Itinerant workers, cobblers can repair all sorts of things. Note the sophisticated lithographic printing of this image, which some early Clifton & Co.
A rare postcard of the man who founded the RSS, the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, an Indian nationalistic, right-wing Hindu organization that continues to play a prominent role in Indian politics, in 1925 in Nagpur following his disillusionment with
A German World War I postcard showing an English aircraft, Punjab 29 Rawalpindi, shot down during combat.
A carefully staged scene in which the cloth backdrop helps focus us on the individuality of the men.
[Verso, Addressed to, Postmarked Tellicherry 8 Dec. 1916] "Master Malcolm Willcocks c/o L. Knig Church Esq., Tellicherry [Thalassery], Malabar"
"Bombay - 5.12.16. I haven't gone yet as you will see. Hope you are well and going strong.
Maybe it is the hookahs and Arab head dress of the main in the green robe smoking a cigarette, but this seems to be a scene in Bombay bazaar. The electrotype (imprint on the back) matches that of Clifton & Co.