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Probably a photograph portraying Naib ul-Hukumat Muhammad Sarwar Khan and General Muhammad Ghaus ud-din Khan.
Place, date
Bala Murghab, January 1, 1885
Collection
Afghan Boundary Commission
Series
ABC Photographs, 001 to 057
ABC 051
A general view of Bala Murhab Fort, with mountains in the background.
Place, date
Bala Murghab, December 1884 to January 1885
Collection
Afghan Boundary Commission
Series
ABC Photographs, 001 to 057
ABC 052
The photograph shows the gap of Kilrekhta where the Murghab River breaks through the Band-e Turkestan (Koh-e Darband). At this place are the remains of an old brick bridge and some brick walls can be seen half-way up the rock.
Place, date
Darband-e Kilrekhta, December 1884 to January 1885
Collection
Afghan Boundary Commission
Series
ABC Photographs, 001 to 057
ABC 053
Winter camp of Ghilzai Pashtuns with thirteen black nomad tents, made from goat hair. Some women and children can be seen, but no men and no cattle. Between the tents big heaps of firewood, mainly willow rods, are stacked.
Place, date
Darband-e Kilrekhta, December 1884 to January 1885
Collection
Afghan Boundary Commission
Series
ABC Photographs, 001 to 057
ABC 054
Two Chahar Aimak men standing in front of a group of two-humped Bactrian camels, used for the transportation of the luggage of the ABC. In the middle of the picture is a pointed tent. In the background towers a chain of snow-covered mountains.
Place, date
Bala Murghab, December 1884 to January 1885
Collection
Afghan Boundary Commission
Series
ABC Photographs, 001 to 057
ABC 055
A general view of Bala Murghab, looking south from the ABC camp. On the right the square fort, on the left the remains of a tower-like doorway leading to the bazaar. In the foreground flows the Murghab River.
Place, date
Bala Murghab, December 1884 to January 1885
Collection
Afghan Boundary Commission
Series
ABC Photographs, 001 to 057
ABC 056
Two Afghan officers and three soldiers with lambskin caps, standing in front of seven high-wheeled Afghan guns, placed in front of a domed mud building. Such guns were produced since the times of Amir Sher Ali Khan at the arsenal (mashin khana) in Kabul.
Place, date
Bala Murghab, December 1884 to January 1885
Collection
Afghan Boundary Commission
Series
ABC Photographs, 001 to 057
ABC 057