University Libraries

Women in Pre-Independent India

Charles Lesley Ames concentrated his book collecting on the British-Indian interaction. With such an interest the Ames Library of South Asia is exceedingly rich in writings of individuals who went to India for a variety of reasons and subsequently published accounts or studies. Women were but one such group of individuals whose writings Mr. Ames collected.

We are inputting data for this guide chronologically, based on the publication date of the book. The earliest imprint that we have is 1743 and we will eventually end the guide with India's independence in 1947. Users thus can select a specific time frame and see what works by or about women are available. Also included in the guide are additional works within the University of Minnesota library system which pertain to women in India.

Ordered by publication date, earliest to latest.

  A letter from a lady at Madrass to her friends in London : giving an account of a visit, made by the governor of that place, with his lady and others, to the Nabob (prime minister to the Great Mogul) and his lady, &c. in which their persons, and amazing richness of dress, are particularly described : with some account of the manners and customs of the Moors in general
  Smart, Jane London: Printed for and sold by H. Piers, 1743.
  8 p.
Ames Rare DS421.5 .S63x 1743
  Notes: Attributed to Jane Smart by NUC pre-1956 and by ESTC.
 



  Letters from the island of Teneriffe, Brazil, the Cape of Good Hope, and the East Indies
  Kindersley Mrs London: J. Nourse, 1777.
  301 p.
Bell 1777 Ki
  Notes: Half-title: Letters from the East Indies. Letters dated: June 1764 - Feb. 1769.
 



  Translation of the letters of a Hindoo rajah : written previous to, and during the period of his residence in England: to which is prefixed a preliminary dissertation on the history, religion, and manners of the Hindoos
  Hamilton, Elizabeth London: Printed for G. and J. Robinson, by J. Crowder, 1796.
  2d ed.
2 v.
Wilson Rare Books 824H18 OT
  Notes: "A work of fiction, describing the prevalent customs and manners of Engaland, under the name of a supposed Hindoo "--Watt, Bibl. brit.
 



  Translation of the letters of a Hindoo rajah : written previous to, and during the period of his residence in England: to which is prefixed a preliminary dissertation on the history, religion, and manners of the Hindoos
  Hamilton, Elizabeth London: J. Walker , 1811.
  5th ed.
2 v.
Ames Rare DA 485 H218 1811
  Notes: "A work of fiction describing the prevalent customs and manners of England under the name of a supposed Hindoo"-- Watt Bibl. brit.
 



  Journal of a residence in India
  Callcott, Maria Lady Edinburgh: A. Constable, 1812.
  vii, 211 p.
Ames Rare Quarto DS412 .C14 1812
Picture: Temple of Maho Deo in Bombay.



  Letters on India
  Callcott, Maria Lady London: Printed for Longman, 1814.
  382 p.
Ames Rare DS421 .C25
Picture: Vicramaditya at the feet of Kali.



  Original letters from India 1779-1815
  Fay, Eliza New York: Harcourt, Brace and company, 1925.
  307 p.
Ames DS412 .F3 1925a
  Notes: Originally published, 1817.
 



  Memoirs of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Hamilton; with a selection from her correspondence, and other unpublished writings
  Benger, Elizabeth London: Printed for Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, 1818.
  2 v.
Wilson annex 824H18 BB43
 



  Memoirs of Mrs. Harriet Newell, wife of the Rev. S. Newell, American missionary to India, who died November 30, 1812, aged nineteen years. Also a sermon on her death with an account of the American Missionary Society and a monody on her death
  Newell, Harriet London: D. Jaques, 1818.
  xii, 226 p.
Ames BV3269 .N4 A3 1818
 



  The ayah and lady : An Indian story
  Sherwood Mrs Boston New York: S.T. Armstrong and Crocker & Brewster J.P. Haven, 1822.
  104 p.
Wilson Rare Small 825Sh58 OA
 



  A tour through the upper provinces of Hindostan; comprising a period between the years 1804 and 1814: with remarks and authentic anecdotes to which is annexed a guide up the River Ganges with a map from the source to the mouth.
  Deane, A. Mrs London: Printed for C. & J. Rivington, 1823.
  xii, 291 p.
Ames Rare DS412 D4x
 



  Life in India; or, The English at Calcutta
  Monkland, Mrs London: H. Colburn, 1828.
  3 v.
Ames PZ3 .M7499 Li2
 



  Narrative of a journey overland from England by the continent of Europe, Egypt, and the Red Sea, including a residence there and voyage home in the years 1825, 26, 27, and 28.
  Elwood, Anne Katharine Curteis London: H. Colburn and R. Bentley, 1830.
  2 v.
Ames Rare G490 .E52
Picture: Takhtrouan



  Observations on the Mussulmauns of India : descriptive of their manners, customs, habits, and religious opinion ; made during a twelve years' residence in their immediate society
  Mir :Hasan 'Al:Mrs. B. London: Parbury, Allen, 1832.
  2 v.
Ames DS427 .M5 1832
 



  Scenes and characteristics of Hindostan : with sketches of Anglo- Indian society
  Roberts, Emma London: W.H. Allen & co, 1837.
  2nd ed.
2 v.
Ames Rare DS412 R64 1837
 



  The Indian pilgrim, or, the progress of the pilgrim Nazareenee, formerly called Goonah Purist, or the Slave of Sin, from the City of the Wrath of God to the City of Mount Zion
  Sherwood Mrs London: Printed for Houlston, 1837.
  8th ed.
vii, 214 p.
Ames PR5449 .S4 I53x 1837
  Notes: Adaptation of: Pilgrim's progress / John Bunyan.
 



  Cutch; or random sketches taken during a residence in one of the northern provinces of western India, interspersed with legends and traditions.
  Young, Marianne London: Smith, Elder and co, 1839.
  283 p.
Ames Rare DS485. K13 Y7
  Notes: Title page cites author as Mrs. Postans.
Picture: Priest of the Jain sect.



  Western India in 1838, by Mrs. Postans
  Young, Marianne London: Saunders and Otley, 1839.
  2 v.
Ames DS 476 Y68x 1839
  Notes: Mrs. Marianne Young, formerly Mrs. Thomas Postans
Picture: Hindostan sepoy in his native costume.
Picture 2: Rock and ancient inscriptions near Girnar.



  The history of little Henry and his bearer
  Sherwood, Mrs London: Houlston & Stoneman, 1839?.
  32nd ed.
139 p.
Ames Rare PR5449 .S4 H52x 1800
  Notes: Running title: Little Henry and his bearer.
Picture: The history of Little Henry and his Bearer.



  The last days of Boosy, the bearer of little Henry
  Sherwood, Mary Martin, 1775-1851. London: Houlston and Stoneman, 1842.
  195 p.
Ames PR5449 .S4 L37x 1842
  Notes: Title on added engraved t.p.: The sequel to little Henry and his bearer. Written in the form of an exchange of letters between Andrew McNeil and Theophilus Smith. Sequel to: Little Henry and his bearer.
 



  A journal of the disasters in Affghanistan, 1841-2
  Sale, Florentia Wynch lady, 1790-1853. London: J. Murray, 1843.
  xvi p., 1 l., 451 p.
Ames DS363 .S3
 



  Personal observations on Sindh: the manners and customs of its inhabitants and its productive capabilities; with a sketch of its history, a narrative of recent events, and an account of the connection of the British Government with that country to the present period
  Young, Marianne Karachi: Indus Publications, 1843.
  xv, 402 p.
Ames DS392 .S53 P67 1973
  Notes: Originally published in 1843.
 



  The history of China & India, pictorial & descriptive
  Corner, Julia London: Dean & Co. Printers, 1844.
  iv, ii, iii, iv, iii, iii, 393 p.
Ames DS511 .C8 1844
Picture: Ceremony of burning a Hindu widow with the body of



  Portraits of the princes & people of India
  Eden, Emily London: J. Dickinson, 1844.
  24 numb. l.
Ames Rare Flat DS421 .E2
  Notes: Engraved t.-p.
Picture: A young Mussulman girl.



  The East India voyager, or, The outward bound
  Roberts, Emma London: J. Madden, 1845.
  xii, 284 p.
Ames DS412 .R61x 1845
  Notes: Half title: Roberts' East India voyager.
 



  Hindostan, its landscapes, palaces, temples, tombs : the shores of the Red sea
  Roberts, Emma London: Fisher, 1845-1847.
  2 v.
Wilson Annex Quarto 915.4 R541
 



  Wanderings of a pilgrim in search of the picturesque during four-and-twenty years in the East; with relevations of life in the zenana . . . illustrated with sketches from nature.
  Parlby, Fanny Parks London: P. Richardson, 1850.
  2 v.
Ames Rare DS408 .P25
  Notes: The name of the author is given in Arabic characters.
Picture: Camels were being branded for the Public Service a



  Hindostan, its landscapes, palaces, temples, tombs;
  Roberts, Emma London: P. Jackson, 1850.
  1 v.
Ames Quarto DS408 .R65
Picture: Hindoo and Mahomedan buildings.
Picture 2: A suttee.



  Life in the mission, the camp, and the Zenana, or, Six years in India
  Mackenzie, Helen Douglas "Mrs. Colin MacKenzie" London: R. Bentley, 1853.
  2 v.
Ames DS 412 .M15
  Notes: Also published under title: Six years in India.
 



  India, pictorial, descriptive, and historical
  Corner, Julia London: H. G. Bohn, 1854.
  x, 494 p.
Ames DS436 .C81
Picture: Afghan lady in her riding dress.



  The life of Mrs. Sherwood, (chiefly autobiographical) with extracts from Mr. Sherwood's journal during his imprisonment in France & residence in India
  Sherwood Mrs London: Darton & co, 1854.
  xii, 600 p.
Wilson Annex 825SH58 BSh58
 



  Life in ancient India
  Manning, Charlotte Speir London: Smith, Elder Smith, Taylor, 1856.
  xvii, 464 p.
Ames DS425 .M28
Picture: Women.



  Eustace Carey : a missionary in India ; a memoir
  Carey, Esther London: Pewtress & Co, 1857.
  x, 567 p.
Ames BV3269 .C37 A3x 1857
  Notes: Spine title : A memoir of Eustace Carey.
 



  Chow-chow; being selections from a journal kept in India, Egypt, and Syria
  Falkland, Amelia Fitz Clarence Cary Viscountess London: Hurst and Blackett, 1857.
  2 v.
Ames DS413 .F19
Picture: Moollah, or priest of the Bohras
Picture 2: Walkeshwur.



  The Moslem noble : his land and people, with some notices of the Parsees, or ancient Persians
  Young, Marianne London: Saunders and Otley, 1857.
  192 p.
Ames HT653 .I4 Y68x 1857
Picture: Parsee lady.



  A widow's reminiscences of the siege of Lucknow
  Bartrum, Katherine Mary London: J. Nisbet, 1858.
  viii, 102 p.
Ames DS478 .B32
 



  Day by day at Lucknow A journal of the siege of Lucknow
  Case, Adelaide London: R. Bentley, 1858.
  iv, 348 p.
Ames DS478 .C3
 



  A lady's diary of the siege of Lucknow
  Harris, G. "Mrs. James P. Harris." London: J. Murray, 1858.
  vii, 208 p.
Ames DS478 .H3
 



  The timely retreat or, A year in Bengal before the mutinies
  Wallace-Dunlop, Madeline Anne London: R. Bentley, 1858.
  2 v.
Ames DS412 .W26x 1858
Picture: Doorway in a hill viage.
Picture 2: Puharrie women Rajpoots.



  A lady's escape from Gwalior and life in the fort of Agra during the mutinies of 1857
  Coopland, R. M. London: Smith, Elder, 1859.
  iv, 316 p.
Ames DS478 .C775x 1859
 



  Campaigning experiences in Rajpootana and central India : during the suppression of the mutiny, 1857-1858
  Duberly, Frances Isabella Locke London: Smith, Elder, 1859.
  viii, 254 p.
Ames DS478.3 D8x
  Notes: Later ed. published under title: Suppression of the Mutiny, 1857- 1858.
 



