River Bank 1890 : View on the Hooghly

কলকাতা সংলগ্ন হুগলী নদীর দৃশ্য, ১৮৯০
View on the River Hooghly (Hugli), taken in the 1890s. Looking north over the rooftops towards the river with the Howrah Bridge in the distance. The Export and Import Jetties can be seen in the foreground. Photographer unidentified. Sourse: British Library. Elgin Collection: ‘Spring Tours 1894-98’

Bank of Calcutta, 1806

ব্যাঙ্ক অফ ক্যাললাটা, ১৮০৬
The Bank of Calcutta,, a precursor to the present State Bank of India, was founded on June 2, 1806, mainly to fund General Wellesley’s wars against Tipu Sultan and the Marathas. It was the first bank of India and was renamed Bank of Bengal on 2 January 1809. In 1862, Bank of Bengal amalgamated Dacca Bank (est. 1846). The Bank started from here in 1806. At present, there is no office in this building.

Visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Calcutta, 1912

রাজা পঞম জর্জ এবং রাণী মেরির কলকাতা পরিদর্শন উপলক্ষে জাঁকজমক, ১৯১২
Celebrations for the visit of King George V and Queen Mary to Calcutta in 1912

via Days of the Raj.

Burra Bazar, 1850s

বড়বাজার তেমাথা, হ্যারিসন রোড স্ট্র্যান্ড রোডের মোড়, c১৮৫০

Calcutta Road from the book The good old days of Honorable John Company Being Curious Reminiscences
During the Rule of the East India Company From 1600 to 1858, Compiled from newspapers and other publications By W. H. CAREY ,
pblished in 1850s