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Overview

Biographical Note

Scope and Contents of the Collection

Arrangement of the Collection

Restrictions

Access Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Photographs of Western India, Volume I: Costumes and Characters

Series 2: Photographs of Western India, Volume II: Scenery, Public Buildings

Series 3: Photographs of Western India, Volume III: Scenery, Public Buildings

Southern Methodist University

Photographs of Western India

A Guide to the Collection



Overview

Creator: Johnson, William
Title: Photographs of Western India
Inclusive Dates: circa 1855-1862
Abstract: Large three volume red leather bound set with gold embossed lettering entitled, Photographs of Western India. Volume I contains views of men, women and children of various sects, professions and workers; some are composite photographs. Volumes II and III include views and panoramas, of cities and towns, many in Mumbai (Bombay), temples, churches, boats, ships, harbors, rivers, railroads, palace ruins, caves, and forts. Each photograph is numbered underneath in pencil. Many have the negative number visible on the print having been scratched in the negative. Some images possibly in collaboration with or by William Henderson, Charles Scott, Henry Hinton, Narayan Darjee, George R. Ballinger, H.D. Rae, A.Z. [Albert Zorn], and Capt. Allan N. Scott. Ex libris of British diplomat and Governor of Bombay, Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere.
Accession No: Ag2002.1407x
Extent: 3 boxes (5 linear feet)
Language: Material is in English
Repository DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University

Biographical Note

Bangalore Hamalls, or Bearers

Bangalore Hamalls, or Bearers, ca. 1855-1862, by William Johnson

Although information on British photographer William Johnson is scarce, it is recorded that Johnson worked as a clerk from 1848 until 1851 in Bombay [Mumbai]. In 1852, Johnson was promoted to the position of an assistant in the General Department in Girgaum, Bombay, and worked as an assistant throughout Mumbai until 1860-1861. Although Johnson was trained as a civil servant, he practiced photography extensively, and, as early as 1852, he had established a photography studio in Grant Road producing daguerreotypes and subsequently albumen prints made from wet plate collodion negatives.

Johnson was one of the founding members of the Bombay Photographic Society in 1854, and served as the society’s Joint Secretary, as well as co-editor of its journal. In 1856, the Bombay Photographic Society published the Indian Amateur’s Photographic Album, of which Johnson would become one of the main contributors. For a brief period in 1858, Johnson partnered with William Henderson to create photographs for the Indian Amateur’s Photographic Album, which ran for a total of 36 issues from 1856-1858.

The individual photographs taken by Johnson and illustrated in Photographs of Western India served as visual indications of a culture and landscape. The images were, according to Stuart Macmillan, “designed to present an exotic image of India, both to function as souvenirs for local residents, and to fuel the imaginations and preconceptions of the British at home by providing images of a distant empire.”¹

A number of Johnson’s photographs were reused from the Indian Amateur’s Photographic Album for Johnson’s Photographs of Western India, and a few years after the Indian Amateur’s Photographic Album ceased publication, a number of photographs from it reappeared in Johnson’s publication The Oriental Races and Tribes, Residents and Visitors of Bombay (1863 and 1866). The Oriental Races and Tribes, Residents and Visitors of Bombay, authored and photographically illustrated by Johnson, is considered the first ethnologic writing on India published with photographs.

As the records kept of civil servants in India are minimal, no birth or death dates can be provided for William Johnson. However, Johnson last appears in India’s Resident list in 1861 in Bombay, indicating his presence in India at least until that date.

1. Stuart Macmillan, “Colonial Representations of British India: A Description and Analysis of the First Twenty-Four Issues of The Indian Amateur’s Photographic Album” (Thesis, Ryerson University, 2011), 60.

Sources:

Falconer, John. India: Pioneering Photographers: 1850-1900. London: British Library, 2001.

Falconer, John, and Satish Sharma. A Shifting Focus: Photography in India, 1850-1900. London: British Library, 1995.

“India Albums.” Email message to John Falconer from Anne E. Peterson, August 13, 2003.

