BAKER, WILLIAM H., AND JOHN BURKE.
Album containing 96 photographs by William H. Baker and John Burke, albumen prints, mounted, 46 of which are approximately 9 x 11½ inches and 50 of which are cartes-de-visite and cabinet portraits, the larger images mostly signed and numbered in negative and captioned below in manuscript, oblong folio, album leaves remounted on stubs in modern buckram.
Images include: Srinagar and other parts of Kashmir (12), Maharaja of Jammu and Kashmir and his court, Fort Attock, Murree, Lahore, Amritsar, Peshawar, Benares, Lucknow, Cawnpore, Agra, Delhi. Many with Baker and Burke's characteristically rich tonal range.
Apparently compiled for a Scotsman, judging from the portraits, which are tartan-filled and include Aberdeen-born William Jenkyns (First Assistant Political Officer to the British Embassy at Kabul, killed during the attack on September 3, 1879).