  Our plague spot : in connection with our polity and usages, as regards our women, our soldiery, and the Indian Empire
  London: T.C. Newby, 1859.
  xiv, 604 p.
Ames HQ186 .O97x 1859
 



  Camp and cantonment: a journal of life in India in 1857-1859, with some account of the way thither
  Paget, Georgiana Theodosia Fitzmoor-Halsey London: Longman, Green, 1865.
  viii, 469 p.
Ames DS412 .P17
Picture: The town and fort of Nurgoond



  Six years in India; or, Sketches of India and its people as seen by a lady missionary, given in a series of letters to her mother
  Humphrey, E. J. Mrs New York: Carlton & Porter, 1866.
  286 p.
Ames DS413 .H92
Picture: Native Christians of Nynee Tal



  Six months in India
  Carpenter, Mary London: Longmans, Green, 1868.
  2 v.
Ames DS413 .C289
 



  Old Deccan days; or, Hindoo fairy legends current in southern India
  Frere, Mary Eliza Isabella London: J. Murray, 1868.
  xxxv, 331 p.
Ames PZ8.1.F89 O
Picture: Chundun-ranee



  Ancient and mediaeval India
  Manning, Charlotte Speir London: Wm. H. Allen, 1869.
  2 v.
Ames rare DS425 .M323 1869
Picture: The bracket is almost exclusively an original Indi



  Travels and adventures of an officer's wife in India, China, and New Zealand
  Muter, Elizabeth McMullin London: Hurst and Blackett, 1864.
  2 v.
Ames G463 .M99
  Notes: Left India in 1859
 



  Journal of the siege of Lucknow; an episode of the Indian mutiny
  Germon, Maria London: Waterlow & Sons, 1870.
  136 p.
Ames DS478 .G31
  Notes: Ames Library has reprint: London: Constable Publishers, 1958
Picture: The kutcherry



  The wreck of the White Bear, East Indiaman
  Ross, Ellen (McGregor) Montreal: Printed by J. Lovell, 1871.
  4th ed.
2 v. in 1.
Ames PZ3 .R7342 W4
 



  Letters from India
  Eden, Emily London: R. Bentley, 1872.
  2 v.
Ames DS 412 E23x 1872
 



  Overland, inland, and upland A lady's notes of personal observation and adventure
  A. U. London: Seeley, Jackson, & Halliday, 1873.
  viii, 342 p.
Ames DS413 .U11
Picture: Ascen of the Shevaroys



  The Indian Alps and how we crossed them: being a narrative of two years' residence in the eastern Himalaya and two months' tour into the interior
  Mazuchelli, Nina Elizabeth London: Longman, Green and co, 1876.
  xiii, 612 p.
Ames Rare Quarto DS 485 H6 I33x 1876
  Notes: Line borders. Attributed to Mrs. Nina E. Mazuchelli.
Picture: A wet spectre



  Isis unveiled : a master-key to the mysteries of ancient and modern science and theology
  Blavatsky, H. P. New York London: J.W. Bouton B. Quaritch, 1882, c1877.
  2 v.
Ames BP 561 I7 1882
 



  Women of the Orient: an account of the religious, intellectural, and social condition of women in Japan, China, India, Egypt, Syria, and Turkey
  Houghton, Ross C. Cincinnati: Hitchcock and Walden, 1877.
  496 p.
Ames HQ 1170 H8
Picture: A Hindoo woman and her husband



  Illustrated India: its princes and people Upper, Central, and Farther India, up the Ganges, and down the Indus ... An authentic account of the visit to India of ... the Prince of Wales
  Stone, Julia A. Hartford: American publishing company, 1877.
  628 p.
Ames DS413 .S87
Picture: Native life in India
Picture 2: English life in India



  Arabia, Egypt, India: a narrative of travel
  Burton, Isabel Lady London: W. Mullan and son, 1879.
  488 p.
Ames DS413 .B97
Picture: Alligators near Karachi



  Our visit to Hindost'an, Kashmir, and Ladakh
  Murray-Aynsley, harriet Georgiana Maria London: W.M. Allen, 1879.
  x, 326 p.
Ames DS 413 M975x 1879
 



  Physiology of home : the substance of four lectures delivered at the Hall of science, London. -
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Freethought publishing company, 1881.
  1 v.
Walter 612 B463
  Notes: Various paging.
 



  The land of temples or, Sketches from our Indian empire
  Hield, Mary London: Cassell & Company, 1882.
  viii, 212 p.
Series: World in pictures \.
Ames DS 413 H54x 1882c
Picture: A Hindoo girl



  An account of a three months' tour from Simla through Bussahir, Kun'owar and Spiti, to Lahoul
  Murray-Aynsley, Harriet Georgiana Maria Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, 1882.
  83 p.
Ames DS485.H6 M9
 



  The diary of a civilian's wife in India, 1877-1882
  King, E. Augusta London: R. Bentley & son, 1884.
  2 v.
Wilson 915.4 K586
 



  Life and travel in India: being recollections of a journey before the days of railroads
  Leonowens, Anna Harriette Philadelphia: Porter & Coates, 1884.
  325 p.
Ames rare DS413 .L58
Picture: Parsee lady and child
Picture 2: The beautiful nautchnee



  Autobiographical sketches
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Freethought publishing company, 1885.
  169 p.
Wilson 212 B46bau
 



  In southern India : a visit to some of the chief mission stations in the Madras Presidency
  Mitchell, Maria Hay London: Religious Tract Society, 1885.
  383 p.
Ames BV 3265 M52x 1885
  Notes: Includes index.
 



  Memorials of the life and letters of Major-General Sir Herbert B. Edwardes
  Edwardes, Emma Sidney lady London: K. Paul, Trench, 1886.
  2 v.
Ames DS 475.2 E2 A3
Picture: The fort of Attock at the entrance of the Peshawur



  In the Himalayas and on the Indian plains
  Gordon-Cumming, Constance Frederica, 1837-1924 London: Chatto and Windus, 1886.
  A new edition.
xii, 608 p.
Ames DS 413 G8 1886
Picture: Ruins of Futteypore Sicri



  Is Socialism sound? : Verbatim report of a four nights' debate between Annie Besant and G. W. Foote at the Hall of Science, Old St., London, E.C., on February 2nd, 9th, 16th, and 23rd, 1887
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Progressive Pub. Co, 1887.
  Rev. by both disputants.
152 p.
Ames HX21 .B46 1887
 



  The high-caste Hindu woman
  Ramabai Sarasvati Pundita Philadelphia: , 1888.
  3rd ed.
3 p.l., xxiv p., 1 l., 119 p.
Ames HQ 1742 R22x 1888
Picture: Anandibai Joshee



  Notes of a tour in India and Ceylon during the winter of 1888-89
  Ford, Helen C. London: Women's printing society, limited, 1889.
  180 p.
Ames DS413 .F65
 



  Sketches of some distinguished Indian women
  Chapman, E. F. Mrs London: W. H. Allen & co, 1891.
  vi, 139 p.
Ames HQ 1742 A3 C6
  Notes: Sections on Pundita Ramabai Sarasvati, Dr. Anandibai Joshee, The Maharani of Kuch Behar, Toru Dutt, Cornelia Sorabji
 



  India before the Sepoy mutiny
  Corner, Julia London: G. Bell and sons, 1891.
  viii, 494 p.
DS436 .C81 1891
Picture: Widow of Rana of Audipur stopped at the Indus



  My three years in Manipur and escape from the recent mutiny
  Grimwood, Ethel St. Clair London: R. Bentley, 1891.
  3d ed>.
xii, 321 p., <8> leaves of plates.
Ames DS 485 M43 G8 1891b
  Notes: Reprinted 1975
Picture: Natives of the Manipur hills



  The women of India and what can be done for them
  Murdoch, John, 1819-1904 Madras: The Christian Vernacular Education Society, 1891.
  2d ed.
152 p.
Wilson microfilm
  Notes: Preface signed: J. Murdoch, Madras, November, 1888.
 



  Stray bits from the Orient Experiences of an American in Hindostan
  Miner, Clara M. Buffalo: The Courier company, 1892.
  183 p.
Ames DS413 .M66
Picture: A Parsee woman



  A lady's diary before and during the Indian mutiny
  Ouvry, M. H. Lymington : Printed by C. T. King, 1892.
  166 p.
Ames DS 478 O92x 1892
Picture: River at Srinagar, Kashmire



  Annie Besant; an autobiography
  Besant, Annie Wood London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1893.
  368 p.
Ames BP 585 B3 A3 1893
Picture: Annie Besant



  The key to theosophy : being a clear exposition, in the form of question and answer, of the ethics, science, and philosophy for the study of which the Theosophical Society has been founded
  Blavatsky, H. P. London: Theosophical Pub. Co, 1893.
  3rd. rev. English ed.
xiv, 260 p.
Ames BP 561 K4x 1893
 



  The simple adventures of a memsahib
  Cotes, Sara Jeannette New York: D. Appleton and company, 1893.
  iv, 311 p.
Ames PZ3 .C825 Si
Picture: Mrs. Peachey had private chastened visions of Hele
Picture 2: Chua



  A family likeness: a sketch in the Himalayas
  Croker, Bithia Mary London: Chatto & Windus, 1892.
  3 v.
Ames PR 4518 C47 F36x 1892
 



  A black prince, and other stories
  Grau, Shirley Ann London: Lawrence & Bullen, 1893.
  2nd ed.
249 p.
Ames PS 3557 R283 B58x 1893
 



  The siege of Lucknow : a diary
  Inglis, Julia Selina Thesiger lady London: J. R. Osgood, 1893.
  New ed.
viii, 224 p.
Ames DS 478 I44x
 



  From the Five Rivers
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster New York: D. Appleton, 1893.
  212 p.
Ames PZ3.S813 Fr
 



  The building of the kosmos and other lectures
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical publishing society, 1894.
  157 p.
Ames BP 567 B4x 1894
  Notes: Delivered at the eighteenth annual convention of the Theosophical Society at Adyar, Madras, December 27th, 28th, 29th, 30th, 1893.
 



  When we were strolling players in the East
  Miln, Louise Jordan, 1864-1933 London: Osgood, McIlvaine, 1894.
  xiv, 354 p.
Ames DS 9 M52 1894
Picture: Street scene in Colombo



  Kamala: a story of Hindu life
  Satthianadhan, Krupabai Madras: Srinivasa, Varadachari, 1894.
  xxxvii, 208 p.
Ames PZ3 .S254 Kam2
  Notes: By the same author: Saguna: a story of native Christian life
Picture: Krupabai Satthianadhan



  The flower of forgiveness
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster New York London: Macmillan and co, 1894.
  v, 355 p.
Ames PZ3.S813 Flo
 



  The potter's thumb; a novel
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster New York: Harper, 1894.
  351 p.
Ames PZ3.S813 Po
 



  Tales of the Punjab told by the people
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster London: Macmillan, 1894.
  xvi, 395 p.
Ames PZ8.1.S813 Tal
  Notes: By Flora Annie Steel, with illustrations by J. Lockwood Kipling, and notes by R. C. Temple
 



  A modern panarion : a collection of fugitive fragments
  Blavatsky, H. P. London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1895.
  1st ed.
Ames BP 561 M72x 1895
 



  Woman in India;
  Billington, Mary Frances London: Chapman & Hall, 1895.
  xxii, 342 p.
Ames DS422.W8 B5
 



  Among the gods scenes of India : with legends by the way
  Klein, Augusta Edinburgh London: W. Blackwood, 1895.
  x, 355 p.
Ames DS413 .K64
Picture: Three Tamil girls, Nazareth



  Ratanbai : a sketch of a Bombay high caste Hindu young wife
  Nikamb`e, Sh`evantib-ai M. London: Marshall Brothers, 1895.
  viii, 88 p., <4> leaves of plates.
Ames HQ 1742 N55x 1895
Picture: A group of high caste young Hindu wives



  After five years in India, or, Life and work in a Punjaub district
  Wilson, Anne C. Lady London: Blackie, 1895.
  viii, 312 p.
Ames DS485.P17 W55 1895
Picture: While she churns the milk of last night's boiling



  A guide for Indian females from infancy to old age, comprising manners, customs rules, & c
  Ghose, Nand Lal Lahore: Printed and sold at Sant Singh Luther Oriental Press, 1896?.
  340 p.
Ames HQ 1742 G52x 1896
 



  In the permanent way
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster New York London: The Macmillan company, 1897.
  v, 400 p.
Ames PZ3.S813 Inp
 



  On the face of the waters; a tale of the Mutiny
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster New York: Macmillan, 1897.
  475 p.
Ames PZ 3 S813 On2
 



  Sunny memories of an Indian winter
  Dunn, Sara H. London: W. Scott, 1898.
  viii, 320 p.
Ames DS 413 D86x 1898
Picture: Street scene, Amedabad



  Across India at the dawn of the 20th century
  Guinness, Lucy Evangeline, "Mrs. Karl Kumm," London: The Religious tract society, 1898.
  260 p.
Ames DS421 .G96
  Notes: Includes bibliographies and index
Picture: A Parsee family at home
Picture 2: In the women's quarters



  Chundra Lela : the converted fakir
  Lee, Ada Cincinnati: Printed for the author by Curts & Jennings, 1898.
  93 p.
Ames BV 3269 C4 L5x 1898
Picture: Mrs. Lee, baby, Hindu girl



  Our Indian sisters
  Storrow, Edward London: Religious Tract Soc, 1898.
  256 p.
Ames HQ 1742 S7x
Picture: Hindu infanticide



  The history of Lord Lytton's Indian administration, 1876 to 1880:
  Balfour, Elizabeth Edith Bulwer-Lytton Lady London: Longmans, Green and co, 1899.
  viii p., 1 l.,551 p.
Ames DS479.5 .B18
 



  Dharma : three lectures : delivered at the eighth annual convention of the Indian section held at Benares on October 25th, 26th, and 27th, 1898
  Besant, Annie Wood Benares: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1899.
  Ames BP 563 D5x 1897
 



  Our viceregal life in India: selections from my journal, 1884- 1888
  Dufferin and Ava, Harriot Georgina Blackwood Marchioness of, 1843-1936 London: J. Murray, 1889.
  2 v.
Ames DS479.7 .D85
  Notes: Vol. 1 : 2d thousand.
Picture: Harriot Dufferin



  Ivory, apes & peacocks, by Israfel [pseud.]
  Hudson, Gertrude London: At the Sign of the Unicorn, 1899.
  274 p.
Ames DS 413 I77x 1899
 



  Tales of the Punjab Wide-awake stories : a collection of tales told by little children, between sunset and sunrise, in the Panjab and Kashmir, by Flora Annie Steel and Richard Carnac Temple
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster Bombay: Education Society's Press, 1884.
  xii, 445 p.
Ames
  Notes: Includes index.
Picture: Spinning



  Story of a widow remarriage Being the experiences of Madhowdas Rugnathdas, merchant of Bombay
  M-adhavad-asa Raghun-athad-asa Bombay: S. K. Khambata, 1890.
  118 p.
Ames HQ669 .M3
  Notes: "For private circulation only." First written in English, and translated into Gujarati in 1891, under title "Ek punarviv-ahan-i kah-an-i".
 



