Found in 64 Collections and/or Records:
342 x 268 mm (hand-coloured).
The postcard is addressed to Miss Gillian Dold, London. It contains a brief note and is signed 'Daddy'.
Monochrome postcards showing views in Colombo, Kandy and the ruined cities of Anuradhapura and Polonnaruwa, published by Platé Ltd.
The postcard is addressed to Mrs Gilbert Dold, London. It contains a brief note and is signed 'GW' or 'GD'.
358 x 190 mm (with text of speech).
285 x 200 mm.
His Excellency the Governor inspecting the Guard-of-Honour furnished by the Ceylon Planters Rifle Corps (Kalutara Section)
257 x 132 mm.
His Excellency witnessing the native dances after opening the after opening the entertainment at Richmond Castle in aid of war charities
275 x 208 mm (with programme, ticket and copy of letter from Queen Mary's Private Secretary to Mrs Wijayasinghe
His Highness the Hon. the Raja of Ramnad, the representative of the South Indian Rajas in the Madras Legislative Council, arrives for the unveiling ceremony
150 x 205 mm.
128 x 165 mm.
The postcard is addressed to 'Mrs Roma Dold', London. It is signed 'GW' or 'GD'.
The postcard is addressed to 'Miss Gillian Dold', London, and is signed 'Daddy'.
277 x 215 mm. Group photograph with his Excellency Brigadier-General Sir William Manning, K.C.M.G., K.B.E., C.B., Governor of Ceylon, as central figure who delivered a gracious message to the peasants assembled in their thousands to celebrate the signing of the peace treaty.
260 x 204 mm. Showing a large, tile-roofed bungalow with the Union Jack flying from a pole in the garden in front of the verandah. A group of Europeans with Singhalese servants is posed in the garden for the photographer.
285 x 185 mm (hand-coloured).
Monochrome postcards of the ruined cities of Ceylon, published by Platé Ltd.
Scene at the presentation of colours to the Ceylon Mounted Infantry and of medals to South African Contingent, 1901-04-12 - 1901-04-15
Special souvenir issued by command of H.E. the Governor to commemorate the historic event - the presentation of His Majesty the King's statue to Kalutara
Printed sheet with photographs.
The postcard is addressed to Mrs Roma Detwold (or Detmold). It contains a brief note and is signed 'GW' or 'GD'.