Series List and Summary Descriptions


Series 1 Records generated from researching and cataloging Ernest Westlake's papers in the Pitt Rivers Museum and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.

The materials in this series were assembled as part of the research into and documentation of the records of Ernest Westlake in the Pitt Rivers Museum and the Oxford University Museum of Natural History. They include Rebe Taylor's handwritten cataloging notes made in 2000; some imaged publications by Aubrey Westlake, Jean Westlake and N. J. B. Plomley, images of the display panels that formerly accompanied parts of the Westlake Collection in the Pitt Rivers Museum created in about 1925; a 2007 unpublished essay 2007 by Stella Brecknell, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History librarian; Ernest Westlake's brith certificate; and photographs by Rebe Taylor and Gavan McCarthy.

Other publications by, or about, Ernest Westlake and his papers are listed seperately in the Bibliography included in this Guide. There are also other published and unpublished records located in other series in this Guide generated by scholars researching Ernest Westlake's collections, including Henry Balfour, W. J. Sollas, J. Reid Moir and Justin B. Delair.

The folder and folio numbers shown in the 'Control' field under each item were assigned by Rebe Taylor in 2000, except for the control 1998.466, which refers to the Pitt Rivers Museum Photograph Collections.


Provenance: Taylor, Rebe (1971- )

 

Series 2 Correspondence: Tasmanian Collection 1893-1916 and French Collection 1923-1976
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

This series can be loosely divided into correspondence with:

1. Edward Burnett [E. B.] Tylor
2. Ernest Westlake
3. Aubrey Westlake

1. The correspondence with Edward Burnett Tylor dates from 1893 to 1906 and includes letters from Henry Ling Roth, W. L. Williamson, Joseph Paxton Moir, A. W. Howitt and others. These letters are mostly concerned with Tasmanian Aboriginal stone implements. They predate Ernest Westlake's journey to Tasmania and have no direct relationship with him. It appears that someone in the Pitt Rivers Museum in the past (possibly Henry Balfour, who studied the Westlake Collection from 1923) placed this correspondence with the Westlake Papers.

2. The correspondence with Ernest Westlake dates from 1908 to 1916 and can be divided into three groups: letters to his children, Aubrey and Margaret Westlake, from 1908 to 1910 documenting, in detail, his time in Tasmania; letters from Joseph Paxton Moir and J. W. Beattie, F. A. Bather and other papers from 1910-1916 mostly concerned with collecting and shipping stone implements from Hobart to London; letters and papers Ernest Westlake mostly formed while in Tasmania, including correspondence with Fritz Noetling, Henry Dresser Atkinson among others from 1908-1910, and notes of colonial settlers' memories of the Aborigines in the 1890s.

3. The correspondence with Aubrey Westlake dates from 1923 to 1976 and includes letters to, and from, Henry Balfour, T. K. Penniman and Donald Baden-Powell as well as a short biography of Ernest Westlake by Aubrey Westlake. These letters are mostly concerned with the progress and development of research by scholars studying Westlake's Tasmanian and French Collections in Oxford.

Note: Many of Aubrey Westlake’s letters dating from the same period, and with several of the same correspondents included in this series are housed in Series 15, Westlake Archive, Oxford University Museum of Natural History and in Series 13, Westlake Collection Related Documents file 1934. 83-86, Pitt Rivers Museum.

Most of the envelopes listed in this series have had the stamps removed.

The folder and folio numbers shown in the 'Control' field under each item were assigned by Rebe Taylor in 2000.

Date Range: 1893 - 1976, Most 1893-1916
Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 

Series 3 Notebooks: Tasmania 1908-1910
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

This series comprises six notebooks in which Ernest Westlake recorded his rough notes dating from about the time of his departure from England on 24 September 1908 to his return there on 1 August 1910. The notebooks vary in length (from 48 pages to 161 Pages) and in size, but none, when opened are larger than an A4 page. Ernest Westlake numbered the pages in all his notebooks; all page number references are to those which he created.

