Gibraltar (dependent state)
Found in 342 Collections and/or Records:
An account of Lanning's travel to Europe from Magburaka via Freetown after thirteenth months working in Sierra Leone's mining industry. The diary ends on 21 Feb. 1938 immediately before his ship's arrival at Marseilles (13 sheets).
Prominent subjects include Bell’s social life, interests, travels and personal affairs; letters to the press on mortality in Mauritius and suggestions for aiding sugar planters, Manchuria and the League of Nations, unemployment, and fish; the financial crisis; the Caribs of Dominica; the composition of ‘Glimpses of a Governor’s life’; a plan for international colonial conferences; Charles George Gordon; and spiritualism (circa 100 sheets).
Letters written by Fisher to Halford Mackinder describing his travels (circa 2,000 pages).
Quarter-plate. [Group in foreground and boats tied up along the beach beyond].
208 x 154 mm. Showing a donkey hitched to a cart.
A volume containing 36 architectural and landscape drawings in pencil and related media.
The Commonwealth Institute, London, 1961-1962 (4 drawings)
West Africa Tour 1968 (8 drawings)
Canada 1969 (19 drawings)
Jamaica 1969 (2 drawings)
Gibraltar 1985 and 1988 (3 drawings)
This box contains several drawings of Canada and Mauritius by Frome which formed part of his missing sketchbooks, and engravings by other artists acquired by him. It also includes photographic reproductions of Frome’s five sketches of Kingston, Ontario, which were sold to the Agnes Etherington Art Centre of Queen’s University, Kingston in 1975. These were originally numbers 186, 189-91 and 196 of Album 6 (now RCMS 40/1/6).
82 x 123 mm. A view looking up the steps towards the entrance from inside the cave.
87 x 65 mm. Showing the gates at the north of the town with buses and cars in the foreground and the Moorish Castle on the hill behind the town visible in the background.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing wooded area on left with horse and cart on the right and two people walking in the centre].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing gateway with three people nearby].
205 x 155 mm. Showing the cliffs and lighthouse at Europa Point, the southernmost tip of the Peninsula.
52 x 76 mm. A sketch of a fisherman dressed in blue and holding a rope.
178 x 154 mm. Showing two tourists buying flowers at a roadside stall.