Found in 728 Collections and/or Records:
69 x 44 mm. Major Turner on a horse, with two Africans.
289 x 226 mm. A view looking along the north face of the Assiut Barrage, situated about half way between Aswan and Cairo, and built in order to divert water released from the Aswan reservoir into the Ibrahimian Canal.
283 x 227 mm. A view looking along the northern face of the Assiut Barrage (see Y3041B/25).
288 x 226 mm. A view showing a section of the Nile Barrage, with sluice gates controlling the level of the river north of the dam.
294 x 226 mm. A view looking along the Eastern or Damietta Barrage, a similar construction to the Rosetta Barrage (see Y3041/29).
285 x 227 mm. A view looking along the western or Rosetta Barrage, a brick and stone construction surmounted by turreted towers on the roadway across. The construction, situated at the divide of the Nile north of Cairo, was designed to keep the water of the Nile level at all seasons and do away with the old irrigation machinery (Y3041B/30 and 31). Photograph by G. Kelegian.
78 x 135 mm. A view showing two Turkish bayonets and their scabbards leaning against a wall. Photographer unknown, probably Henry Williamson.
45 x 70 mm. Showing a row of beached boats. Location unidentified but probably Egypt.
70 x 44 mm.
241 x 192 mm. A view showing a Bedouin Muslim kneeling in the sand at Giza with the Sphinx and Pyramids of Giza in the background.
78 x 78 mm. A view showing three Arabs standing against a rocky background (at Aswan ?). The Bisharin are part of the mountain people known collectively as Beja, a group which also includes the Hadendowa.
153 x 114 mm. A view showing Camerons and stacked rifles at Luxor Station.
45 x 70 mm.
85 x 130 mm. Showing small boats grounded on a narrow road (a slipway?) between buildings. Location unidentified, but probably Egypt.
80 x 100 mm. Showing Major H. G. Brackley (Pilot) on a mule/donkey arriving at the aerodrome at Assouan on the morning of the aeroplane crash.
90 x 125 mm. Showing Brackley sat on a donkey/mule. The caption continues: 'Handley page entry. Pilot (Major H.G. Brackley) arriving at the aerodrome at Assouan on the morning of the crash.'
MAR's correspondence and papers as Chairman of the British Council, including a tour of the Near East, particularly to Turkey, Egypt and Iraq, in 1943.
45 x 70 mm. Showing many hanging circular objects (lights, perhaps) in the interior of a large stone building. Location unidentified, but probably Egypt.
218 x 279 mm. A head-on view of the Sphynx at Giza with pyramids in the background. The sphynx is a likeness of King Chephren. Photograph by Zangaki.
284 x 219 mm. General view of the Pyramids of Giza with a river in the foreground.
275 x 218 mm. General view from an unidentified location, looking over the rooftops of Cairo. Photograph by Zangaki.
174 x 214 mm.
70 x 45 mm. Showing a man a woman and a young girl stood beneath a shelter. A caption on the album page reads 'Cairo and Baghdad', this particular image was probably taken in Cairo.
247 x 196 mm. glossy print.
250 x 196 mm. glossy print.