• Cave of Yenoshima [Enoshima, Eno-shima]

    Enoshima is a small island in Sagami Bay, directly below Tokyo bay. The entire island was dedicated to the goddess Benzaiten (Benten) until the Meiji government repossessed it and sold it to investors…

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  • King's House, Kachur, Lucknow

    An unidentified building, possibly located in Lucknow, India.

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  • Hafuya Hotel (Ozashiki) or Parlor.

    A photograph of the interior of the Hafuya Hotel, which was located at Lake Hakone (Lake Ashi or Ashinoko Lake) in the Kanagawa Prefecture on Honshu. The hotel remained open through the Meiji Period (…

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  • unidentified city

    View of a street or boulevard in a city somewhere in India. Shops and stores line both sides of the wide boulevard. The center of the boulevard is wide enough to accommodate park features and a founta…

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  • Convent Snowy Range in distance, Mussoori [Mussoorie]

    The Roman Catholic Convent built at Mussoorie viewed from a mountain pass. Mussoorie is located in the foothills of the Garhwal Himalayan ranges in India.

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  • Sir Hunree Larrance (Henry Lawrence) Tomb, Probably India

    Grace Ward mislabeled this photograph as the Henry Lawrence tomb. It is an image of the 78 Highlanders Monument in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India. The 78 Highlander Regiment, under the command of Sir H…

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  • Well of knowledge

    Gyanvapi Mosque, also known as the Well of Knowledge, is located along the Ganges River in Varanasi (formerly Benares), India. The rear portion of a large statue of a bull in sitting position is visib…

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  • Japan

    One of the many bluffs in Japan looking out onto the ocean. A simple structure stands to the right.

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  • Hill Wood Cutter

    John Edward Sache

    An Indian man poses in this studio photograph as a wood cutter, balancing a pile of wood on his head. He also has a pile of wood strapped to his back.

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  • Palace inside Fort Agra India

    Samuel Bourne

    This photograph is of the Sheesh Mahal (Palace of Mirrors), one of the palaces within the Agra Fort in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, India. This view is looking east toward the Yamuna River and the Taj Mahal,…

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  • Malay girl

    A young girl, possibly Malaysian, poses for a studio portrait. The girl is dressed in fine clothing.

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  • Street in Upper Bazaar, Naini Tal - Upper bazaar - Naini Tal

    Street scene on the Upper Bazaar road in Naini Tal, Uttarakhand, India. The town of Naini Tal was constructed by the British starting in 1841. A British soldier in the center of the photograph is the…

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  • No 133 Bourrieos at Egypte

    A view of four men sitting in saddles upon donkeys, somewhere in Egypt. The men are barefoot.

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  • View of Hakone Lake

    Hakone Lake, also known as Lake Ashi or Ashinoko Lake, is a crater lake well known for its beautiful scenery and hot springs. The lake is located in the Kanagawa Prefecture on Honshu. Two people stand…

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  • Suez Canal

    Hippolyte Arnoux

    Entrance to the Suez Canal at Port Said. Grace Ward wrote on the back of the photograph "Nov 17, 1869 Suez Canal opened - Canal."

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  • rubble

    Slabs of white marble and other building materials litter the lawn surrounding a building complex somewhere in India. A man and a boy survey the rubble.

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  • Temple gate Shiba, Tokio

    Temple gate at the Shiba Park complex, the burial place of many of the Tokugawa Shoguns. A robed man stands at the top of the steps. The gate is built in a Chinese style incorporating bronze work, sto…

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  • View of Shimonoseki, Inland Sea.

    The city of Shimonoseki lies on the southwestern tip of the island of Honshu, at the entrance of the Inland Sea. The city with its torii (traditional gate) is on the left. Fishing boats dot the sea.

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  • Main St. East Nikko

    A view of the town of Nikko, Japan, the burial place of Tokugawa Iemitsu and the founder of the Tokugawa Dynasty (1600-1868), Tokugawa Ieyasu. The Daiya River is partially visible in the right-hand si…

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  • Cave of Elephanta

    John Edward Sache

    Grace Ward confused the Elephanta Caves with the Ellora Caves. This image, depicting the wedding of Hindu gods Shiva and Parvati, is a rock carving in the Ellora Caves. The Ellora Caves and temple com…

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