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Indian portrait album, 1880

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Indian portrait album

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2011.R.17-fc Front cover
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Front paste-down 2011.R.17-fpe Front paste down
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Front free endpaper 2011.R.17-ffe Front free endpaper
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Verso front free endpaper 2011.R.17-ffev Verso of front free endpaper
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1 recto 2011.R.17-1r Blank page 1
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1 verso 2011.R.17-1v Verso of blank page 1
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2 recto 2011.R.17-2r [Dedication]
The petit point dedication inserted in the cabinet card opening reads: To / the Hon'ble / M. Mowat / from H. H. J. / Bombay / 14th May 1880.
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2 verso 2011.R.17-2v [Portraits of Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy and Arduseer Hormasjee Wady]
Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy (also: Jejeebhoy, Jeejebhoy), 1st Baronet Jejeebhoy of Bombay, CMG (1783-1859) was a Parsi merchant and philanthropist.
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1 2011.R.17-2v.1 Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy, Bart.
Reproduction of a painted portrait.
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2 2011.R.17-2v.2 Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy, 2nd Baronet
Title from negative.
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3 2011.R.17-2v.3 [Portrait Bust of Sir Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy as a Young Man]
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4 2011.R.17-2v.4 Arduseer Hormasjee Wady
Photographic reproduction of an engraving.
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3 recto 2011.R.17-3r [Members of the Jeejeebhoy Family]
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1 2011.R.17-3r.1 Sorabjee Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy
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2 2011.R.17-3r.2 Rustomjee Jamsetjee Jeejeebhoy
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3 2011.R.17-3r.3 The Late Sir George Cowasjee J. Readymoney
Cowasji Jehangir Readymoney, CSI (1812-1878) was a Bombay broker, civic leader, and philanthropist.
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4 2011.R.17-3r.4 Byramjee Jeejeebhoy, C.S.I.
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3 verso 2011.R.17-3v Parsee Gentlemen (I)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-3v.1 H. H. Schroff
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2 2011.R.17-3v.2 Sir Dunshaw Mannockjee Petit, Bart.
Dinshaw Maneckji Petit (1823-1901) was a Parsi entrepreneur and founder of the Manackji Petit Spinning & Weaving Mills, the first textile mills in India.
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3 2011.R.17-3v.3 [Portrait of a Young Parsee Gentleman]
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4 2011.R.17-3v.4 [Portrait of a Parsee Gentleman]
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4 recto 2011.R.17-4r Parsee Gentlemen (II)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-4r.1 [Older Man Seated Next to an Ornate Table]
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2 2011.R.17-4r.2 [Two Men, One Seated, One Standing]
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3 2011.R.17-4r.3 Bomanja [?] Jeejeebhoy Dadabhoy
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4 2011.R.17-4r.4 [Seated Man Resting His Hand on a Book]
Photographic reproduction of a painting.
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4 verso 2011.R.17-4v Parsee Gentlemen (III)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-4v.1 [Man Standing next to Drapes and Ornate Table]
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2 2011.R.17-4v.2 Sir Cowasjee Jchanghir in His Carriage
I.e. Cowasji Jehangir Readymoney.
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3 2011.R.17-4v.3 [Portrait of a Parsee Gentleman Seated in an Ornate Chair]
Written on mount below image: Yours most sincerely, / [name obscured]. Printed below image: Engraved by Saml. Allen. London [?] from a photh. by D. Sykes of Bombay.
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4 2011.R.17-4v.4 [Bust Portrait of a White-haired Parsee Gentleman]
Title devised.
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5 recto 2011.R.17-5r Hindoo Gentlemen (I)
Page title from the caption written slightly below the middle of the page it; may refer only to the two lower portraits.
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1 2011.R.17-5r.1 [Bust Portrait of a Man in a Tall Turban Looking to the Left]
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2 2011.R.17-5r.2 The Late Member of Council Pemabhoy Hemabhoy
Photographic reproduction of an Indian minature painting.
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3 2011.R.17-5r.3 [Bust Portrait of a Man in Three-quarter View]
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4 2011.R.17-5r.4 [Seated Man Holding a Cane and a Book]
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5 verso 2011.R.17-5v Hindoo Gentlemen (II)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page. The annotation running below the two upper portraits on the page reads: The Late Hon'ble Juggonath Sunkersett and his son the late Venayekrow.
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1 2011.R.17-5v.1 [The Honorable Juggonath Sunkersett]
Jagannath Shankarsheth Murkute (1803-1865) was an educator and philanthropist.
