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John Falconer, British Library 
A Biographical Dictionary of 19th Century Photographers in South and South-East Asia

 
Commercial, India
Secunderabad, 1866-9. Lafond Brothers, photographers, Secunderabad, 1868, 1869 (Thackers).

 
At the 1860 exhibition of the Madras Photographic Society, Mr J. Lafond exhibits some interesting stereographic and other groups, and a view of Vizagapatam from the backwater. Amongst the groups is one of the American Mission School children with Mrs Winslow and some of the native teachers...Native woman with a basket on her head intended as a model for a caryatide, is by no means a favourable specimen of an eastern figure... (Madras Journal of Literature and Science, no.11, new series, May 1861, p.193).
Prospectus from Messrs. Lafond Brothers, dated 26th April 1867 - Intimating that they propose to take photographic views of certain places in Nagpore and Kamptee; stating that if sufficient encouragement be received they propose to send the plates to be printed in England, and to offer copies of the set at Rupees 30 each; and inviting persons, who may be desirous of patronizing the publication, to subscribe for it in the form attached to the prospectus.
RESOLUTION. - Governement will subscribe for ten copies.[1]
 
  
 
  

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  1. Λ Bombay Public Proceedings, May 1867, IOR/P/441/50 no. 443. 
      
 
  

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