Two photograph albums, 1917 and 1921, containing 133 black/white snapshots, many with captions, apparently taken by Patrick
Choules, a British colonial official in Poona, India. Most of the images are of Poona and vicinity, including buildings, streets,
landscapes, gardens, sporting activities, colleagues, and local inhabitants engaged in activities such as brick making and
plowing. Some photos at the back of the 1921 album are of England, but few have captions.
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