Found in 728 Collections and/or Records:
133 x 83 mm. Two views showing the ‘Medina’ in the Suez Canal. Photographer unknown, probably Henry Williamson.
90 x 60 mm. Showing a line of tall palm trees on the far bank of a river, their image reflected in the water. A boy is walking along the near bank. Location unidentified, but probably Egypt.
277 x 221 mm. General view looking over the rooftops towards the west harbour. Photograph by Zangaki.
283 x 215 mm.
287 x 223 mm. A view looking over an open square towards the houses of the town and distant hills. Photograph by Zangaki.
A series of mostly uncaptioned slides.
Correspondence, notes, statistics and diagrams relating to Harry Carver's studies of the Great Pyramid.
A collection of programmes, invitations, menus, photographs and other material issued in connection with the Royal Visit to India during 1905-1906.
85 x 60 mm. Showing people carrying small loads in baskets. Some ruins can be seen in the background. Location unidentified but probably Egypt.
65 x 110 mm. Showing a group of people stood in the road, only partially visible and stood with their backs to the camera. A young girl is facing and looking directly at the camera. Location unidentified, but probably Egypt.
78 x 78 mm. A view of 'Pharaoh's Bed', a temple on the island of Philae south of Aswan, with the Nile in the foreground.
78 x 78 mm. A view showing the pylons of the Temple of Isis on Philae, with the Nile in the foreground.
78 x 78 mm. A distant view of Philae showing the Temple of Isis and 'Pharaoh's Bed'.
An album containing photographs relating to Lovett's military service in India and South Africa in the 1870s and 1880s. It also contains photographs of other places visited en route to India.
A collection of nine photographic diaries compiled by Thomas Donald Simon, measuring approximately 220 x 155 mm, with photographs as separate pages measuring generally 205 x 145 mm. The diary entries are typed, and each entry is accompanied by a number of photographs, presumably all taken by Thomas Donald Simon himself.
An album, labelled on the spine, containing prints of various sizes. The numbering is sequenced from 1 to 131, but 101 is omitted. 14 of these prints are loose (118-131) , and are kept in a separate envelope in the album. Some of the prints are good quality professional work. Some of the photographs are captioned in ink; in other cases the titles have been derived from duplicate copies in Davies' other Indian album or from other photographs of the same scenes.
A large album of albumen prints. The prints are of various sizes and by various photographers. The compiler of the album is not known. Captions have been used as titles and have been recorded as found. Titles composed by the cataloguer are enclosed in square brackets.
40 x 70 mm.
130 x 85 mm. Showing a temple.
229 x 289 mm. A view showing one of the pylons at the Temple of Isis on the Island of Philae, finely sculptured with figures and hieroglyphics. At the foot of the pylon sit two young Egyptians in front of a massive granite block carved with hieroglyphs.
70 x 44 mm.
140 x 85 mm. Three men and three women sat on the grass having a picnic. There is a handwritten caption beneath the print, of which only the name 'Captain Clarke' is visible. The place name Heliopolis [i.e. Misr al Jadidah] is also written on the album page, and presumably relates to this photograph, among others.
242 x 192 mm. A view showing an Egyptian farmer ploughing with a camel team, with the Nile in the background.