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2 2011.R.17-5v.2 [Venayekrow Sunkersett]
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3 2011.R.17-5v.3 The Late Hon'ble Narayen Wasouden
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4 2011.R.17-5v.4 [Man Seated at a Table with a Stack of Books]
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6 recto 2011.R.17-6r Hindoo Gentlemen (III)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-6r.1 [Seated Man with a Book on His Knee]
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2 2011.R.17-6r.2 [Old Man, Seated]
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3 2011.R.17-6r.3 [Young Man with Hoop Earring]
The same sitter is depicted in item 2 on page 6 verso.
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4 2011.R.17-6r.4 [Man Standing, Holding a Walking Stick and Gloves]
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6 verso 2011.R.17-6v Hindoo Gentlemen (IV)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-6v.1 The Hight Priests of the Hindoos
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2 2011.R.17-6v.2 [Young Man with a Cloth Draped over His Arm]
The same sitter is depicted in item 3 on page 6 recto.
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3 2011.R.17-6v.3 [Old Man Seated at a Table]
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4 2011.R.17-6v.4 [Man Seated with His Hands in His Lap]
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7 recto 2011.R.17-7r [Portraits of Men]
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1 2011.R.17-7r.1 [Seated Ruler]
Photographic reproduction of a painting.
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2 2011.R.17-7r.2 A Hindoo Hermit
Photographic reproduction of a print.
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3 2011.R.17-7r.3 The Prince of Nepaul [sic]
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4 2011.R.17-7r.4 Sir Munguladass Nathoobhoy, C.S.I.
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7 verso 2011.R.17-7v Mahomedan Gentlemen
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-7v.1 [Seated Man Holding a Walking Stick]
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2 2011.R.17-7v.2 [Man Wearing an Embroidered Coat]
Photographic reproduction of a painting.
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3 2011.R.17-7v.3 [Man Seated before a Painted Backdrop]
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4 2011.R.17-7v.4 Bombay Police Officers
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8 recto 2011.R.17-8r Parsee Ladies (I)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-8r.1 [Woman with a Child at Her Right Side]
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3 2011.R.17-8r.2 [Seated Woman, Frontal View]
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2 2011.R.17-8r.3 [Woman Seated in Profile]
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4 2011.R.17-8r.4 [Woman with a Child at Her Left Side]
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8 verso 2011.R.17-8v Parsee Ladies (I)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page. The heading refers only to the two upper photographs.
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1 2011.R.17-8v.1 [Woman Seated with Her Arm on a Table]
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2 2011.R.17-8v.2 [Woman Seated with Her Foot on a Stool]
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3 2011.R.17-8v.3 Sweetmeat Sellers
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4 2011.R.17-8v.4 Glass Bangle Merchant
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9 recto 2011.R.17-9r [Male Occupational Portraits I]
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1 2011.R.17-9r.1 A Carpenter
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2 2011.R.17-9r.2 A Hindoo Barber Shaving
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3 2011.R.17-9r.3 Bread Seller
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4 2011.R.17-9r.4 A Toddy Drawer Selling Toddy
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9 verso 2011.R.17-9v [Male Occupational Portraits II]
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1 2011.R.17-9v.1 A Hindoo Scythe Sharpener
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2 2011.R.17-9v.2 A Hindoo Barber Shaving
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3 2011.R.17-9v.3 A Toddy Drawer
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4 2011.R.17-9v.4 A Toddy Carrier
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10 recto 2011.R.17-10r [Male Occupational Portraits III]
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1 2011.R.17-10r.1 An Athlete
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2 2011.R.17-10r.2 A Hermit
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3 2011.R.17-10r.3 A Ghatty Gardener
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4 2011.R.17-10r.4 Hindoo Prayer Meeting
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10 verso 2011.R.17-10v A Parsee Old Lady - A Widow
Cabinet card.
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11 recto 2011.R.17-11r A Parsee Married Couple
Cabinet card. The photographer is ShaporjeeHormusjee.
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11 verso 2011.R.17-11v A Hindoo Family
Cabinet card.
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12 recto 2011.R.17-12r Mahomedan Young Gentlemen
Cabinet card.
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12 verso 2011.R.17-12v A Kurrachee Nobleman
Cabinet card.
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13 recto 2011.R.17-13r Hindoo Cotton Brokers
Cabinet card.
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13 verso 2011.R.17-13v Parsee Boys and Girls
Cabinet card portrait of five siblings.
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14 recto 2011.R.17-14r Parsee Young Scholars
Cabinet card.
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14 verso 2011.R.17-14v A Parsee Lad
Cabinet card.
