Found in 115 Collections and/or Records:
284 x 231 mm. A view from the arch of welcome looking along the High Street towards the landing stage, with crowds on each side of the road watching the carriage carrying the royal party. The print is stamped on the reverse: 'Photograph and Copyright by José Anjo, St. John's, Antigua, B.W.I.'.
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.
156 x 203 mm. A general view of the Bahamas Constitutional Conference which opened in London at the Colonial Office recently.
164 x 218 mm. The Bahamas Constitutional Conference opened at the Colonial Office in London recently. In this picture are, from left: Mr. G.A.D. Johnstone, Mr. G.K. Kelly, The Honourable S.L. Sands, Sir Roland Symonette, The Honourable D.E. d’Albenas, Mr. P.D. Graham and Mr. R.M. Solomon, all Members of the House of Assembly representing the United Bahamian Party.
152 x 206 mm. The Bahamas Constitutional Conference opened at the Colonial Office in London recently. In this picture are, from left: M. L.O. Pindling, Mr. P.L. Adderley, Mr. A.D. Hanna (all Members of the Legislative Council, representing the Progressive Liberal Party), and Mr. R.F. Fawkes, Member of the House of Assembly, Representing the Labour Party.
89 x 89 mm. A view looking across a field (? of sisal) towards jungle covered hills.
89 x 89 mm. Showing a European group gathered round a table laid out with tea beneath palm trees in the Belvidere Gardens.
76 x 105 mm. A view looking along Bendal's Stream which formed part of the Antiguan water supply.
A print with some fogging showing Bell's A.D.C. Benyon standing in uniform on the steps of Government House, St. John's. No further biographical details available.
153 x 207 mm. Some of the delegates to the British Caribbean Federation Conference seen at the opening session at Lancaster House, London. They are from left to right, Mr. N.W. Manley and Mr. E.L. Allen from Jamaica, Mr. V.C. Bird, of Antigua, and Mr. R.L. Bradshaw of St. Kitts.
Albums of black and white photographs from the tour of 1954 interleaved with typescript details of the itinerary and inserted press cuttings, postcards, maps and other items.
84 x 83 mm.
88 x 87 mm. Showing Bell and an unidentified figure (in white uniform and plumed hat) seated in a carriage on the driveway in front of Government House.
88 x 87 mm. Showing an unidentified couple seated in a two wheeled carriage outside Government House.
153 x 203 mm. Members of the Antiguan delegations to the Constitutional Conference in London seen at the opening session at Lancaster House.
232 x 174 mm. A view looking across the St. John's Legislative Council Chamber towards the coat of arms and the portraits of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra hanging on the far wall.
148 x 187 mm. A photograph of a half-length portrait (artist unknown) showing Daniel Parkes standing beside a globe holding a pair of dividers. After service in the army under Marlborough, Parkes (1669-1710) was appointed Governor of the Leewards in 1706. He was murdered by insurrectionists in Antigua on December 7 1710.
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.
153 x 202 mm. Colonel The Honourable Patrick R John, JP, the premier of Dominica, being greeted by Mr Evan Luard, The British Under Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, at Marlborough House in London, for the Dominica Constitutional Conference.
149 x 202 mm. Delegates attending the Dominica Constitutional Conference at Marlborough House in London with Colonel The Honourable Patrick R John, JP, (centre) the Premier of Dominica, and (on his left) Mr Evan Luard, the British Under Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs. The Honourable Miss M E Charles, leader of the Dominican opposition party, is seen third from right.
77 x 105 mm. Close up view of a wooden hut, with a man standing in front of the doorway.
103 x 78 mm. Showing small wooden hits in St John's.