A crystal-clear collotype of an institution founded in 1860, and and vastly expanded in 1897 thanks to a grant from philanthropist Sardar Sir Chinubhai Madhavalal Bert.
D. C. Mehra's many Lahore postcards are the most extensive color ones of the city, far larger in number than the Tuck's sets which also included one of the Lahore General Post Office. Right on the Mall, it was designed and built by Sir Ganga Ram,
Construction of the Karachi Municipal Corporation offices began in 1895 with foundation stone laying.
The residence of the Chief Minister of Sindh in the heart of modern Karachi. This Sindhi power center is on the same road as major hotels, Frere Hall and the US Consulate.
At this central location now stands the WAPDA, or Water and Power Development Authority headquarters, one of the modern architectural gems of Lahore.
Rai Mela Ram, a popular socialite and 19th century businessman a major role as contractor in the
It is hard to overestimate the importance of the telegraph, introduced in 1840 to the Raj, as this grand edifice dedicated to the new medium and constructed in the 1870s suggests.
A fine example of the performative act that sending a postcard was when they first became popular. The nicely positioned and cancelled stamp, the sender's signature, "Doux Baisers" ("Sweet Kisses"), sent to his wife in France.
A storied building, still standing, which was everything from a Governor's residence to Admiralty House and the first High Court of Bombay.
Note how this advertisement for family life in the cantonment shows a woman and pram on the verandah.