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[The Crawford Market, Bombay], 1890 - 1899

Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Y3022GG/11

Scope and Contents

205 x 243 mm. View of the entrance and clocktower of the Crawford Market, situated on a triangular plot of land bounded by the Carnac, Paltan and Esplanade Roads. Designed by (Sir) William Emerson and built between 1867 and 1869, the market is named after Arthur Crawford (Municipal Commissioner 1865-71). The Friezes above the arches on the corner of the building were the work of Lockwood Kipling.


  • Creation: 1890 - 1899

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Date information

DateText: 1890s..

Finding aid date

2013-09-20 14:17:22+00:00

Includes index.

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