Found in 82 Collections and/or Records:
158 x 110 mm. A photograph taken 'At Basel on inaugural flight of London-Zurich service by Handley Page', featuring four men, two of whom are Frederick Tymms and Captain Robert McIntosh.
155 x 115 mm.
Photographs from the Cape Flight, 1920; Belgium, France, Zurich, Surrey and Wales, 1920; R36, 1921; Jersey, 1921; Scotland, 1922; Amsterdam and Berlin, 1923; the King's Cup, 1923; Gothenburg, 1923; and Spitsbergen, 1924. Photographs 1-3, 65, 72, 82, 149 and 241 are housed in separate clear plastic sleeves.
150 x 100 mm.
218 x 160 mm. A view from a hillside looking down on to the village and lakes of Campfer and Silvaplana near St. Moritz. Bell spent July and August of 1909 on holiday in Switzerland with his ADC Frank Burton. Photograph by Wehrli A.G., Kilchberg.
125 x 85 mm.
125 x 85 mm. A view of the Chillon Castle on the far side of Lake Geneva.
Photographs of delegates to the conferences that led to the establishment of the International Civil Aviation Organisation.
130 x 100 mm print of people sledding down a hill, possibly in Switzerland. They are identified by their initials.
Prominent subjects include Bell’s social life, interests and personal affairs; the purchase of a plot of land at Cannes and the construction of a villa; the completion of his book ‘Foreign Colonial Administration in the Far East’; the writing of his memoirs; attendance at the Union Coloniale Française on behalf of the government; the publication of letters in the press concerning the treatment of captive orang-utans and the education of Africans; and European travels (circa 80 sheets).
Prominent subjects include Bell’s social life, interests, personal affairs and extensive travel within Europe; the final reports of the Colonial Films Committee and the Colonial Appointments Committee; the Caribs of Dominica; letters to the press on cinema in the colonies, film censorship and other themes; Mauritian finance; and spiritualism (circa 100 sheets).
Prominent subjects include Bell's social life, interests, travel and personal affairs, including a serious illness caused by heart disease; the Caribs of Dominica; attendance at the Exposition Coloniale Internationale; the Manchuria Crisis and the League of Nations; and press articles on colonial cinema, the Union Coloniale Française, France's aid to her colonies, the cultivation of bananas in West Africa, hospital transportation and Charles George Gordon (circa 100 sheets).
Prominent subjects include Bell’s social life, interests, personal affairs and travel; spiritualism; and letters to the press on the League of Nations, disarmament, the Italian invasion of Abyssinia, and the administration of justice in Africa (circa 80 sheets).
Prominent subjects include Bell’s social life, interests, personal affairs and travel; spiritualism; comments upon the deteriorating international situation; and letters to the press on the Italian invasion of Abyssinia, witchcraft, the Spanish Civil War, traffic congestion in London, and Dominica’s Caribs (circa 95 sheets).
Prominent subjects include Bell’s social life, interests, personal affairs and travel; the composition of ‘Glimpses of a Governor’s Life’; comments upon the abdication of Edward VIII, the coronation of George VI, the Italian invasion of Abyssinia and the Spanish Civil War; and letters to the press on the training of colonial officers, witchcraft, and cruelty to animals in film (circa 60 sheets).
An album of blank paper measuring 245 x 300 mm. The first thirty pages contain a miscellaneous collection of inserted photographs, original drawings and watercolours, mostly of maritime and naval interest and of family holidays, ranging in date from 1845 to 1900. There are eight original pictures of the Falkland Islands area, some of which are initialled G.M.H. or R.C.H. The last item is a photograph of troops embarking for the South African War in 1900.
150 x 100 mm.
130 x 100 mm.
145 x 105 mm.
160 x 110 mm.
200 x 125 mm. View from window, looking towards the sea and cliffs beyond.
139 x 91 mm. A postcard depicting different places in Geneva.