Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
The principal part of the collection is a set of programmes and guides prepared for the different legs of the Royal Tour. These are supplemented by related correspondence and papers compiled by the Royal Empire Society and others. The collection is in English with the exception of one item in English and Arabic.
A collection of photographs of memorials, buildings and monuments in Malta. Pauline Fothergill paid several visits to Malta and, at the Librarian's request, took photographs of a number of local memorials. The following list is, firstly, of negatives (1-42) and later of prints (43-72), some of which were taken from the negatives. 1-30 are black and white negatives, 31-42 colour. 43-72 are mostly black and white prints.
Essays, photographs and postcards relating to Malta.
A collection of uncaptioned loose prints measuring approximately 105 x 60 mm.
Collection of loose prints, photographer unknown. None are captioned, but they have been identified by Miss Lillian Sciberras, Deputy Librarian of the University of Malta, and Michael Ellul, consultant on archives and public records to the National Library of Malta.
A collection of loose prints measuring approximately 205 x 160 mm and with captions on the reverse. Photographs by Central Office of Information and other sources.
A collection of loose prints of various sizes. The prints are briefly captioned on the reverse. The photographs mainly show scenes in the waterside areas of Valletta and Sliema.
A collection of loose photographs measuring approximately 285 x 240 mm. The majority of the images are of Valletta. All the prints are captioned.
180 x 245 mm. A head and shoulders portrait of the former Maltese Prime Minister. Photograph by Grech's Studio, 54 St. John's Street, Valletta.
Collection of prints and commercially produced photographs of Malta. Evan David Ramsden took or collected them while serving in the RAF in Malta. Though some have 'The Grand Studios, Malta' stamped on the back, this is probably the printer, not the photographer. The captions to 1-18 have been added by Donald Simpson, based in most cases on information on the back by Ramsden with modifications by his daughter, Pauline Fothergill. The captions of 19-28 are those printed on the photos.
Collection of albumen prints by various photographers. The prints are of various sizes and show views of Europe, Malta in 1860 (numbers 12-26), Middle East and India. Numbers 93-145 relate to a visit to India in 1880, although the prints themselves are views taken in the 1860s mainly by Samuel Bourne. The majority of the prints have handwritten captions.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.