Basically New Zealands version of the NYPL Digital Gallery, Timeframes is an online library of images from the Alexander Turnbull Library.
The Alexander Turnbull Library, a division of the National Library of New Zealand, holds the nation’s pre-eminent collection of books, manuscripts, music, maps, sound recordings, ephemera, photographs, cartoons, paintings, drawings and prints. The picture collections cover the social and natural history of New Zealand, the Pacific and Antarctica from the earliest European contact to the present.A selection of over 20,000 images is available through the Timeframes website. Users have the ability to use these images for free in research and homework assignments and the ability to purchase high quality copies. Just like the Digital Gallery this is a really good resource. I used this to do a social studies assignment in Year 10 and my Achivement Standard 1.1 in Year 11. The Timeframes website provides a link to the picture catalogue at the Australian National Library.