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).