Chennai (inhabited place)
Found in 120 Collections and/or Records:
287x219mm. View of the east facade of Government House, Triplicane, Madras, with the Banqueting Hall to the north.
Indians and English children.
Quarter-plate. And one spotted deer at the Menagerie, peoples park, Madras
Quarter-plate. And one spotted deer at the Menagerie, peoples park, Madras.
141 x 55 mm. Postcard view of the 'Madras' leaving Madras [Chennai ] Harbour 17 Nov. 1914. The caption states that up to 31 Mar. 1917, the ship had made 40 double voyages, carrying 16,801 patients. Photograph by Lady Pentland.
Going out to British India steamer Lindula. [Rowing boat with steamer in background].
Indian Coolies on board the Lindula in Bay of Bengal crossing to work on Burma paddy fields [historic title], 1907-12
350 x 250 mm.
223x277mm. View from a choir stall of the domed chancel and the altar of St George's.
223x28lmm. View of the massive stone statue of the god Mannarswamy in Madras.
Portrait of a young Indian boy.
'The log book of Capt. John Edwards, R.N. Given to Robert Stafford Edwards by his Aunt Miss Jane Edwards 1880. Solihull. Warwickshire.'
Two couples sitting at an out-door table. One is identified as Peter Dewar and his wife, who are named in the captions of Y302L/21-2.
View of interior.
View of a couple playing tennis.