Falkland Islands (island group)
Found in 155 Collections and/or Records:
A view of Carol and Margaret Clement playing croquet in the garden of Government House.
115 x 80 mm. A view of 'Charity' the horse with cattle in the background.
115 x 80 mm. A view of 'Mungo' the dog laying in the grass before 'Charity' the horse, with cattle in the background.
160 x 120 mm. There is a handwritten caption on the reverse of the print penned in ink by Arthur himself, which reads: 'Queen's Birthday. Coming onto Parade. The plank bridge in bottom left corner leads to the stables. Faith was trying to cross it hence the peculiar position of my left hand'. Exact location unknown.
110 x 85 mm. A view showing Stewart Slessor, Senior Medical Officer, sitting on an old jetty at Darwin, in the centre of East Falkland. There are numerous Shags on a raised wooden platform at the end of the jetty.
90 x 55 mm. A view of Arthur on horseback, leading a spare horse along a ridge.
All prints are 110 x 80 mm, unless otherwise stated.
110 x 85 mm. A group photograph. The caption written on the reverse in blue ink continues: 'L to R. Hugh Harding, Mrs Johnson, Eric Johnson'.
[View on deck].
This group contains slides relating to a visit to South America and the Falkland Islands. It comprises Marnham B: Brazil, Montevideo and Falkland Islands and Marnham C: Birds of the Falkland Islands.
115 x 80mm. A group standing in moorland ( Fitzroy is about 20 miles from Stanley). The handwritten caption on the reverse of the print continues by identifying the group: 'Jim Clement, Margaret [Clement], Carol [Clement], Pete [Clement], Stephen Beresford (HMS Bisbury Bay)'.
115 x 80 mm.
115 x 80 mm. A view of Smith and Stewart with the calf, two dogs and a horse.
A view of the Clement family playing croquet in the garden of Government House. James Turner Clement lived at Fitzroy.
A view of Government House from the east. The caption, written in blue ink, continues: '(note daffodils)'.
115 x 80 mm. A view of three horsemen and cattle.
115 x 80 mm.