Bryson, Hugh Patterson, 1898 - 1977
Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
3rd (Negri Sembilan) Battalion, Federated Malay States Volunteer Force, Remembrance Sunday 1950, 1950
200 x 146 mm (mounted on card). A group photograph. Identified in the group are: E.W. ANCUTT, no information; Tuanku MOHAMED; Hugh Patterson BRYSON, British Adviser, Negri [i.e. Negeri] Sembilan; MOHAMED SALLEH bin Haji Sulaiman (1904-); M.S.C. 1920-1957; Ernest Edgar PENGILLY (1897); M.C.S. 1921-1952; H.S. BROWN, Manager, Ainsdale Estate, Seremban in 1935; A.J. (Tony ROZARIO), no information.
'A tiger in Malacca in 1823', 1966 - 1967
Draft of an article by Bryson, which reprints the narrative of a tiger hunt originally published in the 'Hereford Journal', 21 Jan. 1824, and assesses its historical accuracy. The file includes correspondence related to Bryson’s research (15 sheets)
After anniversary ceremony of Singapore's surrender signing by the Japanese; Singapore 12th September 1946, 1946
154 x 101 mm. Showing Sir Franklin Gimson talking to H.P. Bryson and an unidentified Malayan banker on the steps of (?) the Victoria Memorial Hall. In the background are Dr. W.J. VICKERS; Nelson JONES (1895-1951), Malayan Civil Service 1919-1947; Andrew GILMOUR (1898-), Malayan Civil Service 1921-1953.
Association of British Malaya dinner, June 3, 1954, 1954-06-03
153 x 150 mm. Showing H.P. Bryson seated at a dinner table next to Tuanku Abu Bakar (1898-), of Johore.
At police guard post at top of pass on road from Seremban to Kuala Pilah, 1950, 1950
80 x 129 mm. Showing H. P. Bryson posing for his photograph with a Malay policeman standing at attention in the back ground.
British soldier moving into position for patrol in jungle, Negri Sembilan, 1950, 1950
Showing a soldier running along a track, through thick jungle. A note on the reverse in Brysons hands reads: A posed picture taken on the edge of jungle, but it does give a good idea of how thick growth may be.
Correspondence, 1960 - 1962
The file includes correspondence between Clayton and Hugh Bryson, much concerning the publication of Clayton's stories in 'Malaya', of which Bryson was an editor. It also contains other material relating to Clayton's career, including comments upon the Duff Development Case and the Terengganu Rising (circa 110 sheets).
Detention and frustration of organised fifth column in Malaya 1941-42, 1942 - 1970
Duff Development Company, 1961-01-13 - 1962-02-27
Notes on the settlement of the company's claims for compensation against the government of Kelantan in 1926 and 1930 by Reginald John Byard Clayton, the former British resident of Kelantan, with associated correspondence between Clayton and Hugh Bryson (37 sheets).
'East coast travel thirty years ago', 1963
Bryson's description of maritime access to Terengganu during the late 1920s and early 1930s (4 sheets).
Eating rubber seeds and other internment memories, 1966
A memoir by Bryson reflecting upon diet, the dissemination of news, fatigue parties and discipline within Changi and Sime Road Civilian Internment Camps (17 sheets). The file includes correspondence relating to its composition and publication in 'Malaysia', Apr. 1966, 24-26.
Farewell to H.P. Bryson at Datu Rembaus, Negri Sembilan 1950, 1950
Farm colonies in Malaya during the Japanese occupation, 1965-01 - 1965-02
This is a copy of an article which appeared in 'The Malayan Philatelist', vol. 6, no. 5, 1964, 51-54. It is accompanied by correspondence regarding the decision not to republish it in 'Malaya' (12 sheets).
Governors' conference, Singapore, 1946, 1946
147 x 122 mm. Showing a group of officials seated round a table. The figures are identified as: Walker (Secretary); (Sir) Alexander Theodore NEWBOULT (1896-1974), Chief Secretary, Malayan Union 1946-1950; Sir Gerald [i.e. Gerard] Edward James GENT (1895-1948), Governor, Malayan Union 1946-1948; Hugh Patterson BRYSON (1898-1977), Assistant Secretary, Singapore 1956-1949; J.S. DUMERESQUE, Head of Broadcasting; Sir Franklin GIMSON (1890-1975), Governor of Singapore 1946-1952.
