Found in 777 Collections and/or Records:
A view showing a long narrow room furnished with chairs and potted plants.
961 x 251 mm. A panoramic view of the Kowloon Peninsula taken from Hong Kong Island looking across Victoria Harbour by an unknown photographer. The Kowloon Canton railway terminus, clock-tower and Peninsula Hotel may be seen in the centre and a large ship with three funnels at anchor in the port to the left. Signal Hill may be seen to the right of the clock-tower. The Peninsula Hotel behind the clock-tower was opened in 1928.
A view showing an imposing residential house on Victoria Peak, probably that of L.N. Leefe who is recorded as an assistant at Jardine, Matheson and Co (see ?).
205 x 145 mm.
A view looking down from Victoria Peak with an unidentified large white house in the foreground.
A view looking over the flagstaff on Victoria Peak with Victoria and the Harbour in the distance below.
A view showing the large barracks on Victoria Peak, formerly a hotel but purchased by the Royal Artillery circa 1896.
A view showing the Victoria Peak Barracks.
A view from Mount Collinson looking over the south eastern section of Hong Kong Island and showing the Dragon's Back and Hok Tsui with Bluff Head in the distance. The large building at the right of the slide is unidentified.
556 x 200 mm. (two prints joined) A panoramic view composed of two joined prints looking west along the Victoria waterfront from Murray Wharf. In the left foreground is the cricket pavilion, with the City Hall visible behind. In the middle of the right hand section is the Hong Kong Hotel, with the premises of Jardine, Matheson & Co. to the right.
A copy of a half-tone photograph looking down from Victoria Peak, over Victoria and towards Kowloon with the Naval dockyard visible at the right of the slide.
From the sea.
Quarter-plate. Close to Battery Path. [Showing open space in foreground with tree at near end of the road, with rickshaws].
A volume measuring 36 x 48 cm containing plates with illustrations of various Chinese provinces, Hong Kong and Macao.
John Thomson (1837-1921) was a distinguished photographer and traveller, and this is volume I of his magnum opus, published in four volumes in 1873-74. It contains excellent Woodbury-type reproductions of his photographs taken in the early 1870s, and substantial notes on each illustration.
A study of aspects of Hong Kong's history, 1841-1997, 63 pages, illustrated with black and white and colour photocopies, submitted as a dissertation at Goldsmiths, University of London.
272 x 213 mm. View looking across gardens and an ornamental lake towards the tower of a temple.
Quarter-plate. [Path with beeches on the left and trees showing large white building in the distance and three people in the foreground].
A view showing crowds of Chinese carrying banners and placards in the streets of Canton. A photograph presumably taken at Sun Yat Sen's first accession to power in China in 1911.
82 x 82 mm. glass slides with limited, largely undated captions.
267 x 200 mm. Showing a detachment of Indian and Chinese policemen on parade.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.