Found in 725 Collections and/or Records:
264 x 198 mm. A view showing a large hole in the wall of the mosque, presumably the effect of a single unexploded shell.
263 x 200 mm. A view showing a court-martial being held on the pavement outside the Palais de Justice. A group of Arabs stands under armed guard before two wooden tables at which are seated Naval Officers (unidentified). The work of suppressing looters was commenced on July 15: Archer states that looters were to be flogged and incendaries caught in the act were to be shot.
262 x 198 mm. A view looking along the street towards Arabi Pasha's house, in front of which stands a contingent of marines posing for the photograph. Probably taken on July 14 when a party of marines landed to occupy the Ras-el-Teen Palace (situated on the peninsula to the west of the Arsenal).
262 x 199 mm. A view showing the still-standing façade with firegutted interior of Count Zogheb's house (not the same building as seen in Y3041A/40). Exact location unknown.
260 x 198 mm. A view showing the rubble-filled ruins of the house of S. Zogheb. Exact location unknown.
263 x 198 mm. A view looking along a street towards the harbour, with the ruined house of Widow Adib in the right foreground.
261 x 200 mm. A view showing the apparently undamaged mosque and minaret with Arabi Pasha's house to the left.
264 x 199 mm. A view showing the ruined houses in the street running along the south side of the Great Square with the archway to the Passage Napier in the left foreground.
262 x 197 mm. A view showing ruined buildings and rubble in the Place de l'Eglise. Exact location unknown, but possibly in front of the great Church on the south side of the rue Mosquée Attarin.
263 x 199 mm. A view showing the ruins of the Place de l'Encan (Auction Square) with two figures sitting among the rubble in the foreground.
262 x 198 mm. A view looking north-west along the central square of Alexandria, also variously known as Place Nehemet Ali and the Great Square. In the foreground stand a pool and fountain with two avenues of trees leading towards the equestrian statue of Mohammed Ali visible in the background, with the Palais de Justice beyond.
256 x 199 mm. A view looking along the street beside the Great Square showing the ruins of the houses of European residents.
261 x 198 mm. A view looking along the street which runs alongside the Great Square with small wooden stalls lining the square and figures standing on the roadway and pavement watching the photographer.
263 x 199 mm. A view showing gutted houses and debris in the Rue Cherif Pacha with a blurred crowd of people inspecting the ruins at the far end of the road. The street runs south east from the Great Square to the Boulevard Ismail.
262 x 200 mm. A view of ruins in the Rue Cherif Pacha with two Egyptians wearing fezzes in the foreground.
262 x 199 mm. A view looking along the undamaged Rue de la Bourse with pedestrians and ponytraps on the roadway. The street runs north-east from the Great Square to the New Port.
263 x 198 mm. A view looking along the paved street lined with gutted houses and debris and with a few bystanders posing for the photographer. The offices of the Credit Lyonnais are on the left foreground.
262 x 199 mm. A view showing another section of the street, with great destruction apparent.
252 x 200 mm. Another view of gutted houses and debris in the Rue de la Poste Italienne.
259 x 196 mm. A view showing ruined buildings in the Rue Mosquée Attarin. The Rue des Soeurs runs south from the great Square.
263 x 198 mm. A view showing the ruins of small shops on La Rue Mosquée Attarin. Exact location of the Cent Milles Articles unknown, but presumably a bazaar or market area of small businesses.
264 x 197 mm. A view looking along this rubble strewn street which runs parallel to the Great Square.
262 x 197 mm. A view showing gutted houses and rubble in Rue Sesostris, which runs from the Boulevard Ismail (also known as Rue de la Porte de Rosette) to Rue de l'eglise Copte.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.