Kashmir (general region)
Found in 155 Collections and/or Records:
14 April - 15 July 1923. Expedition south east from Srinagar, return via Wardwan River, 1923-04-14 - 1923-07-15
Diary measuring 7.5 x 10 inches containing 74 photographs and 5 maps.
20 March - 30 June 1921. Bear-hunting expedition from Pindi to Srinagar, a visit to Roza 30 October - 7 November, 1921-03-20 - 1921-11-07
Diary measuring 10 x 7.5 inches with 64 printed pages containing 78 photographs, 2 watercolours and 6 maps.
26th March - 1 July 1922. Expedition from Srinagar eastwards to Leh and Gya, 1922-03-26 - 1922-07-01
Diary measuring 7.5 x 10 inches with 61 printed pages containing 85 photographs and 7 maps.
210 x 150 mm. Dhak Bungalow on the left. Mountains covered with magnificent cedar trees.
A sample of the 33 miles of road from Baramula to Srinagar, the City of the Sun & capital of Kashmir, 1899 - 1901
78 x 108 mm.
This album contains 114 collodio-chloride prints, mostly amateur work of good quality, approximately 110 x 65 mm in size. In addition to photographs of India, there are eight of Canada (72-79) and seven of England (80-85, 114) dated 1907 and 1909. Invitations for Douglas to become an honorary member of a number of regimental messes have also been inserted.
298 x 245 mm. General view of the main temple building set inside an arcaded courtyard at or near Nowshera (or Naoshera), a cantonment town on the right tributary of the Chenab in the Mirpur district south of Murree. See also Y3022I/64. A photograph taken by Bourne in December 1864 towards the end of his Kashmir trip. Bourne no. 999.
128 x 177 mm. Sepia wash.
210 x 150 mm.
A collection of loose prints measuring approximately 205 x 155 mm (1-20) and 250 x 195 mm (21-41), with typewritten captions. Prints 21-41 are mounted on card with sellotape. Photographs by Photo Division, Indian Ministry of Information and Broadcasting (1-20) and unknown (21-41).
210 x 150 mm.
288 x 219 mm.
155 x 118 mm.
An album containing albumen prints of various sizes by R. Phillips of Darjeeling, Samuel Bourne and others. The name of F.A. Hawkes, who was an engineer on the North Bengal State Railways from 1871-1879, appears frequently in it. The photographs include the construction of the North Bengal State Railway, scenes in Darjeeling, amateur theatricals, portrait groups and Sir Richard Temple's camp at the Delhi Durbar of 1877.
79 x 52 mm. Showing a large houseboat moored at the bank of a canal or lake in Kashmir. This is presumably the craft mentioned in the Diary synopsis: 'I rent a very large and handsome house-boat (110 feet long) which Sir John Wood [Resident, Kashmir 1923-27] has kindly allowed to be moored off the Residency wharf'. (Bell 1925-1926, August 16). At the end of September Bell made a journey on the boat to the Wular Lake.
105 x 61 mm. A view looking out over the covered stern of the houseboat to the river beyond, with wicker furniture in the foreground.
105 x 61 mm. A view looking along a river, with houseboats moored on either bank and mountains in the distance.
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