Calcutta (inhabited place)
Found in 383 Collections and/or Records:
294 x 241 mm. View of the S facade of the Town Hall, a two storey building with a terraced roof and hexastyle portico in the Tuscan Doric order. Bourne no. 1700.
The Viceroy and Lady Minto and party at Government House, Calcutta Janry [i.e. January] 1st 1906, 1906-01-01
The Viceroy and Lady Minto flanked by the Prince and Princess in a group at Government House.
Half-plate. (Negative useless). Sketch used for colour reproduction. (Fisher).
350 x 250 mm.
Letters and notes describing travels in Uganda, along the Nile, India, the Alps, an account of military service in North Africa during the Second World War, Lichtenstein, and climbing Mounts Muhavura and Sabyinyo (circa 150 sheets).
303 x 190 mm. Duplicate of Y3022G/84. Bourne (no. 1711).
A collection of programmes, invitations, menus, photographs and other material issued in connection with the Royal Visit to India during 1905-1906.
Quarter plate. Calcutta side. [Looking down on the crowds on the riverside, with shipping moored in the distance].
Quarter-plate. On the Maidan, Calcutta, showing Government House and High Court.
Quarter-plate. On the Maidan, Calcutta showing Grand Hotel.
293x191mm. View looking from the ornamental lake towards the Burmese pagoda, which was taken from Prome during the Second Burmese War, and erected in the gardens in 1856, (Massey p.17). Photographer unknown, probably Johnston and Hoffmann.
317 x 193 mm. View looking across the ornamental lake in the gardens towards the Burmese pagoda, which was removed from Prome during the Second Burmese War and erected in the gardens in 1856. Bourne no. 1710.
288x214mm. A view looking E. along Corporation Street (formerly Jaun Bazar Street) from its junction with Chowringhee Road. In the left foreground are part of the premises of Laidlaw & Co., drapers. Further down Corporation Street the premises of the Hindusthan Co-operative Insurance Society can be seen, (Massey p. 102).
283x222mm. View looking N. across the Birjee Tank towards St Paul's Cathedral, with most of the building obscured by trees. (Photographer unknown, probably Johnston and Hoffmann).
284x214mm. View looking along Clive Street towards Dalhousie Square, with the Holwell Monument and the W. corner of the Bengal Secretariat visible in the distance. The National Bank of India can be seen on the right, and on the left hand side of the street are Martin & Co., the South British Insurance Company, the old Exchange Buildings, the Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China, and James Finlay & Co. Photographer unknown, probably Johnston and Hoffman.
281x208mm. View looking E. along Fairlie Place towards Clive Street. Part of the National Bank can be seen at the end of the street, with a corner of the premises of James Finlay & Co. at the right on Clive Street. The polychrome brick and stone building next to it is the Chartered Bank of India, Australia and China. Photographer unknown, probably Johnston and Hoffman.
164x102mm. View looking down onto the N. facade of Government House, possibly taken from the Government House Out-Office. Particularly notable in this later view are the classical urns placed at regular intervals along the roof parapet by Lord Curzon to add interest to the flat roof line. Also added by Curzon and visible in this view are the coats of arms on the two northern wings and in the tympanum of the pediment over the main entrance (see Curzon i, p.86, Massey p.2.)
249x188mm. View looking N. along the Hooghly from Fort William, with lines of sailing vessels at their moorings along the E. bank of the river. The High Court buildings can be seen on the skyline in the right background. View taken from the Fort Church of St Peter, (Massey p.29).