‑270
Neutra, Richard, 284
Nevada City, California, 26‑27
New Mexico, 239‑240, 248
‘New Woman’, 175
New Zealand, 23, 36, 58, 121‑122, 146, 150, 158, 176, 200, 227, 260, 326
Newland, J. W., 34‑36
Newman College, University of
Melbourne, 186, 204
Newsom, Samuel, 229, 231
newspapers, 21, 24‑26, 37, 69, 71‑72, 78‑81, 91, 95, 116, 120, 161, 201, 320
American, 21, 26,79
Australian, 21, 40, 45, 51, 69, 91, 116, 120, 228, 230
European, 25‑26
Nicholls, Eric, 187
Nolan, Stephen, 253
Norris, Harry, 323
Northfield, James, 16, 309‑310, 331
Nutcote (house), Sydney, NSW, 299
O’Neill, Daniel, 45, 53
Oakden & Ballantyne, 179, 192
Oakeshott, G. J., 233‑234
Oakland, California, 42, 45, 56
Oceanic Steamship Company, 158, 235, 246
Oge, William L., 129
Ojai, California, 264, 271‑273, 275, 289‑290, 308‑309
Olmsted Brothers, 240, 242, 248
Olsen Lithographic Company, San
Francisco, 146
Onkaparinga, South Australia, 70
Open Road (magazine), 295
Ophir, NSW, 23
Orchard, Edward, 192
Out West see Land of Sunshine
Overland (magazine), 71, 75, 80, 96, 133, 142‑143
Owens, Charles Hamilton, 280, 291
Pacific Architect (magazine), 278
Pacific Coast Architect, 18
The Pacific Monthly, 159, 173, 175
Pacific Rim, 18, 20, 30, 57, 111‑112, 115, 134, 143, 145‑146, 155, 159, 162, 175‑176, 197, 226, 231‑232, 245, 252, 254, 260, 280, 284, 294, 305, 310, 321, 324, 331
as modern style, 18, 134, 145, 155, 175, 197, 252, 321
as place, 57, 115, 146, 226, 245, 331
as term, 18
Pacific Slope, 73, 95, 100, 111, 153
as term, 75, 77
literary style, 73
Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco
1915, 238, 247
palm tree, 133, 135‑136, 141, 177, 207, 245, 258, 262, 269‑270, 280‑281, 291, 319‑321
Palmquist, Peter, 6, 35, 42, 44, 61
Panama Canal, 226, 240, 245, 269
Panama Isthmus, 22
Panama–California exposition, San Diego 1915 see exhibitions, international
Panama–Pacific international
exposition, San Francisco 1915 see
exhibitions, international
panoramas, 24, 35‑38, 45, 53, 61‑62, 78, 83‑84, 102
Paraffine Paint Co., San Francisco, 182, 204, 235
Parliament House, Canberra, ACT, 185, 309
Pasadena, California, 18, 130, 163, 166, 168‑172, 184, 187‑191, 193, 205‑207, 235, 237, 242, 255‑256, 272, 282, 299, 308‑309, 311, 314, 316, 319
and architecture, 168‑169, 184, 188‑189, 205, 237, 242, 311
and art, 163, 166, 308
and bungalows, 18 170‑172, 184, 188‑189, 293
influence in Australia, 190, 193, 206‑207, 293, 319
James Peddle in, 187‑189, 206
population, 308
Pasadena City Hall, Pasadena, California, 308
Pasadena Playhouse, Pasadena, California, 319
Paterson, A. B. ‘Banjo’, 108
pattern books, 159, 162, 177, 179, 191, 196
Payne, Theodore, 18, 263‑265, 274, 289
Peddle, Elsie, 205
Peddle, James, 18, 169, 187‑192, 205‑207, 225, 280, 299, 313
Peddle, Thorp, & Walker (architects), Sydney, 191, 206, 327
Peirce, Augustus Baker, 37‑38, 46, 53‑54, 78
Peixotto, Ernest, 235, 259, 287
Penelon, Henri, 38‑39, 62, 63
performers
in Australia, 53
see also entertainment
Perrott, Leslie, 206, 312
Perth, WA, 109, 160, 301‑302, 315, 318, 325
Peter, C. Merriam, 96
petrol stations, 321‑322
The Photographic News, 86
photography, 20
and other arts, 33, 35, 37, 52
in America, 31, 34‑45, 46‑49, 56‑57, 61, 63‑64
in Australia, 15, 17, 20, 29‑34, 36‑38, 40, 45‑46, 49‑57, 65, 121‑122, 138, 149
in California, 31, 34‑45, 46‑49, 63, 152, 279, 281
in the American West, 32
Physics Building, University of
Sydney, NSW, 298
Pibrac House, Warawee, NSW, 161
Pickford, Mary, 251, 285
Pico, Pio, 62
the picturesque, 106‑153, 198
and California, 259
