Found in 378 Collections and/or Records:
275 x 210 mm. (Floriana; destroyed by bombing, World War II)
Kodachromes, dated September 1975 and listed by processing number. Apparently taken on a visit to Malta while Marnham was Ambassador to Tunisia since the numbering follows a Tunisian sequence. Original numbering has been retained.
202 x 158 mm. A view of a factory exterior with building work still in progress. The product manufactured is not identified.
Quarter-plate. [Church at the end of a street with a woman and children in the middleground].
Quarter-plate. [Children near left].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Distant view in mist across walled fields].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Nearer view from the east, showing the Connaught Hospital. [View across walled fields].
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.
Includes material on Universities throughout the Commonwealth of Nations.
Includes material on Universities throughout the Commonwealth of Nations. Many, though not all, of the slides were taken by Ian Maxwell.
207 x 159 mm. Showing a partially constructed road with town dwelling beyond.
275 x 210 mm.
Quarter-plate. [Man and pony standing in the courtyard].
Half-plate. This was carried to the Crusades, both to Jerusalem and to Acre. [Cross standing in front of altar].
242 x 179 mm. Showing work in progress in the harbour. The following caption is found on the reverse of the print:
'Photograph showing progress on Malta's new £2 million Deep Water Quay project. Autumn, 1960.
Issued on behalf of The Malta Aids to Industries Board by Francis Butters, Ltd., 10 Clarges Street, W. 1., Grosvenor 2921'.
This diary records Bell’s life in retirement, much of it spent in Cannes, where he purchased land for the construction of a villa. It describes his social life, interests, personal affairs and travels. Subjects of particular interest include his reception of the GCMG from George V, the composition of ‘Foreign Colonial Administration in the Far East’ and letters to the press upon subjects such as the control of cinema in the colonies (circa 200 sheets).
Letters written by Fisher to Halford Mackinder describing his travels (circa 2,000 pages).
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Note the square low towers about the tilled land: used for keeping agricultural tools in, and for sleeping in during harvest.
Quarter-plate. Now Government House, Valetta, Malta. [Side view of the porch with great pillars and back view of guard walking away towards a pillar box].
275 x 210 mm.
Quarter-plate. Showing corner of Connaught Hospital. [Donkey cart just inside courtyard. Carvings above gateway].
275 x 210 mm.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing donkey cart being led by covered girl throught the great arch gateway].
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.