Ernest Westlake's notes include places, names and other comments, and (in Notebooks 2-6) his interviews with ninety-five Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Tasmanians about Tasmanian Aboriginal history, culture and language. It is these interview notes, along with the correspondence in Series 2, that form (from an archivist's or historian's point of view) the most significant core of the papers relating to Ernest Westlake's Tasmanian Collection, as explained below. For that reason Series 2 and 3 have the most detailed levels of description.

Ernest Westlake's Aboriginal interviewees, whom Ernest Westlake called ‘half-castes', include the descendants of Fanny Cochrane Smith, predominantly of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, and the Bass Strait Islanders.

His non-Aboriginal interviewees consisted of a range of people - publicans, politicians, famers and clergymen - from across the island. Many were elderly, and retained memories of settlement from childhood. Others had stories passed on to them from relatives who were born in, or came to, Tasmania early in its colonial history. While Ernest Westlake gives little or no information about his interviewees, some are well documented figures of the period. Ernest Westlake made further contacts through his interviews, with people recommended in the notes of one interview regularly appearing later as interviewees.

Ernest Westlake did not always date his interviews, nor keep a daily diary (although his regular letters to his children, Aubrey and Margaret Westlake, often indicate his location). Ernest Westlake did not write down his questions, but what he sought is clear from the answers he noted, for example: how did the Aborigines use and make their stone tools? How did they make fire? Did they climb trees, and how? What did they eat, and how did they cook it? What was their language?

Ernest Westlake never published his anthropological findings, but his notebooks offer some rare and important insights, not only into traditional Tasmanian Aboriginal culture, but also into Tasmania's history. Westlake's notes on language and stone tools - especially those taken from non-Aboriginal Tasmanians - are littered with historical references many of which still excite debate historians of Tasmania.

The interviews in the notebooks were edited by N. J. B. Plomley and published in 1991 as The Westlake Papers. Since Plomley edited Westlake's notes without indicating where he had excised the original, often substantially, The Westlake Papers do not offer a reliable source without reference to the original.

The notebooks in this series were numbered by Westlake. Where shown, folder and folio numbers in the 'Control' field under each item were assigned by Rebe Taylor in 2000.

Date Range: September 1908 - June 1910
Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 

Series 4 Exercise Books: Tasmania 1909 - 1910
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

This series comprises 20 lined exercise books with various grey and blue card-board covers. Ernest Westlake has numbered some of the notebooks, but this guide refers to the numbers (1-20) allocated by Rebe Taylor in 2000. The pages in the exercise books are mostly unnumbered; when referring to particular entries this guide uses the image numbers, each of which includes two pages of an open exercise book.

With the exception of exercise book 7 (which was written by Joseph Paxton Moir in 1910) they all contain notes made by Ernest Westlake dating from (approximately) early 1908 to 1912. [See note below].They mostly include detailed references to colonial Government records, early newspapers and various published sources relating to Tasmanian Aborigines.

Exercise book 4 includes notes from the papers of Hobart photographer John Watt Beattie; exercise book 20 includes reflections about Tasmanian stone tools by Joseph Paxton Moir. Exercise books 15-17 include what appear to be Ernest Westlake’s attempts to organise his findings on Tasmanian Aboriginal culture into listed anthropological categories; exercise books 18-20 include what appear to be research notes Ernest Westlake made in England, possibly before travelling to Tasmania in 1908.

Further notes and cross references:

Westlake wrote to Aubrey and Margaret Westlake on 28 February 1910 that he was reading Government Records relating to the Aborigines; on 20 March 1910 he wrote to them again reporting that he had finished reading the final volume of those records: images 2-4, 16-18, WEST00025, Letters to Aubrey and Margaret Westlake 28 February 1910 and 20 March 1910, 'Correspondence from Ernest Westlake: February 1910 - October 1910', Series 2, Pitt Rivers Museum Manuscript Collections, Westlake Papers.

The book and folder numbers shown in the 'Control' field under each item were assigned by Rebe Taylor 2000.

