Bombay (inhabited place)
Found in 244 Collections and/or Records:
Proof and typescript copies of selected articles.
135 x 205 mm. No. 1059.
126 x 160 mm View from a hillside looking E. across part of the town towards the harbour. Frith series photograph.
251 x 200 mm. View looking down on baled cotton stacked on the Cotton Green at Colaba (see Y30222A/11) with a row of unidentified buildings beyond and shipping in the harbour in the background.
View looking north along Rampart Row towards the Floral Fountain and the junction with Hornby Row. Compare with Y3022GG/8. This view is taken a few years earlier, at some time in the late 1890s: immediately opposite the Floral Fountain are the buildings occupied until 1896 by the Cathedral High School. These premises were taken over and enlarged by the Oriental Life Assurance Company and in this print can be seen clad in scaffolding and without the domed roof.
Matron, Miss Davis.
245 x 194 mm. A similar view to Y3022A/5, but taken from a slightly different angle and from further away. More of the Green is visible in the foreground and one can also look directly down Church Gate Street at the right. This photograph is reproduced in Edwardes, vol 3, p 243 and there dated 1864.
242 x 195 mm. Similar to Y3022A/6 but taken from slightly further away, from near the Town Hall steps.
250 x 297 mm. View from the foreshore at Chowpatty looking southwards out into Black Bay, with dhows moored near the beach and piles of timber stacked in the foreground. The view appears to be looking towards the place from which Y3022A/17 was photographed. Reproduced in Edwardes, vol 2, p 145, captioned ‘Lakri Bandar, Chaupati 1864’.
216 x 156 mm. (p. 3).
310 x 188 mm. View from the lighthouse looking over the rooftops northwards along Upper Colaba Road. Photograph by Bourne & Shepherd no. 2216.
251 x 199 mm. A view from the hillside, with trees in the foreground, looking over the roofs of bungalows towards the sea. The angle of view looks approximately NE, with the spit of land on which is situated Sewri Fort visible in the distance. A very similar view, probably taken on the same occasion, is reproduced in Edwardes, vol 3, p 43, and is there dated 1860.
250 x 199 mm. Similar view to Y3022A/1, but with more vegetation in foreground.
110 x 80 mm. Daylight version of Y3022V/99.
239 x 181 mm. View looking out into the harbour with small sailing boats moored in the foreground.
110 x 80 mm.
110 x 80 mm.
290 x 235 mm. Probably by Bourne & Shepherd.
110 x 80 mm.
78 x 53 mm.
208 x 160 mm. (p. 1).