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Collections of prints of various sizes. The captions have been recorded as found and may contain offensive, inappropriate or outdated terms.
Alexander Cavendish served in Malaya from 1901 to 1933 and became Director of Co-operatives. His wife, Mrs Jean Cavendish, had been appointed Organising Commissioner for Malaya by Lady Baden-Powell in 1920 and became Chief Commissioner in 1921, a post she held until retiring to England in 1933.
Collection of photographs by various photographers.
Programmes, dinner invitations, table plans and souvenir brochures collected by Bernard Drake, relating to state functions and receptions for distinguished visitors in Malaya.
Memoranda concerning Concannon's work, mainly in typescript. Most of the material was written by Concannon, although there are a few items by other people. Some papers relate to the meeting of the Colonial Housing and Town Planning Advisory Panel in London in 1953.
The principal part of the collection is a set of thirteen scrapbooks of newscuttings relating to East Africa, particularly Kenya and Tanganyika. The rest of the collection consists of a volume of cuttings relating to post-war trading opportunities in Nigeria and three scrapbooks concerning rubber and mining in South East Asia.
Material relating to the Buckley family's time in Malaya and Kenya and a collection of menus from ship journeys.
Collection of photographs mounted on a sheet of paper with handwritten captions.
Josephine Foss, M.B.E., arrived in Malaya in 1923 and was sent to take charge of Pudu School. Conditions were poor, but new buildings were obtained and the school was greatly developed.
Collection of fifty loose photographs (some duplicates) measuring approximately 125 x 170 mm of Indigenous people, all with typed captions.
The autobiography of John Morley, written during the 1970s, 122 pages.