Victoria (inhabited place)
Found in 195 Collections and/or Records:
Half-plate. [A jungly picture with steep path to the left on which are two rickshaws being pulled/pushed by two natives each one carrying a woman up and the other a bowler hatted man down].
Half-plate. (Chinese Gardener at work). [Gardener with Chinese hat raking grass slope below Government House].
Half-plate (landscape format).
90 x 110 mm. A similar view to Y3062S/56-58 recording the Royal Visit of Oct. 1901.
296 x 160 mm. A posed group of 27 men who attended the exhibition.
Group taken in Government House: HRH The Prince of Wales, sitting between Sir Frank and Lady Barnard, Lieut-Governor of BC., 1919
250 x 200 mm.
77 x 97 mm. A view showing an African making vertical tapping cuts on a tree with a pruning knife attached to a bamboo pole.
79 x 103 mm. A view showing an African making vertical tapping cuts on a tree with a pruning knife attached to a bamboo pole.
200 x 135 mm. Both ships formed part of the Special Service Squadron which visited the Dominions during 1923-24 to encourage their support for British sea power.
245 x 95 mm. The 'Hood' formed part of the Special Service Squadron which visited the Dominions during 1923-24 to encourage their support for British sea power.
A view looking along a street in Victoria (?Wardley Street) with carts and rickshaws in the roadway.
A view along Ice House Lane, off Queen's Road, Victoria, with a row of sedan chairs parked at the right of the street. At the end of the lane can be seen the studio of Mee Cheung, a Chinese commercial photographer who advertises his premises in the 'Directory and Chronicle for China' (1901 ed) as being located at 'Top floor of Ice House'.
An unidentified street scene in Hong Kong with sedan chairs and pedestrians in the foreground. The shop signs include those of two photographers, Tai Woo and Hung Choung.
A view showing the front façade of the bank, from Queen's Road, with a fountain in the foreground.
Slides 237-244 are copies of prints by Hiroshige.
A view looking along tree-shaded Wyndham Street (off Queen's Road), with flower sellers on the pavement.
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 looking over the flagstaff on Victoria Peak with Victoria and the Harbour in the distance below.
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.
Quarter-plate. [Path with beeches on the left and trees showing large white building in the distance and three people in the foreground].
125 x 90 mm.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.