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    Barnard Collection: Photographs mainly relating to the Barnard Institute of Radiology, Madras.
  1. Mss Eur C261/(2)
    Arrival of Their Excellencies at the Cenotaph at Madras. Received by Deputy Chief Commissioner Barnard. Madras Scouts mounted a Guard of Honour. 
    Unknown
    11 Nov 1937

  2. Mss Eur C261/(3)
    His Excellency Lord Erskine laying a wreath at the Madras war memorial on the anniversary of Armistice Day. 
    Unknown
    11 Nov 1937

  3. Mss Eur C261/(4)
    His Excellency Lord Erskine and Lady Marjorie leaving the Cenotaph [after laying a wreath on Armistice Day]. 
    Unknown
    11 Nov 1937

  4. Mss Eur C261/(5)
    His Excellency Lord Erskine and Lady Marjorie leaving the Cenotaph after laying a wreath on Nov 11th 1937. 
    Unknown
    11 Nov 1937

    Monro Collection: Scrapbook of Mary Caroline, Lady Monro.
  5. Mss Eur D783/9(52)
    Armistice Celebration on the Ridge, Simla, 11th November 1918. 
    Unknown
    11 Nov 1918

    Sir Montagu Sherard Dawes Butler Collection: Photograph Album covering the period 1928-31 as Governor of the Central Provinces.
  6. Mss Eur F225/47(120)
    Royal Signals March past H.E. with their mascots and pipe band, Nov. 11 1930. 
    Unknown
    11 Nov 1930

  7. Mss Eur F225/47(128)
    Prints 128-131: Prince of Wales Volunteers Band and Regiment, Armistice Day Parade, Jubbulpore, 1930. 
    Unknown
    1930

  8. Mss Eur F225/47(256)
    Prints 256-261: Armistice Day Ceremonies, Jubbulpore, 1931. 
    Unknown
    1931


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