Trinidad and Tobago (nation)
Found in 120 Collections and/or Records:
229 x 140 mm. Showing the march past of the battalion, on parade in Trinidad. A pencil annotation reads 'First B parade - march past'. Photograph by Guardian Photonews, Trinidad.
230 x 154 mm. Group portrait of officers of the Trinidad Volunteers. An ink annotation on the reverse reads 'centre in white [3 illegible words]' and appears to be identifying on of the people in the photograph. Photographer unknown.
A print of a 1960 watercolour showing a street scene.
Business and family papers of the Anduzes, a Euro-Trinidadian or 'local-white' family of San Fernando, Trinidad, from the early to mid 20th century. Includes company papers of Jules T. Anduze Plantations, company papers of Leonard Anduze, family wills and legal papers, and research notes gathered by Leonard Anduze on the early history of Trinidad. There are very few personal papers and just one photograph.
A collection of loose prints of various sizes, printed reproductions and other ephemera relating to the uniforms of overseas military units. The prints are by various photographers. The file also includes a photocopy copy of Tylden's Royal Commonwealth Society Library Talk - 'The history of the overseas armed forces' (10 April 1960).
Asphalt Company's Shipping pier (from Lake a mile inland), Trinidad, BWI [British West Indies], 1890
239 x 183 mm. Showing barrels of asphalt moving along the pier on a cable car towards a waiting sailing ship.
A collection of photographs mounted on card, measuring approximately 205 x 155 mm., with brief typed captions pasted to the mounts. The collection shows stages in the extraction, transportation and refining of pitch from the asphalt lake at La Brea, in the south-west corner of the Island. Raleigh used the pitch from this lake to caulk his ships as early as 1585, declaring it to be the best he had ever used.
Postcards from original oil paintings by J. Packer and published by the Tourist and Exhibitions Board of Trinidad and Tobago.
130 x 80 mm. postcard.
211 x 167 mm. Showing a group of plantation workers sitting around a large pile of cocoa pods. Most of the group are Indian immigrants rather than Trinidadians.
Albums of black and white photographs from the tour of 1954 interleaved with typescript details of the itinerary and inserted press cuttings, postcards, maps and other items.
A print of a 1959 watercolour showing a row of houses with a car parked in front.
146 x 115 mm. View looking along rows of seedlings growing under cover. The caption on the reverse reads 'La Pastora has 40 propagating units consisting of sand-tanks for cutting and potting areas. There are 100 Imperial College selections there, about 15,000 plants, and 12,000 disease resistant plants from South America. A hundred people work at the centre'.
Includes material on Universities throughout the Commonwealth of Nations. Many, though not all, of the slides were taken by Ian Maxwell.
Includes material on Universities throughout the Commonwealth of Nations.
79 x 135 mm. Full length portrait of an Indian man standing in front of a tree. West India Committee photograph.
82 x 139 mm. Full length portrait of a woman walking along a road with a load on her head. A note on the reverse of the print gives details of the colouring of her costume: 'Bright scarlet jacket, white petticoat'. West India Committee photograph.
232 x 181 mm. Showing the stone fire brigade buildings with a square tower at one corner and arched recesses for the fire engines.