Found in 2305 Collections and/or Records:
Captioned 'Campbell Gray' in bottom right-hand corner.
Cannon of Muhammed II, cast A.H. 868 (A.D. 1464): Enlarged view. Shewing [sic.] the manner in which the body of the gun and powder chamber are screwed together. They weigh, respectively 8 tons 16 cwt 3 qrs, and 9 tons 18 cwt [1860s], 1860 - 1869
Cannon of Muhammed II, cast A.H. 868 (A.D. 1464): View taken from behind. The man in the background is holding a Copper ladle for introducing the powder [1860s], 1860 - 1869
70 x 45 mm.
70 x 40 mm.
45 x 70 mm.
70 x 45 mm.
110 x 80 mm.
Photographs from the Cape Flight, 1920; Belgium, France, Zurich, Surrey and Wales, 1920; R36, 1921; Jersey, 1921; Scotland, 1922; Amsterdam and Berlin, 1923; the King's Cup, 1923; Gothenburg, 1923; and Spitsbergen, 1924. Photographs 1-3, 65, 72, 82, 149 and 241 are housed in separate clear plastic sleeves.
142 x 194 mm. glossy print.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Men at work].
288 x 236 mm. (4 copies).
221 x 170 mm. (oval print). Showing two Army cadets seated in a carriage and pair in front of the entrance to an unidentified building (possibly the Military Academy at Woolwich).
180 x 140 mm. (vignetted oval print). Showing a group of Army Cadets poling a raft (composed of wooden barrels strapped to timbers) across a stretch of water. A triangular block and tackle on the craft supports the barrel of a cannon. A photograph probably taken during a course at the Woolwich Militay Academy. The print is stamped: 'Photo. Estab. War Dept.'
Original photograph. Captioned 'Photo. Campbell-Gray' in bottom right-hand corner.
Pencil and ink drawing.
This collection illustrates the experience of the RCS during the Second World War. It also documents the festival held to mark the completion of the post-war restoration of the headquarters in 1957 and the celebrations organised for the society's centenary in 1968.
200 x 140 mm.
190 x 140 mm.
110 x 140 mm.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.