Citation
Castles on a railway handcar on the way to Naginimora

Material Information

Title:
Castles on a railway handcar on the way to Naginimora
Creator:
Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von, 1909-1995 ( Photographer )
Furer-Haimendorf, Christoph von, 1909-1995 ( contributor )
Haimendorf, Christoph Von Fürer- (1909-1995); anthropologist ( contributor )
Place of Publication:
[S.l.]
Publisher:
[s.n.]
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Materials:
Photographic film: 35mm B&W negative, Agfa ( medium )

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von, 1909-1995 ( lcsh )
Castles, G. (manager of the Borjan colliery)
Handcars ( lcsh )
Assamese (South Asian people) ( LCSH )
एशिया -- भारत -- नगालैंड -- मोन जिला
Genre:
Assamese ( ethnicity )
অসমীয়া ( ethnicity )
Europeans ( ethnicity )
Europeans ( LCSH )
Européens ( ethnicity )
Europäer ( ethnicity )
Spatial Coverage:
Asia -- India -- Nagaland -- Mon District -- Naganimora
Coordinates:
26.809167 x 94.81

Notes

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General Note:
Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf (1909-1995) was born and educated in Vienna, gaining a PhD in anthropology from the University of Vienna in 1931. A grant from the Rockefeller Foundation enabled him to study at the London School of Economics, under the anthropologist Bronislaw Malinowski. In 1936, he went to the Naga Hills in northeast India for his first fieldwork; over the next four decades, he worked extensively in south & central India, northeast India and Nepal. In 1950 he was appointed Professor of Anthropology at SOAS, where he established the Department of Anthropology. During his career, he published seventeen books, most of them ethnographies of tribal cultures. He was President of the Royal Anthropological Institute (1975-77) and a pioneer in the field of visual anthropology.
General Note:
In between Bihubar railway station and Naginimora, Mr. G. Castles and Fürer-Haimendorf used a handcar for travelling.
General Note:
The Sivasagar District was formerly known as Sibsagar District.
General Note:
Mr. G. Castles was the manager of the Borjan colliery
General Note:
Naganimora is also spelled Naginimora
General Note:
This scene was photographed on or approximate to 19360928
General Note:
Other designation of photograph: 026/27
General Note:
Original Container: BW Negatives Box I
General Note:
Haimendorf's reference: 026_27
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BW Negatives Box I
General Note:
Funded in the United Kingdom by JISC
General Note:
SOAS name authority for "Haimendorf, Christoph Von Fürer- (1909-1995); anthropologist" is GB/NNAF/P146323.
General Note:
VIAF (name authority) : Fürer-Haimendorf, Christoph von, 1909-1995 : record number 109123273
General Note:
For descriptive reference, see: PP MS 19, Diary2 : 74ff

Record Information

Source Institution:
SOAS, University of London
Holding Location:
Archives and Special Collections
Rights Management:
© 1936, The Estate of Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf. The Estate is currently (2015) represented by Nicholas Haimendorf, son of Christoph von Fürer-Haimendorf. ----- Creative Commons (by-nc-nd). -- This image may be used in accord with Creative Commons license Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs.
Resource Identifier:
PP MS 19/6/NAGA/0615 ( SOAS manuscript number )
026_27 ( Haimendorf reference )