Found in 2303 Collections and/or Records:
135 x 85 mm. Postcard. General view.
103 x 70 mm. A view showing a young child sitting on a chair strapped to the back of a donkey. A photograph taken at the same house seen in Y309B/6 and 8.
Political papers relating to Childers' public career and private papers concerning his family, first wife Emily (nee Walker, 1827-1875) and their eight children.
190 x 157 mm. Showing an English and an Indian child playing together in the school.
204 x 156 mm. Showing a group of children from many different ethnic backgrounds in the school hall.
90 x 140 mm. Showing an unidentified man and woman.
75 x 120 mm.
156 x 115 mm. A view from the gallery of a large, unidentified church, looking along the nave towards the altar. Another print of this photograph, cropped differently, occurs at Y309B/100.
156 x 115 mm. A view from the gallery of a large, unidentified church, looking along the nave towards the altar. Another print of this photograph, cropped differently, occurs at Y309B/99.
Disbound album, containing albumen prints of various sizes. The contents include family photographs, scenes of the outward voyage (including France, Italy and Egypt), views in India including the 1877 Delhi Durbar, portraits and groups, including theatrical ones, maps and newspaper clippings (non photographic items are unnumbered). Also included is an envelope containing some of, what appears to be the original captions cut from the album. The collection is well captioned.
110 x 65 mm. Showing Hebbert and others having a picnic on a cliff top.
Showing a view of the Clifton Suspension Bridge in Bristol.
70 x 136 mm. Three paintings of these locations montaged and rephotographed.
85 x 135 mm. Postcard of the interior of a Cathedral.
180 x 125 mm. The tall figure by Dr Rendall is probably H.D. Hake, Tour Director.
105 x 82 mm. Men on board the ship 'Polarbjorn' at the jetty.
60 x 105 mm. Showing Hebbert stood in a garden.
Colonial Agricultural Developments Discussed at Conference of Overseas Officials in Britain., 1958-09
155 x 208 mm. Here, during an interval at the conference, Mr. J.S. Zammit (left), Malta’s Controller of Agriculture Marketing, discusses tomato plant diseases with Mr. M.H. Dye, a post graduate student from New Zealand now on a course of studies at Wye College.
241 x 171 mm. photograph from a plate facing p. 64 of O.D. Skelton, ‘Life and letters of Sir Wilfred Laurier' (1922), II. Showing Secretary of State for the Colonies, Joseph Chamberlain (seated) with Colonial premiers outside the Colonial Office.
Quarter-plate (landscape format).
156 x 202 mm. The scene at Marlborough House as delegates gathered for the opening session of the Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux Interim Review Conference. Delegates representing Britain, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, India, Pakistan, Ceylon [Sri Lanka], Ghana, the Federation of Malaya, the Federation of Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Tanganyika, Jamaica, Trinidad and Tobago, Uganda, the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland and the Republic of Ireland are taking part in the Conference.