Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
131 x 80 mm. A view of the Cenotaph with the harbour in the background. Designed by Denis Santry, the monument is in the form of a rectangular column surmounted by squat Greek Doric orders supporting a sarcophagus. The foundation stone was laid by the Governor, Sir Laurence Guillemard on November 15 1920 in the presence of the French Prime Minister, Georges Clemenceau, then visiting Singapore. The cenotaph was unveiled by the Prince of Wales on March 31 1922.
279 x 229 mm. Showing guests gathered in the garden of Government House for the party held in honour of the visit of the French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau (1841-1929) en route to Java. A brief description of the visit can be found in (Guillemard, 1937, p. 143-145). The figures in this photograph have not been individually identified.
285 x 233 mm. A closer view of guests at the garden party: Clemenceau stands with his back to the camera, to right of centre. The governor of the Straits Settlements, Sir Laurence Nunns Guillemard stands at his left in the group.
284 x 232 mm.
287 x 240 mm.
277 x 228 mm. Showing an unidentified figure making a speech, with Clemenceau (back to camera) and Sir Laurence Guillemard seated at the left and crowds of spectators at the right. In the background a notice points out the path of Clemenceau Avenue which runs between Orchard and Havelock Roads in the west of the city.