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Photographs, c.1854-c.1959

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MS. Photogr. c. 536

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War Service, 1916-1944
  1. portrait photograph of Jones in uniform, 1916
  2. delegates at the Paris Peace Conference, including Jones, 1919
  3. Maurice Hankey, Sir Harold Howitt, Air Vice-Marshall Lywood and Jones visiting the radar station at Chigwell, Essex, 1944 (4 photographs)
Chatham House (Royal Institute of International Affairs), 1945-c.1954
  1. Jones at the opening of the Manchester Branch of Chatham House, 1945
  2. Lady Astor, Lord Cecil, Prince Philip, the Lord Mayor and Jones attending a banquet at the Guildhall, London, on the occasion of the Institute's 30th anniversary, 1949 (2 photographs)
  3. bust of Lionel Curtis?, undated
Commonwealth Shipping Committee, 1950-1951

Photographs and picture postcards relating to Jones' visit(s) to Hudson Bay, Port Churchill, Canada, including photographs of Jones with the Port Manager, Mr. Twolan (21 photographs)

Books, 1939-1959

Images used in Pioneer Shipowners: Volume 2 (published 1939):
  1. Sir Thomas Brocklebank (photograph of a painting)
  2. Ralph Brocklebank
  3. Sir Thomas Sutherland (photograph of a painting)
  4. Alfred Holt
  5. Sir James Mills (photograph of a painting)
Image used in John Bolton of Storrs, 1756-1837 (published 1959):
  1. John Bolton (photograph of a painting)
Personal, c.1890-c.1951
  1. Jones with his siblings Herbert, Vincent and Edith and two cousins?, c.1890s
  2. Queen Mary with Geraldine Jebb (and others) at Bedford College for Women, c.1939 (2 photographs)
  3. portrait photograph of Jones, c.1940s
  4. Jones' holiday in Montana, c.1951 (7 photographs)
Miscellaneous, c.1854-c.1868 and undated
  1. John Clint, Liverpool shipowner, c.1854-c.1868
  2. ship called the John Cropper (photograph of a painting), undated
  3. ship called the [ Bengal] (photograph of a painting), undated

Dates

  • c.1854-c.1959

Extent

51 items

Shelfmark

MS. Photogr. c. 536

Repository Details

Part of the Bodleian Libraries Repository

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Weston Library
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Oxford OX1 3BG United Kingdom