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||Sir William Peel's statue, Eden Gardens
||Burmese Pagoda in Eden Gardens
||New Government Buildings
||New Municipal Market
||St Paul's Cathedral
||Interior of St Paul's Cathedral, Calcutta
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R. Elsy Collection on India and Ceylon [i.e. Sri Lanka]
||1880–1889 (The date is approximate.)
|Extent and Medium
||Fair condition, some yellowing and fading.
|Content and context|
245x185mm. General view of the Telegraph Office, situated at the south-east corner of Dalhousie Square, with Old Court House Street running off to the left. An Italianate building with a campanile at the north-east corner, it was constructed in 1873-76 from designs by Barnfather and Clark, revised by Mr Vivian. The building is now demolished.
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