A European woman, probably Mrs. Bailey, and two children stand i (Image number C.047, J.P. Mills Photographic Collection)

Material Information

A European woman, probably Mrs. Bailey, and two children stand i (Image number C.047, J.P. Mills Photographic Collection)
Series Title:
J.P. Mills Photographic Collection
Mills, J. P. (James Philip), 1890-1960.
Hobson, Geraldine ( contributor )
Publication Date:
B&W photographic print 12x7 cm ( medium )


Subjects / Keywords:
Bailey, Agnes B., Mrs.
Children ( lcsh )
एशिया -- भारत -- नगालैंड -- मोकोकचुंग जिले -- मोकोकचुंग
এশিয়া -- ভারত -- নাগাল্যান্ড
Europeans ( ethnicity )
गोरों ( ethnicity )
Spatial Coverage:
Asia -- India -- Nagaland -- Mokokchung District -- Mokokchung
26.3248 x 94.51834


Dr. Bailey was a missionary, probably based at Mokokchung. ( en )
General Note:
Date of photograph: 1923 October
General Note:
Copyright held by the Estate of J.P. Mills. The Estate is currently (2015) represented by Geraldine Hobson.
General Note:
This item may be used under license: Creative Commons Attribution Non-commercial (CC BY-NC)
General Note:
The image is part of Album C. The first part of this Album contains photographs taken when Mills was touring with J.H. Hutton in the Konyak country in October 1923. Album B. also contains some photographs taken on this tour. At the time Mills was Assistant Commissioner, based at Mokokchung, and Hutton was Deputy Commissioner at Kohima. The latter part of the Album consists of photographs from other areas. These cannot be dated, but were probably taken at about the same period.
General Note:
Originally collected in Album C of the "J.P. Mills Photographic Collection". (Held in the SOAS, University of London, Archives and Special Collections.)
General Note:
Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von, 1909- . The Naked Nagas. London : Methuen & Co., Ltd. [1939]. (LCCN: 40014642)
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Hutton, John Henry. Tour Diary [manuscript]. 1923 April. (Held by the Pitt Rivers Museum archives, University of Oxford)
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Jacobs, Julian. The Nagas : hill peoples of Northeast India : society, culture, and the colonial encounter. London : Thames and Hudson, 1990.
General Note:
The Church of Scotland lists a Mr. T. Grahame Bailey and his wife, Mrs. Agnes B. Bailey (nee Sloan), working out of Wazirabad, India, which is now in the Gujranwala District, Punjab, Pakistan and serving from 1895 to 1920.
General Note:
VIAF ID: 2475026 (name authority) : Mills, J.P. (James Philip), 1890-1960
General Note:
VIAF ID: 24095368 (name authority) : Hobson, Geraldine
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Ethnologue reference:

Record Information

Source Institution:
SOAS, University of London
Holding Location:
Archives and Special Collections
Rights Management:
Image: © 1923, The Estate of J.P. Mills. Text: © 1996, Geraldine Hobson.
Resource Identifier:
PP MS 58/02/C/47 ( calm reference )