and eucalyptus, 136, 152, 251, 260, 268, 279, 283
as an aesthetic concept, 111‑115, 127‑128, 134‑135, 140, 143‑144, 284
in photography, 34, 57, 279
industry, 112‑115, 122, 124, 131, 143
urban picturesque, 114, 123, 127, 136, 138
Picturesque America, 112‑114, 119, 121,130
Picturesque atlas of Australasia, 18, 109, 111‑112, 115‑116, 119‑125, 127, 131‑132, 134, 136‑138, 142, 146‑148, 150‑152
Picturesque Canada, 115‑116, 120, 149, 152
Picturesque California, 112, 115, 127‑136, 138‑143, 145‑146, 152‑153
plants
native species in Australia, 302, 314
see also introduced plants
Platt, Charles A., 296
Polyzoides, Stephanos, 273, 285
poppy flower, 169, 259
population, 23, 26, 38, 60, 62, 106, 110, 156, 199, 228, 240, 308
porch see sleeping porch
portability, 17, 30
Portland, Oregon, 175
Portola festival, San Francisco, 232
portraiture
in photography, 33‑34, 38, 43, 46, 49
post‑colonial studies, 19, 60
posters, 16‑17, 19, 21, 24, 58, 76‑77, 90‑92, 143, 145, 158, 267, 282, 293, 310
Prairie School design, 185, 306
Pratt, Charles M., 264
prefabricated building, 8, 154, 197
Prescott, Arizona, 39, 63
printing in California, 24, 143‑146, 153, 159
printmaking, 69‑70, 82, 107
PTW Architects see Peddle, Thorp, & Walker
Punch, 69
Queen Anne Style, 161‑162, 188, 195, 200
Queensland, 70‑71, 121, 138, 149, 182, 199, 233
Queenslander (architecture), 179, 207
Quirot & Co, San Francisco, 87, 103
racism, 96
in America, 73, 80, 138‑141
in Australia, 73, 75, 138
railroad, 20, 31, 89, 98‑99, 109‑110, 113, 140, 145, 147‑148, 158, 258, 264, 289, 321
Ramona, 110, 140, 152, 172, 272
Rancho San Joaquin, California, 38
Rancho Santa Fe, California, 251‑252, 270, 272‑277, 282, 285, 298, 321
Real Property Annual, 192, 312
Redi‑Cut, 179, 196
Redwood Export Co, Sydney, 194
redwood tree, 24, 111, 134, 236, 252‑253, 285
Redwood (house), Rosebery, NSW, 193‑197, 225, 236
Regent Theatre, Melbourne, Victoria, 315‑316
reinforced concrete see concrete
Remington, Frederic, 116, 130, 132, 138‑139, 152
reproducibility, 17‑18, 330
Requa, Richard S., 270‑273, 275, 290, 309
Rice, Lilian, 272, 275
Richardson, Henry Hobson, 161, 187, 311
Riggs, Lutah Maria, 277
Riso Rivo, Montecito, California, 262
Riverside, California, 156
Roberts, Tom, 26, 124‑126
Robertson, George, 73
Roehrig, Frederick L., 188
Rolph, James, 235‑236
Romanticism, 49, 110, 114, 135, 168, 268, 281
Roosevelt, Theodore, 156‑157, 174, 202, 240
Rose, Guy, 284
Rowan, Ellis, 121, 150
Roxy Theatre, Parramatta, NSW, 318
Royal Automobile Club of Australia, 295
Royce Hall, University of California, Los Angeles, California, 301, 302
Rulofson, William Herman, 41
Ruskin, John, 163, 165, 170
Russell, Henry, 84, 88, 102
Sacramento, 22, 24, 27, 89, 102, 104, 151
Salon, 180, 192
Saltbush Bill (Mr. W. Mills), 233, 235
Salvator, Ludwig, 258, 282
San Diego, California, 158, 191, 225‑228, 239‑241, 243‑245, 249‑251, 264, 269‑272, 275, 277, 284, 289, 290, 298, 318
and architecture, 239‑240,248, 270‑271, 290
and Australians, 239‑240, 269
and eucalyptus, 245, 264, 269‑270, 275‑276, 289
and Native Americans, 239
and Panama‑California
Exposition 1915, 191, 225‑228, 239‑241,243‑244, 248, 250, 271‑272, 284, 318
and Spanish Style, 241, 243‑244, 250
population, 240
San Fernando Valley, California, 258
San Francisco Examiner, 100
San Francisco, California, 18, 20‑25, 28, 34‑39, 42, 45, 58, 65, 75‑77, 80‑81, 87‑91, 94, 96, 98‑99, 103‑106, 109‑111, 117, 128‑130, 139, 142‑146, 148, 158, 165, 175, 177, 182, 191, 198‑199, 226‑228, 230‑239, 243, 245, 250, 253, 255, 257, 259, 266‑269, 286, 291, 294, 308, 311, 315
