A Chinese pawn shop in Mandalay, 1903 - 1921
Scope and Contents
An album containing photographic prints and coloured reproductions. Prints 2-62 are coloured reproductions from Kelly, R. Talbot (1905) Burma painted and described, London : Adam and Charles Black. The remainder are original photographs by Thomas Harry Goldsworthy Stevens. The prints mainly measure approximately 100 x 75 mm, although some are larger. The album is interleaved with sheets on which are typed captions, up to print 261. Photographs beyond this point are uncaptioned.
The prints show scenic views, ethnographical studies and local architecture. Some material relates to Stevens' Public Works Department activity.
- 1903 - 1921
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Finding aid date
- From the Fonds: Stevens, Thomas Harry Goldsworthy, 1883 - 1970 (Person)
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