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Works from 1903

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Image Name
Lives of the Presidents - Book Display I (1903)
The Durbar - A Hindoo Hill-shepherd of Kashmir (1903)
The Durbar - Armoured Horses (1903)
The Durbar - Lady Curzon (1903)
The Durbar - Bombay Retainers (1903)
The Durbar - A Pathan Horseman (1903)
The Durbar - Burmese at the State Elephants Entry (1903)
The Durbar - Jaipur Elephants (1903)
The Durbar - A Typical Baluch (1903)
The Durbar - A Famous Led Horse in the Retinue of the Rao of Cutch (1903)
The Durbar - A Royal Retainer of Rajgarh (1903)
Lives of the Presidents - Charge of American Troops at San Juan Hill, July 1, 1898 (1903)
The Durbar - A Kashmiri Soldier (1903)
Lives of the Presidents - Back Cover (1903)
The Durbar - A Soldier of His Highness Dogra Sowar (1903)
The Durbar - An Elephant from Jaipur (1903)
The Durbar - An Elephant of Central India (1903)
The Durbar - On Durbar Day (1903)
The Durbar - A Retainer from Rajgarh (1903)
The Durbar - A Shan Chief and his Wife (1903)
The Durbar - An Armed Retainer of the Bombay Chiefs (1903)
The Durbar - Scene outside the Railway Station during the Delhi Durbar (1903)
The Durbar - A Horse fromm Jodhpur (1903)
The Durbar - An Elephant and Retainers from Bikanir (1903)
The Durbar - A Famous Dancing Horse - Bombay Chiefs' Camp (1903)
The Durbar - Akalis Fanatical Devotee (1903)
Lives of the Presidents - Book Display I (1903)
The Durbar - A Mounted Mace-bearer (1903)
The Durbar - Bodyguard of His Highness Dogra Sowar Kashmir (1903)
The Durbar - A Retainer from Dhar (1903)
The Durbar - Spear-bearerfrom Jind (1903)
The Durbar - Front Cover (1903)
The Durbar - The Gold and Silver Cannons of Baroda (1903)
The Durbar - Watching the Pageant (1903)
The Durbar - Lord Kitchener (1903)
The Durbar - Baluch Chiefs on Durbar Day (1903)
The Durbar - Emblem-bearers of Cutch (1903)
The Durbar - Armed Camel Riders from Bikanir (1903)
The Durbar - A Jaipur Horseman (1903)
The Durbar - A Retainer of the Shan Chiefs (1903)
The Durbar - On the Alipur Road (1903)
The Durbar - A Retainer from Cutch (1903)
The Durbar - Late Afternoon (1903)
The Durbar - A Retainer from Alwar (1903)
The Durbar - A Typical Group in the Retainers' Procession (1903)
The Durbar - An Elephant from the Sandy Wastes of Rajputana (1903)
The Durbar - A Soldier of the Maharaja of Sikkim (1903)
The Durbar - A Distinguished Native Regiment (1903)
The Durbar - Camels from Mysore (1903)
The Durbar - Viceroy reviewing the Troops (1903)
The Durbar - Veterans of the Mutiny on the Great Day (1903)
The Durbar - Native Bards from the Cutch State (1903)
The Durbar - Shan Retainers carrying Brass Gong (1903)
The Durbar - A Standard-bearer (1903)
The Durbar - A Retainer from Central India (1903)
The Durbar - A Standard-bearer of Cutch (1903)
The Durbar - From Rajgarh (1903)
The Durbar - Lord and Lady Curzon entering Delhi (1903)
Lives of the Presidents - Title Page (1903)
The Durbar - A Retainer of Rajgarh (1903)
The Durbar - A Rajput of Rajgarh (1903)
The Durbar - Camelry from Alwar (1903)
The Durbar - A Camel Rider from Kota (1903)
The Durbar - A Swivel-gun Bearer from Rajputana (1903)
The Durbar - Lord Curzon in his Study at Delhi (1903)
Lives of the Presidents - Front Cover (1903)
The Durbar - Horseman at the Bombay Camp (1903)
The Durbar - A Rajput of Rajgarh (1903)
The Durbar - A Native Bullock-cart from Bikanir (1903)
The Durbar - Lord Curzon and the Duchess Connaught on their Way to the Retainers' Show (1903)
The Durbar - Some Native Vehicles (1903)
The Durbar - From the Hills, Baluchistan (1903)
The Durbar - Armoured Horsemen of Kishengarh (1903)
The Durbar - On the Steps of the Jumma Masjid (1903)
The Durbar - A Blaze of Sun (1903)
The Durbar - A Formidable Warrior of Rewa (1903)
The Durbar - Bombay Chiefs' Camp (1903)
The Durbar - Two Baluch Chiefs (1903)
The Durbar - The Imperial Cadet Corps at the Durbar (1903)
Lives of the Presidents - Death of Captain Lawrence of the Chesapeake (
The Durbar - The State Entry : A Distinguished Maharaja (1903)
The Durbar - In the Retainers' Procession (1903)
The Durbar - A Kashmiri Pundat (1903)
The Durbar - A Hawksman of Rajgarh (1903)
The Durbar - His Highness the Maharaja of Patiala (1903)
The Durbar - Spear-bearers from Cutch (1903)
The Durbar - A Street Scene (1903)
Lives of the Presidents - General Lee Signing the Terms of Peace Drawn up by General Grant (1903)
The Durbar - State Entry (1903)
The Durbar - Chiefs of the Shan State (1903)
The Durbar - A Sikh Spear-bearer (1903)
The Durbar - Quilted Soldiers of Kishengarh (1903)
The Durbar - Title Page (1903)
The Durbar - A Slipper-maker (1903)
The Durbar - Shan Chief at the Durbar (1903)
The Durbar - Native Horsemen in the Review of Native Retainers (1903)
The Durbar - The Shan Chiefs' Retainers at the Native Review (1903)
The Durbar - Away from the Show (1903)
The Durbar - One of the most picturesque Groups in the Retainers' Procession (1903)
The Durbar - A State Elephant in all its Trappings (1903)
The Durbar - A Retainer of the Maharaja of Cutch (1903)
The Durbar - Of the Imperial Cadet Corps (1903)
The Durbar - A Performing Horse from the Alwar State (1903)
The Durbar - Shan Chiefs watching the Durbar (1903)
The Durbar - A Sikh Warrior (1903)
The Durbar - The Maharaja of Nabha (1903)
Lives of the Presidents - General Taylor at the Battle of Monterey (1903)
The Durbar - A Tailor (1903)
The Durbar - A Retainer from Jind (1903)
The Durbar - A Beggar (1903)
Lives of the Presidents - General Jackson at the Battle of New Orleans (1903)
The Durbar - An Akalis Fanatical Devotee (1903)

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