Quetta (inhabited place)
Found in 76 Collections and/or Records:
Quarter-plate (landscape format). (Called High School Road) Sandeman High School further up.
350 x 250 mm.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Small wattle and daub mosque.
285 x 210 mm. ‘General Sir Archibald Hunter’s match was won by B Company Wiltshire Regiment with 95 hits, taking 2 hours 5 minutes 45 seconds to complete the marching and shooting.’
115 x 160 mm.
150 x 100 mm.
85 x 60 mm.
270 x 190 mm.
He was a son of Sir Henry Tristram Holland (1875-1965), head of the Quetta Mission Hospital.
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.
Quarter-plate. In the Native Bazaar, Quetta.
Landscape format. In the Native Bazaar, Quetta.
The diary (59 leaves) describes Christy's travels in India after he resigned his civil medical appointment at Satara on 26 June, and while he was seeking other work. He visited Bombay, Agra, Simla, Lahore and Quetta. It also includes 11 pages of clinical notes.
285 x 210 mm. A printed card listing presentations at the Public Durbar at Quetta, 12th April 1900, is on the facing page.
290 x 210 mm. Circular regarding the death of Queen Victoria and memorial service in Quetta is pasted on opposite page.
285 x 210 mm. Caption includes names.