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15 recto 2011.R.17-15r The Hon'ble Nanabhai Hurrydass, Late Act. Judge High Court
Cabinet card.
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15 verso 2011.R.17-15v [Female Rulers and Royalty]
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1 2011.R.17-15v.1 H.H. the Beghum of Bhopal
Standing portrait of Shāhjahāṉ Begum of Bhopal taken by Bourne & Shepherd in the early 1870s.
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2 2011.R.17-15v.2 H.H. Jumnabai of Baroda
This portrait was made by Bourne & Shepherd in 1875.
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3 2011.R.17-15v.3 H.H. Jumnabai Young Gaekwar & his Sister Princess Jarabai of Baroda
This portrait was made by Bourne & Shepherd in 1875.
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4 2011.R.17-15v.4 [Unidentified Female Royal]
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16 recto 2011.R.17-16r Hindoo Ladies (I)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-16r.1 [Woman with Her Arm Resting on the Back of a Chair]
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2 2011.R.17-16r.2 [Woman with Her Arm Resting on a Table]
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3 2011.R.17-16r.3 [Woman on a Sofa]
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4 2011.R.17-16r.4 [Portrait Bust of a Young Woman]
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16 verso 2011.R.1-16v Hindoo Ladies (II)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-16v.1 [Two Women, One Seated, One Standing]
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2 2011.R.17-16v.2 [Seated Woman with Her Arm Resting on a Table]
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3 2011.R.17-16v.3 [Woman Standing with Her Arm on a Stack of Books]
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4 2011.R.17-16v.4 [Woman with a Little Boy Sitting on a Table]
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17 recto 2011.R.17-17r Hindoo Ladies (III)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-17r.1 [Three-quarter Length Portrait of Seated Woman]
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2 2011.R.17-17r.2 [Two Women and a Girl]
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3 2011.R.17-17r.3 [Seated Woman Wearing a Shawl]
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4 2011.R.17-17r.4 [Seated Woman with Her Arm on a Table and Her Legs Crossed]
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17 verso 2011.R.17-17v Hindoo Songstresses (I)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-17v.1 [Three Female Musicians]
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2 2011.R.17-17v.2 [Woman with Her Hand to Her Head]
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3 2011.R.17-17v.3 [Seated Woman]
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4 2011.R.17-17v.4 [Two Standing Woman Flanking a Seated Woman]
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18 recto 2011.R.17-18r Hindoo Songstresses (II)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-18r.1 [Two Women at a Table]
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2 2011.R.17-18r.2 [Woman Seated next to a Vase of Flowers]
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3 2011.R.17-18r.3 [Two Women Seated on the Ground, One Holding a Scarf]
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4 2011.R.17-18r.4 [Four Male Musicians and a Female Singer]
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18 verso 2011.R.17-18v [Male Rulers I]
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1 2011.R.17-18v.1 H.H. the Nizam of Hydrabad
Portrait of the Nizam as a child.
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2 2011.R.17-18v.2 H.H. the Gaekwar of Baroda
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3 2011.R.17-18v.3 H.H. Ruunjeetsing
Photographic reproduction of a print. Printed below image: Late Maharajah Runjeet Singh.
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4 2011.R.17-18v.4 H.H. Scindia
Photographic reproduction of a print.
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19 recto 2011.R.17-19r [Male Rulers II]
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1 2011.R.17-19r.1 H.H. the Late Ameer of Cabul Sheralli
Seated portrait of Sher Ali (1825-1879; Amir of Afghanistan from 1863 to 1879), wearing a heavy coat and astrakhan hat and holding a rifle; taken by John Burke in 1869.
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2 2011.R.17-19r.2 H.H. the Rao of Cutch
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3 2011.R.17-19r.3 H.H. the Raja of Drangdra
H.H. Man Singh, Raja of Dhrangadhra (1837-1900).
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4 2011.R.17-19r.4 H.H. the Thakore of Gondul
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19 verso 2011.R.17-19v [Male Rulers III]
Page title devised.
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1 2011.R.17-19v.1 H.H. the Maharaja of Mysore
Chamarajendra Wadiyar X (1863-1894) was the twenty-third maharaja of the Kingdom of Mysore (1868-1894). The portrait was taken by Bourne & Shepherd in 1877.
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2 2011.R.17-19v.2 H.H. the Nawab of Bhavulpore
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3 2011.R.17-19v.3 H.H. the Rana of Oodeypore
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4 2011.R.17-19v.4 H.H. the Nawab of Oolwar
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20 recto 2011.R.17-20r [Male Rulers IV]
Page title devised.
