Found in 115 Collections and/or Records:
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.
88 x 87 mm. Showing Bell and his relative Nell (exact status unidentified) seated in a carriage outside Government House, St. John's, Antigua.
237 x 178 mm. A view from a hillside above the harbour looking down on to the small inlet.
76 x 103 mm. Full length portrait of an aged Antiguan woman seated in front of wooden huts. Photograph by Jose Anjo.
153 x 203 mm. Mr Robert Hall (left), Leader of the Opposition, is met by Mr Nicholas Ridley, Minister of State at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, before the opening session of the Antigua Constitutional Conference at Lancaster House in London.
A collection of loose photographs with handwritten captions on the backs of the prints.
152 x 203 mm Mr Vere Bird, Prime Minister of Antigua, signing the record of the Antigua Constitutional Conference at Lancaster House in London. The twelve day conference was convened to discuss the terms of the islands’ independence.
125 x 86 mm. Showing Bell, Princess Marie Louise and two other figures seated in a carriage standing in the driveway of Government House.
125 x 85 mm. Showing Princess Marie Louise walking between the two ranks of the Guard of Honour shortly after her arrival in Antigua.
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.
126 x 99 mm. Showing a row of tumbledown wooden cottages of the sort which Bell wished to replace with model villages.
87 x 87 mm. Showing Bell standing in uniform on the steps of Government House, St. John's.
Diaries, notebooks, letters, scrapbooks and publications. Titles and captions, including the names of institutions, have been recorded as found and may include language which is offensive, inaccurate or inappropriate. They have been retained to reflect the context of the collection's creation.
229 x 291 mm (overall), 133 x 196 mm (image). Halftone print. Studio name printed as part of image, print inscribed by hand in ink, au recto, below image. Photograph shows rooftops and a road looking towards the coast; ships, the sea, and land are visible in the background.
292 x 228 mm. A view from the hill behind the town looking out over St. John's towards the harbour. In the harbour at the right can be seen Rat Island, connected to the mainland by a narrow causeway and at this period housing a signal station and an asylum for people affected by leprosy. In the foreground of the photograph stands a lighthouse, with a water reservoir beyond and the twin towers of the Cathedral visible on the skyline.
Statement of case by W. G. Adams of Lincoln’s Inn on customs fees at Antigua, 29 June 1829, 1929-06-29
Loose papers and one newspaper from Patrick and his son James Colquhoun's correspondence files. RCMS 263/1-9 have a cover headed 'Nevis 1820' and RCMS 263/11-31 are in a similar cover '1832 West Indies'. Each has a note of contents, but these do not tally exactly with the items now present.
[Street decorations in St. John's Antigua, in honour of the visit of Princess Marie Louise], 1913-03
245 x 197 mm. A view looking along High Street, St. John's, with crowds lining the roadway and a large decorated arch of welcome in the foreground. Bell's description of the Princess' visit, and his assessment of her character, can be found in a letter in which he mentions the success of the decorations: 'The decorations etc were really extraordinarily good and the local photographer [Jose Anjo] has taken a lot of excellent pictures of them.' (Bell 1913, April 6).
246 x 197 mm. A view from the landing stage looking along the High Street towards the arch of welcome with crowds lining the street and looking down from the verandah of the Public Library in the right foreground. In the middleground a mounted guard is stationed on either side of the street, while a carriage, presumably containing the princess' party drives towards the arch of welcome.
225 x 149 mm. A view showing a field of sugar cane with workers in the foreground and factory buildings and a windmill beyond. The title is taken from the pencilled caption on the back of the print.