Johnson, Robert Flynn. Reverie and Reality: Nineteenth Photographs of India from the Ehrenfeld Collection. San Francisco: Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, 2003.

Macmillan, Stuart. “Colonial Representations of British India: A Description and Analysis of the First Twenty-Four Issues of The Indian Amateur’s Photographic Album.” Thesis, Ryerson University, 2011.

Worswick, Clark, and Ainslie Embree. The Last Empire: Photography in British India, 1855-1911. Millerton, NY: Aperture, 1976.

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Scope and Contents of the Collection

Photographs of Western India are divided into 3 volumes, holding 290 albumen prints in total. The albums document views of panoramas of cities and towns, temples, churches, boats, ships, harbors, rivers, railroads, palace ruins, caves, forts and a variety of people. Photographs of Western India illustrates the development of Mumbai, formerly Bombay, the cultural and physical landscape and ethnic diversity of India in the mid-nineteenth century. The photographs are 7 ½ x 9 ½ inches, and are titled and numbered underneath in pencil. The titles, printed in a uniform script in volumes I and II, differ from the titles in volume III, which are in a different handwriting. Many photographs have the negative number visible on the print having been scratched in the negative. Research suggests that some images were possibly made in collaboration with or by William Henderson, Charles Scott, Henry Hinton, Narayan Darjee, George R. Ballinger, H.D. Rae, A.Z. [Albert Zorn], and Capt. Allan N. Scott.

The three volumes of Photographs of Western India belonged to Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere, Governor of Mumbai 1862-1867, commonly called Sir Bartle Frere. They were purchased by Everett L. DeGolyer, Jr. sometime before 1977.

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Arrangement of the Collection

The collection is organized into three series:
Series 1: Photographs of Western India, Volume I: Costumes and Characters
Series 2: Photographs of Western India, Volume II: Scenery, Public Buildings
Series 3: Photographs of Western India, Volume III: Scenery, Public Buildings

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Restrictions

Access to Collection:

Collection is open for research use.

Publication Rights:

Permission to publish materials must be obtained from the Director of the DeGolyer Library.

Copyright Statement:

It is the responsibility of the user to obtain copyright authorization.

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Access Terms

This collection is indexed under the following terms in the Southern Methodist University Libraries' online catalog. Researchers desiring related materials may search the catalog using these terms.
East Indians -- Pictorial works.
India -- Views.
Mumbai (India) – Views.
Albumen prints.
Photographs.
Henderson, William.

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Related Material

Bengal-Nagpur Railway, Ag1982.0044x

Album, Roopnarain Bridge, Bengal-Nagpur Railway, Ag1982.0089x

Bengal-Nagpur Railway, Ag1982.0125x

Album, Roopnarain Bridge, 1895-1900, Ag1982.0133x

Hardinge Bridge construction, India, Ag1991.0812x

Digital reproductions of Photographs of Western India are available electronically at http://digitalcollections.smu.edu/cdm/search/collection/eaa/searchterm/Ag2002.1407x/field/all/mode/all/conn/and/cosuppress/

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Photographs of Western India, DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University.

Acquisition Information

Purchase, Everett L. DeGolyer, Jr., prior to 1977.

Provenance

The three volumes of Photographs of Western India belonged to Sir Henry Bartle Edward Frere, Governor of Mumbai 1862-1867, commonly called Sir Bartle Frere.

Processing Information

No processing was required for this bound collection of photographs.

Finding aid written by

Jennifer W. Graham, 2013.

Encoded by

Ada Negraru, 2013.

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Detailed Description of the Collection

 

