Nassau (inhabited place)
Found in 85 Collections and/or Records:
210 x 169 mm. A view looking along the drive towards the front façade of the Bahamas Government House at Nassau. The house stands on the range of hills to the south of the town and looks along George Street towards the harbour. Written on the back in pencil: 'The Government House Nassau, Bahamas'.
231 x 177 mm. A view showing the large silk cotton tree which stands behind the Post Office in the grassy square east of Parliament Street, Nassau.
224 x 185 mm. Showing sponge collecting boats moored at the quayside near the Sponge Exchange.
225 x 183 mm. Showing the entrance to the Nassau Sponge Exchange Company Limited building, with islanders in the foreground and piles of sponges visible in the open shed which lies on the waterfront just off Bay Street. The Sponge Exchange was the centre for selling all the sponges gathered in the Bahamas Islands.
223 x 126 mm. A similar view of the Sponge Exchange seen in Y3071A/24 but showing more clearly the piles of sponges awaiting sale.
226 x 182 mm. A view looking west along the Nassau waterfront from Rawson Square, showing moored fishing boats and Bahamians sitting on benches at the quayside.
Postcard booklet containing nine views (from original set of ten).
255 x 200 mm. Prince Philip about to shake hands with the Captain of an unidentified ship, at Nassau harbour. The location is identified as Nassau Harbour by the lighthouse which can be seen on the headland to the right, variously known as Nassau Harbor Lighthouse, Paradise Island Lighthouse and Colonial Beach Lighthouse.
255 x 200 mm. A view of Prince Philip in the foreground (possibly standing in a boat) in a harbour with the Governor, Raynor Arthur , and others. Exact location unknown.
255 x 200 mm. A view of a crowd, mostly children, all of whom carry small United Kingdom flags, and in lines, possibly a youth rally. A band can be seen far right. There are a number United Kingdom flags flying, and two large ships can be seen in the background. The location is identified as Nassau Harbour by the lighthouse which can be seen on the headland to the right, variously known as Nassau Harbor Lighthouse, Paradise Island Lighthouse and Colonial Beach Lighthouse.