Nassau (inhabited place)
Found in 85 Collections and/or Records:
229 x 173 mm. Showing a woman standing outside her small thatched house. Grantstown is a suburb of Nassau on the south of the city.
225 x 177 mm. A view looking along an unsurfaced lane in Grantstown with a small thatched house at the left of the picture and a European and a Bahamian (dressed in suit and bowler hat) standing in the foreground.
229 x 173 mm. Showing a sponge yard with a pile of sponges in the foreground, workers with packed bales of sponges in the middle ground and a large residential house in the background.
225 x 177 mm. Showing Bahamian women at work in a shady courtyard, with sponges and trimmings on the ground around them.
224 x 176 mm. Showing a bearded European in a pith helmet standing among palms and other tropical plants, possibly in the Botanic Gardens.
244 x 176 mm. Duplicate of Y3071A/44.
225 x 177 mm. A view looking along the treelined avenue.
211 x 170 mm. A view looking along a dirt road with a wooden thatched hut in the foreground and the sea beyond.
255 x 200mm. A view from a window looking out at Nassau harbour at the arrival of the ship carrying the Duke of Edinburgh. A lighthouse can be seen on the headland, variously known as Nassau Harbor Lighthouse, Paradise Island Lighthouse and Colonial Beach Lighthouse.
226 x 175 mm. A view in a Nassau park showing a row of Spanish Laurels. Pencilled caption on the reverse reads: 'Indian fig trees (ficus netida) Nassau Bahamas'.
212 x 177 mm. A view at the eastern end of Bay Street showing fields, palm trees and a rather dilapidated verandahed house.
223 x 176 mm. A view looking along Bay Street with commercial premises on the left hand side and rather more homely dwellings on the right. For a more modern view of Bay Street, which runs along the Nassau waterfront and is the shopping and commercial centre of the city, see Y3071C/8.
102 x 74 mm. Showing Bell seated in a small horse carriage outside an unidentified building, probably in Nassau in the 1890's.
210 x 169 mm. A view showing a breadfruit tree growing beside a path, with thatched huts in the background.
176 x 226 mm. A view showing a coconut tree heavily laden with fruit.
178 x 226 mm. Showing the nineteenth-century statue of Columbus which stands in front of Government House and was presented to the Colony by Governor Sir James Carmichael Smyth (Governor 1829-33).
Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, Nassau, Oct. 1985: group photo taken on board the Royal Yacht ‘Britannia’, showing Queen Elizabeth II and the Duke of Edinburgh with heads of government, 1985
253 x 172 mm.
Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, Nassau, Oct. 1985: opening of the meeting showing Sir Lynden Pindling speaking before the assembled leaders, 1985
303 x 119 mm. colour print with key.
226 x 176 mm. A view from inland looking over flat scrubland towards Nassau with a thatched cottage in the foreground. Nothing of the town itself can be seen.
224 x 176 mm. A view showing lawns and shrubs in the gardens with two figures standing in the centre of the picture; possibly the Governor and his ADC, the men have not been positively identified (possibly Sir Ambrose Shea, Governor 1887-1895).
A view of the gardens at Government House, with a patio and pond.
Another view of the gardens at Government House, showing the patio, pond and a long stepped path running beside them and then into the gardens.
A more expansive view of the gardens at Government House (than Y3011XX/216-217), including a long straight path and palm trees.
Showing a view through wrought iron gates (possibly the Entrance gates to Government House) and along a tree-lined avenue.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.