North and Central America (continent)
Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
89 x 85 mm. Showing an unidentified figure repairing mechanical equipment, with Commander Green in the background.
135 x 84 mm. Showing a group seated on the lawn of Government House. The only figures identified are Lieutenant Commander Talbot - Ponsonby, standing at the right, and (possibly) Commander Green, seated in front of him.
101 x 152 mm. Showing Commander Green driving off on the Bermuda golf course.
83 x 138 mm. Showing the compiler of the album, Engineer Commander Donald P. Green sitting in a cabin on board HMS 'Cornwall' with a small dog on his lap (named Phyllis, refer to Y3070A/35).
104 x 83 mm. Showing Commander Green standing in a garden with Major and Mrs Trethery.
83 x 139 mm. Showing Commander Green driving off on the Bermuda golf links. The figure standing behind him is probably Captain Nicholson, the Governor's ADC.
117 x 95 mm. A snapshot of Engineer Commander D.P. Green in full dress uniform and cocked hat standing on the deck of HMS 'Cornwall'.
119 x 94 mm. Showing three officers from HMS 'Cornwall' in full dress uniform and cocked hats, posing on the deck. They are from left to right: Engineer Commander D.P. Green, Captain W.R. Hall and Lieutenant F.W. Talbot-Ponsonby.
152 x 101 mm. Showing Commander Green and two ratings in a small motorboat in Halifax Harbour.
116 x 74 mm. A view showing Commander Green, another man and two women standing at the entrance to a house. The other man is probably F. G. Gosling, Clerk to the Executive Council and Assistant Colonial Secretary. The two women are presumably his wife and daughter.
136 x 82 mm. Showing Commander Green, Captain Nicholson and one unidentified figure standing on the green.
We go to the Governor's reception. King's Birthday 1908. St John's [i.e. Saint John's] Newfoundland, 1908
122 x 94 mm. Showing officers in full dress uniform on the deck of HMS 'Cornwall' about to leave for shore. At the front of the group stands Engineer Commander D.P. Green and behind him Lieutenant F. W. Talbot-Ponsonby.