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Group, probably at A.S. Haynes house at Tampin, Negri Sembilan, circa 1917, 1917

Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/BAM 5/9

Scope and Contents

157 x 104 mm. A group photograph of men and women posed in front of woodland. Alwyn Sidney Haynes was officiating as District Officer, Tampin from May 31, 1916. Biographical information on the figures identified on the reverse has only been secured in a few cases. The people present: Messrs CUNNINGHAM; PERRIN; LACY; Thomas KITCHING (1890-1944), appointed Surveyor Probationer, Federated Malay States (F.M.S.) 1913; STRAWFACE; MOORHOUSE; CLARK; COLGAN; KEPPEL-POWIS; PARSONS; PHILIPPS; Wallace Albert GUMMER (1878-), appointed Surveyor, Selangor 1907, Assistant Superintendent, Revenue Survey, Negri Sembilan 1915; Alwyn Sidney HAYNES (1878-1963), Malayan Civil Service 1901-1934. The women in the group are Mrs MURDOCH; Mrs PERRIN; Mrs UPTON (? Wife of Henry Herbert Sidney Upton (1876-), Executive Engineer); Mrs HAYNES; Mrs MOORHOUSE; Mrs PARSONS; Mrs LACY; Mrs COLGAN; Mrs JONES.


  • 1917

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Biographical / Historical

Photographer unknown; printed by S. Kageymama.

Language of Materials


Physical Characteristics and Technical Requirements

Good condition.





Finding aid date

2002-06-19 12:38:22+00:00

Includes index.

Repository Details

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