Found in 649 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
350 x 250 mm.