A British Indian Army Medical Officer Photograph; Surgeon Carmichael
A British Indian Army Medical Officer Photograph; Surgeon Carmichael - Sepia-toned studio portrait mounted to cardboard, matte finish, obverse illustrating a standing Carmichael in uniform, inscribed with the "ADAMS" studio mark and "ABERDEEN" city identification in green ink below, reverse with a coat-of-arms and inscribed "A. ADAMS 26, Broad Street ABERDEEN" and "Copies may be had." with a handwritten inscription in pencil with "Calcutta" clearly visible, 63 mm x 105 mm, light soiling evident on the reverse, near extremely fine. Footnote: Listed in the Roll of the Indian Medical Service, D.G. Crawford, Page 174. CARMICHAEL, James Charles Gordon. b. 23 Apr. 1845, M.B. C.M. (Honours), 1867; M.D. 1889, Ab. A.S. 1 Apr. 1868. Surg. 1 July 1873. S.M. 1 Apr. 1880, B.S. Lt.-Col. 2 Apr. 1893. S-Col. 29 Mar. 1895. R. 2 May 1900. d. at Ealing, 23 Oct. 1905. Father of J.C.G. Carmichael and D.G. Carmichael, R.A.M.C. N.W. Frontier, Mahsud Waziri, 1881. Egypt, 1182, battle of Tel-el-Kebir, medal with clasp, bronze star. Burma 1886-87, Desp. G.G.O. No. 434, of 1887, medal with clasp. N.W. Frontier, Malakand 1897-98, as P.M.O. of force; Buner, as P.M.O. of force, capture of Tanga Pass, Desp. G.C.O. No. 1317 of 1897 and No. 217 of 1898, medal with clasp.