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A view of Quetta, 1906-03-10 - 1906-03-16

 Item
Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/QM 8/218

Scope and Contents

From the File: Contains prints. This appears to have been an official record of the Royal Tour. Each page has a heading for the place and date and most photographs are captioned, probably by a professional calligrapher. The Prince of Wales Feathers are on the cover and 'The Royal Tour of India 1905-1906' on the spine. Locations and periods covered are: Bombay, 9 November- 14 November, 1905; Udaipur, 18 November - 29 November, 1905; Jaipur, 21 November-23 November, 1905; Lahore, 28 November-1 December, 1905; Peshawar, 2 December-5 December, 1905; Rawalpindi, 7 December-8 December, 1905; Jammu, 9 December-10 December, 1905; Agra, 16 December-19 December, 1905; Gwalior, 20 December-25 December, 1905; Lucknow, 26 December-28 December, 1905; Calcutta, 29 December, 1905-06 January, 1906; Rangoon, 13 January-15 January, 1906; Mandalay, 16 January-17 January, 1906; Mysore Forest, 1 February-3 February, 1906; Hyderabad, 8 February-11 February, 1906; Nekonda, 11 February-15 February, 1906; Benares, 19 February-22 February, 1906; Quetta, 10 March-16 March, 1906; Karachi, 17 March-19 March, 1906.

Dates

  • 1906-03-10 - 1906-03-16

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Language of Materials

English

General

PJ.

Originator(s)

Unknown

Finding aid date

2002-07-03 14:51:35+00:00

Includes index.

Repository Details

Part of the Cambridge University Library Repository

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