  From the caves and jungles of Hindostan
  Blavatsky, H. P. London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1892.
  iv, 318 p.
Ames BP561 .I913
  Notes: Translated from the Russian
 



  Four great religions
  Besant, Annie Wood Chicago: The Theosophical Press, 1897.
  Amer. ed.
141 p.
Ames BP 563 F6x 1897
  Notes: Four lectures delivered on the twenty-first anniversary of the Theosophical Society at Adyar, Madras, 1897.
 



  While sewing sandals, or, Tales of a Telugu Pariah tribe
  Rauschenbusch-Clough, Emma London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1899.
  xi, 321 p.
Ames BL 2032 M13 R38x 1899
Picture: Famine-stricken Christians



  Annie Besant : an autobiography
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1908.
  2nd ed.
368 p., <9> leaves of plates.
Ames BP 585 B3 A3 1908
 



  Avatóaras : four lectures delivered at the twenty-fourth anniversary meeting of the Theosophical Society at Adyar, Madras, December, 1899
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1900.
  English ed.
124 p.
Ames BP 563 A8
 



  The birth and evolution of the soul : two lectures
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1903.
  64 p.
Ames BP563 .B5 1903
 



  Des religions pratiqu'ees actuellement dans l'Inde
  Besant, Annie Wood Paris: Publications th'eosophiques, 1907.
  2 p. l., xiv, 437 p.
Series: Biblioth`eque th'eosophique \.
Ames BL2001 .B46r
  Notes: Translation of the separately issued titles, Four great religions; and, The religious problem in India.--cf. Note p. i.
 



  Education as the basis of national life : a lecture
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, Madras: Theosophist Office, 1908.
  Second edition.
28 p.
Series: Adyar popular lectures: no. 2.
Ames Rare BP 563 E3x 1908
  Notes: Cover title. "Delivered at Adyar, in the Theosophical Hall, on February 23rd, 1908."
 



  Esoteric Christianity;
  Besant, Annie Wood New York: J. Lane, 1906.
  xiii, 404 p.
Wils 212 B46e
 



  Evolution of life and form : four lectures delivered at the twenty-third anniversary meeting of the Theosophical Society at Adyar, Madras, 1898
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical Pub. Society, 1900.
  2nd ed.
161 p.
Ames BP 563 E93x 1990
 



  H. P. Blavatsky and the masters of the wisdom
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1907.
  57 p.
Ames BP 563 H25x 1907
  Notes: "Issued as a transaction of the H.P.B. Lodge, London."
 



  Harmlessness
  Besant, Annie Wood Hollywood, Calif: Theosophical Order of Service, Animal Welfare Dept, 19--.
  7 p.
Ames Rare BP 573 A55 B47x 1900z
  Notes: Title from cover.
 



  Is theosophy anti-Christian?
  Besant, Annie Wood Chicago: Rajput Press, 1904?.
  17 p.
Ames BP 563 I68x 1904
  Notes: "An explanation addressed to the Bishop of London, delivered on July 1st, 1904."
 



  The laws of the higher life : three lectures delivered at the twelfth annual convention of the Indian section held at Benares on 26th, 27th and 28th Dec. 1902
  Besant, Annie Wood Benares: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1903.
  71 p.
Ames BP 563 L38x 1903
 



  London lectures of 1907
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1907.
  197 p.
Ames BP 563 L68x 1907
 



  Occult chemistry : a series of clairvoyant observations on the chemical elements, by Annie Besant and C. W. Leadbeater
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical publishing society, 1908.
  92, xxii, ii p., <6> leaves of plates.
Ames BF 1999 B47 1908
  Notes: Reprinted from the Theosophist.
 



  A study in consciousness; a contribution to the science of psychology
  Besant, Annie Wood London New York: Theosophical Pub. Society J. Lane, 1904.
  ix, 443 p.
Ames BF 1031 B45
 



  Theosophical lectures and answers to theosophical questions : being a part of the transactions of the convention of the American Section T.S. Chicago, 1907
  Besant, Annie Wood Chicago: Rajput Press, 1907.
  153 p.
Ames BP563 .T5
 



  Theosophy and the new psychology : a course of six lectures
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1904.
  135 p.
Ames BF 1031 B5 1904
 



  Theosophy in relation to human life : four lectures delivered at the twenty-ninth anniversary meeting of the Theosophical Society, at Benares, December, 1904
  Besant, Annie Wood Benares: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1905.
  123 p.
Ames BP 563 T45x 1905
 



  The wisdom of the Upani.sha.ts : four lectures delivered at the thirty-first anniversary meeting of the Theosophical Society, at Adyar, December, 1906
  Besant, Annie Wood Benares, India: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1907.
  ii, 103, v p.
Ames BL 1120 B48x 1907
 



  The work of the Theosophical Society in India : a lecture
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, Madras: Theosophist Office, 1909.
  25 p.
Ames BP 510 T5 B4x 1909
 



  Irene Petrie, missionary to Kashmir
  Carus-Wilson, Mary Louisa Georgina Petrie London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1900.
  Popular ed., 11th thousand.
xxiii, 343 p., <1> leaf of plates.
Ames BV 3280 K3 C3 1900
  Notes: American ed. (Chicago, F. H. Reveil, 1901) has title: A woman's life for Kashmir.
Picture: Irene Petrie



  Mosaics from India : talks about India, its peoples, religions and customs
  Denning, Margaret B. Edinburgh: Oliphant, Anderson & Ferrier, 1902.
  296 p.
Ames BV 3265 D46 1902
Picture: American missionary in Marathi costume; Group of h
Picture 2: A group of sweepers



  The Englishwoman in India
  Diver, Maud Edinburgh London: W. Blackwood & sons, 1909.
  xiii, 259 p.
Ames DS428 .D6
 



  Ahana
  Edge, K. M. London: Chapman & Hall, 1902.
  344 p.
Ames PZ 3 E33Ax
 



  The original letters from India of Mrs. Eliza Fay
  Fay, Eliza Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, 1908.
  New ed with introd. and notes by the Rev. Walter Kelly Firminger.
xviii, 242 p.
Ames DS 412 F3 1908
  Notes: With reproduction of original t.p.: Original letters from India, containing a narrative of a journey through Egypt and the author's imprisonment at Calicut by Hyder Ally. To which is added an extract of three subsequent voyages to India / by Mrs. Fay. Printed at Calcutta, 1817. Published under the auspices of the Calcutta Historical Society. Includes index.
 



  The journal of Mrs. Fenton : a narrative of her life in India, the Isle of France (Mauritius) and Tasmania during the years 1826-1830
  Fenton, Mrs London: E. Arnold, 1901.
  viii, 396 p.
Ames DS 475.2 F46 A3x 1901
 



  The wrongs of Indian womanhood
  Fuller, Marcus B. Mrs New York: Revell, 1900.
  302 p.
Ames HQ1742 .F95
  Notes: Originally published in the Bombay guardian. cf. Author's pref.
Picture: Only a girl
Picture 2: Nautch girls; An elderly widow



  The life of Mrs. Sherwood the author of 'The Fairchild family' etc
  Gilchrist, Isabella London: R. Sutton, 1907.
  4 p.l., 220 p.
Ames PR5449.S4 Z7
 



  Daughters of darkness in sunny India, a story
  Harband, Beatrice M. New York: F. H. Revell company, 1903.
  302 p.
Ames PZ3.H2121 D
Picture: Sundari



  At work : letters of Marie Elizabeth Hayes, M.B., Missionary doctor, Delhi, 1905-8
  Hayes, Marie Elizabeth London: Marshall Brothers, 1909.
  xii, 263 p., <11> leaves of plates.
Ames R 722.32 H39 A4x
Picture: Principal street in Karnal
Picture 2: The Marie Haes Ward, S. Stephen's Hospital



  Letters from India, 1872-1877
  Hobhouse, Mary Lady Edinburgh: T. and A. Constable at the Edinburgh Univ. Press, 1906.
  vi, 297 p.
Ames DS 479.4 H63x 1906
Picture: Mary Hobhouse



  The Darjeeling disaster, its bright side : the triumph of the six Lee children
  Lee, Ada Calcutta: Methodist Publishing House, 1900.
  viii, 216 p., <16> leaves of plates.
Ames BV 3269 A1 L44x 1900
Picture: Little Esther and her Hindu friend



  In and out of the homes of India
  Lee, Ada Calcutta, India: Methodist Press, 1909.
  vii, 107 p.
Ames BV 3265 L44x 1909
Picture: A widow at six years of age
Picture 2: Cooking Indian style



  An Indian priestess the life of Chundra Lela
  Lee, Ada New York: Fleming H. Revell, 1903.
  111 p.
Ames BV3269.C4 L4
Picture: Reading of the shastras
Picture 2: A Bible cart in India



  Catharine Grace Loch, Royal Red Cross, Senior lady superintendent Queen Alexandra's Military Nursing Service for India: a memoir
  Loch, Catharine Grace London New York: H. Frowde, 1905.
  xiii, 359, <1> p.
Ames UH347 .L8
  Notes: Edited by A. F. Bradshaw.
Picture: Catharine Grace Loch
Picture 2: Catharine Grace Loch, RRC



  Lux Christi; an outline study of India, a twilight land
  Mason, Caroline Atwater New York London: The Macmillan company Macmillan & co., ltd, 1902.
  xii, 280 p.
Ames DS413 .M39
 



  Twenty years in Assam, or, Leaves from my journal
  Moore, P. H. Mrs. New Delhi Gauhati, Assam: Omsons Publications Sole distributors, Western Book Depot, 1982.
  xiv, 222 p.
Ames BV3269.M58 A37 1982
  Notes: Originally published in 1901
 



  An Indian study of love and death
  Nivedita Sister London: Longmans, Green, 1908.
  76 p.
Ames BL 1215 D4 N6
 



  Wayside India
  Power, Maud Waterford: Downey & co, 1907.
  xii, 243 p., <32> l. of plates.
Ames DS 413 P68x 1907
Picture: At Bangalore
Picture 2: From the Marina, Madras



  At home in India : or Tóaza-be-Tóaza, by Mrs. Herbert Reynolds
  Reynolds, Margaretta Catherine Mrs London: Drane, 1903.
  325 p. ; 20 cm.
Ames DS479.1 .R4x
 



  A sportswoman in India; personal adventures and experiences of travel in known and unknown India
  Savory, Isabel London: Hutchinson, 1900.
  ix, 408 p.
Ames SK235 .S26
Picture: Isabel Savory
Picture 2: With my last barrel I fired



  Winter India
  Scidmore, Eliza Ruhamah New York: The Century co, 1903.
  xvi, 400 p.
Ames DS413 .S41
Picture: School boys in Vazir Khan Mosque; Afghan falconer,



  Sri Guru Har Raiji's history ; Sri Guru Har Krishan Ji's history ; Sri Guru Teg Bahadurji's sacrifice ; The story of Sri Guru Govind Singh Ji ; The sacrifice of the princes Zorawar Singh and Fateh Singh Ji ;
  Sikh lady S.l: Pioneer Press, 1904-1905.
  13, 24, 23, 54, 28 p.
Ames Rare BL 2107.8 S554x 1904
 



  Leaves from a journal in the East, December, 1899-November, 1900
  Smith, Julia M. London: W.R. Russell, 1901.
  196 p.
Ames DS 413 S673x 1901
Picture: A sawar in the Khyber Pass; The Kashmir Gate, Delh



  Between the twilights: being studies of Indian women by one of themselves
  Sorabji, Cornelia London New York: Harper and brothers, 1908.
  xiii, 191 p.
Ames HQ1742 .S7
 



  Love and life behind the purdah
  Sorabji, Cornelia London: Freemantle, 1901.
  xxii, 239 p.
Ames PR 9499.3 S65 L68x 1901
Picture: Cornelia Sorabji



  The complete Indian housekeeper & cook : giving the duties of mistress and servants, the general management of the house, and practical recipes for cooking in all its branches
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster London: W. Heinemann, 1907.
  New and rev. ed.
xii, 390 p.
TX157 .S74 1904
  Notes: "First edition, September 1898. New edition, December 1901. New and revised edition, December 1904. Second impression, April 1907"--P. Includes index.
 