Date Range: 1908? - 1912?   Quantity: 20 volumes
Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 

Series 5 Publications - Tasmanian Stone Implements and Aborigines
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

This series comprises six published papers concerning Tasmanian stone implements, Aborigines and the scientific community in Tasmania. Most seem to have been collected by Ernest Westlake prior to leaving for Tasmania or collected while in Tasmania. The publication of 1931, which postdates Westlake's death in 1922, would appear to have been added to the collection by someone else (possibly Henry Balfour who studied the Westlake Collection from 1923).

The folio numbers shown in the 'Control' field under each item were assigned by Rebe Taylor in 2000.

Date Range: 1891 - 1931, Most 1891-1909, 1931   Quantity: 6 volumes
Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 

Series 6 Publications - Tasmanian Travel and Tourism
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

This series comprises twenty-one published tourist guides and similar background information. Their publication dates indicate that they were assembled by Westlake prior to leaving for Tasmania and/or collected on his arrival in late 1908. Not all the touirst guides have been imaged.

The folio numbers shown in the 'Control' field under each item were assigned by Rebe Taylor in 2000.

Date Range: 1895 - c. 1908   Quantity: 21 volumes
Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 

Series 7 Photographs - Tasmanian Aboriginal People and Collecting Sites
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

This series comprises photographic prints, most of which were collected by Ernest Westlake between 1908-1910. The original images all pre-date Westlake's time in Tasmania.

The three part numeric control numbers shown in the 'Control' field under each item in this series refer to the Pitt Rivers Museum Photograph Collections, and were assigned in 2008. Where box and folio control numbers are shown, these were assigned by Rebe Taylor in 2000, before items were moved into the Photograph Collections.


Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 

Series 8 Photographs - Classified Tasmanian Stone Implements (mounted)
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

This series is comprised of 82 cards mounted with either 1 or 2 photographs of Tasmanian Aboriginal stone artefacts from the collection of the Reverend C. G. Wilkinson of Launceston. The cards and photographs were created by Ernest Westlake from about March to December 1909.

The top section of the mount card for each photograph includes a handwritten description of the stone tool using Westlake's abbreviated classification system (described below). Each card also has printed fields for the following data: Form; Size (mm.); Colour; Rock; Fracture; Chipping; Angle; Locality; Date; Collection. A simple hand-drawn outline of the stone's shape is included on the reverse of each card.

Westlake’s complete photographs of the Wilkinson Collection are divided into three groups, of which this Series is one. There are 218 photographs in total, organised into three sets: photographs mounted on cards [this series]; unmounted classified photographs from numbered envelopes [Series 9]; and unmounted and unclassified photographs from a single, unnumbered envelope [Series 10] .

These records were originally held in Box 5 of the Westlake Papers; however, in September 2008 they were added to the Westlake Collection (1998.466) of the Pitt Rivers Museum Photograph Collections. Rebe Taylor's folio registration numbers (created in 2000) have been included in the descriptions, and in brackets as part of the 'Control' information for each item. Her original cataloging notes for Series 8, 9 and 10 are in: [WEST00336, 'Westlake Papers, Rebe Taylor cataloguing notes for the photographs that were added to photograph collection 1998.466, September 2008', Series 1, in Rebe Taylor, with Michael Jones and Gavan McCarthy, Stories in Stone: an annotated history and guide to the collections and papers of Ernest Westlake (1855-1922), The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre, 2012].

Further notes and cross references:

Note: the following notes also relate to Series 9 and 10 in this Guide.

It is possible to approximately date Ernest Westlake's photography project from his correspondence to his children, Aubrey and Margaret Westlake. In a letter of 14 February 1909 Ernest Westlake wrote that he had asked the Reverend C. G. Wilkinson if he could photograph the collection: [images 25-27, WEST00022, Letter to Aubrey and Margaret Westlake, 14 February 1909, 'Correspondence from Ernest Westlake: December 1908 - April 1909', Series 2, Pitt Rivers Museum Manuscript Collections, Westlake Papers].

