North and Central America (continent)
Found in 5483 Collections and/or Records:
229 x 140 mm. Showing the march past of the battalion, on parade in Trinidad. A pencil annotation reads 'First B parade - march past'. Photograph by Guardian Photonews, Trinidad.
140 x 85 mm. Group photograph of twenty-one young men in uniform.
2 photographs of Newfoundland inserted in 'The History of Newfoundland and Labrador, 1754-1783', M.A. Thesis by Gordon O. Rothney (1934)
Photographer unknown. The prints form part of the thesis (RCMS 236) and are stored with it.
230 x 154 mm. Group portrait of officers of the Trinidad Volunteers. An ink annotation on the reverse reads 'centre in white [3 illegible words]' and appears to be identifying on of the people in the photograph. Photographer unknown.
A series of photographs showing Raynor Arthur's official duties (including several images of Government house) and his leisure time, taken during his office as Governor and Commander in Chief of the Bahamas. Sir Raynor Arthur arrived on 1 April 1956 and left on retirement on 14 June 1960. Most of these photographs are by the Bahamas News Bureau and are approximately 255 x 200 mm, unless otherwise stated.
Includes personal correspondence.
11 Postcard views of St. Kitts, Nevis, Canada and 2 copies Lord Nelson’s marriage certificate (includes personal correspondence), 1908 - 1915
Half-plate (landscape format). On Mr Hentchels Farm at Rosthern.
Belize Independence Celebrations
175 x 112 mm. Written on reverse '20m fr. Winnipeg (N) on the Red River.'
175 x 112 mm. 'The N. Gate of Old Fort Garry (now Winnipeg)' written on reverse.
180 x 230 mm. full length studio portrait.
180 x 225 mm. full length studio portrait.
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