Shamshabad (India)

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Building in Shamshabad

This photo is of a building in Shamshabad (possibly a church?) It shows a front porch and awnings on the 3 windows on the side of the structure. Trees are in the background. A circular window is on the front above the porch.

Warkentin, Helen L., 1887-1975

Building in Shamshabad

This photo is of a building foundation in Shamshabad, India. Behind the foundation, there is a house with two windows, a door on the left and an entrance to a covered outdoor space attached to the house.

Warkentin, Helen L., 1887-1975

Church-school house in Shamshabad, India

This photo is of the church-school house in Shamshabad, India. The building is white with an ornamented roof. There is a front door with steps leading up to it and a window on either side. The side of the church has 4 pillars and a covered, open s...

Warkentin, Helen L., 1887-1975

Driving in Shamshabad

This photo is of three people sitting in an open top vehicle in front of a house in Shamshabad. Behind the wheel is an Indian gentleman. Behind him (left to right) sits Katherine Schellenberg and Anna Hanneman.

Warkentin, Helen L., 1887-1975

Missionaries in Shamshabad

This photo is of 3 women and a man standing in front of a house (possibly the mission house) in Shamshabad. Left to right: Katherine Schellenberg, Anne Hanneman, Maria Lohrenz, John Lohrenz.

Warkentin, Helen L., 1887-1975

Missionary women in Shamshabad

This photo is of a group of missionary women sitting on the steps to a house in Shamshabad. They are sitting in two rows. Top row, left to right: ?, Katherine Schellenberg, Anna Hanneman. Bottom row, left to right: Margaret Suderman, Helen Warkent...

Warkentin, Helen L., 1887-1975

Mortar Grinding

This photo is of a group of 3 men standing alongside a large imprinted circle, where an ox pulls a wheel through the grooves. To the far left there is a wagon with a man standing next to it. In the background, there is a house.

Warkentin, Helen L., 1887-1975