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'A view of Agra taken from the South West.'
'Engraved by J. Walker, from a picture Painted by W. Hodges, R.A. in the collection of Warren Hastings Esq[ui]r[e]' title pasted on backing underneath image.

By James Walker after William Hodges, 1744-1793, English painter and engraver, lived in India, 1778-1784, where he worked for Warren Hastings (general governor).

Walker, James, 1748-1808, engraver

Agra, Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula

Three photogrpahs of exterior and interior of the Tomb of Itmad-ud-Daula, mounted on one sheet.

  • Entrance facade; 25.2 x 20.3 cm on 27.5 x 22.4 cm backing
  • Detail of a facade with carved windows and inlay work; 25.3 x 20.4 cm on 27.3 x 22.4 cm backing
  • Interior with inlay work; 25.3 x 20.3 cm on 27.3 x 22.5 cm backing


'Types of Kos Minars'
'Gordon Sanderson Superintendent Muhammadin & British Monuments Northern [Gate] 17/4/1914'
'Zinco., August, 1914 No 210 8-4'

Print of a drawing showing types of Kos Minars, mainly on roads near Agra.

Gordon Sanderson.

'Plate 44' from an unidentified publication.

Ahmadabad (Ahmedabad)

Ten postcard views of notable buildings at Ahmadabad, mounted on one sheet.

  • 'Muhafiz Khan. Mosque, Ahmedabad'
  • 'Queen's Mosque. Ahmedabad'
  • [Rani Sipri's Tomb, Ahmedabad]
  • 'Rani Sipri's Mosque, Ahmedabad'
  • 'Daseroi Mosque Windows, Ahmedabad'
  • [Detail of carved windows of Sidi Sayyid Mosque, Ahmedabad]
  • 'Shah Alum's Tomb. Ahmedabad'
  • 'Ganje Ahmed's Tomb, Sarkhage, Ahmadabad'
  • [Tombs of Shah Alum's Queens. Ahmadabad]
  • 'Ahmed Shah's Tomb. Ahmedabad'



'Diagram showing plague deaths in Bellary Municipality (1901-1914)'
'J.C. [Subranamagr], special [observer] Bellary'
'[ ] Chairman of the Municipality, Bellary'



Panorama view of a group of temples at Bhubaneshwar, two photographs mounted together on one sheet; left photograph: Central building of Mukteshvara Temple at Bhubaneshwar.


Bombay (Mumbai), University

Photograph of the University Hall of Bombay by Gilbert Scott.

'Bombay to the left - the Sir C[ ] [ ] Hall of the University where the Senate meetings are held on the right - the University Lib[rar]y, the registration Office, the Clock Tower' endorsed in manuscript on the reverse.

'[ ] Co, [ ]raphers, [Bom]bay'

Bombay (Mumbai)

Six postcard views of Bombay, mounted on one sheet.

Anon; Clifton & Co.; Devane & Co.

  • 'View of Colaba, Bombay'
  • 'Public Buildings, Bombay'
  • 'View of Bombay'; 'Clifton & Co.'
  • 'Marine Lines, Bombay'
  • 'Esplanade Road, Bombay'; 'Clifton & Co'
  • 'Birds eye view of the Bombay Exhibition'; '[Devane] & Co.'
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