London (inhabited place)
Found in 1259 Collections and/or Records:
203 x 157 mm. Showing a meeting of the newly formed Nivasa Housing Society at the Ceylon Tea Centre, London.
H.P. Walker receiving the Honorary Pingat Pangkuan Negara from Tuanku Abdul Rahman, London, June 1968, 1968-06
206 x 152 mm. Showing the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tuanku Abdul Rahman (1903-) shaking hands with Henry Philip Walker who had served as doorman at Malaysia House for 30 years. The investiture took place in the office of the Malaysian High Commission in London.
Photograph by Press Association.
172 x 114 mm. Half-tone plate from ‘United Empire’ 12 facing p. 551, of group photograph taken at the rear of 10 Downing St., naming principal participants.
255 x 205mm. modern print of a photograph of a group outside the Colonial Office. Showing Prime Minister H.H. Asquith, who presided, Lewis Harcourt, Secretary of State for the Colonies, and the Prime Ministers of Newfoundland, New Zealand, Canada, Australia and South Africa.
138 x 51 mm. Photocopy showing Neville Chamberlain (who replaced Baldwin as Prime Minister during the Conference) with participants, some of whom are identified.
133 x 169 mm. photograph of painting by Douglas Chandor showing Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin and other participants in the Conference Room of 10 Downing St. Also includes a photocopy of ‘United Empire’ 15 (1924), 423.
240 x 168 mm. Shows King George V with Stanley Baldwin and the Prime Ministers of Newfoundland, New Zealand, South Africa, the Irish Free State and Canada. Attached is a photocopy of the same photograph with signatures and identifications from Cecil Edwards, ‘Bruce of Melbourne’ (1965), p. 214 and a reproduction in the ‘Daily Mail’, 31 July 1973. There is also a framed copy with the signatures of the Prime Ministers.
203 x 78 mm. Photocopy of a group photograph of participants taken in the garden of 10 Downing Street, with Ramsay MacDonald in the centre and some identifications.
172 x 114 mm. Half-tone plate from ‘United Empire’ 9 facing p. 277, of an official group photograph naming those included.
155 x 110 mm. Official photograph taken in the garden of 10 Downing St.
353 x 252 mm.
285 x 195 mm. Occupied from 1872 to 1885. Pencil sketch by Adrian Hill prepared for the rebuilding appeal brochure.
Half-plate (landscape format). [Five young people and a child looking the camera].
Side 1 includes: press interviews during NK's visit to the European Parliament on various aspects of European political and monetary union and the British view of federalism; press interviews during a visit to the London Docklands, on development of the Thames riverside.
Side 2 (the first 30 minutes are very low volume): interview on subjects including Europe and a think tank on improving the systems of government.
This file contains correspondence, invitations and other material relating to public events that Smedley attended, including the printed orders of the memorial service for George VI, February 1952 and of the ceremonial parade to celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's coronation, in June 1953, in Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia.
252 x 202 mm.
157 x 211 mm.
154 x 206 mm.
Joshua Nkomo and Robert Mugabe at a press conference in the fifth week of the Lancaster House conference, 1979
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.
June 1911 Cape Regiments Lord Roberts inspecting S.A. [South African] Contingent in London, 1960 - 1980
127 x 86 mm. Showing Field Marshall Earl Roberts inspecting troops from various South African units at the Duke of York's School, London. These troops formed some of the many contingents which came to London for the Coronation procession of King George V. A number of different annotations appear on the reverse including one which may identify some of those pictured. Photograph by Gale and Polden, Aldershot.
King George VI with the Prime Ministers of Southern Rhodesia, Ceylon, Pakistan, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, South Africa, Britain and India at Prime Ministers’ Meeting, Oct. 1948, 1948
241 x 190 mm. with three later copies.
210 x 151 mm. (2 copies).
182 x 147 mm. (smaller version of RCS/II/b/22, with different lighting).
202 x 152 mm. (9 copies). Smaller sepia print of RCS IIe/53.