Przhevalsky, Nikolay Mikhailovich (1839-1888). Mongoliya i Strana Tangutov: Trekhletneye Puteshestvie v Vostochnoi Nagornoi Azii [Mongolia, The Tangut Country, and the Solitudes of Northern Tibet, Being a Narrative of Three Years’ Travel in Eastern High Asia, by N. Przhevalsky of the Russian Staff Corps, Member of the Imperial Russian Geographical Society/ Edition of the Russian Geographical Society. Saint Petersburg: Typ. of V.S. Balashev, 1875.
Przhevalsky, Nikolay Mikhailovich (1839-1888). Tretye Puteshestviye v Tsentralnoi Azii Iz Zaysana cherez Khami v Tibet i na Verknovya Zheltoy Reki [Third Travel in Central Asia from Zaysan through Hami to Tibet and the Upper Reaches of the Yellow River/ Edition of the Russian Geographical Society]. Saint Petersburg: Typ. of V.S. Balashev, 1883.
Karta Kitaia, Iaponii i prilegaiushchikh oblastei SSSR [i.e. Map of China, Japan and Adjoining Regions of the USSR]. 1:10,000,000. Moscow: Kartograficheskii otdel Upravleniia Voennykh Topografov RKKA, 1932.
Album with 87 Original Gelatin Silver Photographs of the New Mongolian State Sanitary-Bacteriological Institute in Ulanbataar, Showing its Laboratory, Clinic, Museum, the Anti-Plague Research Centre outside of Ulanbataar; also with Portraits of the Institute’s Head Abram Berlin, Russian and Mongolian Associates, Patients, Photos of Laboratory Animals and Procedures, Anti-Measles, Typhus and Plague Vaccines, &c. Ca. 1933-1936.
Gardner, Edward (1784-1861) [Resident in Kathmandu 1816-29]. Autograph Letter Signed to a Superior (Most likely Governor-General of Bengal, Francis, Earl of Moira (later 1st Marquis of Hastings) Reporting the Latest Intelligence Including Troop Strengths and Movements of the Gurkhas (Nepali Troops) in the Anglo-Nepalese War (1814-16). Hawalbagh (India): 18th Dec. 1815.
Stonor, Charles Robert (1912-1982). Collection of Twenty-Four Gelatin Silver Contact Sheets with 272 Original Photos, Documenting the “Daily Mail Himalayan Expedition in search of the Yeti” in January-June, 1954 and Showing Namche Bazar, Those, Junbesi, Phortse, and Thame Villages, Local Sherpa People, Tengboche Monastery and Monks, a “Hermit and Cell above Dingboche,” a Man “Carving Sacred Inscriptions on Stone,” Expedition Members, Bhote Kosi and Dudh Kosi Valleys, Ama Dablam and Taboche Mountains, Barun Glacier and Pass, Hongu Glacier, Everest Range, “Footprints of the Abominable Snowman,” &c.; With: First Edition of Stonor’s Account of the Expedition, “The Sherpa and the Snowman” (London, 1955). Ca. 1954.
Forman, Harrison (1904-1978). Collection of Fifty-Five Mainly Ethnographic Original Gelatin Silver Photographs, Taken During Forman's Expedition to Tibet and Inner Mongolia in 1932 and Showing Tibetan Lamas, Sorcerers, Warriors, Elders, a “Chief of Lama Police,” “Printing Block Carvers,” Women and Girls, Labrang Monastery, “Yak-Hair Tents,” a “Mongol Temple City in the Ordos Desert near Ninghsia,” Mongolian Lamas, Girls, Yurts, &c. Ca. 1930s.
Severtsov, N.A. Puteshestviia po Turkestanskomy Kraiu i Issledovanie Gornoi Strany Tian-Shania, Sovershennye po Porucheniu Russkogo Geograficheskogo Obshchestva [i.e. Travels Across Turkestan and Survey of the Mountainous Country of Tian-Shan, Undertaken on the Assignment of Russian Geographical Society]. St. Petersburg: Typ. Of K.V. Trubnikov, 1873.
[Great Game: Khanate of Kokand] Nazarov, F.M. Zapiski o nekotorykh narodakh i zemliakh srednei chasti Azii Filippa Nazarova, otdel’nogo Sibirskogo korpusa perevodchika, posylannogo v Kokant v 1813 i 1814 godakh [i.e. Notes on People and Lands in the Central Part of Asia by Filipp Nazarov, a Translator of the Special Siberian Corps Who was sent to Kokand in 1813 and 1814]. St. Petersburg: Imperial Academy of Sciences, 1821.