Found in 297 Collections and/or Records:
125 x 140 mm. A note on the opposite page reads: " The photo opposite with the two soldiers, was taken on Ras Bushit (14850 feet) looking down across Ras Desciano at about 15200 feet.
130 x 90 mm. A welcoming group of villagers. Some wear elaborate robes and carry filigree crosses, others have musical instruments, including drums.
125 x 90 mm. A welcoming group of villagers. Some wear elaborate robes and carry filigree crosses, others have musical instruments, including drums.
165 x 120 mm. Showing cattle grazing beneath tall trees.
125 x 100 mm. A general view of the village.
125 x 100 mm. Showing an automobile parked outside a building. There are people in uniform apparently welcoming the occupants.
115 x 80 mm. View looking down at Debre Sina from a height.
130 x 110 mm. A view of the many buildings in Dese.
Prominent subjects include Bell’s social life, interests, personal affairs and travel; spiritualism; and letters to the press on the League of Nations, disarmament, the Italian invasion of Abyssinia, and the administration of justice in Africa (circa 80 sheets).
A view of the church, on whose steps all the carpets from the interior have been laid out.
95 x 120 mm. Showing the entrance to the church which is carved out of living rock
65 x 65 mm. Showing an elderly person leaning on their walking stick.
90 x 85 mm. Statue of a man on horseback.
90 x 120 mm. A view of a building carved out of living rock. The caption continues: 'Externally 33,50 x 23.50 metres.'
130 x 90 mm. Showing a road with a few buildings either side. There is a bus and an automobile parked here.
130 x 120 mm. General view.
Archives relating to Lanning's work in Kenya and Sierra Leone, and as a colonial administrator in Uganda.
Correspondence, arranged by subject, relating to Fergus Wilson's work for the F.A.O., with a few related papers.
Photographs of local scenery, buildings and the native people taken during a trip by Col. and Mrs Hebbert, with a map of their journey at the start of the album. The captions are taken from either the reverse of the image, or that which is written on the album page beside the image.
Numbered and labelled slides from the Hebberts' trip to Ethiopia.
120 x 95 mm. General view.
Published and unpublished works on African history written by Gray, accompanied by research notes from archives and secondary sources.
135 x 125 mm. Showing a camp in the valley, surrounded by hills and mountains.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.