This collection includes films, some photographs and two documents mainly from 1930s, collected by R W W Turner.
This catalogue was produced with support from the National Cataloguing Grants Programme for Archives
R W W Turner, known as Reggie Turner, went to India after WW1 to work as an administrator in the refinery arm of a new oil exploration venture, the Attock Oil Company at Rawalpindi.
The refinery was built 3 miles out of Rawalpindi at Morgah also called Pindi, and the oil field was 50 miles north of Rawalpindi. The family lived at Pindi, or at Murree during the summer months. They left India in the late 1930s.
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