  The hosts of the Lord
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster New York: The Macmillan company, 1900.
  vi, <2>, 344 p.
Ames PZ 3 S813 Ho2
 



  In the guardianship of God
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster New York London: The Macmillan company Macmillan & co., ltd, 1903.
  v, 357 p.
PZ3.S813 In
 



  India through the ages;
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster London New York: G. Routledge & sons, limited E. P. Dutton & co, 1908.
  2d ed.
xvi, 366 p., 1 l.
Ames DS436 .S8
 



  Miss Stuart's Legacy
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster London: W. Heinemann, 1900.
  460 p.
Ames PR 5473 S135 M54x 1900
 



  A prince of dreamers
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster London: W. Heinemann, 1908.
  xi, 348 p.
Ames PR 5473 S135 P75x 1908
 



  Voices in the night; a chromatic fantasia
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster New York: The Macmillan company, 1900.
  x, 418 p.
Ames PZ 3 S813 Vo
 



  The Stree Bodhe and social progress in India : a jubilee memorial, together with an account of the jubilee celebrations and lectures
  Bombay: Stree Bodhe Office, 1908.
  xix, 226 p.
Ames HQ 1742 S7
  Notes: Contributions in English and Gujarati.
Picture: Alexandra Native Girls' English Institution
Picture 2: Mrs. Madhavdas Rughnathdas



  Kamala's letters to her husband
  Subba Rau, R. Venkata Madras: English Pub. House, 1902.
  223 p.
Ames PR 9499.3 S82 K36x 1902
 



  The voice of the Orient
  Tibbits, Walter Mrs London: Theosophical Publ. Society, 1909.
  243 p.
Ames DS 413 T52x 1909
Picture: K. Ellen Tibbits
Picture 2: The world's loveliest street



  Ice-bound heights of the Mustagh; an account of two seasons of pioneer exploration and high climbing in the Baltistan Himalaya, by Fanny Bullock Workman and William Hunter Workman
  Workman, Fanny Bullock London: Archibald Constable & co., ltd, 1908.
  444 p.
Ames Rare DS 485 K2 W87x 1908a
  Notes: "With two maps and onehundred and seventyi illustrations."
Picture: Mt. Chogo
Picture 2: Fanny Bullock Workman



  In the ice world of Him'alaya among the peaks and passes of Ladakh, Nubra, Suru, and Baltistan, by Fanny Bullock Workman and William Hunter Workman
  Workman, Fanny Bullock London: T. F. Unwin, 1900.
  xvi, 204 p. incl. front.
DS485.H6 W9
Picture: Women landowners of Ladakh
Picture 2: In a crevasse at Snow Lake



  Peaks and glaciers of Nun Kun; a record of pioneer-exploration and mountaineering in the Punjab Himalaya, by Fanny Bullock Workman and William Hunter Workman
  Workman, Fanny Bullock London: Constable and company ltd, 1909.
  xv, 204 p.
Ames Rare DS485.H6 W88
 



  Aspects of the Christ
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1914.
  24 p.
Series: Adyar pamphlets: no. 22.
Ames rare BP 563 A7x 1914
 



  Myths and legends ; Hindus and Buddhists
  Nivedita, Sister Boston: Nickerson, 1913.
  425 p.
Ames BL 2001 N6 1900z
  Notes: The folklore edition of Myths and legends. "Limited to one thousand numbered copies, of which this is number 899."
 



  Dharma
  Besant, Annie Wood Krotona, Calif: Theosophical Publishing House, 1918.
  3rd ed.
77 p.
Ames BP 563 D5x
 



  East and West and The destinies of nations
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1915.
  38 p.
Series: Adyar pamphlets: no. 53.
Ames rare CB 251 B4x 1915
  Notes: "Reprinted 1915"--Inside front cover.
 



  Essays and addresses
  Besant, Annie Wood London: The Theosophical publishing society, 1913.
  328 p.
Wils 212 B46es
 



  Giordano Bruno theosophy's apostle in the sixteenth century; a lecture delivered in the Sorbonne at Paris, on June 15, 1911, and The story of Giordano Bruno
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophist office, 1913.
  52 p.
Ames BP 563 B7 B4x
  Notes: Stamped on t.p.: Moon Light Publishers, New Delhi.
 



  H. P. Blavatsky and the masters of the wisdom
  Besant, Annie Wood Krotona, Calif: Theosophical publishing house,ltd, 1918.
  109 p.
Ames BP 563 H25x 1918
  Notes: Originally published in 1907.
 



  How India wrought for freedom
  Besant, Annie Wood Madras, India London: Theosophical publishing house T. P. S, 1915.
  6 p.l., lix, 709 p.
Ames DS445 .B46
 



  The immediate future : and other lectures
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical Pub. Society, 1911.
  vii, 176 p.
Ames BP563 .I44x 1911
 



  India a nation; a plea for Indian self-government
  Besant, Annie Wood London: T.C. & E.C. Jack, 1916.
  94 p.
Ames JQ 215 B3
 



  Initiation, the perfecting of man
  Besant, Annie Wood London: The Theosophical Publishing Society, 1912.
  vi, 131 p.
Ames BP563 .I6
 



  An introduction to the science of peace
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophist Office, 1912.
  86, viii p.
Ames BP 563 I65x 1912
  Notes: Contains section on theosophy and the Theosophical Society.
 



  Islam in the light of theosophy : a lecture
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, Madras: Theosophist Office, 1912.
  24 p.
Series: Adyar popular lectures: no. 20.
Ames rare BP 173 T45 B47x 1912
  Notes: Cover title.
 



  Lectures on political science : being an introduction to its study
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, India: Commonweal Office, 1919.
  x, 174 p.
Ames JA 66 B42x 1919
 



  Man : whence, how and whither : a record of clairvoyant investigation, by Annie Besant and C. W. Leadbeater
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, Madras: Theosophical publishing house, 1913.
  2 p. leaves, 8 p., 1 leaf, v p., 1 leaf, 524 p., double col. Front.
Wilson 212 B46m
 



  Man's life in this and other worlds : II. Mans life in the astral world and after death
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1912.
  28 p.
Series: Adyar popular lectures: no. 23.
Ames rare BP 563 M392x 1912
  Notes: Cover title. The second of four lectures delivered in the Victoria Town Hall, Madras, on November 17, 1912.
 



  Man's life in three worlds : a booklet for beginners
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House Indian Book Depot, 1919.
  95 p.
Ames rare BP 563 M395x 1919
  Notes: Previously published in the Weekly Supplement of New India,the Madras Daily and the Adyar Bulletin.
 



  Marriage, as it was, as it is, and as it should be : a plea for reform
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Freethought, 1879?.
  60 p.
 
  Notes: Imprint date in manuscript.
 



  The masters and the way to them : a lecture
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophist Office, 1912.
  28 p.
Series: Adyar popular lectures: no. 19.
Ames rare BP 573 D5 B47x 1912
  Notes: "Delivered in The Dome, Brighton, on 30th June, 1911"
 



  Occult chemistry : clairvoyant observations on the chemical elements, by Annie Besant and Charles W. Leadbeater; edited by A. P. Sinnett
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical publishing house, 1919.
  Rev. ed.
iv p., 1 l., 109 p.
Walter 540.1 B463
  Notes: "I have contributed an entirely new preliminary chapter ... From the beginning of chapter III to the end the book in its present form is simply a reprint of the original edition."--Pref.
 



  On moods
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1914.
  22 p.
Series: Adyar pamphlets: no. 46.
Ames rare BP 563 O58x 1930
  Notes: Reprinted from the Theosophical Review, vol. 35, no.207, November 1904.
 



  The path of discipleship : four lectures delivered at the twentieth anniversary of the Theosophical Society, at Adyar, Madras, December 27, 28, 29 and 30, 1895
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Pub. House, 1918.
  4th ed.
136 p.
Ames BP 563 P3x 1918
 



  Popular lectures on theosophy : delivered at Adyar, India in February and March, 1910
  Besant, Annie Wood Chicago: Rajput, 1910.
  106 p.
Wilson 212 B46p
 



  The riddle of life : and how theosophy answers it
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1913.
  58 p., [4] leaves of plates.
Ames BP 563 R5x 1913
 



  The riddle of life : and how theosophy answers it
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1918.
  51 p.
Ames BP 563 R5x 1918
 



  The self and its sheaths : four lectures delivered at the nineteenth anniversary of the Theosophical Society, at Adyar, Madras, December 25th, 26th, 27th and 28th, 1894
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophist Office, 1912.
  2nd ed.
122 p.
Ames BP 563 S37x 1912
 



  The story of the great war some lessons from the Mahabharata for the use of Hindu students in the schools of India
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, Madras: Theosophical Publishing House, 1919.
  224 p.
Ames BL1130.A3 B4 1919
  Notes: "From notes of lectures originally delivered at the Central Hindu College, Benares." "Second edition."
 



  A study in karma
  Besant, Annie Wood Hollywood: Theosophical publishing house, 1918.
  114, [1] p.
Ames BP563 .S76
 



  Theosophy
  Besant, Annie Wood London: T. C. & E. C. Jack Dodge publishing co, 1912.
  94 p.
Wilson 212 B46t
 



  Theosophy and life's deeper problems; being the four convention lectures delivered in Bombay at the fortieth anniversary of the Theosophical Society, December, 1915
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House, 1916.
  94 p.
Ames BP 563 T593x 1916
 



  Lotus buds
  Carmichael, Amy London: Morgan and Scott, 1910.
  xii, 341 p.
Ames BV 3265 C349x 1910
Picture: Sturdy and Stolid, and little Veera, whose story i
Picture 2: Seweing class in the courtyard



  Behind the Purdah, or, The lives and legends of our Hindu sisters
  Cattell, Milly Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, 1916.
  iv, 92 p.
Ames HQ1742 .C37 1916
Picture: Purdah ladies bathing in the Ganges
Picture 2: A lady worshipping in her private temple of Siva



  The position of women in Indian life
  Chimnabai II, maharani of Baroda London: Longmans, Green & co, 1911.
  xl, 358 p.
Ames HQ1743 .C5 1912
Picture: The Maharani of Baroda



  Life and letters of Raja Rammohun Roy
  Collet, Sophia Dobson Calcutta: A. C. Sarkar, 1913.
  2d ed..
lxxxiv, 278 p.
Ames DS 475.2 R18 C6 1913
Picture: Sophia Dobson Collet



  The harim and the purdah; studies of oriental women
  Cooper, Elizabeth London: T. F. Unwin, ltd, 1915.
  309 p.
Ames HQ1170 .C77
Picture: Dancing girl of Jeypore
Picture 2: A carriage for women



  The great amulet
  Diver, Maud New York: G.P. Putnam, 1914.
  504 p.
Wilson 825 D638 OG
 



  The judgment of the sword;
  Diver, Maud London: Constable, 1913.
  xii, 640 p.
Ames PZ3.D638 Ju
 



  The strong hours
  Diver, Maud Boston and New York: Houghton Mifflin company, 1919.
  497 p.
AmesPZ3.D638 Str
 



  Simla village tales, or, Folk tales from the Himalayas
  Dracott, Alice Elizabeth London: J. Murray, 1914.
  Popular ed.
xiv, 237 p.
Ames GR 305 D6 1914
Picture: The snake's bride



  Pandita Rambai : the story of her life
  Dyer, Helen S London: Morgan and Scott, 1914.
  New ed.
107 p.
Ames DS 479.1 R3 D8 1914
Picture: Ananti Shastri and his family
Picture 2: Sharada Sadan pupils; Ramabai disguised as a Mahar



  From a Punjaub pomegranate grove
  Dyson, C. C London: Mills & Boon, 1913.
  289 p.
Ames DS421 D9
  Notes: Reprint 1985 with title: Fragments from Indian life
Picture: A Parsee medicine lady
Picture 2: An Armenian lady



  Through wonderful India and beyond
  Hamilton, Norah Rowan London: Holden & Hardingham, 1915.
  308 p.
Ames DS413 .H3
Picture: Native musicians
Picture 2: The ridge, Delhi, with the Mutiny Memorial



  A bluestocking in India, her medical wards and messages home
  Heston, Winifred New York: Fleming H. Revell company, 1910.
  226 p.
Wils 81H469 OB
 



  Indian love
  Hope, Laurence London: 1914.
  92 p.
Wilson 825 H77 OIn
  Notes: Laurence Hope pseud of Adela Nicolson
 



  India's love lyrics;
  Hope, Laurence New York: J. Lane, 1912.
  viii, 172 p.
Wilson 825 H77 OI
  Notes: Laurence Hope, pseud of Adela Nicolson
 



  Last poems;
  Hope, Laurence New York: J. Lane company, 1912.
  95 p.
Wilson 825 H77 OL
  Notes: Laurence Hope, pseud of Adela Nicolson
 



  Stars of the desert
  Hope, Laurence New York: J. Lane, 1912.
  151 p.
Wilson 825 H77 OS
  Notes: Laurence Hope, pseud of Adela Nicolson
 



  Travels east of Suez
  Humphreys, Rachel London: Heath, Cranton & Ouseley, 1915.
  223 p.
Ames DS 413 H93x 1915
Picture: Native ferry, Teesta River, Dooars



  Memoir of Louise Lawrence
  Lawrence, Louise London: Longmans, Green, 1913.
  43 p.
Ames DS 413 L38x 1913
  Notes: "For private circulation only"--T.p.
Picture: Louise Lawrence
Picture 2: Rahri, Sind Desert



  Lady Login's recollections; court life and camp life
  Login, Lena Campbell Lady London: Smith, Elder & co, 1916.
  345 p.
Ames DS475.2.L83 A3
Picture: Lady Login
Picture 2: The Princess Victoria Gouramma of Coorg



  Observations on the Mussulmauns of India
  Mir Hasan Ali, B. Mrs London: Oxford university press, 1917.
  2d ed.
xxviii, 442 p.
Ames DS427 .M5 1917
 



  Mrs. Sarojini Naidu; a sketch of her life and an appreciation of her works
  Naidu, Sarojini Madras: G. A. Natesan, 1910.
  48 p.
Ames PR 6027 A53 B5
  Notes: Cover title. Includes three speeches by Sarojini Naidu.
Picture: Sarojini Naidu



  Autumn leaves from Assam : a continuation of my journal Twenty years in Assam and Further leaves from Assam
  Moore, Jessie Fremont Newgong: Moore, 1910.
  x, 96 p.
Ames BV 3280 A8 M6x
 



  Jungle days : being the experience of an American woman doctor in India
  Munson, Arley Isabel New York: D. Appleton, 1913.
  297 p.
Ames DS 413 M876
Picture: Dr. Arley Munson
Picture 2: Kashmiri women



  Kipling's India
  Munson, Arley Isabel Garden City, N.Y: Doubleday, Page & company, 1915.
  204 p.
Ames PR4856. M8
Picture: A native bazaar at Lahore
Picture 2: The suttee pillar at Benares



  My recollections of the Sepoy revolt (1857-58)
  Muter, Elizabeth McMullin "Mrs. D. D. Muter." London: John Long limited, 1911.
  266 p.
Ames DS478 .M8
Picture: Colonel and Mrs. Dunbar Douglas Muter
Picture 2: Death of Colonel Finnis at Meerut



  The bird of time;
  Naidu, Sarojini New York: John Lane, 1912.
  102 p.
Ames PR6027.A53 B5
 



  Select essays of Sister Nivedita
  Nivedita, Sister Madras: Ganesh, 1911.
  3rd ed.
vi, 282 p.
Ames DS 407 N48x 1911
 



  Studies from an eastern home
  Nivedita, Sister London: Longmans, Green, 1913.
  xlii, 213 p.
Ames DS421 .N72
  Notes: "Books by Sister Nivedita": leaf following p. xlii.
 



