Found in 2305 Collections and/or Records:
156 x 204 mm. (2 copies).
157 x 204 mm (2 copies).
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Covered in ivy].
45 x 65 mm. A view of a stream or brook.
45 x 65 mm.
65 x 45 mm.
45 x 70 mm.
163 x 119 mm. Showing a row of horse-drawn Royal Mail coaches standing in line in a depot.
163 x 121 mm. Similar to the preceding print, but looking towards the entrance of the depot and showing a mail coach arriving.
Arthur Bottomley receives Rhodesian Prime Minister Ian Smith at the Commonwealth Relations Office, 1965-10
Collection of black and white press agency and official photographs (including 5 duplicates) relating to developments during 1965-80, from the time of Rhodesia's unilateral declaration of Independence (UDI) until the emergence of the republic of Zimbabwe. Many were collected to illustrate articles in 'Commonwealth in Focus', and some were reproduced in the 'Commonwealth in Focus' exhibition 1982. The captions have been used as titles and have been recorded as found.
155 x 109 mm. (3 copies).
155 x 109 mm. (2 copies).
65 x 105 mm. Asarto was a Sierra Leonean girl brought to England by Mary Ward in the 1890s, welcomed into the family of Ward's brother, Leonard, and eventually trained as a nurse. Photograph by W.H. Tucker, South Woodford.
Views of the society's Northumberland Ave. headquarters and of some of the branch buildings.
Smaller, sepia print of RCS/Ile/22. 202 x 152 mm. (5 copies).
240 x 193 mm. (2 copies)
244 x 188 mm.
212 x 157 mm (2 copies).
294 x 243 mm. 2 copies.
211 x 157 mm.
155 x 208 mm. glossy print.
Assistant Bishop Percy Jones with the Archbishop of Canterbury after the former’s consecration, 1948
156 x 205 mm. glossy print.
69 x 44 mm. A group of people, including Lady Tymms, and a dog seated on rocks on the seafront.
68 x 43 mm. Five women, including Lady Tymms, and a dog at the seafront.