Falkland Islands (dependent state)
Found in 292 Collections and/or Records:
115 x 80 mm. A view of five men mounted on horseback, with a spare horse. Arthur is in the centre. On the reverse of the print, written in pencil, the group are identified numerically as : '6, 2, Arthur, 4, 3, 1'. Number 1 (far right) is George Stewart. The others are not known.
115 x 80 mm. A view of a group of six men, George Stewart on the far left, with their dogs.
160 x 110 mm. The group are identified on the reverse of the print in numerical form only, written in pencil: '1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6'. George Stewart is on the far left (number 1). No other names are known.
147 x 110 mm. Caption on the reverse identifies most of the figures. 'Back row: Ted Mathews, Mathews pére, Pedro Montes, ? Arthur Waldron; third row: ?, Percy Hobbs, TP Jones, Harry Reynard; second row: Alec Morrison, Tom Saunders, Alex Morrison, Will Saunders; front row: ? Markham Dean, - Goddard, Eric Waldron. 'One of the ? At the back was a Mr Proger'.
160 x 120 mm. The caption on the reverse of the print, probably written by Arthur himself, in red ink, continues: 'O. R. A on Faith. O'Sullivan on Tomato. (Behind) Hoare on Marquita. Facing Royal Standard'.
135 x 85 mm.
75 x 100 mm. Showing Jim Robertson?
115 x 70 mm.
117 x 65 mm.
43 x 63 mm.
135 x 85 mm.
200 x 150 mm. 'The chasm leads to the sea. Hunziker is said to have jumped it on horseback while chasing cattle.' Johann Friedrich Hunziker (1836 - 1907) was flock master and first farm manager at Port Stephens.
In lasting memory, after many days and much suffering by land and sea, this gun was laid here by HMS Durban, Nov. 1932, 1932
132 x 86 mm. The memorial continues, 'Sparrow Cove has been much improved since the gun has been removed. Now it rests on Sapper Hill where it is just as useless still.'
160 x 150 mm print showing Frederick Edward Cobb (1845 - 1934) Falkland Islands Company managing director.
160 x 150 mm duplicate of RCMS 277/1/24 showing Frederick Edward Cobb (1845 - 1934) Falkland Islands Company managing director.
100 x 75 mm.
85 x 110 mm portrait of the merchant and colonist John Markham Dean (1815-1903) and Charlotte Dean (née Millyard). The couple married in 1834.
[In a boat].
A signed copy presented by the author, then Director of the Commonwealth Institute, to Donald Bowen.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.