Found in 2818 Collections and/or Records:
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.
11 Postcard views of St. Kitts, Nevis, Canada and 2 copies Lord Nelson’s marriage certificate (includes personal correspondence), 1908 - 1915
Davis had a life-long interest in the history of the West Indies and more specifically of Barbados, and this collection comprises a vast body of material gathered by him from archives in Britain, the Caribbean and Europe. He contributed many historical articles to newspapers and periodicals in British Guiana, Barbados and the United States. His intention to compose a comprehensive history of the West Indies was frustrated by ill health.
Half-plate (landscape format). On Mr Hentchels Farm at Rosthern.
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.
240 x 170 mm. Shows the original construction of the Banff Springs Hotel, which opened in 1888. The building was redesigned from 1911. The names of the surrounding mountain peaks are captioned on the reverse.
240 x 170 mm. Shows the lake with mountains behind.
240 x 170 mm. Shows a newly cleared forest in foreground, smoke rising in the town behind, with mountains in the distance.
240 x 180 mm. Shows a man outside a newly constructed chalet looking across the lake to the mountains.
235 x 190 mm. Written on reverse 'Old wooden trestle bridge.' Shows the bridge in the process of construction.
Shows the station with a number of people, including a station official, standing on the platform, with forest and mountains behind. Mt. Sir Donald and the lower part of Mt. Avalanche are identified on the reverse.
240 x 170 mm. A bridge and telegraph poles can be seen in the distance, with some buildings through the trees to the left.
255 x 205 mm. modern copy print from the National Archives of Canada. Arrival of Stanley Baldwin, R.B. Bennett, Neville Chamberlain, Harry H. Stevens and Geoffrey Lloyd.
255 x 205 mm. mm. modern copy print from the National Archives of Canada. Opening of the Imperial Conference in the House of Commons, Ottawa, with the Governor-General Lord Bessborough reading a message from King George V. A note on the back indicates the location of the delegations.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). At White River.
Fitted out for sealing, with boards on deck side.
Photo from Signal Hill. Freshwater Bay in background.
Coloured, 115 x 155 mm. by C.W. Simpson ARCA.
135 x 190 mm.
166 x 115 mm. Showing a prize black cow at the Edmonton Exhibition.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.