<p style='text-align: justify;'>Contains loose photographs (mounted on loose cards), 200 x 150 mm (unless otherwise stated) by K.B. Padhye. The collection sustained flood damage in 1980, the second such fate to befall this collection. Sixteen of the photographs were transferred from an album damaged by flooding in December 1974. Mounts and albums bore the name of K.B. Phadye, 'Photographic artist', Aurangabad. Mr John Wright and his colleagues at the Tropical Products Institute Library assisted in linking photographs with captions from which they had become detached. Eleven photographs were captioned; the remainder were not identified in the original album, but in two cases identification has been deduced. It seems likely that the inscription on the front cover of the original album was written by A.H. Fisher, photographer and artist to the Colonial Office Visual Instruction Committee, who was in Aurangabad at about that time.</p>
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