Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
Another view of the artillery gun featured in Y302L/150.
80 x 125 mm. The caption is written in French as: 'Une Fille de la Semois et sa pipe'.
60 x 60 mm. View of boats in the harbour.
130 x 80 mm. Showing a woman stood before the giraffe enclosure.
54 x 50 mm. Three people standing in front of two buildings, possibly in Belgium.
80 x 125 mm. Three women, Layd Tymms (Millie), Madame Verhagen and another, on a bridge. The road they are on leads into a tunnel above which is a fort or castle.
80 x 125 mm. A woman and boy posing beside the road on a bridge. The road they are on leads into a tunnel above which is a fort or castle.
130 x 80 mm. A view taken from the canal, of a bridge, and another visible through its arch and beyond.
A group of stereoscopic halves each measuring approximately 72 x 72 mm, showing general views of the architecture in the British Isles, Belgium and Paris.
70 x 50 mm. A view of a partially destroyed building.
130 x 80 mm. View looking up a canal. There is a bridge in the distance.
80 x 105 mm. View of buildings along the canal.
80 x 130 mm. View of a bridge over a canal.
Photographs from the Cape Flight, 1920; Belgium, France, Zurich, Surrey and Wales, 1920; R36, 1921; Jersey, 1921; Scotland, 1922; Amsterdam and Berlin, 1923; the King's Cup, 1923; Gothenburg, 1923; and Spitsbergen, 1924. Photographs 1-3, 65, 72, 82, 149 and 241 are housed in separate clear plastic sleeves.
96 x 142 mm. Cabinet print of an unidentified church façade, captioned on the reverse:'Visited by Katie and self on the 22nd Sept 1875, S.T.' (Sydney Tyers).
130 x 80 mm. A view of the church and surrounding houses from a high aspect (perhaps a hill).
68 x 48 mm. Two men walking along a road.
Prominent subjects include Bell’s social life, interests, personal affairs and travel; the composition of ‘Glimpses of a Governor’s Life’; comments upon the abdication of Edward VIII, the coronation of George VI, the Italian invasion of Abyssinia and the Spanish Civil War; and letters to the press on the training of colonial officers, witchcraft, and cruelty to animals in film (circa 60 sheets).
A diary of time spent in France (1927), Belgium (1928), Germany (1929), Holland (1930), Scotland (1930-1931), France (1931), Northumberland (1932), Malvern (1932) and Stratford-upon-Avon (1933).
131 x 82 mm. A postcard depicting the abbey and the surrounding land.
The scrapbooks contain letters, press cuttings, sketch maps, printed army documents, including regulations and training instructions, tables of army rations, rough handwritten notes, movement orders, leave passes, sports papers and demobilisation papers. There are also photographs, many of which were taken during Clarke's regular tours of inspection among the frontline troops while he was at Bethune, and which include scenes from the trenches.
69 x 50 mm.