Found in 777 Collections and/or Records:
Quarter-plate. [View from harbour wall to sailing boats and warship across to mountains on the mainland].
287 x 233 mm. Showing an outcrop of rock in the form of a slender outstretched foot.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). To the right note two old Chinese Wooden guns, captured from the Taku forts.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Island guard detachment. [Showing guards and dogs standing in the courtyard beside verandah where more guards are seated. A bell hangs from the eaves and potted plants stand on the verandah beside deep gutter].
276 x 212 mm. View looking along the Nanking Road, a wide street lined with Chinese commercial premises.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). An old Chinese house.
Quarter-plate. An old Chinese house. [Showing detail of steps up to the entrance with painted panels of Chinese design on either side of arch. Tiled roof with carved animals along corner ridge. Small group of Chinese in left hand corner].
282 x 233 mm. View of the Nine-storied Pagoda at Canton, seen here in dilapidated condition
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Graves of British soldiers (1840) and wives of some of them.
100 x 140 mm. Dr B.L. Paton is holding his youngest son, Henry Oldham Paton (born 20 August 1909); standing next to him is Mrs Janet Paton. In front are John McFie Paton (born 23 March 1907, died 1975) and Robert Lewis Paton, donor of this collection (born 25 September 1905).
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing sea and steamer with buildings along the seafront and the Peak in the mist behind].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [With sailing boats in centre foreground].
150 x 200 mm.
A copy of a half-tone photograph showing a tramcar ascending Victoria Peak on the steep track which runs from near St John's Cathedral up to the Peak Hotel. The line was opened in 1888.
A view showing a lower section of the tramway with residential houses in the foreground.
286 x 212 mm. View looking along the Pearl River towards a gorge. With sampans moored to the bank in the foreground.
264 x 105 mm. View looking north across the Happy Valley (or Wognei Chong Valley) which contains Hong Kong’s race course. Beyond the track on the left is Morrison Hill, with the Harbour beyond.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Tunnel 2200 yds long almost complete : view taken about 3 1/2 miles from Lok-lo-ha: railway will run from Kowloon to Canton.
Half-plate (landscape format). [Surrounded by rolling hills].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). This island is united by a causeway with the mainland. [Saddleback in very misty background with boats on the water and on the foreground shore].
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.