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Person: PARKER, Major G.H., F.R.G.S., M.C.  (1883- after 1957)

Slides (arranged in sets) in whose production this person had a role

The fascination and fame of the Gold Coast (lecture: privately made, 70-77 slides, in/before 1930)

  photographer: Slide 1, Map of the Gold Coast

  photographer: Slide 1a, Map of the Gold Coast

  photographer: Slide 2, Elmina

  photographer: Slide 3, Cape Coast

  photographer: Slide 3a, Christiansborg Castle

  photographer: Slide 4, 'Bush' Country

  photographer: Slide 5, River Prah

  photographer: Slide 6, A Native Bridge

  photographer: Slide 7, Cattle in Northern Territories

  photographer: Slide 8, Population Map

  photographer: Slide 9, Christiansborg

  photographer: Slide 10, Commendah

  photographer: Slide 11, Lagoon Fishing

  photographer: Slide 11a, Another Method of Fishing

  photographer: Slide 12, Fishing Village

  photographer: Slide 13, Drying Fish

  photographer: Slide 14, Curing Fish

  photographer: Slide 15, Girl Carriers

  photographer: Slide 16, Bush Path

  photographer: Slide 17, Native Village

  photographer: Slide 18, Making a Dug-out

  photographer: Slide 19, Shaping the Dug-out

  photographer: Slide 20, Dug-out

  photographer: Slide 21, Dug-outs

  photographer: Slide 22, Fruit Carriers

  photographer: Slide 23, Hammock

  photographer: Slide 24, Market -- Old Coomassie

  photographer: Slide 25, Native Children

  photographer: Slide 26, Corn Grinding

  photographer: Slide 27, Preparing Food

  photographer: Slide 28, Bead Polishing

  photographer: Slide 29, Chief of Yendi

  photographer: Slide 30, Map of Kola and Oil Palm Districts

  photographer: Slide 31, Carrying Kola

  photographer: Slide 32, Oil Palm Country

  photographer: Slide 33, Oil Palm Village

  photographer: Slide 34, Somanyah

  photographer: Slide 35, Palm Oil Barrels

  photographer: Slide 36, Map -- Cocoa Area

  photographer: Slide 37, Clearing for Cocoa

  photographer: Slide 38, Pakro

  photographer: Slide 39, Diagram of Cocoa Plantation

  photographer: Slide 40, Cocoa Plantation

  photographer: Slide 41, Cocoa Tree

  photographer: Slide 42, Drying Cocoa

  photographer: Slide 43, Cocoa at Accra Station

  photographer: Slide 44, Accra Beach

  photographer: Slide 45, Gold Mining

  photographer: Slide 46, Map

  photographer: Slide 47, Manganese

  photographer: Slide 47a, Manganese

  photographer: Slide 47b, Manganese

  photographer: Slide 47c, Manganese

  photographer: Slide 47d, Manganese

  photographer: Slide 48, Nsawam Station

  photographer: Slide 49, Coomassie Station

  photographer: Slide 50, Loco Sheds, Coomassie

  photographer: Slide 51, Map of Coomassie

  photographer: Slide 52, Coomassie

  photographer: Slide 53, Coomassie Fort

  photographer: Slide 54, Post Office, Coomassie

  photographer: Slide 55, Making a Road

  photographer: Slide 56, Motor Lorry

  photographer: Slide 57, Volta Ferry

  photographer: Slide 58, Village and Motor

  photographer: Slide 59, Accra, Panorama

  photographer: Slide 60, Accra Harbour

  photographer: Slide 61, Surf Boats

  photographer: Slide 62, Accra Beach

  photographer: Slide 63, Seccondee

  photographer: Slide 64, Takoradi Harbour

  photographer: Slide 65, Quarry

  photographer: Slide 66, Making Breakwater

  photographer: Slide 67, Making Breakwater

  photographer: Slide 68, Stool Palaver, Coomassie

  photographer: Slide 69, The Training Institution

  photographer: Slide 70, Native Soldiers

From Baghdad to Palestine (lecture: privately made, 96-109 slides, 1920s)

  photographer: unnumbered slide [0], [Map of route from Baghdad to Palestine]

  photographer: Slide 1, The River Tigris at Bagdad showing Maude Bridge

  photographer: Slide 1a, Baghdad

  photographer: Slide 1b, Baghdad

  photographer: Slide 2, The Mail Car leaving G.P.O., Bagdad, en route for Haifa, Palestine

  photographer: Slide 3, First halt in desert. Ahmed, ex-Shah of Persia and retinue

  photographer: Slide 4, On the desert trail. Note Armoured Car Escort for ex-Shah

  photographer: Slide 5, On the desert trail

  photographer: Slide 6, On the desert trail

  photographer: Slide 7, On the desert trail

  photographer: Slide 8, Pioneers of Trans-Desert Route. Jerry, one of the two brothers Nairn (two hands in pockets)

