Bermuda Island (island)
Found in 60 Collections and/or Records:
83 x 139 mm. Showing Commander Green driving off on the Bermuda golf links. The figure standing behind him is probably Captain Nicholson, the Governor's ADC.
241 x 194 mm. Showing the Queen and Prince Philip leaving Government House in a horse drawn landau.
241 x 194 mm. Showing the Queen and Prince Philip waving as they leave the Sessions House in a horse drawn landau.
138 x 88 mm. Showing Mrs Popham - Lobb and Lieutenant Commander Talbot - Posonby on the deck of HMS 'Cornwall'.
85 x 140 mm. Showing Mrs Popham-Lobb, wife of the Bermuda Colonial Secretary, seated in a cabin on board HMS 'Cornwall' with the small black dog Phyllis on her lap.
118 x 92 mm. Showing two boats filled with naval cadets in a bay in Bermuda. Lieutenant Frederick Talbot-Ponsonby is crouched in the prow of the left-hand boat.
Handwritten on the reverse is the reference: 'see Bermudian Dec. 51, p23' (December 1951). The print is also stamped with the photographers details: 'Photo - Frederick L. Hamilton, 315 8th Avenue, Pelham 65, New York' and has been given the negative number 'D-10'.
241 x 194 mm. A photograph taken inside the Assembly House where various dignitaries and officials are gathered. The Queen and Prince Philip are seated at the head of the room with the Governor, Lieut-General Sir Alexander Hood, while two bewigged officials hand the address to the Queen.
116 x 74 mm. A view showing Commander Green, another man and two women standing at the entrance to a house. The other man is probably F. G. Gosling, Clerk to the Executive Council and Assistant Colonial Secretary. The two women are presumably his wife and daughter.
112 x 90 mm. Showing a group of spectators at the hockey match. At the back of the group stands the Governor, Lieutenant General Sir William Kitchener, with his ADC, Captain OHL Nicholson sitting on the ground in front of him.
130 x 77 mm. A view looking out over the harbour and showing the twin-funnelled 'Bermudian' in the distance.
136 x 82 mm. Showing Commander Green, Captain Nicholson and one unidentified figure standing on the green.
138 x 88 mm. A group photograph of the luncheon guests on the deck of HMS 'Cornwall', with Captain Hall standing next to Mrs Popham - Lobb and Captain Dene sitting on the deck. The figure to the other side of Mrs Popham - Lobb is possibly Commander Green. Other figures unidentified.
133 x 81 mm. Showing the cathedral in Hamilton, the building of which was started in 1866 and finally completed in 1911. The cathedral stands on the site of the former Trinity Church which was totally destroyed by fire in 1884.
83 x 139 mm. Showing Colonel F. H. Chapman standing in front of the wall of a house. He was at that time 'the senior military officer for the time being' (Colonial Office List, 1909).
89 x 111 mm. Showing the army hockey team lined up and dressed in women's clothes before the match (refer to Y3070A/36).
The Duke reviewing the Bermuda Cadet Corps Pipe Band during a display in Prospect Park by 3,000 school children, 1959
The caption continues 'His visit coincided with Bermuda's celebrations of 350 years as a British colony.'
The Duke saying goodbye to Sir John Woodall at Bermuda Air Terminal shortly before he boarded the plane for England, 1959
The caption continues 'Also seen are Lady Woodall (right) and in the background, members of the Royal Commonwealth Society, led by Sir Stanley Spurling (left)'.
90 x 112 mm. Showing the Governor, Lieutenant - General Sir Walter Kitchener (cf Y3070A/65) and an unidentified cleric taking photographs of the hockey teams.
78 x 101 mm. Showing a naval cadet edging along the greasy pole.
73 x 101 mm. A similar photograph to Y3070A/37.
90 x 113 mm. Showing part of the Admirality House Lawns with a group of naval cadets in the background.
112 x 90 mm. Showing the hockey match in progress.