  Select essays of Sister Nivedita
  Nivedita Sister Madras: Ganesh, 1911.
  3rd ed.
vi, 282 p.
Ames DS 407 N48x 1911
Picture: Sister Nivedita



  Studies from an eastern home
  Nivedita Sister London: Longmans, Green, 1913.
  xlii, 213 p.
Ames DS421 .N72
  Notes: "Books by Sister Nivedita": leaf following p. xlii.
Picture: Sister Nivedita



  Web of Indian life
  Noble, Margaret Elizabeth Bombay: Longmans, Green, 1918.
  New ed.
276 p.
Ames DS 421 N74 1918
 



  Southern India, painted by Lady Lawley
  Penny, F. E London: A. & C. lack, 1914.
  xi, 257 p.
Ames DS 421 P44x
  Notes: Plates accompanied by guard sheets with descriptive letter press.
Picture: A Muhammadan lady
Picture 2: A Canarese woman drawing water



  The Anglo-Indians
  Perrin, Alice London: Methuen, 1912.
  4th ed.
312 p.
Series: Methuen's colonial library \.
Ames PR 6031 E54 A55x 1912
 



  The life and times of Mrs. Sherwood (1775-1851) from the diaries of Captain and Mrs. Sherwood
  Sherwood Mrs London: Wells Gardner, Darton, 1910.
  xiv, 519 p.
Ames PR5449.Z4 Z55 1910
 



  A turning point in the Indian mutiny
  Sieveking, Isabel Giberne London: D. Nutt, 1910.
  226 p.
Ames DS478 .S6
Picture: Attack on Arrah House
Picture 2: The mother of John Nicholson



  Indian tales of the great ones among men, women, and bird-people
  Sorabji, Cornelia Bombay: Blackie and son, limited, 1916.
  96 p.
Ames GR 305 S67x
 



  The Purdahnashin
  Sorabji, Cornelia Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, 1917.
  xviii, 80 p.
Ames HQ 1742 S69x 1917
 



  The adventures of Akbar
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster New York: Frederick A. Stokes company, 1913.
  Walter 825 St32 OA
 



  King-errant
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster New York: Frederick A. Stokes company, 1912.
  355 p.
Ames PZ3.S813 Ki
 



  The mercy of the Lord
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster London: W. Heinemann, 1914.
  311 p.
Ames PR 5473 S135 M47x 1914
 



  The heart of Jainism
  Stevenson, Sinclair Mrs. London: H. Milford, 1915.
  xxiv, 336 p.
Series: Religious quest of India \.
Ames BL1350 .S7
 



  Gohur-i-ikbal. English An account of my life
  Sultan, Jahan Begam Nawab of Bhopal London: John Murray, 1910-1927.
  3 v.
Ames DS485.B5 S813 1910
  Notes: Translation of Gohur-i-ikbal. Vol. 2 translated by Abdus Samad Khan has imprint: Bombay, The Times Press.
Picture: Her Highness Nawab Sultan Jahan Begam
Picture 2: Sahibzadi Asif Jahan Begum



  Hayat-i-Qudsi, life of the Nawab Gauhar Begum alias the Nawab Begum Qudsia of Bhopal
  Sultan, Jahan Begam Nawab of Bhopal London: Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1918.
  160 p.
Ames DS485 B56 G3x
Picture: Sultan Jahan Begum



  Muslim home Part 1, a present to the married couple
  Sultan, Jahan Begam Nawab of Bhopal Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, 1916.
  iii, 74 p.
Ames HQ 525 I8 S9x
 



  Bengal dacoits and tigers
  Sunity Devee Maharani of Cooch Behar Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, 1916.
  113 p.
Ames PZ 1 D4Benx
Picture: Trapped by a cobra
Picture 2: Bengal dacoits and tigers



  Nine ideal Indian women
  Sunity Devee Maharani of Cooch Behar Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, 1919.
  214 p.
Ames Quarto BL 1216 S86x 1919
Picture: Sati
Picture 2: Sita



  General Sir Alex Taylor, G. C. B., R. E.: his times, his friends, and his work
  Taylor, Alicia Cameron London: Williams and Norgate, 1913.
  2 v.
Ames DS475.2.T27 T3
  Notes: Written by his daughter
Picture: Alex Taylor



  Toru Dutt : a sketch of her life and an appreciation of her works
  Madras: G.A. Natesan, 1917.
  2d ed.
44 p.
Series: Biographies of eminent Indians \.
Ames PR 4639 D37 Z88x 1917
 



  The devil's wind
  Wentworth, Patricia New York London: G. P. Putnam's sons, 1912.
  x, 427 p.
PZ3.W4885 D2
 



  Life of G. L. Wharton
  Wharton, Emma Virginia New York: Flemming H. Revell co, 1913.
  251 p.
Ames BV 3269 W45 W5
Picture: The mission bungalow at Hurda
Picture 2: The Christian Bible College at Jubbulpore



  Letters from India
  Wilson, Anne Ccampbell, Lady Edinburgh London: W. Blackwood and sons, 1911.
  vi, 417 p.
Ames DS421 .W65
 



  The call of the snowy Hispar; by William and Fanny Bullock Workman
  Workman, Fanny Bullock London: Constable and company, ltd, 1910.
  xvi, 297 p.
Ames rare DS485 .H6 W95
Picture: Portrait of authors
Picture 2: The Mir of Nagar



  Two summers in the ice-wilds of eastern Karakoram; the exploration of nineteen hundred square miles of mountain and glacier, by Franny Bullock and William Hunter Workman
  Workman, Fanny Bullock London: Unwin, 1917.
  296 p.
Ames rare DS485.K2 W9
Picture: Approaching the summit of Junction Mountain



  Women under polygamy
  Gallichan, Walter Matthew London: Holden & Hardingham, 1914.
  335 p.
Ames HQ981 .G3
Picture: Girls of northern India



  The education of the women of India
  Cowan, Minna Galbraith New York: Fleming H. Revell company, 1912.
  256 p.
LC2322 .C67
 



  Days and nights of shikar
  Baillie, W. W. Mrs London New York: J. Lane Co, 1921.
  v, 241 p.
Ames SK235 .B3
 



  Brahmavidya : divine wisdom
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1923.
  xi, 113 p.
Series: Brahmavidya library: no. 1.
Ames BP 563 B73x 1923
  Notes: "Being the six inaugural lectures of the Brahmavidyashrama, Adyar, October, 1922." -- t.p.
 



  England and India
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1921.
  24 p.
Series: Adyar pamphlets: no. 34.
Ames rare DS 450 G7 B47x 1921
  Notes: Reprint. Originally published: 1906.
 



  The lives of Alcyone, by Annie Besant and Rt. Rev. C. W. Leadbeater
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Pub. House, 1924.
  2 v.
Ames BP 563 L57x 1924
 



  On karma
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1921.
  28 p.
Series: Adyar pamphlets: no. 125.
Ames rare BP 573 K3 B4x 1921
  Notes: "May 1921" "A lecture to the Glasgow Lodge, T.S."--P. [1].
 



  The Bhagavad-Gita, or, The Lord's song, translated by Annie Besant
  Besant, Annie Wood Chicago: Theosophical Press, 1923.
  176 p.
Ames PK 3633 B5 B5x 1923
 



  The coming of the world-teacher : a lecture given at the Queen's hall, London, on November 1, 1925
  Besant, Annie Wood Chicago: Theosophical press, 1925.
  31 p.
Ames BP 563 C65x 1925
 



  The future of Indian politics.
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, India: Theosophical Pub. House, 1922.
  vi, 351 p.
Series: Asian library \.
Ames DS448 .B45
 



  India, bond or free? A world problem
  Besant, Annie Wood London New York: G. P. Putnam's sons, ltd, 1926.
  216 p.
Ames DS463 .B415
 



  Shall India live or die?
  Besant, Annie Wood Madras: National home rule league, 1925.
  159, 25 p.
Ames DS480.45 .B4
 



  Spiritual life for the man of the world
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophical Pub. House, 1923.
  18 p.
Series: Adyar pamphlets: No. 45.
Ames BP 563 S65x 1923
  Notes: Text of a lecture. Originally published: September 1914.
 



  The secret doctrine: the synthesis of science, religion, and philosophy
  Blavatsky, H. P. London: Theosophical Pub. House, 1921.
  3d and rev. ed.
4 v.
Ames BP 561 S4 1921
 



  The Theosophical Society : the first fifty years
  Blavatsky, H. P London: Theosophical Publishing House, 1925.
  xiii, 79 p.
Ames rare BP 510 T48x 1925
 



  Pandita Ramabai Sarasvati; pioneer in the movement for the education of the child-widow of India
  Butler, Clementina New York: Fleming H. Revell company, 1922.
  96 p.
Ames DS479.1.R3 B8
 



  My lady of the Indian purdah
  Cooper, Elizabeth New York: Frederick A. Stokes company, 1927.
  205 p.
Ames PZ3.C7845 My
 



  The fair sex of India; a reply to "Mother India"
  Devi, Charulata Calcutta: Ramkrishna Cottage, 1929?.
  151 p.
Ames DS421 M416x
 



  Far to seek;
  Diver, Maud Boston: Houghton Mifflin company, 1921.
  458 p.
Ames PZ3.D638 Far
 



  Lonely furrow
  Diver, Maud Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1923.
  433 p.
Wilson 825 D638 OL
 



  Siege perilous, and other stories
  Diver, Maud Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1924.
  vii, 309 p.
Wilson 825 D638 OSie
 



  A wild bird
  Diver, Maud Boston: Houghton Mifflin company, 1929.
  484 p.
Ames PZ3.D638 Wi
 



  Life and letters of Toru Dutt, by Harihar Das
  Dutt, Toru London: H. Milford, 1921.
  364 p.
Ames PR4639.D37 Z5
 



  Pandita Ramabai: her vision, her mission and triumph of faith
  Dyer, Helen S. London: Pickering & Inglish, 1920.
  173 p., [29] p. of plates.
Ames DS 479.1 R3 D78x 1920
  Notes: At head of title: A great life in Indian missions.
 



  Courts and camps in India; impressions of viceregal tours, 1921-1925
  Fitz Roy, Yvonne Alice Gertrude London: Methuen & co., ltd, 1926.
  xi, 243 p.
Ames DS413 .F55
 



  Women in modern India, fifteen papers by Indian women writers, collected and edited by Evelyn C. Gedge and Mithan Choksi
  Gedge, Evelyn Clara Bombay: D. B. Taraporewala sons & co, 1929.
  x, 161 p.
Ames HQ1742 .G4
 



  The daughter of Hindusthan, or, The Hindu woman of India
  Ghose, Jogendra Chunder Calcutta: Sen Brothers, 1928?.
  140 p.
Ames HQ 1742 G5x
 



  Evidence, 1928-1929 : oral evidence and written statements of witnesses
  India. Age of Consent Committee Calcutta: Central Publication Branch, 1929.
  2-9 v.
Ames HQ 1742 I55x 1929
 



  Report of the Age of consent committee : 1928-1929
  India. Age of Consent Committee Calcutta: Government of India Central Publication Branch, 1929.
  353 p.
HQ 1742 I54x 1929
  Notes: Includes tables.
 