  photographer: Slide 9, Damascus. French Troops en fete for the Shah

  photographer: Slide 10, Damascus. Algerian Rifles

  photographer: Slide 10a, Rutbah Wells Fort and Khan

  photographer: Slide 10b, Overland Bus

  photographer: Slide 11, Country between Beyrout and Haifa (quite near Tyre and Sidon)

  photographer: Slide 12, En route between Beyrout and Haifa. The normal country transport

  photographer: Slide 12a, Load of Cotton

  photographer: Slide 13, An Aqueduct near Acre

  photographer: Slide 14, Haifa

  photographer: Slide 15, Mount Carmel

  photographer: Slide 16, Sea from Top of Mount Carmel

  photographer: Slide 17, The Valley of Rephaim, quite near Jerusalem

  photographer: Slide 18, Looking down to the Pool of Siloam from the 'Dung Gate' of the City of Jerusalem

  photographer: Slide 19, Lower slopes of Mount Olivet (Gethsemane in centre foreground)

  photographer: Slide 20, Lower slopes of Mount Olivet

  photographer: Slide 20a, The Mount of Olives, Jerusalem

  photographer: Slide 21, The City Wall outside 'the Dung Gate'

  photographer: Slide 22, The Golden Gate from the inside of the Temple Area

  photographer: Slide 23, Gathering Olives in the Valley of Hinnom

  photographer: Slide 24, Jerusalem, General View

  photographer: Slide 24a, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Jerusalem

  photographer: Slide 24b, Hill of Skull

  photographer: Slide 24c, Garden Tomb

  photographer: Slide 25, The present day Pool of Siloam. Native women drawing water

  photographer: Slide 26, Jerusalem from half-way up Mount Olives

  photographer: Slide 27, Mosque of Omar, on Mount Moriah

  photographer: Slide 28, Steep ascent to City Walls from the S.E.

  photographer: Slide 29, Absalom's Pillar in the Valley of the Kidron

  photographer: Slide 30, St James's Tomb and Zechariah's Tomb in the Valley of the Kidron

  photographer: Slide 31, The Jews' Wailing Place (Outside the wall of the Temple Area)

  photographer: Slide 32, Part of Temple Area. Antonia's Palace on right

  photographer: Slide 33, Portion of Christ's 'Via Dolorosa'

  photographer: Slide 34, St Stephen's Gateway

  photographer: Slide 35, Gethsemane

  photographer: Slide 36, David's Well at Bethlehem

  photographer: Slide 37, Bethany

  photographer: Slide 38, Traditional site of Habitation of Martha and Mary in Bethany

  photographer: Slide 39, Lazarus' Tomb

  photographer: Slide 40, On the road to Jericho looking back to Bethany

  photographer: Slide 41, The 'Good Samaritan's Inn'. Much battered by gunfire

  photographer: Slide 42, Behind Good Samaritan's Inn showing intervening country back to Jerusalem

  photographer: Slide 43, View of modern Jericho in the Plain of Jordan

  photographer: Slide 44, Hill of Temptation. Greek Monastery in the Hill-side

  photographer: Slide 45, Excavations on site of Ancient Jericho

  photographer: Slide 46, Reservoir beside Old (Joshua's) Jericho

  photographer: Slide 47, Elisha's fountain by Old Jericho

  photographer: Slide 48, Gorge of the Brook Cherith

  photographer: Slide 48c, St George's Monastery in the Gorge of the Brook Cherith

  photographer: Slide 49, Looking towards the Dead Sea from Ancient Jericho

  photographer: Slide 50, River Jordan (towards source)

  photographer: Slide 51, River Jordan (towards Dead Sea)

  photographer: Slide 52, The Dead Sea

  photographer: Slide 52a, Floating on Dead Sea

  photographer: Slide 53, Vale of Schechem

  photographer: Slide 54, Jacob's Well at Sychar

  photographer: Slide 55, Nazareth from East side

  photographer: Slide 56, Well at Nazareth

  photographer: Slide 57, Cattle drinking at well at Nazareth

  photographer: Slide 58, Cana of Galilee (approaching from Nazareth)

  photographer: Slide 59, Well at Cana

  photographer: Slide 60, Tiberias. Sea of Galilee in background

  photographer: Slide 61, View of Tiberias from Dr Christie's verandah

  photographer: Slide 62, Sea of Tiberias (or Galilee) from Dr Christie's

  photographer: Slide 63, Restored ruins of the Synagogue at Capernaum

  photographer: Slide 64, Bethsaida on the shores of the S. of Galilee

  photographer: Slide 65, Upper reaches of the Jordan. Passing over into French Mandated territory and the land of the Jebel Druse

  photographer: Slide 66, Entering Damascus from the South. Valley of River Pharpar

  photographer: Slide 67, The Pharpar River. Part of

  photographer: Slide 68, Damascus. Main Square

  photographer: Slide 69, Damascus. Thoroughfare leading to Mosque Omayad

  photographer: Slide 70, Damascus. Entrance to Mosque Omayad

  photographer: Slide 71, Damascus. The street called 'Straight'

  photographer: Slide 72, Damascus. The house with open gate is known as that of Ananias

