Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Prominent subjects include Bell’s social life, interests, personal affairs and travel; spiritualism; comments upon the deteriorating international situation; and letters to the press on the Italian invasion of Abyssinia, witchcraft, the Spanish Civil War, traffic congestion in London, and Dominica’s Caribs (circa 95 sheets).
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).
Letters in German from Austrian Consuls-General at Cairo and their agents at Khartoum dealing with events in Southern Sudan, including the work of the Vicariate of Central Africa, consular returns from Khartoum and provisional instructions for the Consulate at Khartoum, c. 170 pages. The letters were transcribed from originals in the Östereichisches Staatsarchiv in Vienna by Richard Gray for his 'A history of Southern Sudan' (1961).
94 x 148 mm. Showing a model of a locomotive boiler resting on a wooden stand.
144 x 89 mm. A photograph of an engraving of a locomotive named 'Stuart Mill' shown at the Vienna Exhibition.
Subjects include: ports and waterways; financial clauses; responsibilities and penalties; frontiers; prisoners of war; reparations; the preamble; covering letters; economic clauses; nationality; air clauses; minutes.
The album cover continues: 'Home leave 1954' and illustrates over 2800 miles by road through Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Germany and France.
An album containing albumen prints of various sizes. The album shows views in Durban, Pietermaritzburg and a few from Mozambique. The majority of the images are briefly captioned; captions composed for untitled prints are enclosed in square brackets.