During the 1970s Peter
Fraser travelled to Afghanistan on three occasions in his capacity as
Chairman of the short-lived Afghan Society, which was excavating the site
of Old Kandahar. During these visits, he took photographs and squeezes
of Greek inscriptions in Kabul Museum, and elsewhere, and other photographs
of a more general nature, recording landscapes and sites north and south
of the Hindu Kush, including the archaeological
site of Surkh
Kotal, and the huge Buddhas
at Bamyan, destroyed by the Taliban in 2001.
The full collection of these photographs,
squeezes, and related images, can be accessed here.