North and Central America (continent)
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
85 x 138 mm. A view taken in the same cabin as the previous plate and showing Lieutenant Commander Frederick Talbot - Ponsonby seated with the dog Phyllis on his lap and a woman's hat on his head.
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.
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.
106 x 79 mm. Showing members of the party in civilian clothes carrying cooking utensils and posing on the pier for their photograph. The three central figures, from left to right, are Engineer Lieutenant E.W. Roberts, Commander A.K. Macrorie and Lieutenant F.W. Talbot-Ponsonby.
138 x 88 mm. Showing Mrs Popham - Lobb and Lieutenant Commander Talbot - Posonby on the deck of HMS 'Cornwall'.
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.