Not yet on line
Not yet available on-line
We are working towards making all our collections available on-line but for now the following archives can only be accessed in Rome by subscribers and library members by appointment with the Archivist.
John Bryan Ward -Perkins collection (c.1940 – c.1970)
Archaeological views of ancient and modern sites of the Roman world (North Africa, Europe, Italy), including photographs of the Inscriptions of Roman Triploitania glued onto cards (negatives were sent to the Libyan Society in London and should now be held by the University of Newcastle).
Only the Libya, South Etruria and War Damage series are available on-line at www.bsrdigitalcollections.it
Air photographs collection
(c.1960): Italian and North African air views. On permanent loan to the Aerofototeca – ICCD, Rome
BSR collection (1911 – )
Events, people, facts relating to the British School at Rome.
BSR Fine Arts collection (1912 – 1960)
Photographs of paintings, sculpture, architecture by Rome scholars.
James Graham collection (c. 1860):
Very rare views of Naples, Pompeii, Capri and the Amalfi coast.
Robert Gardner collection (1912 – 1913):
Archaeological sites, monuments and landscapes of Italy.
Eugénie Strong collection (1900 – c.1930)
Ancient Greek and Roman sculpture and other works of art. The collection includes albums of postcards and photographic prints by famous photographers: Alinari, Anderson, Brogi, Bruckmann, Evangelisti, Faraglia, Giraudon, Gray, Leon, Lombardi, Moscioni, Poppi, Tuminello.
Cruickshank collection (1892 – 1918)
Medieval and Renaissance architecture and art.
John Marshall collection (1900 – 1928)
Greek, Roman and Etruscan art.
Francis R. Rodd collection (1910 – 1920)
Rodd, a captain in the British Army, took photographs during his military service.
Material including photographic prints of important photographers such as McPherson, Moscioni, Perini, Robert and Tuminello.