On 25 December 1909 he reported that he had finished his photographic project and left Launceston to collect stone implements: [images 4-6, WEST00338, 'Tasmanian Collection: Related Documents. 1934.83 - 86, part 2', Series 13, Pitt Rivers Museum].

Westlake's correspondence to his children also reveals that he appears to have begun the photography project three times (a possible explanation for the three different series of photographs, and the fact many are duplicated). It seems Westlake first began work in the flat he rented in Launceston, a second time in the Launceston power station, and lastly in the basement of the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery in Launceston. He wrote to his children that he was 'doing some printing' in the museum and it is possible that this was in reference to the cards on which most of the photographs are mounted.

Ernest Westlake's Notebook 4 written in this period, makes some brief references to photographic materials and techniques on pages 27-89, and there is a classification of Wilkinson's stone implement collection on page 75: [images 16-48, 40, WEST00004, 'Notebook 4', pages 27-89, 75, Series 3, Pitt Rivers Museum Manuscript Collections, Westlake Papers].

For detailed information and references to Ernest Westlake's interview notes with the Reverend C. G. Wilkinson, and to the correspondence and artefacts Wilkinson sent to the British Museum in 1901, see: [WEST00004, 'Notebook 4', Series 3, in Rebe Taylor, with Michael Jones and Gavan McCarthy, Stories in Stone: an annotated history and guide to the collections and papers of Ernest Westlake (1855-1922), The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre, 2012].

Date Range: 1909   Quantity: 82 items
Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 

Series 9 Photographs - Classified Tasmanian Stone Implements (unmounted)
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

This series is comprised of 70 photographs of Tasmanian Aboriginal stone artefacts from the collection of the Reverend C. G. Wilkinson of Launceston. The photographs were created by Ernest Westlake from about March to December 1909. There are also 11 envelopes in which the photographs were once stored with hand written letters and numbers that relate to Westlake's abbreviated classification system (described in the description for Series 8).

Westlake’s complete photographs of the Wilkinson Collection are divided into three groups, of which this Series is one. There are 218 photographs in total, organised into three sets: photographs mounted on cards [Series 8]; unmounted classified photographs from numbered envelopes [this Series]; and unmounted and unclassified photographs from a single, unnumbered envelope [Series 10].

These records were originally held in Box 5 of the Westlake Papers; however, in September 2008 they were added to the Westlake Collection (1998.466) of the Photograph Collections, Pitt Rivers Museum. Rebe Taylor’s folio registration numbers (created in 2000) have been included in the description, and in brackets as part of the 'Control' information for each item. In 2008 these original folio numbers were replaced so that the envelopes that once housed (and, in this series, classified) the photographs would not be assigned a folio number. New numbers, or the word 'envelope', were recorded next to these numbers in Rebe Taylor's cataloguing notes: [WEST00336, ‘Westlake Papers, Rebe Taylor cataloguing notes for the photographs that were added to photograph collection 1998.466, September 2008’, Series 1, in Rebe Taylor, with Michael Jones and Gavan McCarthy, Stories in Stone: an annotated history and guide to the collections and papers of Ernest Westlake (1855-1922), The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre, 2012].

For further notes and cross references for this Series, see the description for Series 8 in this Guide.

Date Range: 1909
Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 

Series 10 Photographs - Unclassified Tasmanian Stone Implements (unmounted)
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

This series is comprised of 64 photographs of Tasmanian Aboriginal stone artefacts from the collection of the Reverend C. G. Wilkinson of Launceston. The photographs were created by Ernest Westlake from about March to December 1909. Also included is 1 unmarked envelope in which these photographs were once stored [not imaged]. Ernest Westlake did not assign any classificatory numbers or markings to these photographs.

Ernest Westlake’s complete photographs of the Wilkinson Collection are divided into three groups, of which this Series is one. There are 218 photographs in total, organised into three sets: photographs mounted on cards [Series 8]; unmounted classified photographs from numbered envelopes [Series 9]; and unmounted and unclassified photographs from a single, unnumbered envelope [this Series] .

