Found in 777 Collections and/or Records:
A series of photographs of universities in Hong Kong.
130 x 80 mm. postcard.
584 x 215 mm (two prints joined). Panoramic view from the Peak looking north over the city of Victoria, Victoria Harbour and towards Kowloon. In the right hand print, at the bottom, can be seen the Roman Catholic Cathedral, with the prison beyond.
A series of photographs of Universities in Hong Kong.
Half-plate. [No print]. Missing.
A view showing the front façade of the bank, from Queen's Road, with a fountain in the foreground.
A view showing a houseboat on the Chu River.
A view showing a crowded settlement of warehouses and huts on the bank of the Chu River.
A view along the river bank.
A view showing three-masted junks on the Chu River, a good composition spoiled through lack of tonal contrast.
A rear-view of a junk on the Chu River, with a village on the bank in the background.
A murky view showing two junks, possibly transporting a large raft of timber down river.
A view showing a river boat of the Sun Ning Railway Co at a jetty on the Chu River.
Slides 237-244 are copies of prints by Hiroshige.
A view showing two junks off Hong Kong.
A view looking along tree-shaded Wyndham Street (off Queen's Road), with flower sellers on the pavement.
288 x 202 mm. View from the harbour looking towards the waterfront of the city of Victoria, with the Peak in the background.
A view from Victoria Peak looking down on Victoria and the Harbour and across to Kowloon.
A view looking down on the city and Harbour of Victoria and showing the Albany Filter Beds (at right of slide), MacDonnell Road (below the filter beds) and the breakwater of the Naval Dockyard. A photograph taken from near the Peak Road.
A view looking down on Victoria from Victoria Peak with the Harbour and Kowloon beyond.
A view looking down on Government House from the Upper Albert Road with the Kowloon Peninsula visible in the distance.
A view showing a wing of Government House, partially obscured by trees.
A collection of photographs, some of engravings.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.