Found in 2270 Collections and/or Records:
The caption on the reverse reads: '1. A view of the Uganda exhibit, showing a portion of the cottons, fibres, cereals, bark-cloth and jams'.
364 x 273 mm. Showing the three funnelled cruiser under steam. Photograph stamped 'Sir W.G. Armstrong, Whitworth and Co., Ltd.'
142 x 84 mm. Showing a wedding group in front of the bride's house, with Lieutenant Roberts and his wife, the three bridesmaids, Commander Green (best man) and an unidentified naval officer.
193 x 241 mm. The Prime Minister Clement Atlee addressing the delegates at Church House. The Secretary of State for the Colonies is seen on the Prime Minister’s right.
Quarter-plate (landscape format).
85 x 135 mm. Postcard showing the village harbour and coastline.
225 x 157 mm. Modern glossy copy of CC/1.
240 x 164 mm. Modern glossy copy of CC/1.
Photocopy, 138 x 92 mm. Artist’s impression of the Conference in progress.
Photocopy of CC/8 with the names added in ink.
Photocopy of the original of CC/7-8 but with the printed list of names differing from CC/8 in the identification of Sir Gordon Sprigg. There is a sheet of signatures of the delegates and officials at this conference. It was reproduced in the ‘Kipling Journal’ 240 (1986), 65.
152 x 133 mm. Photocopy of a smaller group, probably taken on the same occasion as CC/12.
241 x 165 mm. Unofficial group photograph taken at Nuneham Park, showing General Botha and Sir Wilfred Laurier with Prime Minister Asquith and Sir Joseph Ward. Also includes young members of the Asquith and Harcourt families. Photograph from a plate facing p. 304 of O.D. Skelton, ‘Life and letters of Sir Wilfred Laurier’ (1922), II.
Proof copy of a half-tone reproduction of CC/15 and cutting from ‘Commonwealth Journal’, July/Aug. 1962, 170 featuring it and naming all participants.
203 x 113 mm. Half-tone plate from ‘United Empire’ 8 facing p. 413, of a group outside the Colonial Conference, naming those included.
Photocopy from Cecil Edwards, ‘Bruce of Melbourne’ (1965), p. 110 of the same painting in CC/20. There is also a photocopy of a ‘Punch’ cartoon referring to the Conference on the same sheet.
185 x 95 mm. Photocopy of official group photograph taken in the garden of 10 Downing St. From ‘United Empire’ 14, p. 619, which includes list of participants.
134 x 184 mm. Photocopy of informal photograph of Stanley Baldwin, W.L. Mackenzie King, S.M. Bruce and Winston Churchill in the garden of 10 Downing St. From Cecil Edwards, ‘Bruce of Melbourne’ (1965), p. 110.
110 x 109 mm. Photocopy of informal photograph of Stanley Baldwin, Lord Curzon, W.L. Mackenzie King, Senator R.V. Wilson and S.M. Bruce in the garden of 10 Downing St. From the cover of R.F. Holland, ‘Britain and the Commonwealth Alliance' (1981).
138 x 76 mm. Photocopy. Stanley Baldwin and others (all identified) at an evening reception.
Half-tone illustration from ‘United Empire’ 17, facing p. 579 of a group photograph taken in the gardens of 10 Downing Street.
142 x 105 mm. Similar but not identical photograph to CC/27.
85 x 135 mm. Postcard showing a boy with two laden donkeys on a cobbled street.
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