Diary of Herbert Syme, 1895 [manuscript]
- Bib ID:
- Syme, Herbert
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- Available for research. Not for loan.
- 0.15 m. (1 box)
One diary entitled "To India and back" recording Syme's second visit to India. A detailed account of the places visited, the people met, local customs and religions are included. The diary is illustrated with 94 albumen photographs depicting ethnic and social groups, costumes, architecture and customs.
Herbert Syme was the oldest son of David Syme, a newspaper proprietor, and a brother to Sir Geoffrey Syme.
- Manuscript reference no.: MS 6751.
- Associated materials: Papers of Sir Geoffrey Syme, 1950-2008 MS 7104.
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- Since 1965 [Created/Published Date + 70 Years]
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