Series 1:
Photographs of Western India, Volume I: Costumes and Characters
1 Box

The titles are transcribed from the handwritten captions underneath the photographs, including punctuation. Attributions for photographs are in square parenthesis after title.
Box
01 1. Nagar Brahmins [Johnson, William]
2. Nagar Brahmin Women [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
3. Owditch (or Water) Brahmin [Johnson, William]
4. Smarth Brahmins [Johnson, William]
5. Vulabacharya Maharajas [Johnson, William]
6. A Kyast Banian Family of Surat [Johnson, William]
7. Banians of Surat, Gogo and Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
8. Banian Women [Johnson, William]
9. Banians of Damnaggar (Kutch) [Johnson, William]
10. Bhattias [Johnson, William]
11. Bhattia Women [Johnson, William]
12. Rajpoots [Johnson, William]
13. Lowana Women [Johnson, William]
14. Baroots [Johnson, William]
15. Bhats [Johnson, William]
16. Golas or Hereditary Slaves of Kattiawar [Johnson, William]
17. Comfortable Gosavi’s [Johnson, William; Henderson, William]
18. Sadhoos of Gujarat [Johnson, William]
19. Coombhars or Potters [Johnson, William]
20. Dhed Women of Surat [Johnson, William]
21. Goojeratte Children [Johnson, William]
22. Brahmins of the Mahrattee Country [Johnson, William]
23. Brahmin Women of the Konkan [Johnson, William]
24. Canarese Brahmins [Johnson, William]
25. Canarese Brahmin Women [Johnson, William]
26. A Mahratta Chief and his Attendants [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attrib.]
27. Mahratta Women of the Konkan [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
28. Mahrattas of the Dekhan [Johnson, William]
29. Parbhoos [Johnson, William]
30. Parboo Women [Johnson, William]
31. Parbhoo Children [Johnson, William]
32. Camattee Women [Johnson, William]
33. Chambars [Johnson, William]
34. Agrees, or Salt Cultivators of Salsette [Johnson, William]
35. Mangs [Johnson, William]
36. Parsees [Parsis] in Plain and Holiday Attire [Johnson, William]
37. Parsees [Parsis] [Johnson, William]
38. Parsee [Parsi] Ladies [Johnson, William]
39. Parsee [Parsi] Children [Johnson, William]
40. A Parsee [Parsi] Family [Johnson, William]
41. Parsee [Parsi] Priests [Johnson, William]
42. Goojerattee Accountants [Johnson, William]
43. Goojerattee Brokers [Johnson, William]
44. Marwarree Brokers [Johnson, William]
45. Byragees [Johnson, William]
46. Gosaee Women [Johnson, William]
47. Lohannas [Johnson, William]
48. Fisherwomen of Bombay [Johnson, William]
49. Mallees, or Gardeners [Johnson, William]
50. Bhundarees [Johnson, William
51. Bhundaree Women [Johnson, William]
52. Coolies [Johnson, William]
53. Coolie Women [Johnson, William]
54. Wyeds, or Itinerant Doctors [Johnson, William]
55. Bombay Police [Johnson, William]
56. Knife Grinders [Johnson, William] [attributed]
57. Bengalee Shoemakers [Johnson, William]
58. Madrassee Shoemakers [Johnson, William]
59. Bangalore Hamalls, or Bearers [Johnson, William]
60. Camattee Hamalls, or Bearers [Johnson, William]
61. Parwarree Hamalls, or Bearers [Johnson, William]
62. Bengalee Hamalls, or Bearers [Johnson, William]
63. Ghattee Hamalls, or Bearers [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
64. A Native Durbar, or Assembly [Johnson, William]
65. A Hindu Bridegroom [Johnson, William]
A Hindu Bridegroom
66. A Native Chief en Route [Johnson, William]
67. The Cotton Market, Bombay [Johnson, William; Henderson, William]
68. Weighing Cotton, Bombay [Johnson, William; Henderson, William]
69. Hoozoor Puttawallas, or District Peons [Johnson, William; Henderson, William]
70. The Quarter Deck of a Country Ship [Johnson, William]
71. The Nawab of Savanoor and his Sons [Johnson, William]
72. Mahommedan Women of the Dekham [Johnson, William]
73. Mahommedans of the Konkan [Johnson, William]
74. Bohoras [Johnson, William]
75. Mahommedan Women of Surat [Johnson, William]
76. Kojahs [Johnson, William]
77. Mehmans [Johnson, William]
78. Mehman Women [Johnson, William]
79. Mahommedan [Mohammedan] Boatman of Bombay [Johnson, William]
80. Mahommedan [Mohammedan] Beggars [Johnson, William]
81. Bene Israels [Johnson, William]
82. Bene Israel Teachers [Johnson, William; Henderson, William]
83. Assyrian Jews [Johnson, William]
84. Native Christian Women of Salsette, Bombay [Johnson, William]
85. Goanese [Johnson, William]
86. Native Converts to Christianity [Johnson, William]

