Found in 176 Collections and/or Records:
Six pen and pencil sketches presumably by Colonel Cooper, all but two of which are undated. There are two accompanying letters, 9 and 10 July 1968, regarding the transfer of the collection to the R.C.S.
119 x 155 mm. glossy print with 56 mm. negative.
Half-plate. Sculpture in homeblende schiste excavated at Sikri (Yusuf Zai) district of Peshawar. 3ft [i.e. feet] high by 2ft [i.e. feet] broad - now in Lahore Museum - one of the finest examples of ancient sculptures found in India. (Fisher).
240 x 175 mm. World Bank.
Quarter-plate. Where men are made Sikhs. Opposite to chief causeway entrance of Golden Temple.
Half-plate (landscape format). In the Mall. Built by Rai Bahadur Gunga Ram, R.E. (pale red brick) (Fisher).
155 x 107 mm. glossy print.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). A.H.F. on the Lieut. Govs elephant with pundit. (Fisher).
Contains prints by J and H King of Simla bound in padded red leather album inscribed on the cover: 'Presented to Her Royal Highness: The Princess of Wales: Rawalpindi Manoeuvres and Review 5th-8th December 1905.' The prints, 290-300 x 195-230 mm unless otherwise stated, are mounted on cardboard pages with printed captions.
Half-plate (landscape format).
Quarter-plate (landscape format).
Half-plate (landscape format). Woodworking room - punjabis. Sent from various districts and municipalities, e.g. Peshawar, Delhi, Amritsar. (Fisher).
Half-plate (landscape format). Architectural sketching out of doors (Percy Brown Esq., The Principal, instructing a pupil). (Fisher).
Half-plate (landscape format). Metal working Department. At the back some senior students are finishing a large lamp in hammered brasswork. (Now in Franco-British Exhibition). In the foreground, small boys doing elementary practice in repousse. (Fisher).
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.