Nassau (inhabited place)
Found in 85 Collections and/or Records:
A view along an avenue lined with palm trees, towards with a gazebo.
224 x 178 mm. A view from the Cathedral tower looking across Princes’ Street towards Government House and its grounds.
225 x 177 mm. A view looking along George Street showing shops, the Cathedral and various figures (including a white-suited Bahamian posing beside his bicycle). Government House stands on a rise at the end of George Street which runs south from Bay Street.
220 x 172 mm. Showing islanders on the beach at Nassau hauling in a net.
Showing an interior view of Government House, possibly a Drawing Room, with grand fluted columns, soft arm-chairs, a coffee table and pictures of Chinese floral images on the walls.
Another view of the Drawing Room (?), described in Y3011/211, at Government House, but looking the other way and showing a glass-fronted corner bookcase.
Another view of the Drawing Room (?), described in Y3011/211, at Government House, but looking the other way and showing a glass-fronted corner bookcase. Identical to Y3011XX/212.
Another view ot the Drawing Room (?) at Government House, (see: Y3011XX/211 and Y3011XX/212), but from a different angle.
Showing another view of the Drawing Room (?) at Government House, (see: Y3011XX/211, Y3011XX/212 and Y3011XX/214), but from a different angle.
Showing the dining room in Government House, with the table set for 14 diners.
255 x 200 mm. Showing a marching band in front of Government House, Nassau.
102 x 81 mm. Showing Bell in a small horse carriage in a driveway.
95 x 74 mm. Showing Bell in a small horse carriage in a driveway.
81 x 102 mm. Showing Bell riding along a road in Nassau on a bicycle.
226 x 177 mm. A view of Nassau from the sea showing the waterfront buildings. At the right of the picture, partially obscured by a sailing ship in the harbour, can be seen the government buildings in Rawson Square, and in the centre on the skyline, the Victoria Hotel.
223 x 176 mm. A view on the quayside with moored fishing boats in the foreground and the fish market beyond. The Cathedral tower can be seen on the skyline.
226 x 174 mm. A view looking seawards from the ramparts of Fort Fincastle which overlooks the town from Bennet’s Hill and was built around 1793. In the foreground stands a native shepherd with his flock, while in the middle ground in the centre of the picture stands the Victoria Hotel.
230 x 170 mm. A view looking east from the Cathedral tower showing Trinity Church at the right of the picture and a portion of the harbour at the left.
228 x 174 mm. Showing two Bahamians at work in the quarry sawing blocks of stone.
255 x 200 mm. A view of Prince Philip and others during his welcoming ceremony in the public square at Nassau. The Governor, Raynor Arthur, is just visible to the left of Philip.
211 x 167 mm. A view showing a heavy growth of cactus on a host tree with small wooden cottages in the background.
224 x 176 mm. A view looking across the lake with a figure standing beside a wall at the right of the picture.
250 x 170 mm. Black and white. All of these photographs are stamped 'Bahamas News Bureau Photo by Frederic Maura'.
180 x 130 mm. The typescript caption continues: 'The Duke of Edinburgh inspects a guard of honor from the Worcestershire regiment during four-day visit to the Bahamas. The police band is in attendance during the ceremony on Prince George Wharf in Nassau. -30-.' The caption also reads: 'From: Bahamas News Bureau ... by Bill Seward,' and 'Direction of (to): Hill and Knowlton, Inc.' and gives full address details for both.