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Series 2:
Series 2: Photographs of Western India, Volume II: Scenery, Public Buildings
1 Box

The titles are transcribed from the handwritten captions underneath the photographs, including punctuation. Attributions for photographs are in square parenthesis after title.
Box
02 87. A Sketch From Mazagon Hill, Bombay [Johnson, William]
88. View From Mazagon Hill, Bombay [Johnson, William]
89. Jain Temple, Byculla Railway Station, Bombay [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
90. Byculla Church, Bombay, From Western Entrance [Hinton, Henry] [attributed]
91. Byculla Church, Bombay, Eastern Side [Hinton, Henry] [attributed]
92. Byculla Schools, Bombay [Johnson, William]
93. Grant Medical College, Bombay [Johnson, William]
94. Jamsetjee Jyeebhay Hospital, Bombay [Johnson, William]
95. The Jooma Musjeed, Bombay [Hinton, Henry]
96. Cornwallis Monument and Secretariat, Bombay [A. Z. [Albert Zorn?]]
97. The Cathedral, Bombay [Johnson, William; Henderson, William]
98. Front of the Custom House, Bombay [Johnson, William]
99. Old Bombay Green [Johnson, William]
100. Bird’s Eye View of the Esplanade, Bombay [Ballingal, George R.]
101. Panorama – From the Cathedral, Bombay - No. 1 Looking towards Malabar Point [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
102. Panorama – From the Cathedral, Bombay - No.2 Looking across the Esplanade [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
103. Panorama – From the Cathedral, Bombay - No.3 The Native Town, towards Mazagon [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
104. Panorama – From the Cathedral, Bombay - No.4 Looking towards Boree Bunder [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
105. Panorama – From the Cathedral, Bombay - No.5 Across old Bombay Green [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
106. Panorama – From the Cathedral, Bombay - No.6 Across the Harbour [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
107. Panorama – From the Cathedral, Bombay - No.7 Looking towards Entrance to Harbour [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
108. Panorama – From the Cathedral, Bombay - No.8 Towards Colaba [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
109. The Scotch Kirk, Bombay [Johnson, William]
110. Bombay, from the Apollo pier [Johnson, William]
111. Bombay Harbour, from the Apollo Pier [Johnson, William]
112. The Cotton Ground, Colaba, Bombay [Johnson, William; Henderson, William]
113. Bombay, from the Grant Buildings [Johnson, William]
114. Grand Buildings and the Harbour, Bombay [Johnson, William]
115. In The Scotch Burial-ground, Bombay [Johnson, William]
116. The Protestant Burial-ground, Bombay, with Malabar Hill in the distance [Johnson, William]
117. In the Protestant Burial-ground, Bombay [Johnson, William]
118. The Chowpattee of Former Days, Bombay [Johnson, William]
119. Part of Malabar Hill, Bombay [Johnson, William; Henderson, William]
120. Old Backbay (Bombay), from Malabar Hill [Johnson, William; Henderson, William]
121. Walkeshwar, Bombay – The Tank [Johnson, William]
122. Walkeshwar, Bombay – Munguldass Temple [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
123. Walkeshwar, Bombay – Temple of Shiva [Johnson, William]
124. Mahaluxmee Temple, Bombay, from the Road [Johnson, William]
125. Mahaluxmee Temple, Bombay, from Seaward [Johnson, William]
126. Mahaluxmee Temple, Bombay – Distant View [Johnson, William]
127. Caves of Elephanta – 1. The Entrance [Johnson, William; Henderson, William]
128. Caves of Elephanta – 2. From right of Entrance [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
129. Caves of Elephanta – 3. The Water Cave [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
130. Caves of Elephanta – 4. Carved Recess [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
131. Caves of Elephanta – 5. The Northern Aisle [Johnson, William; Henderson, William]
