1 edition of Objects of the Royal Empire Society found in the catalog.
Objects of the Royal Empire Society
Cover title: The Royal Empire Society, formerly the Royal Colonial Institute founded 1868 incorporated by Royal Charter 1882.
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Book digitized by Google from the library of the New York Public Library and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Only the name changed, reflecting political tides, to Royal Colonial Institute (), Royal Empire Society (), Royal Commonwealth Society (). The library was recognised as the heart of the Society from the start and by the turn of the century h books, rising to , in
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The archives document the society’s many cultural, educational and philanthropic initiatives, often undertaken as collaborative projects with other societies interested in Imperial and Commonwealth affairs. One of the most fascinating sections of the archives relates to the then Royal Empire Society’s activities during the Second World War. T}IE catalogue of the Royal Empire Society rightly claims to be a bibliography of the oversea British Empire, embodying as it does practically all the publicationsin the library of the society, which contains over , booksand pamphlets relating to the history, economics, sociology,politics, and developmentof the British dominionsand : Alison Ewart.
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Royal Empire Society (Great Britain). Subject catalogue of the library of the Royal Empire Society. London: Dawsons for the Royal Commonwealth Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Evans Lewin; Royal Empire Society (Great Britain).
Subject Catalogue of the Library of the Royal Empire Society: The Mediterranean colonies, The Middle East, Indian Empire, Burma, Ceylon, British Malaya, East Indian Islands, and the Far East Volume 4 of Subject Catalogue of the Library of the Royal Empire Society, Evans Lewin: Authors: Royal Commonwealth Society.
Library, Evans Lewin: Edition: reprint. BOOKLET - THE Royal Empire Society - Story of its Home - - $ Booklet - The Royal Empire Society - The Story of its Home - 23 pages.
Good. Some wear commensurate with age. Please see photos. Measurements: Approx. 15 x 23cm For international postage, please obtain request a postage quote from us prior to purchase. Can deliver to Blue Mountains/Northern. The Royal Charter, received indescribed the objects of the Society as ‘to promote the increase and diffusion of knowledge respecting as well [sic] our Colonies, Dependencies and Possessions, as Our Indian Empire and the preservation of a permanent union between Mother Country and the various parts of the British Empire’.
65 Thus the aim of the Society was continued Empire unity, and the Library Cited by: 6. Example sentences with "Royal Empire Society", translation memory Giga-fren He continued contributing to various newspapers and journals, wrote biographies on political figures and articles on French writers, and worked actively in various associations, including the Institut canadien, the Empire Parliamentary Association, the Royal Society of Canada, and the Canadian Club.
Description: London: Royal Empire Society, 4 v. ; 30 cm. Full contents: V The British Empire generally, and Africa; v The Commonwealth of Australia, the Dominion of New Zealand, the South Pacific, general voyages and travels, and Arctic and Antarctic regions.
Resources about Royal Empire Society Great Britain. (10) The Royal Empire Society: (formerly the Royal Colonial Institute) Royal Empire Society (Great Britain) [ Book: ] At State Library of NSW. The complete catalogue of library the Royal Empire Society (formerly the Colonial Institute, and afterwards the Royal Commonwealth Society).
Written by the Librarian, Evans Lewin. Complete in 4 volumes. An excellent bibliographical source for anyone interested in books about the British Empire. This collection is "The most important collection of literature bearing on the British Empire" with.
Libraries Australia: Founded in as Colonial Society; name changed shortly thereafter to Royal Colonial Society; changed in to Royal Colonial Institute; in to Royal Empire Society; in to Royal Commonwealth Society.
Acquiring Objects of Empire. books, manuscripts and maps into the world of antiques, or ‘association objects’: pieces once owned by people considered significant in history.
(engraver), Portrait of Sir Joseph Banks, Bart., President of the Royal Society,-vn Nan Kivell acquired his treasured veilleuse in Best books on the British empire by Royal Commonwealth Society.
Library,The Royal Empire Society edition, in EnglishPages: If you would like to use IWM collections materials in a way that is not covered above, require a commercial licence, high-resolution copies, or have manipulation requests, please contact the Media Sales & Licensing Team. This paper explores the Library of the Royal Empire Society from its foundation in to the mid-twentieth century.
It begins by considering the production of imaginative geographies of the British Empire not only by the materials in the collection but also by practices and technologies of assembling, classifying, cataloguing and display which went on in the by: 6.
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The book includes intensive case-studies of objects from India, Pakistan, New Zealand, China and Africa, all of which were collected by, or exhibited in, the institutions of the British Empire, and key chapters address issues of radical identity across cultural barriers, and the hybird styles of objects which can emerge when cultures meet.1/5(2).
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My libraryMissing: Royal Empire Society. Jan. 01, - Governor of British Guiana meets native Students in London: Sir Alfred Savage the governor of British Guiana this afternoon paid a visits to the royal Empire Society, Northumberland Avenue - where he had an informal talk with a number of Coloured Students.
A royal charter was granted inand a clubhouse was opened in And the name slowly evolved: from the Colonial Society to the Royal Colonial Society, the Royal Colonial Institute and then the Royal Empire Society. The Royal Asiatic Society (RAS), created inwas also almost parodically colonial in its early days.Colonial Society when the royal charter was granted the following year.
Then from until it was the Royal Colonial Institute; after which it reverted to being a Society but, in keeping with changing circumstances was rebadged as the Royal Empire Society, which name remained until in the present Royal Commonwealth Society name was.Boxed sets of glass spearheads were widely distributed as gifts by missions and government officials in Western Australia.
This set was presented to the Royal Empire Society by Dr Ernest Black, Government Resident, Broome, Western Australia (–) and a member of the Society (subsequently the Royal Commonwealth Society).