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Great Britain. Army


Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:

Captain Tristram Charles Speedy, Circa 1885

 Archival Record — Frame: 2
Identifier: 2
Overview Albumen print (10 x 16 cm.), depicting Captain Speedy reclining in a studio setting, sporting his Abyssinian costume and holding a spear. Signed on the reverse, ‘Yours very truly, T. C. S. Speedy as “Basha Fellaka”.

Four military officers

 Item — Album: 19, Page: 51
Identifier: 19-51
Overview 1 uncaptioned photograph of four European military officers in a tented camp.

G.R. King,, 1931-1932

 Record Group — Group: 49, Album: 4
Identifier: 49-4
Overview Posed photographs of Capt. G.R. King and his cohorts, an overland trip during the rainy season, and unposed photographs of African civilians and soldiers.

Khartoum, 1884

 Archival Record — Envelope: 39
Identifier: 39
Overview Signed cabinet photograph of General Charles George Gordon.

Photographs from Abyssinia : taken during the progress of the expedition for the release of the prisoners, 1867-8, by the photographers of the 10th Compy. Royal Engineers, 1867-1868

 Record Group — Album: 3
Identifier: 3
Overview Album of 80 original photographs "taken during the Progress of the Expedition to Abyssinia for the Release of the Prisoners, by the photographers of the 10th Company, Royal Engineers", 1867-8.

Portraits of African people, landscapes, and buildings, 1920s and 1930s

 Record Group — Group: 49, Album: 3
Identifier: 49-3
Overview Posed portrait photographs of African people, probably Karamojong and some Didinga, landscapes, and buildings.

Sudan & Uganda, 1920s and 1930s

 Record Group — Carton: 49
Identifier: 49
Overview These photograph albums provide an excellent record of native life in the 1920s and 1930s, and include some remarkably poignant portraits. Although many of the images are small in dimension, they are extremely fine in quality.