|Author|| Cole, Henry Hardy, 1843 - 1916|
|Title||Illustrations of buildings near Muttra and Agra : showing the mixed Hindu-Mahomedan style of upper India / Prepared at the India Museum under the authority of the Secretary of State for India in Council, from photographs, plans, and drawings taken by order of the Government of India by Henry Hardy Cole.|
|Imprint||London :: India Office ; sold by Wm. H. Allen and Co., publishers to the India Office, 1873.|
|Physical Description||116 p.,  photo-litho. pl. : 42 ill. (mounted photographs) 35 cm. (4°).|
|Content Format Note||Contents: Temple at Bindrabund.--Temple at Goverdhun.--Rajah of Bhurtpore's palace at Deeg.--Palaces at Futtehpore Sikree.|
|Subject||Islamic architecture India Uttar Pradesh.|
Hindu architecture India Uttar Pradesh.
Architecture India Uttar Pradesh.
|Binding Note||19th-century quarter morocco, green pebble-grained cloth, blind-stamped arabesque decoration repeated in all corners, centre of upper cover with title blocked in gilt between crown and lotus: 'ARCHÆOLOGICAL / SURVEY / OF / INDIA. / BUILDINGS IN THE / NEIGHBOURHOOD / OF AGRA' ; spine blocked vertically in gilt between elephants in profile: 'ARCHÆOLOGICAL SURVEY, INDIA. / MUTTRA & AGRA.'; top-edge gilt; brick-red end-papers.|
|Provenance||Presented by the Secretary of State for India in 1878.|
|Contributors|| Archaeological Survey of India|