Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:
155 x 203 mm. The Reverend J.C. Faye, MBE, (left) and Mr. I.M. Garba Jahumpa, of the Democratic Congress Alliance Party of Gambia, are seen at the opening of the constitutional conference on Gambia at the Colonial Office.
121 x 204 mm. A view of some of the delegates to the constitutional conference on Gambia which opened at the Colonial Office, London recently. From the left are: Mr. Gore, Financial Secretary to Gambia; Sir Edward Windley, the Governor; Lord Perth, Minister of State, Colonial Office; Mr. Iain Macleod, the Colonial Secretary, who presided; Sir John Martin, Deputy Under Secretary of State, Colonial Office; Mr. Eastwood, Assistant Under Secretary, Colonial Office.
203 x 155 mm. Mr. Iain Macleod, the Colonial Secretary, shakes hands with Mr. P.S.N ‘Jie, Chief Minister of Gambia, at the opening of the constitutional talks on Gambia at the Colonial Office in London.
156 x 203 mm. Mrs. Rachel Palmer, and Mr. M.E. Jallow of the Independent Party of Gambia, are pictured at the opening of constitutional talks on Gambia at the Colonial Office in London.
Photograph shows Mr. D.K.Jawara, the Prime Minister of Gambia, facing Mr. Duncan Sandys, British Commonwealth and Colonial Secretary, as he makes his address in reply to the opening address by Mr. Sandys.
153 x 206 mm. Photograph shows a general view of the conference with British Secretary of State for Commonwealth Affairs Mr. Duncan Sandys making his opening address.
157 x 203 mm. Photograph shows Mr. Duncan Sandys, the British Commonwealth and Colonial Secretary, talking to Mr. D.K. Jawara, the Prime Minister of Gambia, before the conference opened.
152 x 207 mm. Photograph shows the British delegation with the Commonwealth and Colonial Secretary, Mr. Duncan Sandys, making his opening address. From left to right are: Mr. H. Steel, Mr. A.N. Galsworthy, the Marquess of Landsdown, Minister of State for Colonial affairs, Mr. Duncan Sandys, the Chairman, Mr. R.L. Mansfield, Secretary General of the Conference, Sir John Martin, Mr.C.G. Eastwood and Mr. J.M. Kisch.
206 x 152 mm. Photograph shows the Prime Minister of Gambia, Mr. D.K. Jawara, arriving at Marlborough House for the Conference with Sir John Paul, the Governor of Gambia (right).
152 x 206 mm. Members of the Gambia opposition at the Conference table. From left to right are Mr. M. Cham, Mr. P.S. N’Jie and Mr. I.A.S. John.
152 x 206 mm. Photograph shows Gambian delegates Mr. A.B.N’Jie, the Minister of Works and Communications (left) and Mr. A. Kanyi, the Minister of Agriculture.
154 x 207 mm. Photograph shows: The Prime Minister of Gambia, Mr. D.K. Jawara (left), and Mr. S. Sisay, the Gambian Minister of Finance, at the Conference table.
153 x 206 mm. Photograph shows: Mr. S.M. Dibba, the Gambian Minister of Local Government and Lands (left) and Sir John Paul, the Governor of Gambia, at the Conference table.
147 x 206 mm. Photograph shows Gambian delegates Mr. F.W. Touray (left) and Chief Omar M Baki, Minister Without Portfolio, at the Conference table.
155 x 203 mm. Photograph shows a general view of the Conference with Mr. D.K. Jawara, the Prime Minister, making his opening address.
In the courtyard of the Roman Catholic Primary School for boys, large cooking pots of nourishing 'chop' are prepared for the mid-day meal, 1940 - 1949
The typewritten caption on the reverse reads 'The girls from the nearby Convent Primary School come over each day to join in the meal'.
In the Methodist Primary School's kitchen mammies dish up a substantial meal of nutritious mid-day chop, 1940 - 1949
Minute book relating to the Incorporation Committee, which was created on 31 Jan. 1882 to implement the incorporation of the RCI by Royal Charter. The book also contains minutes of two other committees formed in 1875 to discuss the proposed cession of Gambia to France, and in 1883 to support proposals for the annexation of New Guinea.
A photograph taken at Government House, Bathhurst, on the occasion of Gambian Independence, showing the Governor, Sir John Paul, and five of his predecessors, Lord Milverton, Sir Hilary Blood, Sir Andrew Wright, Sir Percy Wyn Harris and Sir Edward Windley. There is typescript note identifying the individuals in the photograph.
'Pl. 151. No. 88. Vol. 2, p. 358', undated.