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Photographs Album details for shelfmark Photo 592/6

Lord Hardinge of Penshurst Collection: Miscellaneous portraits.

Photographers: W. & D. Downey, Kinsey, C. Mull & Co, J. & H. King, Johnston & Hoffmann, Devare & Co, Raja Deen Dayal & Sons, K.L.Syed and others unknown.
Contents: 11 prints 198x148mm to 218x423mm Various
Provenance: Deposited on permanent loan by the Hon Julian Hardinge, 1980. Collection withdrawn 1997 and subsequently re-purchased, Christie's 'Visions of India' sale, 5 October 1999, lot 250.
Subjects: Indian rulers - viceroys - tiger hunting groups - Hardinge's statue
Description: Loose mounted prints (two framed) including portraits of Hardinge; the rulers of Afghanistan, Bikaner, Hyderabad and Idar; an official group at the Inauguration of New Delhi; a tiger hunting group and the Hardinge statue.

Album contents:-
Photo 592/6(1) [Portrait of Lord Hardinge during a hunt.] 
Photo 592/6(2) [Portrait of Sir Pratap Singh.] 
Photo 592/6(3) [Portrait of Habibullah Khan, Amir of Afghanistan.] 
Photo 592/6(4) [View of the Hardinge statue in New Delhi.] 
Photo 592/6(5) [Group portrait with the Hardinge's, Sir James and Lady Meston and Indian officials, Lucknow.] 
Photo 592/6(6) [Group portrait] New Delhi Inauguration Week. House-party at the Viceroy's House, February 9th-14th 1931. 
Photo 592/6(7) [Portrait of Lord Hardinge with his dog, Simla.] 
Photo 592/6(8) [Detail of a memorial to Lady Hardinge?] 
Photo 592/6(9) [Tiger hunting group.] 
Photo 592/6(10) [Portrait of the Nizam of Hyderabad, Mr Osman Ali Khan.] 
Photo 592/6(11) [Portrait of the Maharaja of Bikaner, Ganga Singh.] 

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