  General Frederick Young first commandant of Sirmur battalion (Second Gurka rifles) the life-story of one of the old brigade in India : 1786-1874, including reminiscences of Ireland and India in the 'fifties, by his daughter
  Jenkins, Louisa Hadow Young London: G. Routledge, 1923.
  xi, 268 p.
AmesDS475.2.Y7 J4
 



  Harem, purdah or seclusion
  Kidwai, Mushir Hosain Lahore: Muslim Book Society, 1920.
  29 p.
Ames HQ 1170 K52x 1920
 



  Dans l'Inde (de Ceylan au Népal)
  Lévi, D. Mme Paris: F. Rieder et cie, 1925.
  224 p.
Ames DS413 .L6
 



  Lyon's medical jurisprudence for India
  Lyon, Isidore Bernadotte Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, 1921.
  7th ed.
793 p.
Ames RA 1051 L9x
 



  Pandita Ramabai
  Macnicol, Nicol London: Student Christian Movement Press, 1926.
  147 p.
Series: Builders of modern India \.
Ames DS479.1.R3 M3
 



  Mother India
  Mayo, Katherine New York: Harcourt, Brace, 1927.
  xiv, 440 p.
Ames DS 421 M4
 



  The face of Mother India
  Mayo, Katherine London: Hamish Hamilton, 1935.
  41, [192] p.
Ames folio DS 408 M39x 1935
  Notes: Illustrations with descriptive letterpress: [192] p. at end.
 



  Slaves of the gods
  Mayo, Katherine New York: Harcourt, Brace and company, 1929.
  278 p.
Ames DS421 .M5
 



  Indian dream lands
  Mordecai, Margaret Gregg London: G. P. Putnam's sons ltd, 1925.
  401 p.
Ames DS413 .M85
 



  The sceptred flute: songs of India
  Naidu, Sarojini New York: Dodd, Mead & company, 1928.
  xvii, 231 p.
Wilson 825 N141 OS
 



  The master as I saw him : being pages from the life of the Swami Vevekananda
  Nivedita Sister Calcutta: Udbodhan Office, 1923.
  3rd. ed.
510, xxv p.
Wilson 294 V83n
 



  Notes of some wanderings with the Swami Vivekananda
  Nivedita Sister Calcutta: Udbodhan Office, 1922.
  137 p.
Wilson 294 V83nn
 



  Sous le ciel de l'Inde : voyage au pays de Rabindranath Tagore
  Öhman, Fia Paris: P. Roger, 1925.
  265 p.
Ames DS 413 G45x 1925
  Notes: "La matière de deux volumes publiés originairement en suédois, l'un sur Ceylan, l'autre sur l'Inde."
 



  India and the earthly paradise
  Pankhurst, E. Sylvia Delhi: B.R. Pub. Corp, 1985.
  638 p.
Ames DS479 .P36 1985
  Notes: Reprint. Originally published: 1926.
 



  Sádhu Sundar Singh, called of God
  Parker, Rebecca Jane Madras: Christian literature society for India, 1920.
  [4th ed.].
16, 144 p.
Ames BV 5095 S8 P3
 



  Children of the light in India;
  Parker, Rebecca Jane New York: Fleming H. Revell company, 1929.
  192 p.
Ames BR1155 .P3
 



  Children of the light in India;
  Parker, Rebecca Jane New York: Fleming H. Revell company, 1929.
  192 p.
Ames BR1155 .P3
 



  The home and health in India and the tropical colonies.
  Platt, Kate Anne London: Baillière, Tindal & Cox, 1923.
  x, 216 p.
Ames RC 961 P5x
  Notes: "This little book has been written in the hope that it may be of use to the woman who is making her home in India or in one of the tropical colonies of our empire."--Pref.
 



  Women of India
  Rothfield, Otto Bombay: Taraporevala Sons, 1920.
  viii, 222 p.
Ames DS 422 W8 R7x
  Notes: Ames title pages lists author as Rothfeld
 



  Eastern stories and legends
  Shedlock, Marie L. New York: E. P. Dutton & company, 1920.
  xxi, 212 p.
Ames PZ8.1.S538 Ea
  Notes: "Stories of the Buddha-rebirths." "Notes for teachers": p. 203-212.
 



  Shubala - a child mother
  Sorabji, Cornelia Calcutta: Baptist Mission Press, 1920.
  27 p.
Ames HQ 1743 S67x 1920
 



  The builder
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster New York: F.A. Stokes, 1929.
  322 p.
Ames PR 5473 S135 B85x 1929
 



  The garden of fidelity being the autobiography of Flora Annie Steel, 1847-1929
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster London: Macmillan, 1929.
  xi, 293 p.
Ames PR 5473 S135 Z5
 



  India, painted by Mortimer Mempes; described by Flora Annie Steel
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster London: A. & C. Black, 1923.
  New ed rev. by H. Clive Barnard.
x, 220 p.
Ames DS 413 S81x
 



  Tales of the tides and other stories
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster London: William Heinemann, 1923.
  302 p.
Ames PZ 3 S813 Ta
 



  The rites of the twice-born
  Stevenson, Sinclair Mrs. London: H. Milford, 1920.
  xxiv, 474 p.
Ames BL1205 .S8
 



  Hayat-i-Shahjehani, life of Her Highness the late Nawab Shahjehan Begum of Bhopal, C. I., G. C. S. I
  Sultan Jahan Begam nawab of Bhopal Bombay: Times Press, 1926.
  301 p.
Ames DS485.B5 S84
 



  al Hijab : or, Why purdah is necessary
  Sultan Jahan Begam Nawab of Bhopal Calcutta: Thacker, Spink, 1922.
  v, 212 p.
Ames HQ 1742 S8x 1922
 



  The autobiography of an Indian princess
  Suniti Devi, maharani of Cooch Behar London: J. Murray, 1921.
  251 p.
Ames DS479.1.S8 A3
 



  The life of Princess Yashodara, wife and disciple of the Lord Buddha
  Suniti Devi, maharani of Cooch Behar London: E. Mathews and Marrot, 1929.
  xi, 75 p.
Ames BL1473.Y33 S8
 



  Women of Bengal : a study of the Hindu pardanasins of Calcutta
  Urquhart, Margaret M. Calcutta: Association Press (Y. M. C. A.), 1927.
  3rd ed.
vi, 165 p.
Series: Women of India series \.
Ames HQ 1744 B4 U7x 1926
 



  Women of Bengal : a study of the Hindu pardanasins of Calcutta
  Urquhart, Margaret M. Calcutta: Association Press (Y. M. C. A.), 1927.
  3rd ed.
vi, 165 p.
Series: Women of India series \.
Ames HQ 1744 B4 U7x 1926
 



  Women of Assam
  Vickland, Ellen Elizabeth Philadelphia: The Judson Press, 1928.
  179 p.
Ames BV3280.A8 V58
 



  Some women of Sindh in home and hospital
  Western, Ruth Helen London: Church of England Zenana Missionary Society, 1928.
  155 p.
Ames HQ 1744 S6 W4x
 



  Understanding India
  Williams, Gertrude Leavenworth New York: Coward-McCann, inc, 1928.
  xiii, 329 p.
Ames DS421 .W5
 



  India and the English
  Wingfield-Stratford, Barbara Elizabeth Errington London: J. Cape, 1922.
  223 p.
Ames DS421 .W7
 



  Talks with a class
  Besant, Annie Wood Chicago: Theosophical Publishing House, 1922.
  xiii, 206 p.
Ames BP 563 T34x 1921
 



  Talks on the path of occultism : a commentary on At the feet of the Master, The voice of the silence, and Light on the path
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1926.
  ix, 969 p.
Ames BP 563 T32x 1926
 



  The three world movements : being the Jubilee Convention Lectures delivered at Adyar at the Fiftieth anniversary of the Theosophical society, December, 1925
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1926.
  125 p.
Ames BP 563 T47x 1926
 



  What the mystic means by the "eternal now" : a talk to students by Annie Besant, July 16, 1905
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1921.
  2nd ed.
19 p.
Ames rare BP 563 W43x 1921
 



  World problems of to-day : a series of lectures delivered at the Queen's Hall in the autumn, 1925
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical Pub. House, 1925.
  144 p.
Ames BL 65 S43 B47x 1925
 



  Through teakwood windows; close-up views of India's womanhood
  Higginbottom, Ethel Cody New York: Fleming H. Revell company, 1926.
  129 p.
Ames DS422.W8 H5
 



  Great Ganga the guru, or, How a seeker sought the real, by Kavita Kaumudi, [pseud.]
  Kavita Kaumudi London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner, 1920?.
  126 p.
Ames PR 6021 A76 G74x 1920
 



  In the shadow of the Himalayas; a historical narrative of the missions of the United Presbyterian Church of North America as conducted in the Punjab, India, 1855-1940
  Anderson, Emma Dean Philadelphia, Pa Pittsburgh, Pa: The United Presbyterian Board of Foreign Missions The Women's General Missionary Society, 1942.
  372 p.
Ames BV3280.P8 A5
  Notes: Map on lining-papers.
 



  Meet India; everyday facts about India
  Cline, Marie I. Albuquerque: The University of New Mexico press, 1943.
  176 p.
Ames DS421 .C6 1943
 



  Meet India; everyday facts about India
  Cline, Marie I Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 1943.
  176 p.
Ames DS421 .C6 1943
 



  Indian womanhood today
  Cousins, Margaret E Allahabad: Kitabistan, 1941.
  207 p.
Ames HQ1742 .C6
 



  Journey among warriors
  Curie, Eve Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran, 1943.
  viii, 501 p.
Ames D811.5 .C85 1943
  Notes: Maps on lining papers. Includes index.
 



  Journey among warriors
  Curie, Eve Garden City: Doubleday, Doran and Co, 1943.
  501 p.
Ames D811.5 .C853
 



  The untouchables of India
  Ouwerkerk, Louise London: Oxford University Press, 1945.
  47 p.
Ames DS422.C3 O8
 



  Hidden highway; experiences on the northwest frontier of India
  Davidson, Flora Marion New York: F. H. Revell Co, 1948.
  191 p.
Ames BV3280.N6 D3
 



  Royal India a descriptive and historical study of India's fifteen principal states and their rulers
  Diver, Maud London: Hodder & Stoughton limited, 1942.
  x, 278 p.
Ames DS445 .D5 1942
 



  The unsung; a record of British services in India
  Diver, Maud Edinburgh and London: W. Blackwood & sons ltd, 1945.
  296 p.
Ames TA103 .D5
 



  Women and social injustice
  Gandhi Mahatma Ahmedabad: Navajivan Pub. House, 1947.
  3rd enl. ed.
xi, 216 p.
Ames HQ 1743 G28x 1947
 



  Bengal journey; a story of the part played by women in the province, 1939-1945
  Godden, Rumer London: Longmans, Green & co., ltd, 1945.
  iv, 132 p.
Ames D810.W7 G57
 



  Breakfast with the Nikolides
  Godden, Rumer Boston: Little, Brown and company, 1942.
  291 p.
Ames PZ3.G5422 Br
 



  The river
  Godden, Rumer Boston: Little, Brown and company, 1946.
  176 p.
Ames PZ3.G5422 Ri
 



  Rungli-Rungliot means in Paharia, Thus far and no further
  Godden, Rumer   1946.
  xiv, 196 p.
Ames DS 486 R8 G6 1946
 



  Rungli-Rungliot (thus far and no further)
  Godden, Rumer London: P. Davies, 1944.
  3 p.l., 130 p.
Ames DS486.R8 G6
 



  Take three tenses : a fugue in time
  Godden, Rumer Boston: Little, Brown & Co, 1945.
  252 p.
Wilson 825 G532 OT
 



  The bird escaped
  Godden, Jon New York: Rinehart & company, inc, 1947.
  179 p.
Wilson 825 G531 OBZ3.G54215 Bi
 



  Indian women and the West
  Gray, Hester Alice Macdonald London: Zenith Press, 1944?.
  63 p.
Ames HQ1742 .G7
  Notes: "Reprinted ... from the larger work, Modern India and the West [edited by L. S. S. O'Malley] published by the Royal Institute of International Affairs, with slight revision and addition.
 



  Revolution in India
  Gunther, Frances Fineman New York: Island press, 1944.
  3 p.l., 122 p.
Ames DS480.82 .G8
 



  The forbidden land
  Hettleman, Bertha New York: Margent Press, 1947.
  207 p.
Ames PZ 3 H477Fo
 



  Indian harvest
  Hinkson, Pamela London: Collins, 1941.
  320 p.
Ames DS413 .H56
 



  With no regrets an autobiography
  Hutheesing, Krishna Nehru New York: The John Day company, 1945.
  160 p.
Ames DS481.H8 A3
 



  Woman in Islam; a manual with special reference to conditions in India, by V. R. and L. Bevan Jones
  Jones, V. R Lucknow: Lucknow Pub. House, 1941.
  xi, 455 p.
Ames HQ1170 .J6
 



  Here is India
  Kennedy, Jean Wilson New York: C. Scribner's sons, 1945.
  3 p.l., 154 p.
Ames DS421 .K38
 



  Indian embers
  Lawrence, Rosamond Napier lady Oxford: G. Ronald, 1949.
  397 p.
Ames DS428 .L3
  Notes: Based on the author's diary, April 1914-April 1921.
 



  India, an American view : a 1942 survey
  Mitchell, Kate Louise London: John Lane, the Bodley Head, 1943.
  236 p.
Ames DS 480.45 M5 1943
  Notes: Published in U. S. under title: India without fable.
 



