Found in 111 Collections and/or Records:
75 x 100 mm. A peacock.
Pamphlets mainly relating to Germany, including pamphlet no. 30 by MAR, "Hitler's Thirteen Points, a Criticism". Also includes prints of treaties on wartime conventions, 1907-10.
“Political letters to Mr Garvin, the Times, Sir John Simon, in which MAR foretold the war of 1939-45”, 1925 - 1935
Collection includes a copy of Robertson's autobiography, ca. 1945; correspondence with his mother and wife, 1900-1946; papers relating to Robertson's Foreign Office career; speeches and articles; and papers relating to later aspects of Robertson's career.
75 x 100 mm. Two women at the Avenue of the Emperor.
106 x 82 mm. A view of the Orangerie.
Drafts, proofs and issues of the Westminster Gazette with articles by JWHM on subjects including: the trial of Vladimir Sukhomlinov [former Russian Minister of War] and the charge that General Nikolai Yanushkevich [Russian Chief of Staff] had lied about Russia mobilising against Germany in 1914; the revolution in Germany, Nov 1918; the German elections, 1920.
Printed text of an interview Hermann Goering [Commander-in-chief of the German Air Force] gave to G Ward Price in Berlin, 1936-11-19 - 1936-11-28
Interview from 19 November 1936 with covering letter to Hore-Belisha from 1st Lord Rothermere [earlier Harold Harmsworth] and Hore-Belisha's reply, 26 and 28 November.
100 x 80 mm.
56 x 88. Photograph of a German sailor.
Drafts of the reply by the Prime Minister [Neville Chamberlain] to Adolf Hitler's letters of 23 and 25 August with comments by Hore-Belisha and other Ministers and draft letters about this reply. Also includes a Command Paper publishing the correspondence of August 1939 between the German and United Kingdom Governments.
The album cover continues: 'Home leave 1954' and illustrates over 2800 miles by road through Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Germany and France.
Frome's original sketches of Kingston, Ontario, Canada, numbers 187, 189-91 and 196 were sold to the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen’s University, in 1975. Photographs of these sketches are stored at RCMS 40/3/15-19. Glass plates which had been made from several of Frome’s drawings of the Rideau Canal (missing when the collection arrived in Cambridge) have been reproduced on Cambridge Digital Library as Y3062T.
100 x 75 mm.
107 x 82 mm.
Frome created a series of sketchbooks of various formats during his travels. Numbers 1 (Canada) and 4-5 (Mauritius) were missing when the collection came to Cambridge. The RCS sold numbers 2-3 (Australia) to the Art Gallery of South Australia in 1970. Numbers 6-7 and 11 had never been presented to the society. The great majority of the contents of the seven sketchbooks listed below had been removed in London, leaving only a few rough pieces.
Notes, newspaper cuttings and illustrations on the history of spectacles. Bell collected spectacles, including Joseph Chamberlain’s eyeglass, which was presented to him by Chamberlain’s widow after his death.