(United Kingdom – )
(England – )
Gordon Pasha (Charles George Gordon at Khartoum)
- Not on display
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The London Stereoscopic Company was a hugely successful commercial enterprise. The company dealt in all facets of photography, from retail and publishing work through to customised studio portraiture, ensuring its success and longevity. In addition to providing photographic services, the company was also a leading supplier of cameras and photographic equipment.
Charles George Gordon (1833-1885), also known as Chinese Gordon, Gordon Pasha ("Pasha" was formerly used as a title for military and civil officers especially in Turkey and Northern Africa) and Gordon of Khartoum, British army officer and administrator remembered for exploits in China and Africa.
- albumen photograph, cabinet card
- 14.0 x 10.0 cm image/sheet
- Accessioned 2005
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