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ARCHIVES at Lahore
Government of Punjab (Punjab Provincial Archives of Pakistan, anarkali’s Tomb, Civil Secretariat, Lahore)
Boards and Committees Department (General)
Home Department Proceedings (General)
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Public Works department (general)
Lahore Municipal Corporation, Old Record Room Archives, Lahore Case Files
The other significant figure was Ganga Ram … who graduated from Roorkee with a degree in civil engineering in 1873, the first year Punjab University began offering courses. The son of a police officer from a village near Amritsar, Ram would become a well-known figure in the city and one of Lahore’s richest and most generous philanthropists; a woman’s hospital bearing his name exists to this day. (84)
Went to England to study architecture and practical engineering in 1883. Returned in 1884.