Plymouth (unitary authority)
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Entrance to mess, RM Barracks, Plymouth 1891, 1891
208 x 157 mm. A group portrait showing Lieut Graham, Lieut Coke, Lieut Col Heseltine and Lieut Col Tyers standing in the entrance porch of the Royal Marines Barracks.
H.M.S. 'Royal Sovereign', 1880 - 1889
240 x 154 mm. Showing the twin funnelled battleship under way, probably in Plymouth harbour. The caption continues 'the largest fighting ship afloat. Flagship of the Channel Squadron. Vice Admiral Sir Henry Fairfax KCB. Commissioned at Portsmouth 30th May 1892'.
Plymouth Harb[our], 1919
66 x 44 mm.
Plymouth Hoe, 1919
67 x 45 mm. A view of a lighthouse, with buildings in the background.
Plymouth Hoe, Aug '19, 1919-08
70 x 45 mm. A view of the lighthouse on Plymouth Hoe.
Plymouth Pier, Aug 1919, 1919-08
65 x 45 mm.
R.M. Ball, Plymouth. Supper room, 5th Augt 1887, 1887-08-05
138 x 101 mm. A view looking along the rows of places laid out for dinner, with flags draped round the room over the tables.
RM Barracks, Plymouth 1889, 1889
235 x 197 mm. A group portrait portrait of Royal Marines Officers outside the Plymouth barracks. Identified beneath the print are (Christian names from 1889 'Navy List'): Sydney Tyers; Major Henry Y. Hext; Lieut. Edward F.K. Sorsbie; Lieut. Col Elliot; Lieut. John R. Garrett; Major Charles B.G. Dick; Capt. Henry C. Eagles; Capt. And Adj. James R. Johnstone; Lieut. Harold A. Buxton; Dr. Whicker.
Tennis lawns, R.M. Barracks, Plymouth 1888, 1888
243 x 160 mm. A group portrait of men and women dressed for tennis. Identified beneath the print are: Major Tyers, Mrs Tyers, Capt Eagles, Miss E. Cole, Miss Caird, Katie Walsh, Mrs Lambert, Mrs Johnstone, Mrs Quill, Philip Walsh, Lieut Couchman, Miss Cole, Ellice Walsh, Dr Whicker, Mrs Eagles, Capt Johnstone, Miss M. Clements, Miss Caird.
The Hoe, Plymouth, 1870 - 1929
203 x 138 mm.