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- Mussoorie Merchant: The Indian Letters of Mauger Fitzhugh Monk 1828 - 1849 published by Pagoda Tree Press. This set of previously unpublished letters home give a fascinating insight into the early days of life in Mussoorie. (Title transferred Feb 2015)
- Mussoorie Medley: Tales of Yesteryear, published by Niyogi Books, 2010. Extensive, well-researched book by local historian and university lecturer Ganesh Saili. Outlines the British period in Mussoorie in depth, with many anecdotes and historical photographs. A review of the book, Hill, Vale & Many A Tale from Outlookindia.com (Title transferred Feb 2015)
- Mussoorie and Landour: Days of Wine and Roses, published by Lustre Press Pvt Ltd, New Delhi. (Can be purchased through online booksellers such as Amazon.com, or you may be able to interloan it through your local library.) 1992. Fascinating account of the two hill stations, with historical photographs, by well-known author Ruskin Bond and lecturer/historian Ganesh Saili, both Mussoorie residents. (Title transferred Feb 2015)
- Stones of Empire, Morris, Jan and JJ Cotton. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 1983. (Title transferred November 2014)
- Splendors of the Raj (British Architecture in India 1660 -1947), Davis, Philip. London, John Murray (Publishers)Ltd, 1985. (Title transferred November 2014)
- The Indian Metropolis, Evenson, Norma. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1989. (Title transferred November 2014)
- Vice in the Barracks: Medicine, the Military and the Making of Colonial India, 1780-1868 by Erica Wald 2014 Preview Google Books. (Title added August 2014)
- Surgery on Trestles by R.Campbell Begg published December 1967. New Zealand Surgeon R Campbell Begg, served as a medical officer in the 20th British Field Ambulance under the 7th Division in Mesopotomia, The book covers his service in Mesopotamia after the fall of Kut in 1916. (Title added August 2014)
- Details of the book, (webpage now archived) A Guide to Military Temperance Medals of the British Army and Royal Navy by David A. Harris. 2nd Edition The book includes chapters on the Army Temperance Association India (ATAI), the Royal Army Temperance Association: India/Home (RATA) and the Indian Army Temperance Association Title transferred October 2014)