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Clark, H.

Summer scenes in Kashmeer / drawn on stone by J. Needham, Esq., from sketches by Mrs. H. Clark.

London : Lithographed, printed, and published by Day & Son, lithographers to the Queen, 6 Gate Street, Lincoln's-Inn Fields, [1858].
Physical Description:
[2] pages, [12] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 57 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Folio B 2022 8
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Plates published September 1858.
Originally issued in brown wrappers.
BAC Folio B 2022 8: Imperfect: Lacking plate [5], "View of the Hurree Purbut..." Plates are not colored. Plates loose in original brown wrappers, with title page printed on front wrapper.
Subject Terms:
Jammu and Kashmir (India) -- Description and travel -- Pictorial works.
Needham, Joseph, active 1848-1874, lithographer.
Day & Son, publisher, printer, lithographer.

  • Plates: Cottage residences on the Jhelum, provided by Maharajah Goolab Singh for British officers
  • Palace and part of the fort, Srinugur
  • Bridge over the Jhelum, in the city
  • Zearut, containing the shrine of Shah Hamadan
  • View of the Hurree Purbut, from seventh and last bridge in the city, looking up the river
  • View of the city and Jummu Musjeed, from Hurree Purbut
  • Ancient temple on the Tukt-I-Suleman
  • The Kashmeer Lake, from Nusseeb Bagh
  • Ancient temple, Pundruttun, above Srinugur
  • Temple of the Sun, Martund, Islamabad
  • View over the Wulur Lake, and mountains of Ladak, including Nunga Purbut, from slope of Gool Murg Mountain
  • Bapum Reesh, a Moosulman benevolent establishment on the ascent to the Gool Murg Mountain

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