Found in 725 Collections and/or Records:
Booklet containing detachable monochrome postcards. Published by Lévy et Neurdein Réuins, 44 Rue Letellier, Paris.
192 x 241 mm. A view showing a young warrior posing for the camera and holding a long sword.
Approximately 220 x 160 mm. Photographer unknown.
79 x 79 mm. A view showing the colossal statues of Rameses at Abu Simbel, with the Nile in the foreground.
A collection of programmes, invitations, menus, photographs and other material issued in connection with the Royal Visit to India during 1905-1906.
66 x 43 mm.
70 x 45 mm. A view of a parked aeroplane with men stood around it. Location unidentified, but probably Egypt.
A diary describing a journey from London via Egypt to the Sudan, Kenya, Uganda, Belgian Congo, French Equatorial Africa, Cameroons and South Africa in four volumes, each of 50 pages.
280 x 216 mm. A view showing a steamer proceeding along the Suez Canal, with high banks of sand on either side and a small steam launch moored in the foreground. The meaning of the title has not been fully determined; whether Aglaea is the name of the steamer is unknown. Photograph by Zangakai.
65 x 40 mm. Location unidentified, but probably Egypt.
85 x 130 mm.
240 x 192 mm. glossy print.
An album of small photographs, mostly stuck in but with 5 loose, and includes 3 enlargements. There are some captions, but without dates.
1-7 show Marseilles, 8-10 Italy, 11-186 Egypt and the Sudan especially the Hag Abdulla Pumping Station.
An album of small photographs, mostly stuck in but with 22 loose. There are rather sketchy captions.
1-278 and 283 are of Egypt and the Sudan including the Sennar (Makwar) Dam and the Kor Arbaat project, 279 of Venice and 280-282 of Germany.
An album of photographs, mostly stuck in but with 15 loose. Very few are captioned.
1-114, 122-140 show Egypt and the Sudan, 115-121 are of Jeddah and Abu Shaib 1948-49. 122-123 show Khor Arbaat in 1958.
An album of photographs with captions, the later ones more detailed.
1-27 are of Egypt and the Sudan, 28-55 of East Africa.
A series of sheets apparently torn from a photograph album, with most stuck on the pages and 8 loose prints, chiefly enlargements of those preceding. Not all are captioned.
1-16 and 92 relate to Egypt and the Sudan, 17-47 to Uganda, including the Owen Falls Dam, built 1949-1952, and the remainder probably of Saudi Arabia.
Contains albumen and collodio-chloride prints, mostly captioned, and many by professional photographers. The album is lettered 'H.A.D. 1898-1901' on the cover. The images relate to sporting, theatrical, social and military events. In addition to British India, there are 5 photographs of Egypt (16-20) and 4 of Malta (21-24).
An album of albumen prints. This collection contains a series of views of destruction caused by the bombardment of the city on 11 July 1882 when the English fleet attempted to destroy Arabi Pasha's nationalist forces. The photographs are captioned in French on the photographs themselves.
275 x 204 mm. General view looking over the rooftops of Alexandria towards the harbour.
250 x 203 mm.
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