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New Church, Chamba, India, ca.1900
Date Created and/or Issued
circa 1900
Publication Information
University of Southern California. Libraries
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California Digital Library
International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960
Rights Information
For commercial reproduction please contact the National Library of Scotland by referring to . For access to the originals please e-mail
National Library of Scotland
National Library of Scotland, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh, EH1 1EW, Scotland, UK
The National Library of Scotland license the use of this content under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 2.5 UK: Scotland License.
View of a traditional style parish church built from stone with a bell tower on the right. The church sits on a raised area of ground with steps leading up to the main entrance where three people are about to enter. This photograph belongs to an album of mixed photographs collected by Dr. Stevenson and includes images from India, China and Africa.
Photographic prints, 7.7 x 5.7 cm.
Buildings (structures)
Church architecture
Religious facilities
Time Period
circa 1900
Himachal Pradesh
Acc.7548/F/4 [Reference number]
NLS DOD ID: 75638634 [File]
International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960
Photographs from Scottish Missions, the National Library of Scotland
Photographs from various mission fields collected by Dr. Stevenson

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