132. Caves of Elephanta – 6. From Northern Aisle [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
133. Caves of Elephanta – 7. From the Water Cave [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
134. Caves of Elephanta – 8. The Vista [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
135. Angria’s Colaba – Small Fortalice, used as Prison [Johnson, William]
136. Angria’s Colaba – The Practical Fort [Johnson, William]
137. Angria’s Colaba – Temples inside the Fort [Johnson, William]
138. Angria’s Colaba – Hindu Temple in the Village [Johnson, William]
139. Gorabunder near Bassein – The Landing [Johnson, William]
140. Gorabunder near Bassein – Collector’s Lodge [Johnson, William]
141. Gorabunder near Bassein – View near Collector’s Lodge [Johnson, William]
142. Bassein, Ruins of – Inside the Inner Fort [Johnson, William]
143. Bassein, Ruins of – Entrance to the Inner Fort [Johnson, William]
144. Bassein, Ruins of – St. Paul’s [Johnson, William]
145. Bassein, Ruins of – Inside the Jesuits College [Johnson, William]
146. Bassein, Ruins of – Ruined Tower [Johnson, William]
147. Bassein, Ruins of – St. Francis Xavier [Johnson, William]
148. Bassien, Ruins of – The Benedictine Chapel [Johnson, William]
149. Bassein, Ruins of – Hindoo Temple & Tower [Photographer unknown]
150. Tanna Railway Viaduct [Johnson, William]
151. Tanna Village and Smaller Viaduct [Johnson, William]
152. Tanna Creek [Johnson, William]
153. Railway Viaduct beyond Tanna [Johnson, William]
154. Louisa Point, Matheran [Johnson, William]
155. Ruined Temple of Ambernath, near Callian [Kalyan] [Johnson, William; Henderson, William] [attributed]
156. Ruined Temple of Ambernath, near Callian [Kalyan] – Eastern Portico [Johnson, William]
157. Ruined Temple of Ambernath, near Callian [Kalyan] – Side View [Johnson, William]
158. Ruined Temple of Ambernath, near Callian [Kalyan] – Principal Entrance [Johnson, William]
159. Caves of Kanheri, in Salsette – View of Temple [Johnson, William]
160. Caves of Kanheri, in Salsette – A Monastery [Johnson, William]
161. Caves of Kanheri, in Salsette – The Ravine [Johnson, William]
162. Caves of Kanheri, in Salsette – From head of the Ravine [Johnson, William]
163. Caves of Kanheri, in Salsette – Double Storied Monastery [Johnson, William]
164. Caves of Kanheri, in Salsette – The Hill [Johnson, William]
165. On the Bhore Ghaut – Viaduct, unfinished [Johnson, William]
166. On the Bhore Ghaut – Laying down the Rails [Johnson, William]
167. On the Bhore Ghaut – Tunnelling [Johnson, William]
168. On the Bhore Ghaut- Rock Cutting [Johnson, William]
169. On the Bhore Ghaut – Blank Arching on hill side [Johnson, William]
170. On the Bhore Ghaut – Reversing Station [Johnson, William]
171. On the Bhore Ghaut – Reversing Station from below [Johnson, William]
172. On the Bhore Ghaut – Duke’s Nose and Station [Johnson, William]
173. On the Bhore Ghaut – Duke’s Nose and Station, from Bungalow [Johnson, William]
174. On the Bhore Ghaut – Village of Khandalla [Johnson, William]
175. On the Bhore Ghaut – Khandalla Railway Station [Scott, Charles] [attributed]
176. Caves of Karlie – 1. The Approach [Scott, Charles] [attributed]
177. Caves of Karlie – 2. Entrance to Principal Cave [Scott, Charles] [attributed]
178. Caves of Karlie – 3. Carving, right of Entrance [Scott, Charles] [attributed]
179. Caves of Karlie – 4. Perspective View of Entrance [Scott, Charles] [attributed]
180. Caves of Karlie – 5. Left Recess of Porch [Scott, Charles] [attributed]
181. Caves of Karlie – 6. The Interior [Scott, Charles] [attributed]
182. Caves of Karlie – 7. Attendant Musicians [Scott, Charles] [attributed]
183. Caves of Karlie – 8. The Hill, with Hermitages [Scott, Charles] [attributed]
184. Lanowlee Railway Station [Johnson, William]
185. Wassind Railway Station [Johnson, William]
186. Railway Viaduct on the Thul Ghaut line [Johnson, William]

