Found in 61 Collections and/or Records:
152 x 107 mm. A general view of the beach at Batu Feringhi.
140 x 86 mm. Showing a cart drawn by two long horned bullocks moving along a street towards the camera. Exact location unidentified.
103 x 77 mm. As captioned. Photograph by William Langham-Carter.
136 x 83 mm. Showing the decorated arch of welcome built by the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in honour of the Princes visit.
77 x 95 mm. A snapshot looking along a Chinese street in Singapore, with a rickshaw in the foreground.
150 x 113 mm.
116 x 81 mm. Showing three elephants with their keepers.
141 x 84 mm. Showing the Grand Hotel de l'Europe emblazoned along its length with the legend God Bless the Prince of Wales. Situated on the Esplanade near the Victoria Memorial Hall (part of which is visible at the left of the print), the hotel was established in 1857 and occupied the same site until the building was demolished in 1936. (Makepeace, ii, 197 and Tyers, p. 89). But see Turnbull (1975, p. 47) who dates the naming of the hotel somewhat later.
264 x 233 mm (mounted on card). A group photograph of European officials, medical staff and orderlies gathered to say farewell to J.D. Gimlette. Other identified figures in the group are Mr and Mrs William Langham-Carter. The precise date of Gimlettes departure has not been determined, but this photograph must have been taken prior to August 1915, when Langham-Carter departed on furlough. Dr L.H. Taylor who took over from Gimlette, is seated at the left of the group.
429 x 305 mm (mounted on card). A portrait of a large group of people posed in front of the Malacca Club. William Langham-Carter and his wife sit in the centre of the group; no other figures identified. Langham-Carter retired from his post as Resident Councillor, Malacca in 1925.
77 x 135 mm. A view looking across the Residency gardens towards the sea. Photograph by William Langham-Carter (?).
124 x 93 mm. A view looking across the river (with boats in the foreground) towards Government House.
288 x 232 mm. Showing a group of the Kelantan royal family and British officials posed for the photographer at an unidentified function. From left to right (first figure unidentified): Dr John Desmond GIMLETTE (1867-); Medical Officer, Malaya 1896-circa 1922; served in Kelantan 1909-circa 1916; Sultan MUHAMMAD IV; William LANGHAM-CARTER; The Raja Kelantan, Later Sultan ISMAIL; Tuanku Seri Indra, later Sultan IBRAHIM.
141 x 82 mm. Showing the Japanese arch of welcome. Exact location unidentified, but probably Singapore.
129 x 77 mm. Showing the Sikh band marching past with three officers of the K.V.R. following behind. These are identified as: D.C.R. RAINNIE, Duff Development Company; William LANGHAM-CARTER, British Adviser; and Herbert Alfred ANDERSON, C.O. of the K.V.R.
138 x 88 mm. Showing William Langham-Carter (Resident Councillor, Malacca 1923-1925) taking the salute as troops march past. With civilian spectators in the background.
132 x 95 mm. Showing Langham-Carter and two officers watching troops on parade during the review.
138 x 88 mm. Showing Langham-Carter and two other officials standing beside the flagpole after the parade, with civilian spectators in the background. The figure in the background in white uniform and spiked helmet is identified as William Montagu Lance Bower (1878-), Superintendent of Police in Malacca from 1911.
141 x 83 mm. Showing the welcome arch bearing the legend The Sinhalese Welcome their Noble Prince.
155 x 112 mm. A view looking eastwards from the Police Barracks towards Weld Hill. The town, which lies in the intervening valley, is largely obscured by vegetation in the foreground, although the tower of the Government Offices can be seen at the right.
149 x 111 mm. Showing a group of ladies lying on the ground in the firing position with spectators and officials grouped beneath parasols at the left.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.