Found in 115 Collections and/or Records:
101 x 74 mm. Showing Bell and a group of men and women posing for their photographs beside a cannon on the ramparts of Fort James which defends the northern approaches to St. John's.
237 x 163 mm. Showing two holidaymakers standing on the sandy beach at Fort James.
237 x 178 mm. A view from the ramparts of Fort James showing the row of cannon which covers the harbour entrance.
[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.
210 x 179 mm. A view looking along the drive towards Government House, which is largely obscured by trees.
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.'.
285 x 203 mm. A view looking across the harbour to the town of St. John's from Rat Island. Overlooking the town are the twin towers of the Cathedral.
139 x 82 mm. Showing a group of unidentified officers gathered round a motor car during the mock attack on St. John's, Antigua.
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.
Inscription on a door at English Harbour [i.e. Saint Johns] dockyard done by H.M. King George V in 1883, 1914 - 1915
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.
187 x 126 mm. A view in the cathedral looking along the nave towards the pulpit and altar. The title is taken from the pencilled caption on the back of the print.
These letters cover the final period of Bell’s tenure as Governor of Northern Nigeria and his appointment as Governor of the Leeward Islands. They discuss Bell’s response to what he regarded as an unjust demotion by the Colonial Secretary, Lewis Harcourt, over the Nigerian mission question. Bell also describes his official duties, including visits to the islands within his jurisdiction, his health and private interests (58 sheets).
155 x 115 mm. Showing a group of Antiguan women weaving straw hats.
232 x 175 mm. Showing a group of masqueraders dressed for carnival, surrounded by a group of laughing Antiguan youths.
124 x 99 mm. A view of some cottages.
87 x 88 mm. Showing Bell's mounted escort lined up beneath a group of trees, probably in the driveway of Government House.