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Series 3:
Series 3: Photographs of Western India, Volume III: Scenery, Public Buildings
1 Box

The titles are transcribed from the handwritten captions underneath the photographs, including punctuation. Attributions for photographs are in square parenthesis after title.
Box
03 No number. Elphinstone College- Gift of Sir Cowajee Jehangheer Ready money to the City of Bombay [Johnson, William]
No number. Sassoon Hospital, Poona. Gift of Sir David Sassoon to the City of Poona [Johnson, William]
187. [Boats] [Johnson, William]
188. English Steamer in Bombay Harbour [Johnson, William]
189. Town Hall, Bombay. Cotton Green – before Elphinstone Circle was built [Johnson, William; Henderson, William]
190. Tanna? [Johnson, William]
191. House of Messer Forbes & Co. before the Ephinstone Circle was built [Johnson, William]
192. [Fort, Bombay?] [Johnson, William]
193. [Shoreline, Bombay?] [Johnson, William]
194. Roman Catholic Cathedral, Bombay? [incorrect citation for Bom Gesu Church, Goa.] [Johnson, William; Henderson, William]
195. Portuguese Church [Johnson, William]
196. Ruined Portuguese Church, Bassien [Johnson, William]
197. Bassien [Johnson, William]
198. Tombs of the early English Settlers, Surat. Tomb of Sir Geo. Oxenden who defended the English Factory against Sivajee [Rae, H.D.] [attributed]
199. Mahomedan Tomb, Bombay [Johnson, William]
200. Ruined Mosque, Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
201. Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
202. Tombs, Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
203. Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
204. Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
205. Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
206. Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
207. Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
208. Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
209. Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
210. Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
211. Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
212. Tombs of the Queens, Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
213. Outlet of the Tank Sirkejan, Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
214. Ahmedabad [Johnson, William]
215. Cotton awaiting transport, Thull Ghaut? [Johnson, William]
216. Ghaut incline G.I.P.Ry [Great Indian Peninsular Railway] [Johnson, William]
217. Ghaut incline Great Indian Peninsular Railway. [Johnson, William]
218. Ghaut incline G.I.P.Ry [Great Indian Peninsular Railway] [Johnson, William]
219. Ghaut, G.I.P.Ry [Great Indian Peninsular Railway] [Johnson, William]
220. Thull Ghaut incline , old road with Cotton Bullocks – G.I.P.Ry. [Great Indian Peninsular Railway] [Johnson, William]
221. Ghaut incline G.I.P.Ry [Great Indian Peninsular Railway] [Johnson, William]
222. Thull Ghaut incline G.I.P.Ry [Great Indian Peninsular Railway] [Johnson, William]
223. Cotton Thull(?) Ghaut G.I.P.Ry [Great Indian Peninsular Railway] [Johnson, William]
224. Cotton Carts, Thull ghaut [Johnson, William]
225. Hindoo Temples on the Chrisna R. [Krishna River] at Waee, Sattara [Johnson, William]
226. Waee [Johnson, William]
227. Waee [Johnson, William]
228. Waee [Johnson, William]
229. Source of Chrisna R. [Krishna River] Mahabuleshwar [Johnson, William]
