This collection is comprised of photographs taken during World War II by an American serviceman, Glenn S. Hensley.
The AIIS collection from the Center for Art and
Archaeology in Gurgaon, Haryana, India, has over 125,000 photographs in the
collection. The images fall into the broad categories of architecture,
sculpture, terracotta, painting and numismatics.
The Museum of Contemporary Art, housed within the Government College of Arts and Crafts, has a photograph collection dated from the mid 1800s. The subjects of these photographs range from the hill tribes of Niligiris to pagodas and monuments of the Madras Presidency to guns and antiques from Fort St. George.
Oriental and India Office Collections
Information from the Photographs Catalogue, prepared by John Falconer (the British Library).
This collection is currently under development. Test pages are available for viewing.
This collection is comprised of photographs taken during World War II by an American serviceman, Robert Keagle.
This collection is comprised of photographs taken during World War II by an American serviceman, Frank Bond.
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image to your workstation and store it, and you may make hard
copies without further permission, provided this is done for
purposes of private study only.
- You may display
personal copies for purposes of an academic lecture or seminar. If
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