Found in 725 Collections and/or Records:
235 x 156 mm. A view looking across the Nile towards the riverwall and temples of Philae. Visible behind the wall are part of Pharaoh's Bed and the pylon gateways of the Great Temple.
Booklet entitled 'Souvenir of Suez' containing detachable monochrome postcards showing views of Suez and the Canal. Published by the Cairo Postcard Trust, Cairo. The postcards are captioned in English on the front and French on the reverse.
125 x 80 mm.
230 x 170 mm. Aerial view.
60 x 90 mm.
277 x 219 mm. A side view of the Sphinx at Giza with a pyramid in the background. Photograph probably by Georgiladakis.
67 x 44 mm. Frederick Tymms, Brackley and others before the Sphinx.
85 x 60 mm.
66 watercolours, 150 x 200 mm in size. The captions, including the names of institutions, have been recorded as found and may include language which is offensive, inaccurate or inappropriate. They have been retained to reflect the context of the collection's creation. Notes provided by H.B. Thomas have been incorporated into the description.
A collection of programmes, invitations, menus, photographs and other material issued in connection with the Royal Visit to India during 1905-1906.
206 x 253 mm. glossy print.
Approximately 220 x 160 mm. Photographer unknown.
163 x 114 mm. A view showing one of the boats used to transport troops to Wadi Halfa, moored at Aswan.
45 x 65 mm. Showing a street flanked by very tall stone buildings. Location unidentified, but probably Egypt.
75 x 45 mm. Showing people and a horse and cart in the street.
80 x 50 mm. Showing a busy street and a horse and trap (the trap is not visible). Location unidentified but probably Egypt.
130 x 85 mm. Showing buildings or stores, and laden horse and carts in the road. Location unidentified, but probably Egypt.
85 x 135 mm. Showing men stood in the road. One has a small load on his head, another a donkey or mule heavily laden with vegetation. Location unidentified, but probably Egypt.
90 x 130 mm.
45 x 70 mm.
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.
45 x 65 mm.
223 x 281 mm. Full length studio portrait of two Sudanese warriors, dressed in white and carrying spears. Photographer unknown, probably Zangaki.