Elizabeth, II, 1926 (Queen of Great Britain and Northern Ireland)
Found in 40 Collections and/or Records:
154 x 114 mm. Showing King George V shaking hands with a Basuto chief, with Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, standing behind the king on the dais. Princess Elizabeth, now Queen Elizabeth II, can be seen in the background.
195 x 241 mm. Showing the Queen, Prince Philip and Sir Alexander Hood leaving the Sessions House.
This film (part one of a two-part film) records the Royal party leaving Buckingham Palace on January 31st 1947 to cheering crowds and boarding a train at Waterloo Station for Portsmouth. It records the Royal party boarding HMS Vanguard, entertainment on deck during the voyage, and their arrival at Cape Town on February 17th 1947.
This film (second part of a two-part film) records the Royal Party's visit to Kenilworth Racecourse, near Cape Town, the opening by the King of the Ninth Union Parliament, and the Royal Party's visit to Port Elizabeth. It closes with a brief African dancing scene.
245 x 198 mm. Showing Queen Elizabeth II inspecting exhibits at the stand, escorted by Peter Thorneycroft (1909-), President of the Board of Trade 1951-1957, and Wilfrid Arthur Ward (1892-1981), Commissioner for Malaya in the U.K. 1948-1953.
245 x 198 mm. Showing the Queen inspecting a plate (probably Kelantan silverware) held by W.A. Ward, with Peter Thorneycroft standing in the background.
Showing the Queen looking at Malayan silverware with the Duke of Edinburgh, Mr and Mrs W.A. Ward and Peter Thorneycroft.
247 x 190 mm.
241 x 194 mm. Showing the Queen and Prince Philip leaving Government House in a horse drawn landau.
241 x 194 mm. Showing the Queen and Prince Philip waving as they leave the Sessions House in a horse drawn landau.
The order of divine service for Tuesday 2nd June 1953.
The order of divine service for Tuesday 2nd June 1953.
A three-page memorandum by S.J. Robinson on the Queen's visit, enclosed with a letter to A.J. Whiteway of 30 December 1953. There is also a letter to Robinson from Martin Charteris, 28 December 1953, enclosing a photograph, included in this collection, of the Queen's visit to his home. The letters and memorandum are undated typescript copies.
241 x 194 mm. A photograph taken inside the Assembly House where various dignitaries and officials are gathered. The Queen and Prince Philip are seated at the head of the room with the Governor, Lieut-General Sir Alexander Hood, while two bewigged officials hand the address to the Queen.
175 x 240 mm. President Makarios with Queen Elizabeth II during visit to Cyprus.
A cutting from 'The Daily Telegraph'.
An address to Princess Elizabeth (later Elizabeth II) on her 21st birthday from the Australian branches of the Royal Empire Society, 21 April 1947, signed by the Presidents and Secretaries of the branches. There is a covering note of 12 August 1947.
241 x 190 mm. Showing the Queen being greeted by Tuanku Abdul Halim and Tuanku Bahiyah on her arrival at Port Kelang at the start of the 1972 State Visit.
The order of service for the unveiling by Her Majesty The Queen and dedication of a memorial to all those who served the Crown in the colonial territories, Wednesday 23 March 1966 at 11.30 am.
The caption on the reverse of the print reads: 'The arrival: The royal couple alight from British Overseas Airways 'Canopus' and are greeted by his Excellency the Governor, Lieutenant General Sir Alexander Hood. At left are Lady Hood, Miss Rosemary Hood, and Wing-Commander John Fountain; at right, Wing-Commander E. M. Ware'. The print is also annotated on the reverse with the reference 'ER-1'.
Note: the last name in this caption has been scored out, it is unclear by whom.
On the reverse of this print is the following caption supplied by Bermuda News Bureau: 'The Queen inspecting the guard of honour commanded by Major Brownlow Tucker'.
The print is also annotated on the reverse with the reference 'ER 18'.
Showing a view of the Queen inspecting the Guard of Honour commanded by Major Browlow Tucker. The print is annotated on the reverse with the reference 'ER 13'.
Showing the Queen in the Old Town, probably moving towards St. Peter's Church after presentations. The caption 'In the Old town' is handwritten on the reverse of the print, as is the reference 'ER-2'.
Showing a close view of the Queen, with Archdeacon John Stow and the Governor near the bottom of St. Peter's Church steps.
- Type: Archival Object X
- Europe (continent) 28
- United Kingdom (nation) 27
- North and Central America (continent) 25
- Bermuda (dependent state) 24
- England (country) 5
- Saint George's (parish (political)) 5
- Bermuda Island (island) 4
- British Isles (island group) 4
- Earl's Court (neighbourhood) 4
- Great Britain (island) 4
- Greater London (metropolitan area) 4
- Hamilton (inhabited place) 4
- Kensington and Chelsea (borough) 4
- Africa (continent) 3
- Pembroke (parish (political)) 3
- Asia (continent) 2
- Cape Town (inhabited place) 2
- Great Sound (sound) 2
- South Africa (nation) 2
- Auckland (inhabited place) 1
- Auckland (region) 1
- Cyprus (island) 1
- Cyprus (nation) 1
- Kelang (inhabited place) 1
- Lesotho (nation) 1
- London (inhabited place) 1
- Malay Peninsula (peninsula) 1
- Malaysia (nation) 1
- New Zealand (nation) 1
- North Island (island) 1
- Oceania (continent) 1
- Pemba Island (region) 1
- Port Elizabeth (inhabited place) 1
- Portsmouth (inhabited place) 1
- Sandy's (parish (political)) 1
- Selangor (state) 1
- Somerset Island (island) 1
- West Malaysia (division (national)) 1 ∧ less
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.