Group taken at new resettlement village on Seremban - Port Dickson Road, 1950, 1950
H.H. Sultan Alam Shah of Selangor greeting the Negri [i.e. Negeri] Sembilan XI before the Malay Cup Final in 1948, 1948
127 x 79 mm. As described, with Hugh Bryson standing at the left.
H.P. Brysons house at Alor Star, Kedah, 1937, 1937
84 x 53 mm. A view looking across the garden towards Brysons spacious two storey house in Alor Star. He was at this period acting Assistant Adviser, Kedah. Photograph probably by H.P. Bryson.
Kedah, 1958-10-14 - 1961-06-23
1. 'How krah (forced labour) was abolished in Kedah' by Sir George Maxwell (2 copies, 4 sheets).
2. Correspondence between Hugh Bryson and Julian Dudley Hall on the evacuation of the Sultan of Kedah, Abdul Hamid Halim Shah, to Kulim during the Japanese invasion of Dec. 1941 (5 sheets).
Letter from Hugh Bryson to Lieutenant General Sir Brian Horrocks, 1967-06-14
Letter replying to Horrocks's research enquiries about the Malayan Emergency, giving Bryson's opinions of Sir Edward Gent, Sir Henry Gurney, the post Second World War Malayan police and Sir Harold Briggs (3 sheets).
Letters concerning Changi and Sime Road civilian internment camps, 1967-07-01 - 1967-07-08
Two letters from Hugh Bryson to Harry Miller commenting upon incidents recorded in Miller's manuscript describing internment (2 sheets).
Malayan Civil Service, 1966-03 - 1966-05
Correspondence between Hugh Bryson and Gerald Hawkins on the history of the Malayan Civil Service, including information on examinations, qualifications and the careers of individual members (8 sheets).
Malayan civil service, 1968-01-27 - 1968-02-14
Notes taken by Hugh Bryson in response to queries from the journalist George L. Peet on the staffing of the civil services of the Straits Settlements, the Federated Malay States and the Unfederated Malay States, and on the development of a pan-Malayan Civil Service. They include lists of names (7 sheets).
Malayan Civil Service and Malayan Union Constitution, 1963-08 - 1964-12
Malayan Golfing Society dinner at (?) Littlehampton, circa 1970, 1970
212 x 163 mm. Showing the members of the Society at lunch in a hotel dining room. H.P. Bryson is seated at the front left side of the right hand table
Malayan student gathering, circa 1956, 1956
137 x 190 mm. Showing Dr Salma binti Ismail and her husband standing with H.P. Bryson. Dr Salma was the first Malay woman to become qualified in medicine.
- Archival Object 50
- Collection 1
- Asia (continent) 42
- Malaysia (nation) 37
- West Malaysia (division (national)) 16
- Negeri Sembilan (state) 12
- Kedah (state) 7
- Singapore (nation) 7
- Malay Archipelago (general region) 6
- Singapore (inhabited place) 6
- Terengganu (state) 5
- Alor Setar (inhabited place) 4
- Kuala Lumpur (inhabited place) 3
- Kelantan (state) 2
- Kuala Lumpur (federal territory) 2
- Seremban (inhabited place) 2
- Borneo (island) 1
- British Isles (island group) 1
- England (country) 1
- Europe (continent) 1
- Great Britain (island) 1
- Indonesia (nation) 1
- Johor (state) 1
- Kuala Pilah (inhabited place) 1
- Kulim (inhabited place) 1
- Littlehampton (inhabited place) 1
- Melaka (state) 1
- Pahang (state) 1
- Perak (state) 1
- Selangor (state) 1
- Taiping (inhabited place) 1
- Thailand (nation) 1
- United Kingdom (nation) 1
- West Sussex (county) 1 ∧ less