These records were originally held in Box 5 of the Westlake Papers; however, in September 2008 they were added to the Westlake Collection (1998.466) of the Photograph Collections, Pitt Rivers Museum. Rebe Taylor’s folio registration numbers (created in 2000) have been included in the description, and as part of the 'Control' information for each item. In 2008 these original folio numbers were replaced so that the envelopes that once housed (and, in Series 9, classified) the photographs would not be assigned a folio number. New numbers, or the word 'envelope', were recorded next to these numbers in Rebe Taylor's original cataloging notes. [See: WEST00336, ‘Westlake Papers, Rebe Taylor cataloguing notes for the photographs that were added to photograph collection 1998.466, September 2008’, Series 1, in Rebe Taylor, with Michael Jones and Gavan McCarthy, Stories in Stone: an annotated history and guide to the collections and papers of Ernest Westlake (1855-1922), The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre, 2012.]

For further notes and cross references for this Series, see the description for Series 8 in this Guide.

Date Range: 1909
Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 

Series 11 Maps - Tasmanian
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

This series includes Tasmanian maps of Bruni [Bruny] Island and southern Tasmania, collected, used and marked by Ernest Westlake between 1908-1910. Also included is a map of the entire island with an overlay used and marked by T. K. Penniman in about 1939 or 1940.

The folder and map numbers shown in the 'Control' field under each item were assigned by Rebe Taylor in 2000.

Date Range: 1908? - 1940?
Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 

Series 12 Notes and Notebooks: French Collection
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

This series includes handwritten notes and notebooks related to Ernest Westlake's collection of eoliths from Aurillac, Cantal region, France, formed in 1904-1906.

Most of these notes and notebooks are written by Ernest Westlake, but there are also extensive notes by W. J. Sollas generated from his study of the French collection which was housed in the Oxford University Museum of Natural History from 1923. There is also a handwritten manuscript by J. Reid Moir, who studied the French collection in the Ipswich Museum from 1937.

Also included are two picture postcards, undated and unaddressed.

Note: there are further, extensive, notes, notebooks and correspondence related to the French collection (including corresponence and papers by W. J. Sollas and J. Reid Moir) in Series 15 (and also Series 16), Westlake Archive, Oxford University Museum of Natural History and in Series 13, Westlake Collection Related Documents file 1934. 83-86, Pitt Rivers Museum.

For a narrative account drawn from these papers see: [WEST00349, 'Brecknell, Stella, A dubious inheritance: Ernest Westlake's 'eolith' collections', Series 1, Westlake Archive, Oxford University Museum of Natural History]. See also: Rebe Taylor, a href="bibliography.htm">2004.

The folder and folio numbers in the 'Control' field under each item, where shown, were assigned by Rebe Taylor in 2000.

Date Range: c. 1904 - c. 1908
Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 

Series 13 Westlake Tasmanian Aboriginal Stone Implement Collection Accession Documentation
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

This series includes records for the accession of the Westlake Collection of Tasmanian Aboriginal stone implements by the Pitt Rivers Museum, and related documentation.

These papers are not part of the Westlake Papers in the Pitt Rivers Museum Manuscript Collections, but form one of the Museum's 'Related Documents' series, numbered 1934.83-86. This number reflects the year the initial payment for the Westlake Collection of Tasmanian implements was made (1934), and the four books in which the collection was accessioned (83-86).

While not part of the Westlake Collection in the Pitt Rivers Museum Manuscript Collections, this series includes material that is closely related to, and offers important information for understanding, that archive.

The four Accession Books in this series are bound within two volumes: 'Collections IX' and 'Collections X'. The series also includes two lists of the sites in Tasmania from which Ernest Westlake collected stone implements, as well as labels and notes originally housed with the implements, and correspondence from Aubrey Westlake, Ernest Westlake, R. H. Green, T. K. Penniman, Ian Pearce, Roy Francis Nichols, Rhys Jones and Rebe Taylor dating from 1909-2001.

