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A view of Bombay, from Malabar Hill, with the island of Caranjah and part of the Indian continent in the distance

Hand-coloured engraving of an image by James Forbes, published by Richard Bentley, 8 New Burlington St., 1834 and engraved by James Storer. Engraving depicts panorama from Malabar Hill; trees, grass, and two groups of figures in European dress can be seen in the foreground, some buildings and a body of water by the shore. Towards the background is the bay with an island with white low buildings, tall ships on the water, and a mountainous landscape in the distance.

Forbes, James, 1749-1819

Bridge over the river Biswamintree, near Brodera

Hand-coloured engraving of a bridge image by James Forbes, engraved by J. Shury. Scene of the bridge over the river "Biswamintree" (Vishwamitri) near Brodera (Vadodara district of India, Gujarat).

Forbes, James, 1749-1819

Dorothy R. Coles Fonds

  • CA OSLER P057
  • Fonds
  • 1919-1922?

Fonds contains Dorothy R. Coles' art work. The fonds includes sketches, photographs and a glass negative of sketches of Coles' operations on plastic surgery cases at two hospitals, Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue in Quebec and Christie Street Hospital in Toronto, 1919-1921, and sketches for an anatomy class of Dr. John Tate at McGill University, ca 1922

Coles, Dorothy R. (Dorothy Rhynas), 1892-1983

Dr. Kenneth A. Sowden Fonds

  • CA OSLER P175
  • Fonds
  • [196-?] – [197-?]

The fonds illustrates Dr. Sowden's work in the field of rehabilitation medicine and consists of slides, photographs, and articles.

Sowden, Kenneth Anthony, 1921-2010

Nicole Allardet Collection

  • CA RBD MSG 1267
  • Collection
  • between approximately 1940 and 1959

Collection consists of an illustrated manuscript containing a map and brief guidebook to Paris landmarks, created by Nicole Allardet probably during the 1940s or 1950s. The item is inscribed to Vivienne Horne. A folded booklet on heavy grey paper, the guidebook contains twelve panels, ten of which feature a gouache illustrated vignette of a Paris landmark and a short handwritten description in white. The landmarks include the Jardin du Luxembourg, Opera House, Eiffel Tower, the river Seine, the Bois de Vincennes, Notre-Dame de Paris, the Jardin des Tuileries, the Champs-Élysées, Montmartre, and the Luxor Obelisk in the Place de la Concorde. In the centermost two panels is a simple map of Paris showing the landmarks depicted.

Allardet, Nicole