United Kingdom (nation)
Found in 2843 Collections and/or Records:
58 x 82 mm. A rock formation on the coastline.
157 x 204 mm. (2 copies).
157 x 204 mm. (4 copies).
156 x 204 mm. (2 copies).
157 x 204 mm (2 copies).
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Covered in ivy].
A collection of loose prints of various sizes, printed reproductions and other ephemera relating to the uniforms of overseas military units. The prints are by various photographers. The file also includes a photocopy copy of Tylden's Royal Commonwealth Society Library Talk - 'The history of the overseas armed forces' (10 April 1960).
45 x 65 mm. A view of a stream or brook.
45 x 65 mm.
45 x 70 mm.
65 x 45 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.
115 x 80 mm. A view of Arthur and another man on horseback with cattle in the background.
115 x 80 mm. On the reverse of the print, written in pencil, two of the group are identified numerically as: '1, Arthur'. Number 1 (second from right) is George Stewart. The others are not known.
90 x 55 mm. A view of Arthur on horseback, leading a spare horse up a rocky slope, accompanied by a dog.
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.
All of these prints are 160 x 110 mm.
105 x 70 mm.
160 x 120 mm.
90 x 55 mm. A view of Arthur on horseback, leading a spare horse down a rocky slope, with a dog following behind.
115 x 80 mm.
160 x 110 mm.
90 x 55 mm. A view of Arthur on horseback, leading a spare horse along a ridge, accompanied by a dog.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.