Found in 287 Collections and/or Records:
167 x 118 mm. General view from across a canal looking towards the Government Offices, a three storey terrace roofed building with paired pilasters in the piers between the bay of windows.
277 x 186 mm. View looking along an unidentified street in Surabaya towards a temple at the further end.
A view showing a ship (probably the 'Indrawadi') moored at a wharf at Sabang, with gantries at the right of the slide.
A view showing W.D. rather stiffly posed on the deck of the 'Indrawadi' with the island Pulau We in the background.
A view from the sea showing the harbour frontage and warehouses at Sabang. Sabang lies on the small island of Pulau We just north of Sumatra and is an important coaling station.
A view looking across an open, grassed space with houses and warehouses beyond. Exact location unidentified.
A view looking along a wharf at Sabang towards a moored ship.
A view from the sea looking towards wharves and moored ships at Sabang with overhead gantries and cranes.
A view looking towards jetties and warehouses at Sabang.
A view looking down on a curving bay with houses and jetties on the shoreline.
A view showing workers carrying wicker baskets on a jetty at Sabang during coaling operations.
A view showing ships moored to a jetty at Sabang with part of the hull of the 'Indrawadi' visible at the left of the slide.
A view showing workers carrying wicker baskets filled with coal onto a moored ship (probably the 'Indrawadi').
An underexposed print showing a ship's officer standing in a shady square in Sabang with a bar in the background.
A view looking along a street in Sabang with parkland and trees at the right of the slide.
A view showing a stone gateway and a tree in Sabang with grassland beyond. Presumably the remains of a more extensive wall.
A view showing a white-suited figure standing in a roadway in Sabang with a large white house and palm trees behind him.
A view showing a ship's officer and a man holding up an octopus for the camera.
These notes chronicle Bell’s retirement in Cannes, his interests, social life and personal affairs, and his frequent travels, including an extensive tour of the Far East during 1925-26 to examine French and Dutch methods of colonial government (circa 80 sheets).
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.