Found in 392 Collections and/or Records:
Photograph of the travellers tree in Singapore taken by G R Lambert.
Photograph of the exterior of Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire taken from the west. Additional copy at CHAR 28/87A/14.
Photograph of the picture gallery of Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire. Additional copies at CHAR 28/87A/11 and CHAR 28/87A/13. See also CHAR 28/87A/26.
Photograph of the exterior of Hatfield House, Hertfordshire taken from the north west taken by Valentine of Dundee.
Photograph of the marble dining hall of Hatfield House, Hertfordshire by Valentine of Dundee.
Reproduction of a portrait photograph of Queen Alexandra.
Newspaper cutting of a photograph of Lady Randolph Churchill dressed in uniform arriving at "the great Anglo Saxon fellowship meeting".
Cutting of a newspaper photograph of Lady Randolph Churchill from Irish Life.
Newspaper cutting [from the Sunday Pictorial] of photographs of the military funeral of Lady Gerard.
Newspaper cutting of a photograph of King George V, Queen Mary and Queen Alexandra greeting Australians. WSC, [Arthur] Duke of Connaught and Sir Douglas Haig are also pictured.
Photographs of Montagu Porch at 8 Cyprian's House, Coomassie [Gold Coast, later Ghana] including a photograph of him with the Bishop of Accra. Annotated with notes by Porch of the subjects of the photographs. Envelope present.
Leaflet issued by the Edinburgh University Liberal Association [Scotland] announcing the candidature of WSC for the Lord Rectorship of the University. Includes photograph of WSC. Sent with CHAR 2/33/41.
Photograph of George Wyndham issued in connection with his candidature for the Lord Rectorship of Edinburgh University [Scotland]. Sent with CHAR 2/33/41.
Illustrated programme of the Primrose League Grand Habitation Demonstration, featuring a photograph of WSC.
Album of photographs of the aftermath of the riots in Cawnpore [later Kanpur, India].
Letter from Alan Hillgarth [Naval Attache at Madrid, Spain] to Charles Thompson [Personal Assistant to WSC] with photographs of Lieutenant-Colonel Dudley Clarke dressed as a woman and after he was allowed to change.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.