Archive / Tag: Punjab

  • Jenkyns Papers
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    H.H. Jenkyns, I.C.S. Small Collections Box 14 Given by Mrs. V.W. Jenkyns Xerox copies of letters from Jenkyns to his future wife: 25 March 1908, from Pind Dadan Khan (Jhelum […]
  • Hodson Papers: Box 1
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    Notes on the tribes of the Khaibar (sic) Range, i.e. Afridis, Mullagoris, Shilmanis and Shinwaris, by Colonel R. Warburton, C.S.I. Punjab Government Press, Lahore 10.12.1896. 43pp. Map of Khyber Political […]
  • Herbert Papers
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    (Lt. Col. C. Herbert) Small Collections Box 13 Given by Lady Jenkins ‘Narrative of events connected with the defence of Attock in 1848-49’, by Lt. Col. C. Herbert, Bengal Staff […]
  • Hasan, Masuma Papers
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    Given by Dr. Masuma Hasan Xerox copies of five maps of the Punjab reduced from photographs: Map of the Punjab, showing the proposed boundary line. Scale 1 inch to 24 […]
  • Halland Papers
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    Colonel Gordon Herbert Ramsay Halland. Joined Indian Police Service 1909 and served in Punjab; Principal, Police Training School, Phillour 1921-26; Head of Delhi Police Force 1930-31. Memoir:¬†Punjab Patrol – Some […]
  • Guthrie Papers
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    Colonel. A. Guthrie, R.E. Given by Mrs. B. M. Edwards. Booklet: ‘Opening of Surge Shaft Heading by H.E. the Governor of the Punjab, February 18th, 1931’. Programme and speeches, together […]
  • Gunn Papers: Box 2
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    ‘Report on the Chong Kumdun Dam and the Shyok flood’, by J.P. Gunn, Executive Engineer. The text and the numerous diagrams are printed; there are many photographs. 29 pages of […]
  • Gill Papers
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    Manohar Singh Gill. Joined the Indian Administrative Service in 1958; Registrar of Cooperative Societies, Punjab 1970-72; Secretary to Governor, Punjab 1972; Secretary, National Cooperative Development Corporation 1972-75 when he became […]
  • Fyson Papers
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    Small Collections Box 10 Memoir ‘Lucky Child’ covering Miss Fyson’s childhood in India. Marjory Fyson was the second daughter of Hugh and Margaret Fyson. She was born in 1910 in […]
  • Fortescue-Brickdale Papers
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    Small Collections Box 10 (Lt. J.F. Fortescue-Brickdale) Given by Mr. F. Fortescue-Brickdale Bengal, Madras, U.P. Punjab: 1845 – 1846. Letters from Matthew Brickdale to his parents 1 and 2 July […]