Found in 686 Collections and/or Records:
Part of a book left incomplete on the author's death. The title, introduction, glossary and index were supplied by the author's daughter, Mrs Rosamond Griffin. The full title is 'From Aden ... to Quetta ... to Lahore ... to Delhi ... to Quetta: the peripatetic life of one army household between 1910 and 1917'. The memoir contains descriptions of train journeys in India and the accommodation, domestic arrangements and social amenities of army families in the early twentieth century.
160 x 110 mm.
100 x 152 mm. The door in the Kucha bandi, shown in photograph no. 1, opened.
220 x 161 mm. Showing a group of officers mounted on polo ponies, with Indian servants standing in the background. The figures are identified thus: Glasscock, Hart, Marsham, H.R.L. Hubert Richard Lovett, Swiney Hugh Bladen Swiney (1843 – 1877), Bengal Cavalry, Montgomery, Beatson, Monteith, Monteith, Graham.
Correspondence and articles regarding the Commonwealth, notably India and Pakistan. Much of the material is devoted to the issue of the increased costs for students from overseas studying in British universities.
210 x 150 mm.
154 x 111 mm. View of an unidentified bungalow.
151 x 112 mm. Showing a tent pitched in woodland, with two Indian servants in the foreground.
154 x 100 mm. glossy print with copy and 35 mm. negative.
Half-plate (landscape format). Gymnastic class in playground - this is the highest form - Mohammedans except four Hindoos (wearing caps). (Fisher).
A collection of programmes, invitations, menus, photographs and other material issued in connection with the Royal Visit to India during 1905-1906.
The Prince and Princess in group at Government House; Lord Lamington, Governor of Bombay, on Princess of Wales right.
Half-plate (landscape format). The view is taken from a raised mound, believed to be over the site of the stupa of Kamshka, supposed to have been the most lofty and important stupa in all India. Trenches following the lines of buildings near the stupa of Kanishka/one end of the monastery (Fisher).
Group at Government House including the Prince and Princess and Lord Lamington, Governor of Bombay], 1905-03-17 - 1906-03-19
340 x 290 mm.