John Falconer, British Library
A Biographical Dictionary of 19th Century Photographers in South and South-East Asia
At the 24 March 1859 meeting of the Bengal Photographic Society,
‘Read.- A letter from Capt. Pearson, stating that as he was about to leave for England, his photographic apparatus was for sale, that it included a folding camera for pictures, 10x8, with two lenses for portraits and landscapes, also a very large supply of dishes, baths, printing presses, chemicals, paper, etc. The whole to be seen at the Water Gate, Fort William, and to be had for Rs. 750.’
- Λ The Englishman, 31 March 1859.