Found in 725 Collections and/or Records:
215 x 276 mm. Full length studio portrait of the woman seen in Y3042B/12. Apart from the veil, the woman is dressed in European style and carries a heart shaped fan.
275 x 215 mm. Full length studio portrait of a woman reclining on a chair; she wears pantaloons and a small waistcoat and holds the stem of a hookah. The photograph is taken against the same studio backdrop of palms and mountains as Y3042C/13.
217 x 280 mm. A view of two Egyptian women.
69 x 44 mm. A group of people.
65 x 45 mm. A group photograph. Some are wearing turbans. The man stood in the middle appears to be an important person in the group. Exact location unidentified.
110 x 65 mm. Showing four men in discussion stood in a group facing one another, whilst a crowd of people apparently watching them form a long line some way in the distance. Exact location unidentified.
133 x 82 mm. A view showing an unidentified battleship in the Suez Canal, possibly a naval escort for the ‘Medina’s’ voyage to India. Photographer unknown, probably Henry Williamson.
138 x 80 mm. A view showing an unidentified naval gunboat moored at Port Said. Photographer unknown, probably Henry Williamson.
144 x 84 mm. A view showing a Royal Naval submarine (number 68) steaming along the Suez Canal, with sandhills in the background. Photographer unknown, probably Henry Williamson.
188 x 238 mm. Half length studio portrait of a Nubian woman holding a baby.
215 x 277 mm Duplicate of Y3042B/31.
291 x 230 mm.
231 x 161 mm. A view showing the massive stone entrance to the temple with carved hieroglyphics over its face and flanked by two monumental statues of Rameses II buried to the shoulders in the sand and the rubble. Beyond the entrance can be seen the tower of a mosque of more recent date.
271 x 215 mm. View looking south over the town and Canal, with docking areas in the background and Lake Menzaleh in the distance. Photograph by Zangaki.
270 x 218 mm. A view looking down from a roof top, showing quayside buildings and wharfs, ships moored at the entrance to the canal and the open sea on the horizon. No. 48 in a series of photographs by Zangaki.
82 x 58 mm. A view showing Father Robert Brindle, a white-bearded figure wearing a large pith helment, standing in the desert. Brindle's DSO was awarded for services in the field during the Egyptian campaign.
276 x 214 mm. Showing a camel caravan boarding a ferry somewhere along the route of the Suez Canal. The caption on the print is hard to read and part has been cut off at some stage. Photograph by Zangaki.
Photographs taken in Egypt, Sudan, Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda.
Photographs taken in Egypt, Sudan, Kenya, Tanganyika and Zanzibar.
80 x 80 mm. A blurred view showing Loch running from the camera between two tents at Sidi Gabr, near Alexandria. Loch is also a possible candidate for photographer of this album.
F.O. Section Prints re Egypt, 6 Jun. - 10 Aug. 1882
F.O. Paper re Egypt, 1882
F.O. Section Prints re Egypt Reorganization, Nov. 1882 - Apr. 1883
F.O. Prints re Egypt Judicial Reforms, Jun. 1883 - Nov. 1884
Daily Prints of F.O. Telegrams, Feb. - Mar., Apr. [part], May-July, 1882
F.O. Paper re Egypt, 1882
Daily Prints of F.O. Telegrams, Aug. 1882
F.O. Telegrams and some Section Prints, 1 Jan. - 21 Jun. 1885
F.O. Print. Affairs of Central Asia, 20 Jan. - 31 Aug. 1883
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.