Saint John's (inhabited place)
Found in 83 Collections and/or Records:
Half-plate (landscape format). From front of the Roman Catholic Cathedral.
202 x 151 mm. A view looking along Water Street, with horses and carts and groups of pedestrians on the road. The tramlines on the cobbled street date the photograph to after 1900 when the first regular tram service came into operation.
202 x 151 mm. A view looking along Water Street with hansom cabs and pedestrians and the dome of the Post Office visible in the background (opened in 1886 and demolished in the 1950s).
We go to the Governor's reception. King's Birthday 1908. St John's [i.e. Saint John's] Newfoundland, 1908
122 x 94 mm. Showing officers in full dress uniform on the deck of HMS 'Cornwall' about to leave for shore. At the front of the group stands Engineer Commander D.P. Green and behind him Lieutenant F. W. Talbot-Ponsonby.
202 x 151 mm. Showing workers placing wooden trays piled with dried cod onto a weighing machine.
Quarter-plate. St. John's.
202 x 150 mm. A view looking out towards the St John’s Harbour mouth where a mail steamer is passing a large iceberg. In the foreground are small fishermen’s houses and fish drying racks.