Found in 502 Collections and/or Records:
Quarter-plate. Looking up one of the rt-angle side streets: Nahagar Fort rock in distance. Notice paving of footway of wide main street seen in foreground. (Fisher).
142 x 98 mm. Four people, including Frederick and Lady Tymms, seated on a wall, inscribed on the bottom of the photograph 'Frederick Barbara Swinburne Pat -er'.
Proof and typescript copies of selected articles.
58 x 85 mm. Three men with a plane, described on the back of the photograph as 'opening aerodrome'.
101 x 48 mm. Two planes on a runway.
85 x 60 mm. A view of the city and surrounding land.
84 x 60 mm. A view of the river, with the city in the background.
87 x 60 mm. A view of the city and the river.
62 x 85 mm. A view of people by the river, with the city in the background.
51 x 77 mm. The entrance to a building.
111 x 153 mm. A building by a river.
79 x 52 mm. A view of the town and river, inserted in the album upside down.
78 x 49 mm. A view of the city and surrounding land.
122 x 161 mm. A view of a street, with a cow in the foreground, and people in the background.
81 x 132 mm. A view of people by the river, with the city in the background.
76 x 52 mm. A view of buildings, with a hill in the background.
78 x 52 mm. A view of the countryside, with a cart entering from the left of the photograph.
86 x 129 mm. The entrance to a building.
133 x 83 mm. A view of the river, with the city in the background.
Contains prints measuring approximately 210 x 160 mm mounted in an album bound in padded red leather and inscribed on the front cover VM [Victoria Mary] surmounted by a coronet. The end papers have a label 'Bourne and Shepherd : Artists, Photographers and Publishers. Calcutta, Simla and Bombay'. This album deals with architectural views (with many close-up details) of buildings in Udaipur, Jaipur, Ajmir, Chitor, Mt Abu, Lahore, Amritsar, Delhi, Agra and Fatehpur Sikri.
151 x 102 mm. A view of Jaipur taken from high up.
55 x 90 mm.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.