Found in 725 Collections and/or Records:
133 x 82 mm. A view showing the liner ‘Prinz Ludwig’ at her moorings at Port Said. Photographer unknown, probably Henry Williamson.
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.
247 x 192 mm. glossy print.
110 x 65 mm. An aerial view of the Nile at Asyut.
85 x 60 mm. Showing Tymms and another man stood near the top of a pyramid.
230 x 170 mm. Aerial view.
210 x 150 mm. Aerial view.
An album with the following annotation by McKay: 'Containing my photographic record of my return to the East and a miscellany of snaps of my new station - Cochin. September 7th to December 1928'.
229 x 157 mm. A composition showing a profile of the Sphinx's head in the foreground with the pyramid beyond, and figures at the foot of the Spinx. According to Frith: 'The profile, as given in my view, is truly hideous'. This viewpoint occurs again and again in photographs of Gizeh pyramids, but it is interesting in that, when compared with a modern photograph of the same scene, it shows the degree of excavation that has been carried out in the area of the Sphinx.
232 x 155 mm. A view showing the two vast seated statues of Amenophis III which were erected in front of the mortuary temple, now disappeared. In the foreground are two Europeans and an Egyptian. The central figure (leaning on a rifle) is identified in 'Creative Camera' (December 1979) in a similar, though not identical view, as being Frith himself.
150 x 224 mm. A view showing a close up of the statues in a vertical formal. There is an European holding a rifle, and a camel, standing in the foreground.
233 x 156 mm. A view showing the ruins of the Palace of Rameses II at Medinet Haboo with an Arab and his horse standing in the courtyard in the foreground.
245 x 200 mm. glossy print.
159 x 146 mm. A view showing wounded soldiers in a covered cart in Cairo.
70 x 45 mm. Showing three women sat outside drinking from glasses. Behind them, and beyond the vegetation, the slope of a pyramid is visible.
241 x 192 mm. A view showing two Egyptians threshing a pile of wheat with ox-drawn wooden machinery. The Great Pyramid stands in the background.
210 x 283 mm. Showing a group of European tourists posed on the lower levels of a pyramid with their Egyptian guides.
The programme comprises transcripts of interviews with senior diplomats.