Found in 725 Collections and/or Records:
262 x 196 mm. A close-up of overturned cannons and mortars lying among the rubble of Fort Ada.
262 x 199 mm. A view looking down on the battlements of Fort Pharos with cannons and mortars in the foreground. Fort Ada, to the west, can be seen in the distance.
263 x 197 mm. A view showing the battlements of Fort Pharos. In the background can be seen the breakwater connecting Fort Pharos with the mainland, with part of the town and New Port beyond.
262 x 199 mm. A view looking towards the gutted house of Nubar Pasha on the right with the ruins of the mosque of Sheik Ibrahaïm at the left (with the minaret still standing). A view taken from the Place de la musque du Cheik Ibraïm, first west of the Great Square.
262 x 197 mm. A view showing a section of the ruined battlements at Fort Pharos, with mortars standing among the rubble and the base of the lighthouse visible in the background.
261 x 199 mm. A view showing the ruins of the hotel which stood at the western end of the Great Square.
161 x 116 mm. A view showing Lieut. Edward Trotter standing in front of tents at Sidi Gabr, near Alexandria.
169 x 95 mm. A view showing three Grenadier officers standing at the entrance to a tent at Sidi Gabr, near Alexandria.
Lieut J. Chaytor Brinton, 2nd Life Guards, attached to 21st Lancers, leaving Abbasiyeh [i.e.Al `Abbasiyah], Cairo, 1898-07 - 1898-08
150 x 137 mm. A rather blurred view showing Lieutenant John Chaytor Brinton talking to, and gesticulating at an unseen person. Brinton, who was severely wounded at Khartoum, went on to serve in South Africa and the Great War.
160 x 116 mm. A view showing Lieut. (later Lt General Sir) Sidney Clive in the camp at Sidi Gabr, near Alexandira, with soldiers and tents in the background.
List of guests meeting Their Royal Highnesses the Prince and Princess of Wales at events in Cairo, 1906
A collection of programmes, invitations, menus, photographs and other material issued in connection with the Royal Visit to India during 1905-1906.
4 albums containing albumen prints. Y3022G-I were compiled by Harold Littledale and include photographs by Scowen and Co., A.T.W. Penn, Samuel Bourne and his successors, and others. Y3022I/A contains reproductions of the works of the Indian painter Raja Ravi Varma and was given to Littledale by the photographer V.G. Chiplonkar.
An album containing albumen prints. The album was originally two separate volumes which were rebound into one in 1982. The prints show views of Ceylon (now Sri Lanka), India (Madras, Lucknow, Lahore, Naini Tal, Bombay) and Egypt.
262 x 197 mm. A view looking along a street towards the ruined block of buildings. Exact location unknown.
262 x 198 mm. A view looking along a street of ruined houses in L'Okelle neuve which lies between the Grand Square and the New Port waterfront.
262 x 198 mm. A view looking across a paved roadway towards the ruins of a block of houses. Exact location unidentified but the archway at the right of the print probably belongs to the Zizinia Palace.
London-Dutch East Indies [i.e. Indonesia]-Malaya [i.e. Malay Peninsula]-Penang [i.e. Pinang]-Hong Kong. Ceylon [i.e. Sri Lanka], 1935-09 - 1935-10
288 x 231 mm. A view looking down from the dam onto work in progress on the easternmost section where the aprons are not yet complete. Here workmen can be seen laying in place the granite blocks of the ramp necessary to break the fall of water from the sluices.
67 x 44 mm.
45 x 65 mm. View of the columns of the temple.
60 x 85 mm. View of the columns of the temple.
70 x 45 mm. View of a temple.
120 x 80 mm. Showing the temple.
70 x 44 mm.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.