Found in 288 Collections and/or Records:
A collection of loose prints. The prints are captioned on the reverse with credits to photographers:
1-16 J. Jackson.
17-18 Watts and Skeen.
A brief historical memoir of Delhi and guide to points of interest together with the official programme in detail of the Imperial Coronation Durbar of 1911
Leather-bound booklet, measuring 6¾ x 8 inches, of 153 pages, illustrated by photographs stuck in. The majority of the photographs are by Johnston and Hoffman.
A work on the constitution of the Kandyan Kingdom, the last independent state in Sri Lanka, which had its capital at Kandy, 414 pages. The manuscript is endorsed at the end 'Copied by J.H. Direckize Translator of the Ratnapura Kachcheri (?) 28th Octr. 1892'.
Address presented to Miss G. Croft, M.B.E., Principal of Vincent Girls' High School, Batticaloa (1922- 1948) by the public of Batticaloa, Ceylon on the eve of her departure to England
Framed albumen prints, measuring approximately 280 x 210 mm (500 x 400 including card frames).
Y302F/1-4: Chinese interiors.
Y302F/5-6: Canton flower boat and interior view.
Y302F/7: Western suburbs looking North (Canton) by Afong Lai, 1874 (after the devastating typhoon of 1874).
Y302F/8: Chinese grave on White Cloud Mountain, c. 1870s.
Photographs of Alexander Richard Chancellor, C.B.E. (1869-1959). He served in the Highland Light Infantry 1893-1895, joined the Colonial Police and was posted to Barbados. In 1902 he accepted an offer to transfer to the Straits Settlements Police, being Chief Police Officer of Malacca from 1903-1905. He became Chief Police Officer of Singapore in 1907, Inspector-General in 1914 and retired in 1922.
A wide range of papers and artwork concerning different parts of Asia. Much of the material relates to India.
Calculations made during Clementi's journey through India, Tibet and China, 1907-1908.
Collection of photographs probably by official photographers. 1-3 measure 185 x 150 mm and 4-5 measure 150 x 25 mm.
Sepia prints on mounts. Their appearance suggests that cardboard frames, originally stuck down surrounding the photograph, have been crudely removed. The prints are interesting reflections of British social life and were the property of the grandfather of Mrs. M. Heuston (no further identification or information given).
Prepared by the Association of British Civilian Internees Far East Region. The volume is a full size replica of the original which was dedicated and placed in the Church of St Michael's Cornhill on 24 May 2009.
100 x 130 mm. Mounted photograph showing man, woman and small girl on garden seat. The child's ayah stands behind. Inscribed Xmas 1922. Photographers name on mount, J. Uchida, Taiping, Perak. Inscription on folder 'To Mossy with fondest love and best wishes for Xmas and the New Year. [Illegible] age 14 months.'
Album of prints, measuring 95 x 70 mm, presumably taken by Walter Buchanan-Smith during his service as a cadet under the British North Borneo Company. The captions have been used as titles and may contain offensive, inappropriate or outdated terms. They have been retained to reflect the context of their creation.