and architecture, 177, 229, 238, 277, 315
and Australians, 21‑23, 58, 75‑77, 81, 106, 117, 146, 191, 198, 231‑239, 247, 268
and ‘The Big Four’, 111
and eucalyptus, 253, 255, 257, 266‑269, 286
and Midwinter International
exposition 1894, 230‑231, 267
and Panama‑Pacific International
Exposition 1915, 177, 199, 226‑228, 231‑239, 245, 250, 266‑268, 311
and photography, 34‑37, 41, 96
and Picturesque California, 128‑130
art and design in, 24‑25, 75, 87‑89, 104, 111, 128‑129, 143‑145, 148, 165‑166, 235, 237, 247, 257, 259, 291
Chinese in, 96, 99, 139
during gold rush, 20‑25, 35‑36, 38, 65, 87, 89, 104
earthquake 1906, 227
music in, 87‑91, 94, 103‑105
population, 23
Stephen Massett in, 18, 88‑91, 94, 104
Mission San Juan Capistrano, 141, 168, 201
San Michele see Shadowood
Sanders, F. Hedley, 314
Sandweiss, Martha, 29, 31
Sandwich Islands (Hawaii), 21, 36
Santa Barbara, California, 166, 175, 205, 241‑242, 248, 254‑255, 261‑263, 276‑277, 288, 291, 308‑309, 311, 314, 340
and architecture, 166, 205, 241‑242, 248, 277, 311
and Australia, 314
and plants, 261‑263, 288, 291
Santa Clara, California, 156, 287
Santa Fe Railway stations, 311
Santa Monica, California, 255‑258, 287
Sarco (horse), 62‑63
Sayce, Conrad, 301
Schell, Frederic B., 116, 120‑121, 127, 134, 149‑150
Schindler, Rudolf, 284
Schmidt, Max, 143, 145, 153
Scribner’s (magazine), 116, 120
Sears Roebuck & Co., 203
Seattle, Washington, 189, 196, 207, 308
Sepulveda, Don Jose, 38
service station see petrol station
Sessions, Kate, 269, 289
‘Seth Kinman’, 78, 100
Shadow Ranch Park, Canoga Park, California, 258
Shadowood (house), Bowral, NSW, 298
Sharp & Frith, 36
Shasta City, California, 23
sheet music, 75‑76, 81‑94, 97, 101‑105, 319
The age of gold—directions on
how to get it, 86
Clear the way! or Song of the
wagon road, 89, 92
California as it is, 84
California; or, the feast of gold, 83
The California pioneers, 87
Cheer boys cheer!, 84
City of Sydney polka, 94
The eucalypti waltzes, 94, 97
Gentle Annie, 94
The good time’s come at last, 83, 86
He died in California, 85
The heathen Chinee, 82
The heathen Chinee musical
album, 82
Learning to walk, 89
My bud in heaven, 92‑93
News from home quadrille, 86
Pull away cheerily! The gold
digger’s song, 83‑84
San Francisco quadrilles, 104
Take back the ring, dear Jamie, 92, 104
The two lands of gold, 84
When the moon on the lake is
beaming, 88, 90, 92‑93
Shelley, Max, 320
Sherer, John, 52
Shingle Style, 164, 170
Shinn, Charles Howard, 130
Shugg, Charles, 119
The simple home, 165, 200
sleeping porch, 165‑166, 177, 200
Smedley William T., 18, 115‑116, 120‑127, 132, 151
Smeraldi, Giovanni, 316
Smith, Bernard, 106, 160
Smith, George Washington, 277, 284, 291
Smith, Sydney Ure, 294
Sodersten, Emil, 322
Soilleux, G. A., 314
Sonoma (Oceanic Steamship
Company), 235
Sonora Herald, 42
Sonora, California, 25‑26, 41‑44, 48‑49, 56, 63, 198
Sonora, Mexico, 41
Soulé, Frank, 91
The South Australian Register, 68
Southern California Acclimatizing
Association, 261
Southern Pacific Railroad, 174, 176
Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, California, 168‑169, 280
Spain, Alfred, 191, 307
Spanish Colonial architectural
style, 225, 239‑244, 269‑273, 282, 284
Spanish Revival architecture, 170, 239‑240, 244, 270, 278, 280, 285, 302, 315‑316
Spanish Style architecture, 18, 245, 250‑252, 271‑274, 277‑280, 284‑285, 292‑294, 299, 302, 312‑315, 317, 319‑321, 325, 328, 330
Spirit of the Times (magazine), 88, 91, 104
Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, 235, 311
Stansfield, John Spencer, 195
Stanton, Richard, 193‑196, 225, 236
Starr, Kevin, 18
State Theatre, Sydney, NSW, 316
steamship lines, 158‑159
Sterner, Albert E., 141
Stickley, Gustav, 163, 166, 170‑171, 200, 262, 272
Stockton, California, 22, 24, 34, 41, 43, 46, 56, 65
Street, Arthur I., 176
Struss, Karl, 281, 292
studios, photographic, 34, 39, 45‑46, 53, 56, 64, 148, 163
Sullivan, Louis, 170, 183, 229
Sulman, John, 185, 306‑310
Sunset (magazine), 18, 158‑159, 165, 174‑176, 182, 237, 259‑260, 265, 278, 321‑322
Sunset Limited (train), 174
Sydney, NSW, 18, 21‑23, 27‑28, 33‑37, 46, 49, 53, 58, 62, 65, 69, 86, 88, 92‑94, 98, 107‑109, 116, 118, 120, 122, 125, 136, 147‑149, 151‑152, 156, 158‑161, 180, 182‑183, 186‑194, 199, 204, 207, 226, 235‑236, 244, 253, 262, 286, 295, 297, 299‑300, 306, 309, 311, 315, 319‑320, 322, 325‑326
Aboriginal tribe Eora, 246
and Americans, 21, 307
and architecture, 18, 156, 160‑161, 183, 186‑194, 205, 236, 241, 244, 296‑300, 306‑307, 311, 313, 315, 318‑320, 322, 325‑326
and art, 36, 93, 98, 107‑108, 118, 122, 125, 147, 149, 151‑152, 294, 300
and eucalyptus, 253, 262, 286
and gold rushes, 21‑23, 28
and photography, 33‑34, 37, 46, 49, 53, 61‑62, 65, 298, 313
and Picturesque Atlas of
Australasia, 109, 116, 120, 122‑123, 147‑149, 151
Centenary celebrations 1888, 107‑109
furniture sold in, 179‑180
gardens in, 320‑321
International exhibition 1879, 228
music in, 86, 88, 92‑94, 295, 319
radio in, 295, 319
Spanish Style in, 244, 313, 328
theatres, 315‑316
Sydney Building, Canberra, ACT, 309
Sydney Ducks, 22, 58
Sydney Harbour, Sydney, 21, 24, 37, 107, 186, 296, 299, 313
The Sydney Morning Herald, 120
Take Down Manufacturing
Company, Seattle, Washington, 196
Taylor, Florence, 181, 183‑184, 186, 204, 206, 307, 311, 321‑322
Taylor, George, 118, 176‑177, 180‑185, 204, 225, 227, 229, 232, 235, 237, 268‑269, 311, 321‑322
Texas, 39, 40, 63, 311
theatre design, 71, 88, 93, 103, 111, 151, 315, 316, 318‑319, 321, 324
Theosophical Society, 271
Thomas, Edmund, 93‑94
Thorp, Frank, 190, 207
Thorp, S. G., 190‑191
Thorp, Samuel George, 189‑191, 206‑207, 299, 313
Thring, Frank, 315
Todd, Frank Morton, 233
Torrance, California, 242
Touring Topics (magazine, later
Westways), 18, 251‑252, 279‑285, 291‑292, 295, 321‑322
tourism, 113, 114, 142, 154, 251, 279, 295
town planning, 181, 183, 186, 189, 195, 207, 237‑238, 307
Towns, Robert, 21
Traill, William, 117‑119, 138, 149
Train, Robert F., 166, 201
Treat, Payson Jackson, 235
Trevenna House, Armidale, NSW, 161
Trollope, Anthony, 107
True Californian, 91
Truman, B. C., 95
Tuolumne County, California, 25
Twain, Mark see Clemens, Samuel
Tyne‑side Photographic Gallery, 39
Union Theatres, 315
University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 187, 205
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, 201
University of Sydney, NSW, 295, 298, 303
University of Western Australia, Perth, WA, 301‑302
Vallecito, California, 42, 44
Vallejo, Fannie, 61
Van Dyke, T. S., 130
Van Nuys, Isaac N., 258
Vance, Robert H., 24, 35
Vancouver, Canada, 158, 188‑189, 205, 235‑236, 288
Venice, California, 257, 309
Vernon, Christopher, 302
Vernon, H. V., 311
Vernon, Walter Liberty, 157
Vigilance Committee, San Francisco, 22, 24
Viollet‑le‑Duc, Eugéne Emmanuel, 161
von Guerard, Eugene, 228
von Mueller, Ferdinand, 150
Wagner, Otto, 185
Walker Sons & Bartholomew, Sydney, 188
Walker, F. H. Earnest, 191, 206, 241, 299
Walker, Hiram, 235
Walker, William C., 253