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Título: Photograph Album of The Time of Lord Minto ...
Editorial: Private Albumj, Calcutta
Año de publicación: 1915
Encuadernación: Hard Backed
Central Provinces Calcutta during the time of Lord Minto and later An albums of photographs covering the period of from about 1905 put together by a member of the family of Francis [Frank] Angelo Theodore Phillips, Chief Commissioner of the Central Provinces from 1909. The album is approximately 15 x 10.5 ins and has photographs to both sides of the leaves with photographs up to 14 x 8ins or 11 x 9ins. Bound in sand coloured cloth titled ALBUM to front board, has 33 leaves of images plus a few unused at the rear. The binding is worn at the extremities and the front board is splitting along the endpaper hinge. Most of the photographs appear to be from the first decade of the 20th century and few of them are identified. However a large formal group portrait by Johnston & Hoffmann shows the Viceroy Lord Minto with his Legislative Council which includes F A T Phillips in the rear row close to Kunwar Sahib Sir Ranbir Singh of Patiala. This photograph has the great advantage of having the original J & T list of the sitters pasted to the facing page. Another large 14 x 9.5ins photograph shows Lord Minto in the ornate setting of the old Council Room on the occasion [25th January 1910] of the opening of the new legislative council. [see John Buchan " Lord Minto. Nelson 1924, for a close-up view of Minto making his speech, p3 00 ]. It was less than a yerar later that George V announced in Durbar that the capital and government of India was to be moved to Delhi There are five other large group portraits of Governors or Commissioners with staff and some family, including several uniformed aides de camp. There are two pen and ink drawings and several smaller photos of the Residency at Pachmari [the hill station summer seat of government for the Central Provinces, many family photos, portraits of a few officers, two pages of hunting scenes including a very good 8 x 6ins picture of a lady hunter with her shikari and an impressive array of north Indian and Himalayan trophies. Size: 15 x 11ins Oblong Folio. N° de ref. de la librería 008079
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