  Twentieth century India, by Kate Mitchell and Kumar Goshal
  Mitchell, Kate Louise St. Louis: 1944.
  1 p.l., 94 p.
AmesDS421 .M62
 



  Queen Mary's book for India
  Sorabji, Cornelia London: G. G. Harrap & co. ltd, 1943.
  102 p.
Ames D742.I4 Q4
 



  Home to India
  Rama Rau, Santha New York: Harper & brothers, 1945.
  236 p.
Ames DS 413 R24
 



  Pioneer women of India
  Sengupta, Padmini Sathianadhan Bombay: Thacker, 1944.
  195 p.
Wilson 954 SE56
 



  She wasn't ashamed : autobiography of an Indian prostitute
  Lahore: International publishers, 1945.
  5. ed.
208 p.
Ames rare HQ 238 S54x 1945
 



  North from Bombay
  Thurton-Jones, Edith Constance Bradshaw London: G. Bles, 1944.
  192 p.
Ames PZ 3 T872Nox
 



  Women in Rgveda
  Upadhyaya, Bhagwat Saran Benares: Nand Kishore, 1941.
  2d ed., rev. and enl..
241 p.
Ames DS422 .W8U6 1941
 



  My Indian family
  Wernher, Hilda New York: The John Day company, 1945.
  3 p.l., 298 p.
Ames PZ3.W4954 My
 



  Indigo
  Weston, Christine New York: C. Scribner, 1943.
  374 p.
Ames PZ 3 W528oIn
 



  Changing India; a Muslim woman speaks
  Hussain, Iqbalunnisa Mrs Bangalore: Hosali press, 1940.
  236 p.
Ames DS422.W8 H8
 



  My Khyber marriage; experiences of a Scotswoman as the wife of a Pathan chieftain's son
  Abdullah, Morag Murray London: G. G. Harrap & co., ltd, 1934.
  271 p.
Wilson 921 Ab32
 



  My story, the autobiography of a Hindu widow
  Athavale, Parvati New York: G. P. Putnam's sons, 1930.
  xiv, 149 p.
Ames HQ1742 .A75
 



  Personal reminiscences in India and Europe, 1830-1888, of Augusta Becher
  Becher, Augusta London: Constable, 1930.
  xviii, 230 p.
Ames DS 412 B43x 1930
 



  England, India, and Afghanistan ; and, The story of Afghanistan, or, Why the Tory government gags the Indian press : a plea for the weak against the strong
  Besant, Annie Wood Madras: Theosophical Pub. House, 1931.
  1st Indian ed.
123 p.
Ames DS463 .B395 1931
  Notes: "First printed in London in 1879"--Half t.p. verso
 



  The future of the Theosophical Society : being the five convention lectures delivered in Benares at the fifty-fifth anniversary of the Theosophical Society, December, 1930
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar, Madras, India: Theosophical Publishing House, 1931.
  193 p.
Ames BP 510 T5 B47x 1931
  Notes: The five lecturers are Annie Besant, B. Sanjiva Rao, Ernest Wood, Hirendra Nath Datta, and C. Jinarajadasa.
 



  India, a nation : a plea for Indian self-government
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1930.
  4th ed.
xxii, 226 p.
Ames JQ 215 B3 1930
 



  Karma once more
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1930.
  29 p.
Series: Adyar pamphlets: no. 133.
Ames rare BP 573 K3 B47x 1930
  Notes: "January 1930" "A Lecture delivered at Edinburgh."--P. [1].
 



  Memory and its nature, by Annie Besant and H. P. Blavatsky
  Besant, Annie Wood Adyar: The Theosophical publishing house, 1935.
  81 p.
Walter 154.3 B463
 



  Two stories
  Blavatsky, H. P. Adyar: Theosophical Publishing House, 1932.
  ix, 55 p.
Ames BP 561 T8x 1932
  Notes: Karmic visions was first publilshed in Lucifer, June 1888; An unsolved mystery in the Spiritual scientist, November, 1875.
 



  The key of progress : a survey of the status and conditions of women in India
  Caton, Annie Rose London: Oxford University Press, 1930.
  ix, 250 p.
Ames HQ1742 .C3
 



  Influence of Islam on Indian culture
  Chand, Tara Allahabad: Indian Press, 1936.
  327 p., [31] leaves of plates.
Ames DS 427 C5 1936
 



  Indian patchwork, by Edward and Mary Charles
  Charles, Edward pseud New York: Harcourt, Brace and company, 1934.
  304 p.
Wilson DS421 .C45
 



  The scientific basis of woman's education
  Chiplunkar, Gopal Mahadev Poona: [S. B. Hudlikar], 1930.
  3, xxvii, 333 p.
Ames LC2322 .C5
  Notes: Edited by S. B. Hudlikar.
 



  Uphill steps in India
  Christlieb, Marie Louise London: Allen & Unwin, 1930.
  254 p.
Ames DS 421 C5
 



  The music of Orient and Occident : essays towards mutual understanding
  Cousins, Margaret E. Madras: B. G. Paul & co, 1935.
  199 p.
Music 780.4 C836
 



  A marriage to India
  Das, Frieda Mathilda New York: The Vanguard press, 1930.
  303 p.
Ames DS421 .D3
 



  Purdah: the status of Indian women
  Das, Frieda Mathilda London: K. Paul, Trench, Trubner & co. ltd, 1932.
  ix, 289 p.
Ames HQ1742 .D3
 



  A woman of India : being the life of Saroj Nalini, founder of the Women's Institute Movement in India
  Datta, Gurusadaya New York: Macmillan, 1930.
  143 p.
Ames DS 481 S345 D38x 1930
  Notes: "Original Bengali edition ... was published in January 1926"-- Introd.
 



  The home of the Aryas
  Dhar Kalla, Lachhmi Delhi: Imperial Book Depot Press, 1930.
  vii, 146 p.
Series: Delhi University publications: no. 2.
Ames DS 425 D497x 1930
 



  The dream prevails : a story of India
  Diver, Maud Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co, 1938.
  431 p.
Ames PZ 3 D638 Dr
 



  The hero of Herat : a frontier biography in romantic form
  Diver, Maud London: J. Murray, 1930.
  xv, 322 p.
Ames PZ 3 D638 He 1930
  Notes: Sequel: Retribution.
 



  Honoria Lawrence: a fragment of Indian history
  Diver, Maud Boston New York: Houghton Mifflin company, 1936.
  524 p.
Ames DS475.2.L42 D5 1936a
 



  Kabul to Kandahar
  Diver, Maud London: P. Davies, 1935.
  191 p.
Ames DS364 .D5
 



  Ships of youth : a study of marriage in modern India
  Diver, Maud Edinburgh: W. Blackwood, 1931.
  563 p.
Wilson 825 D638 OS
 



  The singer passes : an Indian tapestry
  Diver, Maud New York: Dodd, Mead and Co, 1934.
  574 p.
Wilson 825 D638 OSi
 



  'Up the country'; letters written to her sister from the upper provinces of India
  Eden, Emily London: H. Milford Oxford university press, 1930.
  New ed.
410 p.
Ames DS 413 E22 1930
 



  India of the princes
  Forbes, Rosita Torr London: Book Club, 1939.
  318 p.
Ames DS 413 F58 1941
 



  India of the princes
  Forbes, Rosita Torr New York: E. P. Dutton & co., inc, 1941.
  318 p.
Wilson 915.4 F746
 



  Black narcissus
  Godden, Rumer Boston: Little, Brown and company, 1939.
  294 p.
Wilson 825 G532 OB
 



  Indian gods and kings; the story of a living past
  Hawkridge, Emma   Cowan, 1935.
  xiv, 304 p.
Ames DS436 .H4
 



  Bells of India; stories of life in the great peninsula
  Higginbottom, Ethel Cody New York: Fleming H. Revell company, 1931.
  172 p.
Ames BV3265 .H46
 



  Women under primitive Buddhism; laywomen and almswomen
  Horner, Isaline Blew London: G. Routledge & sons, ltd, 1930.
  xxiv, 391 p.
Ames HQ1742 .H6
 



  Dr. Ida: India; the life story of Ida S. Scudder
  Jeffery, Mary Pauline New York: Fleming H. Revell company, 1938.
  212 p.
Ames R814.V46 S35
 



  Ida S. Scudder of Vellore : an appreciation of forty years of service in India
  Jeffery, Mary Pauline Mysore: Wesley Press and Pub. House, 1939.
  xiv, 138 p.
Ames R 814 V46 S36
 



  Fifty years with John company
  Low, Ursula London: J. Murray, 1936.
  xxvii, 434 p.
Ames DS475.2.L84 L6
 



  Land of the gold mohur
  Lowther, Alice Blight lady London: P. Allan, 1932.
  vii, 231 p.
Ames DS413 .L76
 



  Forbidden journey, from Peking to Kashmir
  Maillart, Ella London: W. Heinemann, 1937.
  312 p.
Ames DS 793 S62 M32 1937
 



  The face of Mother India
  Mayo, Katherine London: Hamish Hamilton, 1935?.
  41, 192 p.
Ames folio DS 408 M39x 1935
 



  Volume two
  Mayo, Katherine London: J. Cape, 1931.
  262 p.
Ames DS 421 M41
 



  In the world's attic
  Merrick, Henrietta Sands New York: G.P. Putnam's sons, 1931.
  xxii, 259 p.
Ames DS485 .L2M4
 



  India, Minto and Morley, 1905-1910
  Minto, Mary Caroline Grey Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound countess of London: Macmillan, 1934.
  447 p.
Ames DS480.2 .M5
 



  Our cause : a symposium by Indian women
  Nehru, Shyam Kumari Allahabad: Kitabistan, 1938.
  xvi, 419 p.
Ames HQ1743 .N4
 



  Himself; the autobiography of a Hindu lady
  Ranade, Ramabai New York: Longmans, Green and co, 1938.
  xiv, 253 p.
Ames HQ1742 .R28
 



  Dinabandhu; a background book on India
  Seabury, Ruth Isabel New York: Friendship press, 1938.
  x, 182 p.
Ames DS421 .S45
 



  Voiceless India
  Sen, Gertrude Emerson Garden City: Doubleday, Doran, 1930.
  458 p.
Ames DS421 .S47
 



  Voiceless India
  Sen, Gertrude Emerson New York: The John Day company, 1944.
  Rev. ed.
458 p.
Wilson 915.4 Se55
 



  The India that is India
  Sharpe, Elizabeth London: Luzac & co, 1934.
  110 p.
Ames DS421 .S5
 



  India calling; the memories of Cornelia Sorabji
  Sorabji, Cornelia London: Nisbet & co. ltd, 1935.
  308 p.
Ames DS481.S65 A3 1935
 



  Susie Sorabji, Christian-Parsee educationist of western India;
  Sorabji, Cornelia London: Oxford University Press, 1932.
  xii, 71 p.
Ames LA2385.S6 S6
 



  Indian scene collected short stories of Flora Annie Steel
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster London: E. Arnold & Co, 1933.
  638 p.
Ames PZ3.S813 Io
 



  Without the pale; the life story of an outcaste
  Stevenson, Sinclair Mrs. Calcutta: Association press (Y. M. C. A.), 1930.
  87 p.
Ames DS422.C3 S8
 



  Women and marriage in India
  Thomas, Paul London: G. Allen & Unwin ltd, 1939.
  224 p.
Ames HQ1742 .T5
 



  Veiled mysteries of India
  Tibbits, Walter Mrs London: E. Nash & Grayson limited, 1930.
  265, [1] p.
Ames DS413 .T5
 



  Bahina Bai : a translation of her autobiography and verses
  Bahini Delhi: Motilal Banarsidass, 1985.
  xx, 301 p.
Ames PK2418.B3 Z464 1985
  Notes: English and Marathi. Reprint. Originally published: Poona, India : Scottish Mission Industries, 1929. (The poet-saints of Maharashtra ; no. 5)
  Abstract: Autobiography of a 17th century female religious poet from Maharashtra.
 



  India and the earthly paradise
  Pankhurst, E. Sylvia Delhi: B.R. Pub. Corp, 1985.
  638 p.
Ames DS479 .P36 1985
  Notes: Reprint. Originally published: 1926.
 



  Indien, mein Indien : Tagebuch einer Reise
  Boner, Alice Zürich: W. Classen, 1984.
  176 p.
Ames DS413 .B669 1984
 



  Drums behind the hill
  Bower, Ursula Graham New York: Morrow, 1950.
  vi, 270 p.
Ames DS432.N3 B6
  Notes: Autobiographical.
 



  The hidden land
  Bower, Ursula Graham London: Murray, 1953.
  244 p.
Ames DS 485 A86 B6 1953b
 



  The viceroy's wife: letters of Alice, Countess of Reading, from India, 1921-25
  Butler, Iris London: Hodder & Stoughton, 1969.
  190 p., 8 plates.
Ames DS480.6 .B9
 



  Out in the midday sun
  Campbell-Martin, Monica London: Cassell, 1951.
  viii, 196 p.
Ames DS 421 C27x 1951
 



  A corner in India
  Clark, E. W. Mrs. Gauhati: Christian Literature Centre, 1978.
  xvi, 168 p.
Ames BV 3280 A8 C55x 1978
  Notes: T.p. is reproduction of the original. Reprint. Originally published: Philadelphia : American Baptist Publication Society, 1907.
 



