Found in 725 Collections and/or Records:
Churchill's commentary upon the Suez Crisis. He calls for effective propaganda to make Britain's case, and to counter the spread of Communism, illustrated by his successful campaign against pro-Indonesian propaganda in Kelantan during 1946-47. (4 sheets).
155 x 230 mm. A view showing the massive gateway with sculptured hieroglyphics leading to an inner courtyard at Medinet Haboo, on the western bank of the Nile at Thebes. Frith comments: 'But perhaps nothing will strike the traveller more, as he wanders through these wonderful ruins, than the succession of pylon-gateways, leading from one immense sculptured court to another. The one now represented is, I believe, the third from the entrance.'
65 x 110 mm.
90 x 65 mm. Showing five people, including Tymms, with a pyramid behind them.
230 x 170 mm. Aerial view. Presumably this is the Step Pyramid of Djoser (i.e. Zoser), built at Saqqara, located about 15 kilometres from Giza.
125 x 80 mm.
263 x 222 mm. General view of the Great Pyramid. Photograph by Zangaki.
279 x 218 mm. A view near the banks of the Nile with mud banks and water in the foreground and a group of Arabs with their camels in front of groves of palm trees beyond. With pyramids in the background. Photograph by Georgiladakis.
Approximately 220 x 160 mm. Photographer unknown.
65 x 110 mm. A view looking over the river Nile towards the Pyramids.
Approximately 220 x 160 mm. Probably taken from the pyramid built by the Egyptian King Khafre (Chephren). Photographer unknown.
290 x 230 mm. A fine period photograph (c 1910) showing Egyptian and European spectators in the stand at a race meeting. Photographer unknown, but professional work.
80 x 80 mm. A view showing a detachment of sentries marching to take up their posts.
A collection of reports written for the Anglo-Egyptian Rubber, Trading and Development Company.
78 x 135 mm A view showing two Turkish rifles, three bayonets and a bugle leaned against a wall. Photographer unknown, probably Henry Williamson.
60 x 80 mm. Showing people washing clothes in the river.
140 x 85 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.