Great Britain (island)
Found in 914 Collections and/or Records:
Commonwealth Parliamentary Association visitors (incl. those attending CPA Conferences 1960-1985), 1960 - 1986
This collection is arranged under years, with a separate sequence of numbers for each year.
Includes material on Universities throughout the Commonwealth of Nations.
The Companions' Section, for younger members, began in 1935 and continued until 1972, when it was merged with the Young Fellows.
Half-plate (landscape format). [Getting in line].
Half-plate (landscape format). [In line].
The photograph is dated 1868 beneath the print, and the caption is numbered '667'.
105 x 70 mm. A view of cottages beside a river.
80 x 95 mm. A group, including Tymms, on a boat.
110 x 70 mm. A view of an elaborate private jetty.
Quarter-plate (landscape format).
23 x 155 mm. Group photograph. Those present identified as: Dang (India); Algar (Ireland); Chafardet (Venezuela); Asistores (Philippines); Booth (Canada); Crone-Levin (Denmark); Field (South Africa); Stone (Australia); Binaghi (Argentina); Subtil (Portugal); Mello (Brazil); Ali Fuad (Iraq); Verhaegen (Belgium); Tymms; El Hakim (Egypt); Warner; Cacopardo (Italy); Bouché (France), van Hasselt (Netherlands); Smith (United States).
182 x 233 mm. Showing two soldiers standing at the base of the statue by John Bell; it is a female figure representing Liberty (or possibly Victory), 9 feet high, on a 16 foot grey granite pedestal with four bronze shields. It was erected in 1860 to commemorate Artillerymen killed in the Crimean War 1854-56. The print is stamped: 'Photo. Estab. War Dept.'
90 x 83 mm.
208 x 131 mm. A view looking along Cromer beach towards the pier with a few holiday makers seated on the shingle near some beached boats.
111 x 60 mm. Showing Bell standing on a tennis court with four unidentified figures.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Seen from the sea in sunlight].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [View from the sea].
110 x 65 mm. Showing a man digging a trench beside a road. He has a car beside him laden with rocks.
160 x 118 mm. Showing inspecting officers at work, with boxes of parcels in the foreground.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.