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  • 30-30-01-30-01-11-a039169
  • Item
  • [1862-1937, predominant 1930-1937]
  • Part of John Mennie fonds

Item is a photograph of two buildings, one of which is blocking the street. An unidentified individual is standing next to a horse and cart. A bull is across the street from them

Deer in a clearing

Image depicts a deer running through a clearing. In the distance are several unidentified, human-made constructions, trees, a river, and mountains.

Capt. + Parker

Item is a negative showing a man, Lt. Parker standing in front of his horse next to a river. Parker is faced away from the camera and is looking across the river. There are mountains in the background.

Yak

Item is a negative showing a yak with large horns. There is a mountain in the background.

Jongpen on his way to watch horse races

Item is a negative showing a line of men riding on horseback. The Jongpen, third in the line. His horse is being led by an unidentified person on foot and he is wearing a distinctive robe.

Horse race winner

Item is a negative showing a horse with a saddle and bridle. There is an unidentified man standing behind the horse, holding its head.

Competitors await their turn

Item is a negative showing a group of men on horseback. The men are wearing wide brim hats and some appear to be carrying slings of arrows.

Yak

Item is a negative showing a yak. There are mountains visible in the distance.

Takin

Item is a negative showing a takin. Parker notes that this takin was live captured for Colonel F.M. Bailey and shipped to the London Zoo.

L/Col. Parker's white Tibetan pony

Item is a negative showing a white pony standing in front of a wooden fence. There appears to be a cow on the left hand side of the Lt./Col. Parker's horse. According to Parker, his pony was soft mouthed and not liked by the Tibetans.

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