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1 2011.R.17-20r.1 H.H. the Nawab of Rampore
Nawab of Rampur.
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2 2011.R.17-20r.2 H.H. the Raja of Kolapore
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3 2011.R.17-20r.3 H.H. the Nawab of Joonaghur
Shri Diwan Nawab Sir Muhammad Mahabat Khanji II Bahadur Khanji, Nawab Sahib of Junagadh (1838-1882; ruled 1851-1882)
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4 2011.R.17-20r.4 H.H. the Nawab of Pallitana
Nawab of Palitana.
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20 verso 2011.R.17-20v [Male Rulers and Chieftans]
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1 2011.R.17-20v.1 The Chief of Raykote
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2 2011.R.17-20v.2 The Chief of Alwar
HH Maharao Raja Shri Sheodan Singhji Veerendra Shiromani Dev Bharat Prabhakar Bahadur, Maharao Raja of Alwar (1857 - 1874).
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3 2011.R.17-20v.3 Sons of H.H. the Late Rao of Cutch
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4 2011.R.17-20v.4 H.H. Kalooba of Jamunggur
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21 recto 2011.R.17-21r [Ministers and Rulers]
Page title devised.
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1 2011.R.17-21r.1 Sir Sular Jung the Nizam's Minister
Sir Mir Turab Ali Khan, Salar Jung I, GCSI (1829–1883) was Prime Minister of Hyderabad State from 1853 until his death in 1883. He was also the regent for the young Nizam, Asaf Jah VI, from 1869 to 1883.
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2 2011.R.17-21r.2 Raja Sir T. Madhowrao the Gaekwar's Minister
Copy of a photograph by Photographie Parisienne, Bombay. Raja Sir Tanjore Madhava Rao, KCSI (1828–1891) was an Indian statesman, civil servant, administrator, and politician.
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3 2011.R.17-21r.3 A Hindoo Chief of the Deccan
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4 2011.R.17-21r.4 H.H. Aga Khān
Aga Khan II (1830-1885) became the 47th Imam of the Nizari Ismaili Muslims in 1881.
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21 verso 2011.R.17-21v [Male Rulers and a Chieftan]
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1 2011.R.17-21v.1 The Eldest Son of H.H. Aga Khān
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2 2011.R.17-21v.2 The Chief of Edur
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3 2011.R.17-21v.3 H.H. the Nawab of Kissenghur
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4 2011.R.17-21v.4 H.H. Akbar Khān of Cabul
Photographic reproduction of a colored lithograph portrait of Wāzir Akbar Khān (b. Mohamed, 1816-1845), the leader of the revolt against the British in Kabul during the First Anglo-Afghan War.
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22 recto 2011.R.17-22r Hindoo Mythological Idols (I)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-22r.1 [Statue of Ganesha and a Daşi]
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2 2011.R.17-22r.2 [Baby Ganesha with Shiva and Parvati]
Photographic reproduction of a painting.
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3 2011.R.17-22r.3 [Sixteen-armed Vishnu]
Photographic reproduction of a painting.
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4 2011.R.17-22r.4 Native Musicians
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22 verso 2011.R.17-22v Hindoo Mythological Idols (II)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page.
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1 2011.R.17-22v.1 [Vishnu]
Photographic reproduction of a painting.
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2 2011.R.17-22v.2 [Krishna]
Photographic reproduction of a painting.
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3 2011.R.17-22v.3 [Hanuman]
Photographic reproduction of a painting.
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4 2011.R.17-22v.4 [Worshipping a God]
Photographic reproduction of a print.
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23 recto 2011.R.17-23r Hindu Mythological Idols (III)
Page title from the caption written across the top of the page. All of the images are of statues.
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1 2011.R.17-23r.1 [Krishna]
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2 2011.R.17-23r.2 [Shiva and Parvati]
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3 2011.R.17-23r.3 [Krishna without His Flute]
Photographic reproduction of a print.
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4 2011.R.17-23r.4 [Ganesha]
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23 verso 2011.R.17-23v The Late Raja of Kalopore
Cabinet card.
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Back free endpaper recto 2011.R.17-bfer Recto of back free endpaper
The binder's ticket pasted near the gutter reads: W. Butcher and Son / Blackheath / London S.E.
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Back free endpaper verso 2011.R.17-bfev Verso of back free endpaper
Back free endpaper verso 2011.R.17-bpe Back paste down endpaper
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Back cover 2011.R.17-bc Back cover


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