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Interior view of office in Madras, India.

Interior view of office in Madras, India.

View of group of people at an unknown location in India.

View of group of people at an unknown location in India.

A group of British tennis players photographed in India about 100 years ago.

A group of British tennis players photographed in India about 100 years ago.

Buildings on south east side of the Lal Dighi (BBD Bagh, formerly Dalhousie Square), Kolkata lit at night for the 1912 British royal visit.

Buildings on south east side of the Lal Dighi (BBD Bagh, formerly Dalhousie Square), Kolkata lit at night for the 1912 British royal visit.

Riverside scene with bathers, looking north from Chatulal

Riverside scene with bathers, looking north from Chatulal's Ghat towards Ram Chandra Goenka's Zenana (ladies) ghat, Kolkata.

Group gathered around sweet seller on the Maidan, Kolkata. The group includes non Bengalis, possibly visiting for a festival.

Group gathered around sweet seller on the Maidan, Kolkata. The group includes non Bengalis, possibly visiting for a festival.

Jain Temple complex, Kolkata.

Jain Temple complex, Kolkata.

Group of women and children, probably on the Maidan, Kolkata. The group may be pilgrims from outside Bengal.

Group of women and children, probably on the Maidan, Kolkata. The group may be pilgrims from outside Bengal.

Fishing boat on the Hooghly River in Kolkata.

Fishing boat on the Hooghly River in Kolkata.

Riverbank with bathers and ship, probably from Chandpal Ghat, Kolkata.

Riverbank with bathers and ship, probably from Chandpal Ghat, Kolkata.

 
 
 
 
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