Found in 685 Collections and/or Records:
156 x 115 mm. glossy print with three copies and 82 x 55 mm negative.
295 x 240 mm.
110 x 104 mm. glossy print with 155 x 110 mm. copy and 56 mm. negative.
109 x 105 mm. glossy print.
150 x 100 mm.
185 x 110 mm.
Half-plate (landscape format). On the bridge note the Sikh beggar with his donkey (Iron circlet round his turban). Beyond is the railway bridge. The white building is called Bavadari and was used for the King to fish from. This bridge is dismantled during the rainy season - June to August. (Fisher).
180 x 195 mm.
A collection of loose prints measuring 260 x 200 mm, with type-written captions pasted on the reverse. The prints show views of construction work and modern buildings in Islamabad.
240 x 270 mm.
235 x 295 mm.
235 x 295 mm.
230 x 270 mm.
215 x 270mm.
270 x 215 mm.
95 x 55 mm.
235 x 180 mm.
Chak 2 D.B. Thal Christian Settlement: Mrs Clark in the Dispensary, on the veranda of her house, 1959
83 x 120 mm. glossy print.
Chak 2 D.B. Thal Christian Settlement: Rev. A.R. Clark in the dry bed of the canal that should supply water to part of the land, 1959, 1959
120 x 83 mm. glossy print with three 156 x 108 mm. enlargements.
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