Presbyterian Mission to Etah, India Photo Album, 1917-18, 1921-22 | University of Illinois Archives
Series Number: 35/1/37
Volume: 0.2 cubic feet
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Description: Photo album of a Presbyterian mission to Etah, Etah District, Uttar Pradesh, India (1917-18, 1921-22), contains photographs and handwritten captions with identifications and ethnographic observations of northern India, including Etah-based missionaries, landscapes, villager portraits, a Ganges canal, Christmas tea with Christian Indians, schoolchildren, Indian weddings and bride-groom carts, Aghori (ascetic Shaiva sadhus), funeral pyre, a high caste girls school in Jhansi, a widows' home, mill grinding, bed construction, clothes washing, farming, water carriers, milkmen, house servants, storekeepers, mail carrier, luggage, wood, grass, and coal carriers, cow dung drying, elephants, camels, Woodstock College of Mussoorie, Reverend A. G. McGaw, Mrs. McGaw, Mrs. J. N. Forman, Miss Elizabeth D. Galbreath, and Miss Iva Maye Fish.