Roseau (inhabited place)
Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:
103 x 76 mm. Showing the arch erected by the Dominica Agricultural Society to welcome Bell on his return to the island on February 5 1903.
102 x 72 mm. Showing the landing pier at Roseau, decked out in welcome for Bell's visit to Dominica, his first since his period as Administrator of the island from 1899-1905.
102 x 73 mm. Showing crowds on the beach beside the landing pier, awaiting Bell's arrival in Dominica.
129 x 78 mm. A view looking past the flag-draped jetty towards the liner in which Bell arrived in Roseau for his 1912 visit. A copy of this print, extracted from an unidentified newspaper is also pasted into Bell's scrapbook, and the photograph the attributed to G.E. Pinard.
102x73mm. A blurred and indistinct view conveying almost nothing of the Bath Estate.
99 x 65 mm. Showing Bell being rowed ashore at Roseau, with crowds lining the waterfront in the background.
77x101mm. General view looking across planted land towards a hillside.
211 x 127 mm. A view looking along the sloping, partially cobbled street with wooden huts on either side. The title is taken from the pencilled caption on the back of the print.
102x76mm. General view of the Court House, a plain two storey range with projecting wings, rusticated quoins and a tiled roof.
167 x 117 mm. Showing street decorations on the roadway between the landing stage and Government House. A banner stretched across the road reads 'A hearty welcome to our Administrator'.
102x76mm. Showing an unidentified European standing beside an artillery piece on the ramparts of Fort Young.
83 x 81 mm. Showing an unidentified figure, possibly Leslie Jarvis, asleep in a chair in Government House garden: servants quarters and outhouses in background.
232 x 173mm. A view looking along the drive towards Government House, an attractive unpretentious stone building shaded by fig trees.
83 x 82 mm. A general view of the lawn and garden.
238 x 176 mm. A view looking along the wooden jetty towards the low stone buildings which line the waterfront.
101x77mm. Portrait of two men, the one wearing a tam o'shanter presumably being Maclntyre, standing outside a timber-framed bungalow.
100x76mm. View looking towards the verandah and louvred doors of Maclntyre's bungalow.
101x76mm. An indistinct view looking across a yard towards a white timber house.
76 x 101 mm. View looking along the cobbled street.
76x102mm. Showing a palm and other plants growing in a bed beside a path in the Botanical Gardens.
459 x 183 mm (two prints). A panorama of Roseau composed of two prints, taken from the hills behind the town looking seawards. Between the town and the hills in the foreground can be seen the Botanical Station and Gardens.
'Perspective view of Roseau in the Island of Dominca in the West Indies', an undated print engraved for C.T. Middleton's 'A new and complete system of geography' (2 vols, London, 1778-1779).
159 x 102 mm. A view looking along a path in the gardens, with iron fountains at intervals along its length.