Found in 203 Collections and/or Records:
A view showing a young lion sitting on a verandah with an unidentified figure standing at the right.
A view looking over the ancient water reservoirs.
A close-up view of some of the stonework in the reservoirs.
A close-up view of some of the stonework in the reservoirs with a door or sluice at the right.
Quarter-plate. [No print]. Missing.
Quarter-plate. Between tanks numbers 3 and 4: No. 3 is just beyond the bridge: contents 21 011 gallons (i.e. one of the smaller tanks).
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [No print]. Missing. In the Arab Town, Aden.
210 x 160 mm. The caption continues: 'Up to 150 huge Arab dhows congregate at Zanzibar prior to their return to their homes in Arabia and the Persian Gulf with the south east monsoon.'
The autobiography of John Morley, written during the 1970s, 122 pages.
105 x 65 mm. Showing workers constructing a barrier.
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'.
Between Aden and Sheik Othman - an Italian Company. The [wind] mills are pumping water in to the pans.
350 x 250 mm.
The Signal Station and Coal Depot, Aden from a floating dock in the harbour. Note condensation works above the Coal Depot, 1908
Missing. Painting only.
276 x 213 mm. General view of the stonework tanks, with mountains in the background.
120 x 165 mm.
An undated watercolour, 7¾" x 4½", depicting a view from the sea. There are buildings and a flagstaff to the left and a tented camp to the right, with mountains in the background. 'Aden. [J]R' is written in the corner.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.