[Photography album documenting the Morant Bay Rebellion in Jamaica (1865), the Indian Northwest Frontier Hazara Campaign (1867-1870), views of Malta, Ireland, Guernsey, Spain, and elsewhere [graphic] / compiled by Alexander Dudgeon Gulland]

Attributed to
Gulland, Alexander Dudgeon [Browse]
Visual material
[between 1860-1880]
1 album (165 photographs) : all ill. ; 38 x 48 cm.


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  • Title based on contents.
  • Medium: Albumen prints
  • Compiled by a British Army officer, attributed to be Alexander Dudgeon Gulland, MD.
  • One hundred and sixty-five albumen photographs (50 Jamaica; 32 India; 64 Malta, Ireland, Guernsey, Spain, and elsewhere).
  • Photographers whose work is identified: 8 photographs by Samuel Bourne; 5 by Giorgio Sommer; 3 by William Lawrence; several by Francis Frith; and some Jamaica prints attributed to Adolphe Duperly (Jamaica photographs taken before the Morant Bay Rebellion may have been taken by Duperly, or by his studio, A. Duperly and Sons; Jamaica photographs taken after the Rebellion may have been taken by Duperly Brothers, if dated to 1865).
  • People photographed include: Governor Eyre, George William Gordon, Colonel Fyfe, and Alexander Dudgeon Gulland.
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