Found in 78 Collections and/or Records:
Santorini volcanic eruption
370 x 215 mm. A newspaper article attached to the back of the photograph provides details of the event which began on 1 Feb. 1866.
S.S. Semiramis, Corinth Canal [i.e. Korínthou, Dhiórix], 3.2.20, 1920-02-03
45 x 70 mm. A view from the deck of the ship looking out along the Corinth Canal.
Strada Reale, Corfu, drawn from nature by Lieut. H. E. Allen, 1940 - 1970
Reproduction of a mid-nineteenth-century print.
Talks on the Eastern Mediterranean open in London, 1955-08-29
151 x 202 mm. Sitting behind the cards bearing the names of their respective countries are the heads of the delegations: British Foreign Secretary Mr. Harold Macmillan (left side of picture); Greek Foreign Minister, Mr. Stephan Stephanopoulos (wearing spectacles, at right of picture) and Turkish Minister of State and Foreign Affairs, Mr. Fatin Ruftu Zorlu (at front, back to camera).
Temple of Jupiter, 1920
80 x 115 mm.
Temple of Jupiter, 5.2.20, 1920-02-05
45 x 70 mm. A general view.
Temple of Jupiter, Athens, 5/2/20, 1920-02-05
85 x 140 mm. A view of the columns forming the Temple of Jupiter.
The Acropolis, 1920
125 x 80 mm.
The Acropolis, Athens, 5/2/20, 1920-02-05
135 x 85 mm.
The castle and town of Cerico and port of Cerico-Kaspali, 1940 - 1970
This is reproduced from No. 20 of Edward Lear, 'Views in the Seven Ionian Islands' (London, 1863).
The Cyprus Conference, 1959-02-19
152 x 202 mm. Archbishop Makarios waves as he leaves Lancaster House, London, after the Cyprus agreement had been signed.
The Cyprus Conference, 1959-02-17
151 x 202 mm. Archbishop Makarios is seen at the opening of the Cyprus conference at Lancaster House, London.
The Holy Land [i.e. Palestine], Egypt, Constantinople [i.e. Istanbul], Athens, etc. etc. 1865
Printed volume with text by W.M. Thomson illustrated with photographs taken by Francis Bedford. The photographs were taken whilst Bedford accompanied the Prince of Wales on his tour of the Middle East in 1862 and were published as an inexpensive alternative to Bedford (1863). The accompanying text in this volume is described as 'designedly of a popular character'.
The Ministers meet to Discuss Cyprus, 1955-08-29
152 x 202 mm. Left to right are: Mr. Fatin Ruftu Zorlu, Turkish Minister of State and Foreign Affairs; Mr. Harold Macmillan, British Foreign Secretary; and Mr. Stephan Stephanopoulos, the Greek Foreign Minister.
The Parthenon, 1920
125 x 80 mm.
The Parthenon, 5.2.20, 1920-02-05
70 x 40 mm.
The signing of the Cyprus Agreement, 1959-02-19
151 x 202 mm. The Greek Foreign Minister, Mr. Evangelos Averoff, is seen leaving Lancaster House after the signing in London of the Cyprus agreement.
The Turkish Delegation at the Cyprus Conference, 1959-02-17
151 x 202 mm. The Turkish Ambassador, Mr. Nuri Birgi sits at the centre with the Foreign Minister, Mr. Fatin Zorlu next to him at right.
The villages of Lefchimo, Corfu, 1940 - 1970
This is reproduced from No. 8 of Edward Lear, 'Views in the Seven Ionian Islands' (London, 1863).
[Theatre, Athens], 1927 - 1928
70 x 40 mm. Perhaps the Theatre of Bacchus.
Theatre of Bacchus, Athens, 3.2.20, 1920-02-03
70 x 40 mm. A view of the seats (from below), many of which have become overgrown.
Transcript of interview: Ian Whitting, 2023
The programme comprises transcripts of interviews with senior diplomats.
Travels in Europe, 1874-07-11 - 1875-01-23
Turkish Delegates at Cyprus Conference, 1964-01-15
197 x 153 mm. Mr. F. Erkin, Turkey’s Foreign Affairs Minister (left), and Mr. Zeki Kuneralp, Turkish Ambassador in London, seated at the conference table during the opening session of the Cyprus Conference in Marlborough House, London, on January 15.
Turkish Delegation at Cyprus Conference in London, 1964-01-15
187 x 152 mm. Mr. F. Erkin, Turkey’s Minister for Foreign Affairs (right), and Mr. Bayulken of the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, seated at the conference table during the opening session of the Cyprus Conference in Marlborough House, London, on January 15.