United Kingdom (nation)
Found in 2843 Collections and/or Records:
102 x 72 mm. A view showing two women and a child in the snow covered garden of an unidentified house.
45 x 65 mm.
65 x 40 mm.
205 x 157 mm. Posed photograph against a studio backdrop of a woman at a spinning wheel. The background shows a kitchen scene with the hearth at the left. Photograph by H.W. Taunt.
51 x 48 mm. An elderly woman seated on a beach.
238 x 178 mm. Photographic copy of an engraving.
238 x 179 mm. Photographic copy of an engraving. Henry Sandham (d. 1868) served in the Royal Engineers from 1813. He was promoted to Lieutenant General in 1866.
202 x 133 mm. General exterior view of Worcester Cathedral (the location on the reverse of the print is corrected from 'Tewkesbury', in the same hand)
Quarter-plate (landscape format).
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.
170 x 105 mm. Photocopy from 'Proceedings', XXXII, 1900-01.
40 x 75 mm. Half tone in advert for J. Seymour Lindsay in 'United Empire', XXVII (1936).
A number of the images depict Gibraltar, the remainder relate to Young's service in Woolwich, Shoeburyness, and elsewhere in the U.K.
Young Pakistani interpreter for Junior Cinema Club in Middlesborough [i.e. Middlesbrough], 1965, 1965
202 x 157 mm. Showing Bari Chohan, a 14 year old Pakistani, explaining the story of an English film to other young Asians.
A collection of separate photographs and a panorama. The photographs date from Chandler's residence in east Africa, and are chiefly of Zanzibar Island, but 60-73 and 83-87 are of Dar es Salaam, 75 is probably of England, 88-89 are of South Africa and 90-96 are of the Victoria Falls.
158 x 204 mm. Showing Zia Mohyeddin addressing an audience.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.