Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:
A mammy ladles out a plateful of 'chop' to this young pupil of the Mohammedan [Muslim] school at Bathurst [i.e. Banjul], the Gambia, 1940 - 1949
'A map of the River Gambia from Eropina to Barrakunda by Capt. John Leach in 1732', an undated print of an engraving by Thomas Kitchin.
'A map of the River Gambia from its mouth to Eropina by Captn John Leach in 1732', an undated print of an engraving by Thomas Kitchin, 'Pl. 149, No. 87, Vol. 2, p: 356'.
168 x 116 mm. A view of houses and huts.
160 x 123 mm. A view of the waterfront.
An undated print of an engraving consisting of two figures, 'Bûmey Haman Seaka, King of Barsalli, on the Gambia' and 'Plan of Yamyamakunda Factory on the Gambia', 'Plate 154. No. 89. Vol. 2. p. 360'.
A volume containing 36 architectural and landscape drawings in pencil and related media.
The Commonwealth Institute, London, 1961-1962 (4 drawings)
West Africa Tour 1968 (8 drawings)
Canada 1969 (19 drawings)
Jamaica 1969 (2 drawings)
Gibraltar 1985 and 1988 (3 drawings)
165 x 152 mm. Photograph shows the Prime Minister of Gambia, Mr. D.K. Jawara, signing the document at the end of the conference.
187 x 151 mm. Photograph shows the Secretary of State for the Colonies Mr. Duncan Sandys signing the document at the end of the Conference. On his left is Mr. R.L.W. Mansfield, the Secretary General of the Conference.
205 x 152 mm. Photograph shows the Prime Minister of Gambia, Mr. D.K. Jawara, and Mr. Duncan Sandys in a happy mood at the close of the Conference.
155 x 206 mm. A general view of the Gambia constitutional conference at the Colonial Office, London. On the extreme right can be seen Mr. Iain Macleod, the Colonial Secretary, who presided, and made the opening speech.
155 x 203 mm. Mr. D.K. Jawara (left) and Mr. S.S. Sisay, of the People’s Progressive party of Gambia, are seen at the opening of the constitutional talks on Gambia at the Colonial Office in London.