230. Mahabuleshwar [Johnson, William]
231. Rock cut Buddhist Temples [Johnson, William]
232. Rock cut Temples [Johnson, William]
233. Rock cut Temples, Ellora [Elora] [Scott, Capt. Allan N.] [attributed]
234. Bore Ghaut? [Bhor Ghat, Bor Ghat or Bhore Ghaut] [Johnson, William]
235. Bore Ghaut? [Bhor Ghat, Bor Ghat or Bhore Ghaut] [Johnson, William]
236. Bore Ghaut [Bhor Ghat, Bor Ghat or Bhore Ghaut] [Johnson, William]
237. “Dahei Nose” Bore Ghaut [Bhor Ghat, Bor Ghat or Bhore Ghaut] [Johnson, William]
238. Bore Ghaut [Bhor Ghat, Bor Ghat or Bhore Ghaut] [Johnson, William]
239. Bore Ghaut [Bhor Ghat, Bor Ghat or Bhore Ghaut] [Johnson, William]
240. Bore Ghaut [Bhor Ghat, Bor Ghat or Bhore Ghaut] [Johnson, William]
241. [Indian Village] [Johnson, William]
242. Bore Ghaut [Bhor Ghat, Bor Ghat or Bhore Ghaut] [Johnson, William]
243. Bore Ghaut [Bhor Ghat, Bor Ghat or Bhore Ghaut] [Johnson, William]
244. [Train on Bridge] [Johnson, William]
245. [Depot] [Johnson, William]
246. [Railroad Bridge] [Johnson, William]
247. [Temple] [Johnson, William]
248. [River with Fort?] [Johnson, William]
249. Jamsetji Bend, Khandalla [Johnson, William]
250. Deccan Carts [Johnson, William]
251. Maharatta Temple [Johnson, William]
252. Maharatta/Poona/Temple [Johnson, William]
253. Rain Bagh Tank, Poona [Johnson, William]
254. Parbutti Temple in Poona [Johnson, William]
255. Parbutti Temple in Poona [Johnson, William]
256. Maharatta Temple [Johnson, William]
257. Parbutti Temple [Johnson, William]
258. St. Mary’s Church Poona. The oldest Church in the Deccan [Hinton, Henry]
259. Temple of Kundoba Jajoori [Johnson, William]
260. Sacred Pepul Tree & Tank [Johnson, William]
261. Hindu Temple [Johnson, William]
262. Temple of Gunpathi Wall [Johnson, William]
263. River Chrisna [Krishna River] & Temple Wall [Johnson, William]
264. Wall? At Sultana? [Johnson, William]
265. Mahowlee near Sultana [Johnson, William]
266. Mahowlee near Sultana [Johnson, William]
267. Temple of Siva [Shiva] [Johnson, William]
268. Temple of Siva [Shiva] (Mabades)Source of Chrisna [Krishna] Mahabuleshwar [Johnson, William]
269. Temples at Source of Chrisna [Krishna] Mahabuleshwar [Johnson, William]
270. Mahabuleshwar Temples [Johnson, William]
271. [Tree and Bridge] [Johnson, William]
272. Ruins of Palace Beejapoor [Bijapur] [Hinton, Henry] [attrib]
273. Citadel Beejapoor [Bijapur] [Johnson, William]
274. Beejapoor [Bijapur] [Johnson, William]
275. Palace Beejapoor [Bijapur] [Johnson, William]
276. Beejapoor [Bijapur] [Johnson, William]
277. Ibrahim Roza, Beejapoor [Bijapur] (Tomb of King Ibrahim)
278. The Maliki maidan (Level of the Plain) The Beejapoor [Bijapur] great gun [Johnson, William]
279. Great Sun Beejapoor [Bijapur] [Johnson, William]
280. Asar Mahal (Shrine wherein rest 3 hairs of Mohomets Beard) Beejapoor [Bijapur] [Johnson, William]
281. Tomb of King Mahomed [Johnson, William]
282. Tombs of Negro Nobles Beejapoor [Bijapur] [Hinton, Henry]
283. The Great Tank Beejapoor [Bijapur] [Hinton, Henry] [attributed]
284. Meter Mehal (The Sweepers Palace), beejapoor [Bijapur] [Johnson, William]
285. Beejapoor [Bijapur] [Johnson, William]
286. Juma Masjid Great Mosque, Beejapoor [Bijapur] [Johnson, William]
287. [Bridge Construction] [Johnson, William]
No number. Bombay Harbour. Prong’s Lighthouse – 25 April 1874 [Johnson, William]

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