Delhi (inhabited place)
Found in 516 Collections and/or Records:
156 x 102 mm. A view of the gates from the outside looking into the grounds, probably in New Delhi.
138 x 94 mm. A view of the house and its grounds.
86 x 106 mm. The arch in Delhi at night.
78 x 53 mm.
Quarter-plate. Taken specially to show the beauty of the lotus shaped top of the long perpendicular on each side of the mosque face. Part of the large central dome is seen at one side. Colour of minarets is turkey red with white marble stripes. Dome of marble, black stripes and trees in distance green; streak of water. (Fisher).
Half-plate. Of the Diwan-i-khas and Moti Masjid beyond.
Half-plate (landscape format).
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Showing the Kala Masjid, and smoke haze over the town, and in far distance the Kutab.
The album now contains photographs numbered in the range 670-812. Added numbers are: 710A, 742A, 743A, 778A, 815A; spoiled 771 and 775; not used: 691, 693, 97, 737, 805.
Subjects covered in the album are:
Agra and Fatehpur Sikri: Moharam Festival, temples and tombs, carpet weaving;
Delhi: schools, buildings, parade of 18th Lancers;
Hurdwar [also known as Haridwar].
79 x 55 mm.
80 x 53 mm.
280 x 165 mm.
285 x 90 mm.
210 x 155 mm.
205 x 155 mm. Copyright photo by Simla Studios, Simla and New Delhi.
290 x 140 mm.