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La photothèque de l'ASEMI comporte plusieurs photographies où apparaissent des femmes indiennes adultes.

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Titre Libellé alternatif Classe
Canta, bayadère Sujet Image fixe
Société des bayadères de Haïderabad Sujet Image fixe
Femme à Maléalame Sujet Image fixe
Danseurs et danseuses de Perse Sujet Image fixe
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Mission au Siam (1893) : Types d'homme et de femme Hindous émigrés dans la péninsule Siamo Malaise. Sujet Image fixe
Mission au Siam (1893) : Types d'homme et de femme Hindous émigrés dans la péninsule siamo-malaise. Sujet Image fixe
Inde Sujet Image fixe
Inde : Bayadères Sujet Image fixe
École chrétienne de petites filles malabares Sujet Image fixe
[Sans titre] Sujet Image fixe
Caste malabare Sujet Image fixe
Bombay Sujet Image fixe
No. 15. - A well-to-do Hindu family who had to leave their own house and live in huts at Malad (Salsette) during the prevalence of the Plague in their neighbourhood Sujet Image fixe
No. 10. - The start for work in the morning - Doctors of both sexes, Health Officials, Justices, Police, Conservancy men, with steam pump and white-washers, ambulance, shigrams and attendants setting out from morning duty Sujet Image fixe
[Famine People receiving food] Sujet Image fixe
[Sans titre] Sujet Image fixe
No. 12. - Arrival of a Plague patient in an ambulance entrance of the Wari Bunder Hospital. The pulse of the patient is being examined by the Doctor. The ambulance is entirely of iron mounted on easy springs and carried on cycle wheels with rubber tyres - February 1897 Sujet Image fixe
[Famine People receiving wages] Sujet Image fixe
[Sans titre] Sujet Image fixe
[No. 11. - House to house visitation by Justices of Peace with a military escort and ambulance, in the native part of Bombay, much opposition was at first shown to this work but eventually the alarm of the people subsided. Plague cases continued however to be concealed till the end of the epidemic - April 1897] Sujet Image fixe
[No. 16. - The house and shop on the left hand side of the street have been declared by the Plague Committee unfit for human habitation and marked U. H. H. : accumulation of filth and insufficient light and ventilation are the causes noted by the Committee] Sujet Image fixe
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Costume -- Inde Relations Concept
Enfants -- Inde Relations Concept
Portraits (photographie) Relations Concept
Hommes -- Inde Relations Concept