  Lady Curzon's India : letters of a vicereine
  Curzon, Mary Lady New York: Beaufort Books, 1986.
  1st American ed.
xi, 180 p.
Ames DS480 .C993 1986
 



  Woman in modern India
  Desai, Neera Bombay: Vora, 1957.
  314 p.
Ames HQ1742 .D47
 



  Golden interlude; the Edens in India, 1836-1842
  Dunbar, Janet Boston: Houghton, Mifflin, 1956.
  239 p.
Ames DS476 .D8 1955
 



  Miss Fane in India
  Fane, Isabella Gloucester: A. Sutton, 1985.
  vii, 246 p.
Ames DS412 .F26 1985
 



  Shiva's pigeons : an experience of India, Jon and Rumer Godden
  Godden, Jon New York: Knopf, 1972.
  372 p.
Ames DS414 .G58 1972b
 



  A time to dance, no time to weep
  Godden, Rumer New York: Beech Tree Books, 1987.
  1st U.S. ed.
243 p.
Wilson PR6013.O2 Z477 1987
 



  Grandmother's footsteps : a journey in search of Penelope Betjeman
  Green, Imogen Lycett London: Macmillan, 1994.
  xiv, 360 p.
Ames DS 414.2 G74x 1994
 



  Amy Carmichael of Dohnavur : the story of a lover and her beloved
  Houghton, Frank London: S.P.C.K, 1953.
  xv, 390 p.
Ames BV 3269 C37 H68x 1953
 



  The status of women in ancient India : a vivid and graphic survey of women's position, social, religious, political, and legal, in India
  Indra Banaras: Motilal Banarasidass, 1955.
  2nd rev. ed.
278 p.
Ames HQ1742 .I6 1955
 



  Diaries and letters from India, 1895-1900
  Jacob, Violet Edinburgh: Canongate, 1990.
  vii, 213 p.
Ames PR 6019 A3 Z6x
 



  Affectionately, Rachel : letters from India, 1860-1884
  Johnson, Rachel Kerr Kent, Ohio: Kent State University Press, c1992.
  xiv, 351 p.
Ames BV3269.J64 A4 1992
 



  Her India : the fragrance of forgotten years
  Latif, Bilkees New Delhi: Arnold-Heinemann, 1984.
  259 p.
Ames DS485.H9 H895 1984
 



  The journals of Honoria Lawrence : India observed, 1837-1854
  Lawrence, Honoria Marshall Lady London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1980.
  253 p.
Ames DS412 .L38 1980
 



  Unforgettable memories : a collection of letters
  Lucke, Elmina New Delhi: Northern Book Centre, 1985.
  viii, 134 p.
Ames DS 413 L83x 1985
 



  Women of the Raj
  MacMillan, Margaret Olwen New York: Thames and Hudson, 1988.
  256 p.
Ames DS 428 M3x 1988
 



  The city of two gateways;
  Nanda, Savitri Devi London: G. Allen & Unwin, 1950.
  278 p.
Ames DS422.W8 N3
 



  Kali the Mother
  Nivedita Sister Almora: Advaita Ashrama, 1950.
  1st Indian ed.
110 p.
Ames BL 1225 K3 N52 1950
 



  Where flows the Ganges : the story of John Samuel Whipple, missionary to India
  Owen, Juanita Brainerd, MN: Lakeland Color Press, 1978.
  219 p.
Ames BV3269.W46 O93
 



  Hope for Rajasthan
  Prabha Bombay: G.R. Bhatkal, 1959.
  16 p.
Ames HQ 1745 R3 P73x 1959
 



  The letters and correspondence of Pandita Ramabai, compiled by Sister Geraldine; edited by A. B. Shah
  Ramabai Sarasvati Pandita Bombay: Maharashtra State Board for Literature and Culture, 1977.
  xxxvi, 435 p.
Ames BV3269.R33 A4 1977
 



  Pandita Ramabai
  Ramabai Sarasvati Pandita Madras: Published for the Christian Institute for the Study of Religion and Society, Bangalore, by the Christian Literature Society, 1979.
  242 p.
Series: Confessing the faith in India series: no. 13.
Ames BV3269.R33 A35
 



  Shipmates
  Ranken, Agnes Kendal: Wilson, 1967.
  [3], 71 p.
Wilson 910.4 R166
  Notes: The surviving portion of the 1799 journal of Agnes Ranken, p. 21- 70. Includes an article by Noel Irene Clay and A. S. Clay filling in the lost portions of the author's journal.
 



  The First Afghan War, edited by Patrick Macrory
  Sale, Florentia Wynch lady London: Longmans, 1969.
  xxiii, 186 p.
Ames DS363 .S3 1969b
  Notes: First published in 1843 under title: A journal of the disasters in Affghanistan, 1841-2.
 



  An Indian journal
  Scott, Nora London: Radcliffe Press Distributed by St. Martin's Press, 1994.
  xv, 231 p.
Ames DS 428 S36 A3x 1994
 



  Women workers of India
  Sengupta, Padmini Sathianadhan Bombay: Asia Pub. House, 1960.
  296 p.
Ames HD6189 .S4
 



  India through the ages : a popular and picturesque history of Hindustan
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster New Delhi: Metropolitan Book Co, 1976.
  xvi, 366 p.
Ames DS436 .S8 1976
  Notes: Reprint of the 5th ed. published by G. Routledge, London, and E. P. Dutton, New York. Includes index.
 



  Indian summer : a Mem-sahib in India and Sind
  Swayne-Thomas, April London: New English Library, 1981.
  175 p.
Ames quarto DS 413 S95 1981
 



  I follow after an autobiography
  Tilaka, Lakshmibai Madras: Indian Branch, Oxford University Press, 1950.
  353 p.
Ames BV3269.T57 A38
  Notes: Translation of the first three parts of Smrti citrem, published in Marathi, 1934-37. Geneal. tables and map on lining paper.
 



  Mrs. Duberly's campaigns; an Englishwoman's experiences in the Crimean War and Indian Mutiny
  Tisdall, Evelyn Ernest Percy Chicago: Rand McNally, 1963.
  224 p.
Ames DK214.D82 T5 1963
 



  An Englishwoman in India : the memoirs of Harriet Tytler, 1828- 1858
  Tytler, Harriet Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1986.
  xxiii, 229 p.
Ames DS412 .T98 1986
 



  Growing up in British India : Indian autobiographies on childhood and education under the Raj
  Walsh, Judith New York: Holmes & Meier, 1983.
  xii, 178 p.
Ames DS428 .W34 1983
  Notes: Based on the author's thesis (Ph.D.)--Columbia University. Includes index.
 



  Dr. Ida; the story of Dr. Ida Scudder of Vellore
  Wilson, Dorothy Clarke New York: McGraw-Hill, 1959.
  358 p.
Ames BV3269.S356 W5
 



  Granny Brand, her story
  Wilson, Dorothy Clarke Chappaqua, N.Y: Christian Herald Books, 1976.
  222 p.
Ames BV3269.B69 W54 1976
 



  Gone with the Raj
  Wilson, Emma Wymondham: G. R. Reeve, 1974.
  170 p.
Ames RT 13 I5 W5x 1974
  Notes: A nurse in India
 



  Woman's influence in the East
  Pool, John J. New Delhi: Inter-India Publications, 1984.
  xvi, 283 p.
Ames DS434 .P6 1984
  Notes: Reprint. Originally published: London : E. Stock, 1892.
 



  Return tickets
  Dibble, Lucy Grace Ilfracombe: Stockwell, 1968.
  2 v.
Wilson 921 D544A2377.D5 A3
  Notes: Ms Dibble lived abroad for 23 years , including being in India 1938-1946. Her India experiences are in volume one pp. 179-265.
 



  India recalled
  Sorabji, Cornelia London: Nisbet & co., ltd, 1936.
  xix, 287 p.
Ames DS421 .S66
 



  Indian womanhood today
  Cousins, Margaret E. Allahabad: Kitabistan, 1941.
  207 p.
Ames HQ1742 .C6
 



  Shadows on the wall
  Hutheesing, Krishna Nehru New York: J. Day Co, 1948.
  vi, 116 p.
Ames HV6295.I4 H8 1948
  Notes: An Asia book. Twelve stories of fellow politicals and prisoners.
 



  Indian embers
  Lawrence, Rosamond Napier lady Oxford: G. Ronald, 1949.
  397 p.
Ames DS428 .L3
  Notes: Based on the author's diary, April 1914-April 1921.
 



  The pageant of India's history
  Sen, Gertrude Emerson New York: Longmans, Green, 1948.
  431 p.
Ames DS436 .S49 1948
  Notes: "Vol. 1." No more published.
 



  Women in ancient India; moral and literary studies
  Bader, Clarisse London: K. Paul, Trench, Trubner & co., ltd, 1925.
  xviii, 338 p.
Ames HQ1130 .B23
 



  Pandita Ramabai Sarasvati; pioneer in the movement for the education of the child-widow of India
  Butler, Clementina New York: Fleming H. Revell company, 1922.
  96 p.
Ames DS479.1.R3 B8
 



  Pandita Ramabai: her vision, her mission and triumph of faith
  Dyer, Helen S. London: Pickering & Inglish, 1920.
  173 p.
Ames DS 479.1 R3 D78x 1920
  Notes: At head of title: A great life in Indian missions.
 



  India, painted by Mortimer Menpes; described by Flora Annie Steel
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster London: A. & C. Black, 1923.
  New ed rev. by H. Clive Barnard.
x, 220 p.
Ames DS 413 S81x
 



  Courts and camps in India;
  Fitz Roy, Yvonne Alice Gertrude London: Methuen, 1926.
  xi, 243 p.
Ames DS413 .F55
 



  The law of the threshold
  Steel, Flora Annie Webster New York: The Macmillan company, 1924.
  310 p.
Ames PZ3.S813 La
 



  India's love lyrics The garden of Kama, and other love lyrics from India
  Hope, Laurence London: W. Heinemann, 1914.
  New ed..
vii, 173 p.
Wilson 825 H77 OG
  Notes: Laurence Hope, pseud of Adela Nicolson
 



  On the Coromandel coast
  Penny, Fanny Emily London: Smith, 1908.
  358 p.
Ames DS 485 C35 P4x
 



  Fort St. George, Madras;
  Penny, Fany Emily London: S. Sonnenschein, 1900.
  xviii, 244 p.
Ames DS486.M2 P4
 



  Footfalls of Indian history
  Nivedita Sister London: Longmans Green, 1915.
  x, 276 p.
Wilson 954 N667
 



  At home in India : or Tâza-be-Tâza
  Reynolds, Margaretta Catherine Mrs London: Drane, 1903.
  325 p.
Ames DS413 .R4
 



  Letters from India, 1872-1877
  Hobhouse, Mary, lady Edinburgh: T. and A. Constable at the Edinburgh Univ. Press, 1906.
  vi, 297 p.
Ames DS 479.4 H63x 1906
 



  My garden in the City of gardens; a memory
  Cuthell, Edith E London: John Lane, 1905.
  ix, 286 p.
Ames DS421 .C9
 



  The story of a pilgrimage of Hijaz
  Sultan Jahan Begam nawab of Bhopal Calcutta: Thacker, Spink & co, 1909.
  360 p.
Ames BP175.M4 S8
 



  A memoir of Colonel Sir Henry Yule : with a bibliography of his writings
  Yule, Amy Frances London: John Murray, 1903.
  56 p.
Ames DS 479.1 Y8 Y85x 1903
  Notes: "Reprinted from the third edition of Yule's 'Marco Polo' for private circulation"--T.p. Cover title : Colonel Sir Henry Yule.
 



  Pandita Ramabai: the story of her life
  Dyer, Helen S. New York: Fleming H. Revell company, 1900.
  170 p.
Annex 266.1 R14d
 



  Wayside India
  Power, Maud Waterford: Downey & co, 1907.
  xii, 243 p.
DS 413 P68x 1907
 



  Lepcha land; or, Six weeks in the Sikhim Himalayas
  Donaldson, Florence London: S. Low, Marston & company, 1900.
  xii, 213 p.
Ames DS485.H6 D6
 



  In India : sketches of Indian life and travel from letters and journals
  Mitchell, Murray Mrs London: T. Nelson and sons, 1876.
  319 p.
Ames DS 413 M55x 1876
 



  British rule in India; a historical sketch
  Martineau, Harriet London: Smith, Elder, 1857.
  356 p.
Ames DS463 .M25
 



  Suggestions towards the future government of India
  Martineau, Harriet London: Smith, Elder, 1858.
  2nd. ed.
153 p.
Ames JQ 224 M37x 1858
 



  Hindoo female education
  Chapman, Priscilla London: R.B. Seeley and W. Burnside, 1839.
  xii, 175 p.
Ames LC2322 C36
 



  Marriage, its past, present and future
  Besant, Annie Wood Girard, Kansas: Appeal to reason, 191-?.
  93 p.
Ames rare HQ 1001 B47x 1919z
  Notes: "Edited by E. Haldeman-Julius." : Cover.
 



  To the people of England
  English lady n.p: 1857 or 1858.
  8 p.
Ames Library pamphlet collection 38:7
  Notes: Signed: An English lady.
 



  The story of two noble lives being memorials of Charlotte, Countess Canning, and Louisa, Marchioness of Waterford
  Hare, Augusta J. C. New York: A.D.F. Randolph, 1893.
  3 v.
Wilson Microfilm
 



  Theosophical essays
  Besant, Annie Wood London: Theosophical Publishing Society, 1895.
  1 v. (various paging).
Ames BP 563 T44x 1895
  Notes: Each essay has individual t.p. ranging in date from 1892 to 1896.
 



  Ancient ballads and legends of Hindustan
  Dutt, Toru London: K. Paul, Trench & co, 1885.
  2nd ed.
xxvii, 139 p.
Ames PR4639.D37 A65x 1885