Addressed to Miss Hoggan, Spindle Cottage, Styal Road, Wilslow, Cheshire, England and postmarked Karachi October 15, 1925: "How would you like to take a class like this? Mummie tells me you have gone back to school and that you are in a higher form.
Government College (now a university) is one of the oldest colleges in Pakistan and currently has more than 6000 students and 300 faculty members. Many of Pakistan's elite and ruling classes studied or taught here, including the poets Dr.
The third oldest college in India, this Gothic building and campus was opened in 1868 and has since become a leading post-graduate research institute.
A really well hand-tinted postcard, the boys foregrounded in unflinching skin tones while master is enveloped in white.
Founded in 1866, this school was founded in 1866 and soon took over this former home of a Viceroy. It remains a premiere educational institution in India, and has grown to serving almost a thousand students from a few dozen in the early days.
Madan Mohan Malaviya (1861-1946) was an Indian politician, notable for his role in the freedom struggle and his efforts to eliminate the caste system, as well as co-founding Banaras Hindu University in 1916. This was part of a series by Karachi-based
Better known as Aitchison College, the name it was given shortly after the foundation stone of this building was lain in 1886, "Chief's College" still continued to be used long afterwards given that it was originally founded in Ambala as a school for
Probably the earliest postcard of Government College, Lahore (now renamed Government College University or GCU), and mislabeled by the publisher, Fred Bremner (he got it right on future versions). It's main, church-like building was completed in 1877