Note: Many of Aubrey Westlake’s letters dating from the same period, and with somel of the same correspondents included in this series are housed in Series 2, Westlake Collection, Manuscript Collections, Pitt Rivers Museum, and also Series 15, Westlake Archive, Oxford University Museum of Natrual History.

Date Range: 1908 - 1940
Provenance: Pitt Rivers Museum (1884- )

 

Series 14 'Stone Implements of the Natives of Tasmania'; unpublished manuscript and plates by Henry Balfour.
Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford

This series includes an unpublished, handwritten manuscript of Henry Balfour's unpublished paper 'Stone Implements of the Natives of Tasmania' that makes close reference to the Ernest Westlake Tasmanian Collection.

This Series also includes 14 plates of 131 pencil drawings from the Ernest Westlake Tasmanian Collection that were to illustrate this paper. They form part of the Henry Balfour Papers, Manuscrtipt Collections, Pitt Rivers Museum.

Date Range: 1923 - 1939
Provenance: Balfour, Henry (1863-1939)

 

Series 15 Correspondence and Biographical Papers: English and French Collections 1879-1993
Oxford University Museum of Natural History

This series comprises mostly of correspondence, notes and published papers related to Ernest Westlake’s English and French geological researches and collections formed from the 1870s until his journey to Tasmania in 1908. The authors of most the letters, notes and publications are:

1. Ernest Westlake, from about 1879-1922
2. Justin B. Delair, from about 1955-1985
3. Aubrey Westlake, from about 1923-1993

Note: There are substantial notes and notebooks relating to Ernest Westlake's French Collection in Series 12, Westlake Collection, Manuscript Collections, Pitt Rivers Museum and also in Series 16, Westlake Archive, Oxford Natural History Museum.

Many of Aubrey Westlake’s letters dating from the same period, and with several of the same correspondents included in this series, are located in Series 2, Westlake Collection, Manuscript Collections, Pitt Rivers Museum, and in Series 13, the Westlake Collection Related Documents File 1934.83-86, Pitt Rivers Museum.

The folder numbers shown in the 'Control' field under each item were assigned by the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.

Date Range: 1879 - 1993
Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 

Series 16 Notes and Notebooks: English and French Collections
Oxford University Museum of Natural History

This series includes Ernest Westlake’s notes relating mostly to his English, but also to his French, geological researches carried out from the late nineteenth century until his journey to Tasmania in 1908. There are 24 bound notebooks and many loose pages of handwritten text (mostly in lead pencil) interspersed with diagrams, sketches and drawings of shells, fossils, geological cross-sections and landscapes. This Guide refers to those numbers allocated by Ernest Westlake to his notebooks.

Also included is a typed copy of the unpublished paper by J. Reid Moir on Ernest Westlake’s French Eolith collection. (An unpublished manuscript of this paper is held in: WEST00414, 'The Eoliths from the Upper Miocene deposits of the Cantal, Central France, By J. Reid Moir F.R.S', Series 12, Westlake Collection, Manuscript Collections, Pitt Rivers Museum.)

Further notes and cross references:

For a detailed synopsis of 16 of Ernest Westlake's English geological notebooks see: [Justin B. Delair, 1981: images 13-24, Publications by Ernest Westlake, Justin B. Delair and others, 1853-1985, part 1, Series 15, Westlake Archive, Oxford University Museum of Natural History].

The folder numbers in the 'Control' field under each item, where shown, were assigned by the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.


Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 

Series 17 Notes and Correspondence: Paranormal and Psychical Research 1881-1894
Oxford University Museum of Natural History

This Series includes correspondence and notes related to Ernest Westlake’s research into the paranormal and psychical phenomena mostly carried out in the early 1800s, before his journey to Tasmania in 1908. It also includes Ernest Westlake’s research notes on the Bible, temperance, research slips from the British Library and published papers from the Liberty Paper and the Sunday Society.

Date Range: 1881 - 1939, mostly 1881-1894
Provenance: Westlake, Ernest (1855-1922)

 


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