Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondence and articles.
140 x 82 mm. negative.
350 x 250 mm.
155 x 102 mm glossy print with 82 x 56 mm negative.
79 x 77 mm. glossy print.
155 x 114 mm. glossy print.
157 x 111 mm. glossy print.
152 x 103 mm. glossy print.
155 x 204 mm. glossy print. Seated are (left) Governor Sir Andrew Cohen and J.H. Cobb, Headmaster.
241 x 170 mm. View looking across Kandahar towards a mausoleum, with pack mules in a courtyard in the foreground. Photograph probably by John Burke.
118 x 80 mm. glossy print with 35 mm negative.
An album containing photographs relating to Lovett's military service in India and South Africa in the 1870s and 1880s. It also contains photographs of other places visited en route to India.
A collection of loose prints, originally inserted in two different albums. The photographs relate to the time when Francis William Egerton was Deputy Commissioner in the Punjab.
Coloured drawings and portraits illustrating the Cabul prisoners of 1842.
237 x 143 mm. View of the fortified outer walls of the British Residency at Kabul, with the burnt-out shell of the living quarters on top of the walls. Photograph probably by John Burke.
235 x 182 mm. Group portrait showing Shere Ali Khan seated with Afghan chiefs. Grouped around him are a number of his children.
156 x 102 mm. glossy print with 82 x 56 mm. negative.
The programme comprises transcripts of interviews with senior diplomats.
The album contains a mixture of original photographs, hand-coloured postcards and clippings. Most have manuscript or printed captions. Subjects include travel, hunting, scenes of natural beauty, natural products, and notable places or buildings.