Found in 685 Collections and/or Records:
14 April - 15 July 1923. Expedition south east from Srinagar, return via Wardwan River, 1923-04-14 - 1923-07-15
Diary measuring 7.5 x 10 inches containing 74 photographs and 5 maps.
20 March - 30 June 1921. Bear-hunting expedition from Pindi to Srinagar, a visit to Roza 30 October - 7 November, 1921-03-20 - 1921-11-07
Diary measuring 10 x 7.5 inches with 64 printed pages containing 78 photographs, 2 watercolours and 6 maps.
26th March - 1 July 1922. Expedition from Srinagar eastwards to Leh and Gya, 1922-03-26 - 1922-07-01
Diary measuring 7.5 x 10 inches with 61 printed pages containing 85 photographs and 7 maps.
210 x 150 mm. Dhak Bungalow on the left. Mountains covered with magnificent cedar trees.
A bit (?) near the Fir Lodge on the Kashmir road, after leaving Murree. A good example of the road hereabouts, 1899 - 1901
210 x 150 mm.
Contains prints by J and H King of Simla bound in padded red leather album inscribed on the cover: 'Presented to Her Royal Highness: The Princess of Wales: Rawalpindi Manoeuvres and Review 5th-8th December 1905.' The prints, 290-300 x 195-230 mm unless otherwise stated, are mounted on cardboard pages with printed captions.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). (Called High School Road) Sandeman High School further up.
190 x 140 mm.
160 x 90 mm.
190 x 140 mm.
Jukes' reminiscences of his missionary work in Amritsar, 1872-1873, and on the Afghan Frontier in Peshawar, 1873-1890, written in the months following his retirement. The volume is illustrated with photographs, postcards, maps and other items.
Painting (landscape format). No print.
350 x 250 mm. 'Painted while ill.'
A collection of captioned glass negatives illustrating the CMS's work.
105 x 55 mm.
This album contains 114 collodio-chloride prints, mostly amateur work of good quality, approximately 110 x 65 mm in size. In addition to photographs of India, there are eight of Canada (72-79) and seven of England (80-85, 114) dated 1907 and 1909. Invitations for Douglas to become an honorary member of a number of regimental messes have also been inserted.
Contains albumen and collodio-chloride prints, mostly captioned, and many by professional photographers. The album is lettered 'H.A.D. 1898-1901' on the cover. The images relate to sporting, theatrical, social and military events. In addition to British India, there are 5 photographs of Egypt (16-20) and 4 of Malta (21-24).
An album of 36 prints, approximately 70 x 95 mm., depicting people, rural life, urban scenes and transportation in North India and Pakistan
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.