The Harald Ingholt papers relating to Gandharan art document one aspect of this Near Eastern archaeologist's broad research
interests. The archive contains production materials, such as a text draft and page layouts, related to
Gandhāran Art in Pakistan, for which Ingholt wrote the text, as well as Inholt's related research materials on Gandharan art.
These materials include hundreds of black-and-white photographs, notes, correspondence, offprints and ephemera. Further material
relating to Gandharan art was added to the archive by James Michael Mahar.
Harald Ingholt (1896-1985) studied theology as an undergraduate at the University of Copenhagen, from which he also received
his Dr. Phil. in archaeology in 1928 for his work on the sculpture of Palmyra. His first professional position was as an assistant
curator at the Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (1925-1930), and for part of his tenure he served concurrently as the secretary of the
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