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Photographs Album details for shelfmark Photo 723/4

Jacob Family Collection: Miscellaneous photographs.

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Contents: 31 prints 101x197mm to 137x575mm Gelatine silver prints
Provenance: Purchased.
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Album contents:-
Photo 723/4(1) [Panoramic view of Chengannur Bridge during construction.] 
Photo 723/4(2) Chengannaur Bridge. View of work in progress from downstream. 
Photo 723/4(3) Chengannaur Bridge. South abutment. 
Photo 723/4(4) Chengannaur Bridge. Work in progress on platform. Steel grills being laid for concrete. 
Photo 723/4(5) Chengannaur Bridge. North abutment. 
Photo 723/4(6) Chengannaur Bridge. Boxing for girders & slab before laying concrete. 
Photo 723/4(7) Chengannaur Bridge. North approach road. 76th mile Main Central Road, Kottayam to Trivandrum, Travancore. 
Photo 723/4(8) Chengannaur Bridge. 76th mile Main Central Road, Kottayam to Trivandrum, Travancore. South approach road from Quilon. 
Photo 723/4(9) Chengannaur Bridge, Pambar River, Travancore, S. India. Beneath arches from river bed. 
Photo 723/4(10) Chengannaur Bridge. Approach road on southern bank. 
Photo 723/4(11) Chengannaur Camp Shed. Built for officers use during building of Bridge, now used as 2nd Class Traveller's Bungalow. 
Photo 723/4(12) Varrattar Bridge, Main Central Road thro' Travancore State, 79th mile. Shewing scantlings & piles being screwed into river bed. Maximum flood level of this river is to within 1 or 2 feet of bridge platform. 
Photo 723/4(13) [Chengannur Bridge during construction.] 
Photo 723/4(14) [Panorama] Chengannaur Bridge across Pambar River, Travancore, S. India. Built by L.H.J[acob] 1920/21. Opened to traffic Aug. 1921. Reinforced concrete. 3 spans of 120 feet each. 
Photo 723/4(15) [View of a pony trap driven by a European woman.] 
Photo 723/4(16) [View of the temple and falls at Kuttalam.] 
Photo 723/4(17) [Studio portrait of Lionel and Hilda Jacob.] 
Photo 723/4(18) Jubilee Hall. Designed & erected by A.H. Jacob. 
Photo 723/4(19) [Group portrait] Office chaprassis and house servants of Augustus Hamilton Jacob, Chief Engineer. 
Photo 723/4(20) [View of Cape Comorin?] 
Photo 723/4(21) [Portrait of Lionel Herbert Jacob, Executive Engineer, Travancore State.] 
Photo 723/4(22) [Regimental group] Southern Provinces Mounted Rifles. 
Photo 723/4(23) [Regiment on parade] Southern Provinces Mounted Rifles. 
Photo 723/4(24) [Regimental group] Southern Provinces Mounted Rifles. 
Photo 723/4(25) [Group portrait] Quilon Club Meet, Febry 1924. 
Photo 723/4(26) [View of a thatched bungalow at the foot of a rocky hill. Location unknown.] 
Photo 723/4(27) [Studio portrait of Sir Bala Rama Varma, the Maharaja of Travancore.] 
Photo 723/4(28) [View looking along the drive of the PWD Bungalow, Quilon.] 
Photo 723/4(29) [View looking over the river from the garden of the PWD Bungalow, Quilon.] 
Photo 723/4(30) [General view of the PWD Bungalow, Quilon.] 
Photo 723/4(31) [Garden of the PWD Bungalow, Quilon.] 


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