File:George Curzon and Mary Curzon on the elephant Lakshman Prasad 1902-12-29 in Delhi.jpg

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English: The Governor-General of India George Curzon with his wife Mary Curzon on the elephant "Lakshman Prasad" in Delhi 29 December 1902.
Deutsch: Der Generalgouverneur und Vizekönig von Indien George Curzon mit seiner Ehefrau Mary Curzon auf dem Elefanten Lakshman Prasad in Delhi am 29. Dezember 1902. Der Elefant Lakshman Prasad gehörte dem Maharaja von Benares.
Source Photo from the collection Joachim K. Bautze. Published in the book: Joachim K. Bautze: "Das koloniale Indien. Photographien von 1855 bis 1910." Fackelträger Verlag, Köln 2007. This is a copy of the photo 178 on the page 211. Joachim K. Bautze croped the photo in the book on the left side. Size of the photo 23,5 x 15,5 cm.
Author Unknown. Bourne&Shepherd, Dec. 1902

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