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A collection of loose prints produced by the Central Office of Information. The prints measure approximately 205 x 155 mm and have detailed story captions on the reverse. The collection illustrates the assimilation of citizens from Commonwealth countries (the majority from India) into English life and highlights some of the efforts made by various authorities and private individuals to facilitate this. It is possible that there were originally 20 photographs in the collection.
H.P. Walker receiving the Honorary Pingat Pangkuan Negara from Tuanku Abdul Rahman, London, June 1968, 1968-06
206 x 152 mm. Showing the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tuanku Abdul Rahman (1903-) shaking hands with Henry Philip Walker who had served as doorman at Malaysia House for 30 years. The investiture took place in the office of the Malaysian High Commission in London.
154 x 206 mm. Showing Tan Sri Abdul Jamil (1912-), High Commissioner to London 1967-1971, and his wife Puan Sri Norhimah Jamil, at their London residence shortly before leaving for Buckingham Palace to present Letters of Commission to the Queen.
206 x 151 mm. Showing Tuanku Abdul Rahman and Sir Eric Yarrow in front of the frigate Hang Jebat.
152 x 185 mm. Showing Tuanku Abdul Rahman inspecting a Guard of Honour of the Honourable Artillery Company prior to receiving the Freedom of the City of London from the Lord Mayor, Sir Gilbert Inglefield.
152 x 208 mm. Showing Tuanku Abdul Rahman examining a 17th century kris, formerly the property of Sultan Ali of Perak, while visiting the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Tun Abdul Razak inspecting British-built Malaysian frigate, Yarrow Shipyards, Glasgow, May 1968, 1968-05
203 x 156 mm. Showing the Deputy Prime Minister of Malaysia (later Prime Minister) Tun Abdul RAZAK (1922-1976), Sir Ernest Grant YARROW (1920-), Director of Yarrow and Co. Ltd., and Ismael bin IBRAHIM, Chief of Staff of the Malaysian forces, standing with other figures in front of the 1600 ton frigate Hang Jebat being built for the Malayan navy.