Leeward Islands (island group)
Found in 149 Collections and/or Records:
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.
150 x 200 mm. Photo shows: Sir Alexander Williams, Governor of the Leeward Islands (second left), Sir Colville Deverell, Governor of the Windward Islands and Mr. Alan Lennox Boyd, Secretary of State for the Colonies.
150 x 204 mm. Photo shows: Mr Alan Lennox-Boyd, the Secretary of State for the Colonies with Sir Grantley- Adams, the Prime Minister of the West Indies Federation.
154 x 203 mm. Seen at the opening session of the Constitutional Conference which opened in Lancaster House are delegates from the Federal Government of the West Indies. From right to left are: Sir Grantley Adams, C.M.G., Q.C., Prime Minister of the West Indies Federation; Mr. G.D.G. La Corbiniere, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Trade and Industries, and Mr. R.L. Bradshaw, Federal Minister of Finance.
154 x 204 mm. The Secretary of state for the Colonies, Mr. Alan Lennox-Boyd, (second from right) presides at the opening session of the Leeward and Windward Constitutional Conference. On the Colonial Secretary’s right is Mr. Julian Amery, M.P., Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Colonial Office, with left to right, Mr. W.E. Jacobs, Attorney General, Leeward Islands; Sir Alexander Williams, Governor of the Windward Islands.
155 x 202 mm. In this picture the Prime Minister of the West Indies Federation, Sir Grantley Adams (standing left centre) is seen addressing the delegates from the Leeward and Windward Islands and from the Federal Government of the West Indies at the opening session of the conference.
Contains slides covering most of the major islands of the group, both associated states and dependent territories. One relates to Marnham's official duties, the launch given to St Kitts in 1972.
A scrapbook album containing prints of various sizes by various photographers. The majority of the prints are captioned in Bell's hand. They relate to his period as Governor of the Leeward Islands, which ended in 1915; visits to England and South Africa; and, from plate 33 onwards, his Governorship of Mauritius, to which he was appointed in 1915.