Bermuda Island (island)
Found in 60 Collections and/or Records:
124 x 97 mm. Showing the hockey match in progress with spectators in the background.
90 x 113 mm. Showing a row of naval cadets watching the hockey match with a banner which reads 'The pen is mightier than the sword. But neither cuts like a woman's tongue'.
152 x 101 mm. Showing the Regiment's team, a similar photograph to Y3070A/44 and with a banner reading 'We women rule the roost'.
152 x 102 mm. Showing the ship's hockey team, dressed as women, one man holding a banner reading 'votes for women'.
113 x 90 mm. Showing the two lieutenants, dressed as women, on their way to the hockey match.
103 x 78 mm. Showing a tug of war in progress between teams from HMS 'Cornwall' and the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry ('they win 2 to 0').
90 x 113 mm. Showing two men dressed as women arriving at the carnival, one carrying a banner which reads 'Church and State and good old Popery forever'.
A view looking across Warwick from a hill. 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 'A-3'.
106 x 74 mm. Showing Lieutenant E. W. Roberts and the three figures seen in Y3070A/58; a photograph taken a few moments later.
107 x 76 mm. Showing the Gosling daughter (presumably), sitting in a pony trap.