Bermuda Island (island)
Found in 60 Collections and/or Records:
Showing the woman shown in Y3070A/67 on a flight of steps.
50 x 146 mm. A full - length portrait of an unidentified young woman. The puzzling caption probably indicates that this is a woman met in Bermuda, and parted from on HMS 'Cornwall' returning to England.
A view looking across fields and woodland to the sea, with a house in the foreground. The reverse of the print is stamped with the photographers details: 'Photo - Frederick L. Hamilton, 315 8th Avenue, Pelham 65, New York' and has been given the negative number 'D-15'.
138 x 88 mm. Showing these three people seated on the deck of HMS 'Cornwall'. Captain Hall was the commanding officer of HMS 'Cornwall' and later, in the First World War, Director of Military Intelligence. Captain Dene was an army officer stationed in Bermuda with the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry.
86 x 138 mm. Showing Mrs Popham - Lobb seated on the deck of the HMS 'Cornwall', with Commander Macrorie beside her and two dogs. Commander Macrorie is only partially visible in the picture.
115 x 90 mm. Showing a group of small dinghies sailing in Hamilton Harbour.
195 x 241 mm. Showing the Queen, Prince Philip and Sir Alexander Hood leaving the Sessions House.
85 x 138 mm. A view taken in the same cabin as the previous plate and showing Lieutenant Commander Frederick Talbot - Ponsonby seated with the dog Phyllis on his lap and a woman's hat on his head.
135 x 84 mm. Showing a group seated on the lawn of Government House. The only figures identified are Lieutenant Commander Talbot - Ponsonby, standing at the right, and (possibly) Commander Green, seated in front of him.
137 x 79 mm. A similar view to Y3070A/63, but with no figures identifiable.
This lighthouse stands on a hill 245 feet above sea level and is itself 117 feet high. A caption on the face of the print reads: '4712-12. Framed by the white-washed roof and chimney of a typical Bermuda farmhouse is Gibb's Hill Lighthouse, highest point in Bermuda. From the observation platform, one commands a superb view of the entire western end of the colony. Bermuda News Bureau, 620 Fifth Avenue, N. Y. Columbus 5-3965. Hamilton, Bermuda, Cable 'Newsbur''.
245 x 193 mm. Showing the front façade of Government House. This, the second Government House, was first occupied in 1892.
102 x 78 mm. Showing two cruisers steaming into Hamilton Harbour. The headland visible behind the ships is the northernmost point of Ireland Island which lies to the north-west of Hamilton and contains a dockyard with access into Grassy Bay.
152 x 102 mm. Showing the two teams posing for a snapshot at half - time
140 x 88 mm. Coloured post card.
242 x 193 mm. A view looking over the town towards the harbour with small islands dotted here and there in the distance.
101 x 152 mm. Showing Commander Green driving off on the Bermuda golf course.
138 x 88 mm. Coloured postcard.
245 x 194 mm. A view from a hillside on Ireland Island looking across towards the dockyard and Grassy Bay, with the battleship 'Dominion' in dock near the bay.
83 x 138 mm. Showing the compiler of the album, Engineer Commander Donald P. Green sitting in a cabin on board HMS 'Cornwall' with a small dog on his lap (named Phyllis, refer to Y3070A/35).
The title and photographer has been handwritten on the reverse of the print. The initials A. R. P. S follow his name, perhaps the Association of the Royal Photographic Society.
H.R.H. in the state landau en route to address a special Joint Session of the Bermuda Parliament, 1959
The caption continues 'He is accompanied by the Governor, Sir John Wooddall, and Captain A.S. Rattray, A.D.C. to the Governor'.
104 x 83 mm. Showing Commander Green standing in a garden with Major and Mrs Trethery.
In order to preserve order in the island during the pageant the Socialists are impounded, 1908 - 1909
90 x 112 mm. Showing participants in the pageant with a banner reading, 'It's your money we want'.