Found in 7929 Collections and/or Records:
265 x 315 mm.
Approximately 235 x 175 mm. Collotype. Illustration photographed by Clifton and Co.
288 x 232 mm. Possibly by Shepherd and Robertson.
A bound volume with padded covers containing photogravure reproductions of photographs by Barton Son and Company. There is a printed introduction (pages 2-10) describing the kheddah operations by M. Mutannah, Conservator of Forests, Mysore. Unless otherwise stated, the reproductions are 285 x 245 mm.; these appear on right-hand pages, one to a page
134 x 100 mm. Laing describes this form of transport on p. 14. (p. 47).
Numbered '42' on the bottom left-hand corner.
160 x 190 mm. (p. 41).
300 x 243 mm. View looking along the back of one of the canals at Srinagar, with a boat on the water, two Indian figures posed in the middleground, and an avenue of poplars at the left. Bourne no. 826.
307 x 185 mm. View of a stretch of river, possibly the Pyarka, in the Nilgiris. Photograph by Samuel Bourne no. 2028.
320 x 193 mm. View from the N shore of the lake looking towards the avenue lined with willow trees which divides the stretch of water into two. The nearer portion of the lake, immediately to the south of the town, was filled in between 1896 and 1899 to become the racecourse. Bourne no. 1980.
210 x 150 mm.
A sample of the 33 miles of road from Baramula to Srinagar, the City of the Sun & capital of Kashmir, 1899 - 1901
78 x 108 mm.
Speech notes for WSC's speech (Winchester House, Epping, Essex) on WSC's withdrawal from the Conservative Business Committee and opposition to giving India Dominion status, which includes the phrase "Mr Gandhi, ... now posing as a fakir of a type well-known in the East, striding half-naked up the steps of the Vice-regal palace".
A series of domed pavilions, steps leading down to the Lake, with elephant statues by the waterside, 1910
[Exact location untraced]
296 x 238 mm. Showing a group of Europeans posed beside their tents in their camp at Srinagar, with Indian servants and bearers arranged around the trophies laid out on the ground. With the poplar avenue in the background. Bourne no. 816
83 x 57 mm. glossy print with 35 mm. negative and 246 x 157 mm. enlargement.
78 x108 mm.
210 x 150 mm.
319 x 194 mm. View looking upstream along a series of rapids on the Pykara River near Ootacamund. Bourne no. 2034.
78 x 53 mm.
Quarter-plate (landscape format).
View showing an elephant. [Karapur and elephant keddah].
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.