Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
193 x 244 mm. Showing the Antiguan Cricket team posed with Bell around the Challenge Cup presented by him in April 1913. On the other side of the shield sits Lieutenant Colonel Wilfred Bennett Davidson-Houston (1870-1960), Commissioner of Montserrat.
124 x 99 mm. Showing Bell and Princess Marie Louise on the verandah of Government House having just stepped down from the carriage standing in the foreground. The print is stamped on the reverse: 'Photograph and Copyright by José Anjo, St. John's, Antigua, B.W.I.'.
119 x 99 mm. A view showing the group (including Bell and the Princess) standing on the verandah and carriage pulling away from the house. The print is stamped on the reverse: 'Photograph and Copyright by José Anjo, St. John's, Antigua, B.W.I.'.
290 x 230 mm. Showing an unidentified figure reading an address of welcome to Princess Marie Louise on her arrival in Antigua. On the left stands a group of Antiguan and European members of the welcoming committee, faced on the right by members of the Princess' entourage. Bell stands in the centre of the group beneath the flag draped marquee erected near the landing stage in the Princess' honour.
124 x 98 mm. Showing Bell and Princess Marie Louise talking to one another beneath the decorated marquee erected on the St. John's landing stage.
124 x 100 mm. Showing Bell walking past the Guard of Honour on his way to meet Princess Marie Louise on the landing stage at St. John's.
126 x 99 mm. Showing Bell, accompanied by Inspector Ruane (Commander of Police), inspecting a guard of honour at the quayside of St John's. The figures standing in the background appear to be, from left to right: (Sir) Thomas Alexander Vans Best (1870-1941), Colonial Secretary; Benyon, Bell's A.D.C.; and Thomas Stafford Sidney (1863-1917), Attorney General.
[Governor's arrival at meeting of General Legislative Council of the Leeward Islands, March 17 1914], 1914-03
247 x 197 mm. Showing Bell and his A.D.C. Benyon seated in a carriage on the way to the opening of the Legislative Council, with an armed mounted escort.
291 x 229 mm. A group photograph of Princess Marie Louise's party and Bell taken on the steps of Government House. The print is stamped on the reverse: 'Photograph and Copyright by José Anjo, St. John's, Antigua, B.W.I.'.
102 x 73 mm. Showing Bell (in uniform) and Lady Edeline Strickland (1870-1918) standing outside the Council Chambers in St. Johns Antigua for the opening of the Federal Council on March 22 1903. Lady Strickland was the eldest daughter of the 7th Earl de la Warr and wife of Gerald Strickland, Governor of the Leeward Islands 1902-04.
125 x 98 mm. Showing Bell standing in front of a Guard of Honour of the Antigua Volunteers commanded by Major Ledeatt, on his return from leave.
248 x 198 mm. Showing Bell and his A.D.C. Benyon seated in a carriage on the way to the opening of the Legislative Council, with an armed mounted escort.
125 x 86 mm. Showing Bell, Princess Marie Louise and two other figures seated in a carriage standing in the driveway of Government House.
126 x 98 mm. Showing Bell stepping from a steam launch on to the jetty at St. John's.
126 x 100 mm. Showing Bell and Major Ledeath on horseback, with members of the Antigua Volunteer Defence Force in the background. This special parade took place on 7 October 1914.
125 x 79 mm. Showing Bell, Major Ledeatt and men of the Antigua Volunteer Defence Force, raising their hats to cheer the King at the special parade held on 7 October 1914.
87 x 87 mm. Showing Bell standing in uniform on the steps of Government House, St. John's.
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