Found in 378 Collections and/or Records:
275 x 210 mm.
Two photographs taken in Malta, one of which is dated 1907; a photograph taken in Gibraltar, c. 1900-1910; and a postcard from Grand Cayman, 1953.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [A couple of people by the solid stone wall with a road otherwise empty].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Donkey cart in foreground. [Taken near previous picture].
205 x 155 mm. An exterior view of the Phoenix Textiles factory, exact location unknown.
205 x 105 mm. An interior view of the factory showing rows of automatic looms.
An album containing photographs relating to Lovett's military service in India and South Africa in the 1870s and 1880s. It also contains photographs of other places visited en route to India.
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.
Quarter-plate (landscape format).
200 x 215 mm. The Peninsular and Oriental passenger terminal is on the left, the Villa occupied by John Hookham Frere (1769-1846), the diplomat and writer, can be seen on the top of the hill to the right.
Quarter-plate. On the way to Civita Vecchia. [Rather distant view].
284 x 240 mm. Showing the fine original entrance to Valletta at the western end of Kingsway, now destroyed. The two statues set into the wall are of De L'Isle Adam, first Grand Master, and Jean de la Vallette, founder of the city.
Half-plate. [Showing three nursing nuns in white standing at the door below the arms of Grand Master Manoel Antonio de Vilhena].
Porte Reale, Valetta [i.e. Valletta] looking towards St Michael's Bastion, St John Cavalier on the right [Bridge of the Porta Reale], 1850 - 1859
311 x 265 mm. View looking north along the west walls of Valletta from St James Bastion, with the viaduct leading to the Porte Reale in the foreground. To the left, beyond the viaduct is the St John Bastion with the St John Cavalier to the right and the St Michael Bastion in the background. The print is signed: 'Robertson and Beato'.
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.
Half-plate. Typical Maltese gentleman chosen by Government to sit for me as of pure Maltese descent.
Portrait of Mr Mercieca, typical Maltese gentleman chosen by Government to sit for me as of pure Maltese descent, 1909-11
350 x 250 mm.
291 x 244 mm. A view of Queen's Square from Kingsway. In the centre of the square is the statue of Queen Victoria erected for the jubilee of 1897, behind which stands the fine classical building of the Library first used as such from 1811. At the left of the print is the side wall of the Governor's Palace which leads down to a market (not in use in this photograph) in the street beside the library.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [View from a road across stone walls].
Half-plate (landscape format). From the east, showing hilly appearance of Gozo. [Photograph taken from road with stone walls on either side].