John Falconer, British Library
A Biographical Dictionary of 19th Century Photographers in South and South-East Asia
Indian Civil Service. Officiating Deputy Commissioner, Darjeeling in 1873.
Photographs by Edgar and Charles Neave Judge (qv) are pasted into J. Ware Edgar, Report on a visit to Sikhim and the Thibetan frontier in October, November, and December, 1873 (Bengal Secretariat Press, Calcutta, 1874. OIOC ref. L/PS/20/D8): ĎAt Kubbi I got a note from Major Judge, R.E., who had been good enough to consent to take Major Lindsayís place, and who had just arrived at Toomlong and wished to know what he was to do...He had brought with hima photographic apparatus, with some dry plates, which had been lent to him by Mr Phillips, of Darjeeling; and a larger lens, which Messrs. Doyle and Company had lent to Major Lindsay, but which had been delayed on the road, now came up. Major Judge took both instruments with him, and attempted to photograph several views on the range. After his return we both took pictures, but were not very successful. I have, however, attached some of the results of our trials to this report, as they may help to illustrate ití (pp.59-60).