  photographer: Slide 73, Baalbek. Valley of Lebanon and Mountains in background

  photographer: Slide 74, Baalbek. Looking up Temple from hexagonal Court

  photographer: Slide 75, Baalbek. Right hand corner of propylea adjoining entrance to hexagonal court

  photographer: Slide 76, Baalbek. Northern wall of Great Court

  photographer: Slide 77, Baalbek. Great Altar of Sacrifice

  photographer: Slide 78, Baalbek. Six pillars of the Temple of Jupiter

  photographer: Slide 79, Baalbek. Near view of the sculpture crowning the pillars of Jupiter's Temple

  photographer: Slide 80, Baalbek. The Great Stone hewn in Baalbec quarries ready for inclusion in the Temple buildings

  photographer: Slide 81, Baalbek. Byzantine sculpture on Bath in West Court of the Great Altar of Sacrifice

  photographer: Slide 82, Baalbek. View interior of Temple of Bacchus

  photographer: Slide 83, Baalbek. Corner of Temple of Bacchus

  photographer: Slide 84, Baalbek. Corner of Bacchus' Temple from above showing roof of terrace

  photographer: Slide 85, Smyrna. Day breaking over burnt out warehouse

  photographer: Slide 86, Smyrna. Quayside ruins

  photographer: Slide 87, Smyrna. Loading cotton on ship

  photographer: Slide 88, Smyrna. The Turkish Navy in 1924

  photographer: Slide 89, Athens. The Acropolis. The Parthenon

  photographer: Slide 90, Athens. Entrance to propylea of the Acropolis

  photographer: Slide 91, Athens. View of City from Acropolis showing hill of Penticlon

  photographer: Slide 92, Athens. Hill of the Areopagus (left foreground)

  photographer: Slide 93, Athens. Near view of the hill of the Areopagus (Mars hill)

  photographer: Slide 94, Athens. Temple of Jupiter in the City

  photographer: Slide 95, Athens. Theatre of Dionysus

  photographer: Slide 96, Athens. Propylea to Acropolis from Temple of Minaur

[Petra, Palmyra and Baalbek] (lecture: privately made, 31 slides, n.d.)

  photographer: Slide 1, General Map of the Middle East

  photographer: Slide 2, Local Map of Petra District

  photographer: Slide 3, Petra Basin from the air

  photographer: Slide 4, Cube Tombs, on right hand side of W. Musa

  photographer: Slide 5, The Pyramid Tomb

  photographer: Slide 6, Tunnel

  photographer: Slide 7, Es Sik

  photographer: Slide 8, The Khusnah (El Khusnee) or Pharaoh's Treasury

  photographer: Slide 9, The Three Storied Tomb, or Temple

  photographer: Slide 10, Bedouin family at Petra

  photographer: Slide 11, The Altar

  photographer: Slide 12, The Statue Tomb

  photographer: Slide 13, The Latin Tomb

  photographer: Slide 14, Ed Deir (monastery) Temple

  photographer: Slide 15, The Urn

  photographer: Slide 16, El Habis

  photographer: Slide 17, Gateway to El Biyara

  photographer: Slide 18, Chimney to El Biyara

  photographer: Slide 19, Staircase up Jebel En Mer

  photographer: Slide 20, Cave on Jebel En Mer

  photographer: Slide A, Old sketch print of Palmyra, AD 1691

  photographer: Slide B, Old sketch print of Palmyra, AD 1691

  photographer: Slide 1, Western Approach to Palmyra

  photographer: Slide 2, General View of Palmyra

  photographer: Slide 3, Entrance to the Temple

  photographer: Slide 4, Outside view of Temple

  photographer: Slide 5, Inside the Temple

  photographer: Slide 6, View of the Street of Columns

  photographer: Slide 7, View of the Street of Columns

  photographer: Slide 8, View of the Street of Columns

  photographer: Slide 9, View of the Street of Columns

  photographer: Slide 1, Model of Temple Buildings

  photographer: Slide 2, Baalbek. Right hand corner of propylea adjoining entrance to hexagonal court

  photographer: Slide 3, Baalbek. Looking up Temple from hexagonal Court

  photographer: Slide 4, Baalbek. Northern wall of Great Court

  photographer: Slide 5, Baalbek. Great Altar of Sacrifice

  photographer: Slide 6, Baalbek. Six pillars of the Temple of Jupiter

  photographer: Slide 7, Baalbek. Near view of the sculpture crowning the pillars of Jupiter's Temple

  photographer: Slide 8, Baalbek. The Great Stone hewn in Baalbec quarries ready for inclusion in the Temple buildings

  photographer: Slide 9, Baalbek. Byzantine sculpture on Bath in West Court of the Great Altar of Sacrifice

  photographer: Slide 10, Baalbek. View interior of Temple of Bacchus

  photographer: Slide 11, Baalbek. Corner of Temple of Bacchus

  photographer: Slide 12, Baalbek. Corner of Bacchus' Temple from above showing roof of terrace

Lucerna ID 6005015

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 14 December 2018

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