Coloured pencil on blue card sketched by Olive Pink, T.R.H (Thompsons Rock Hole), 1942. Not identified by Olive Pink. "Has black berries with russ (waxy) calex later, grows from a few feet to 5ft high - creamy blossom and stamens"
Water colour and pencil on paper sketched by Olive Pink, Thompsons Rock Hole, 16/12/42. Described by Olive Pink as " aboriginal name Nulyubi (vine) don't know whites name - a very strong vine - the aboriginies use in place of string - twine - dull surface, berries".
Coloured pencil on paper sketched by Olive Pink, 9/10/42. Identified by Olive Pink as Bean Tree. (Erythrina vespertilio) "flowers point upwards - this branch was growing like this (a la Japanese print I thought!)"
Coloured pencil on paper sketched by Olive Pink, Thompsons Rock Hole, 27/8/42. Described by Olive Pink as " I call this hybiscus but I think the whites here call it the Desert Rose ( a silly name !). Fully open blossom - the effect is very papery and slightly more mauve ( in parts) than I have it - buds lovely, rosey and like quince blossom buds rather".
Coloured pencil on paper sketched by Olive Pink, Thompsons Rock Hole, 27/8/42. Not identified by Olive Pink. "Don't know name - small low plant and tall ones too. Very difficult so frail in texture and transparent paperish that the light shine through. They come out at dusk and look lovely ( 5 petals) stamens the same colour as petals with deeper knobs of pollen"