Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
A supplement to 'The Spectator'.
176 x 117 mm. A group portrait, taken at the top of a hill, with sea or a loch in the background. Identified beneath the print are: Lt Col Tyers; Guide; Capt Hammell, CB; Cdr Noel; Secretary Donaldson; Fleet paymaster Curgens.
190 x 144 mm. A view looking along a beach towards distant cliffs, with a figure posed behind a ruined house in the foreground. Exact location unidentified, probably near Castletownsend [i.e. Castletownshend ?], County Cork.
189 x 145 mm. A view looking along the waterfront towards the house seen in the preceding print, with a church on the hill in the background.
197 x 148 mm. Showing the east wing of Castletownsend [i.e. Castletownshend] House, a building with two square crenellated wings connected by a centre part.
184 x 137 mm. Showing the estuary at Castletownsend [i.e. Castletownshend ?] (in County Cork, four miles E SE of Skibbereen with sailing and rowing boats beached in the foreground.
194 x 149 mm. A view looking along the beach of the harbour estuary, with a woodland path at the left.
A diary of time spent in Spain and Morocco (1933), the Channel Islands (1934), England (1934), Ireland (1935), Italy via Germany (1937), Lincolnshire and the Cotswolds (1939), Lynmouth (1940), Sussex (1941), Somerset (1942), the north of England and Wales (1943) and the Lake District (1944).
75 x 50 mm. A road leading up to a house surrounded by trees, located in Ireland.
51 x 43 mm. A house surrounded by trees, located in Ireland.
68 x 46 mm. A group standing next to a car on a road in Ireland.
58 x 50 mm. A group photograph, including Frederick Tymms, taken in Ireland.
Part of a book left incomplete on the author's death. The title, introduction, glossary and index were supplied by the author's daughter, Mrs Rosamond Griffin. The full title is 'From Aden ... to Quetta ... to Lahore ... to Delhi ... to Quetta: the peripatetic life of one army household between 1910 and 1917'. The memoir contains descriptions of train journeys in India and the accommodation, domestic arrangements and social amenities of army families in the early twentieth century.
Twenty-one letters from Rice in Greece to his parents, 1910, many only partially dated and some incomplete, and one letter from Rice in Ireland to his mother, 1911. The letters are accompanied by three faded photographs of Tunis.
254 x 206 mm. Frederick Tymms with a party of Liverymen of City Guilds and their wives at Shannon airport. The photograph is undated, but a note on the back states that the aircraft was commanded by Captain Norman Bristow, 'then Master of the Guild of Air Pilots and Air Navigators': Bristow was Master of the Guild, 1970-1971.
An M.A. thesis for the National University of Ireland, University College, Dublin, 319 pages. The thesis is accompanied by a letter from McMahon at Churchill College, Cambridge, to Malcolm MacDonald, 29 September 1975, enclosing the thesis.
Revd. E.G. Armstrong. Rector of 'Listerlin’ Parish Co. KiIkenny, copy of a daguerrotype taken about 1860, 1875
58 x 95 mm. carte de visite portrait of Armstrong. Listerlin is a village in South Kilkenny, but no longer appears in Crockford as an Anglican Parish. Edward George Armstrong, born in Clare, entered Trinity College Dublin in 1811 aged 17, according to Burchaell and Sadleir, p.19.
187 x 142 mm. A view looking along a woodland path towards the sea, with three women posed in the middle ground. No tennis court is visible.
186 x 132 mm. A view looking along the waterfront towards a sailing boat moored at the quay, with the country house visible in the background.