Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
130 x 81 mm. A view looking across an estuary, probably at Kuala Trengganu, with the broken sea wall in the foreground. A note on the backdraws the viewers attention to the oil store on North Tanjong. Tanjong in Malay means head land and it has not been determined whether the writer is referring to the specific location.
130 x 81 mm. Showing a house on the water side shored up with scaffolding after having been damaged in the flood.
200 x 145 mm. A view looking along a flooded street, with Malays standing in the water at the crossroads in the foreground. A note on the reverse queries whether this is a view of Kuala Trengganu [i.e. Terengganu] or Kelantan; the former seems more likely.
152 x 101 mm. Showing a group of Malays standing thigh deep in water on a flooded road at Kuala Trengannu [i.e. Terengganu].
154 x 101 mm. A view looking across the Trengganu [i.e. Terengganu] River estuary at Kuala Trengannu, with three Europeans standing in the foreground. The flood waters are just beginning to encroach on the Harbour Office buildings, the floor of which was under 1 foot of water at the height of the flood.
154 x 102 mm.
136 x 79 mm. A closer view of the flooded section of the road, taken a little later than the preceding print and with the flood level reached by December 29 marked by an arrow.
136 x 79 mm. A view looking along the road, with flooded land on either side and with the flood waters crossing the road at one point.
137 x 79 mm. A view looking across flooded land towards wooded hillside. Precise location unidentified. A note on the reverse states that the water rose a further six feet before it reached its maximum point on December 29.
136 x 79 mm.
136 x 79 mm. Showing flood water on the rise near the bridge. A note on the reverse reads: On morning of 30.12.26 Sri Kledang bumped on the submerged handrails of this bridge.
142 x 84 mm. Similar to preceding print but showing a different, largely undamaged section of coconut plantation.
155 x 101 mm. A view looking along a flooded street in Kuala Trengannu [i.e. Terengganu], with the Public Works Department Offices (where the water level rose six inches above the floor in the store at the far end) at the right.
141 x 83 mm. A view looking towards a river bank from the Trengganu [i.e. Terengganu] River, with damaged trees and subsided earth.
141 x 84 mm. Similar to preceding print, but giving a closer view of the area of river bank most damaged by the floods.
141 x 83 mm. A view from the river looking towards a Malay house on the river bank, with a coconut plantation beyond.
136 x 79 mm. A view looking along the jetty before the worst of the flooding. An arrow on the print shows the level water reached on December 29. A note on the reverse states that the jetty was under a foot of water on November 4; in the second bout of flooding it was submerged to a depth of five feet.
155 x 102 mm. Showing refugees camped on the river bank after the 1926 flooding. Exact location unidentified, but a note on the reverse (in a different hand to the original caption) states that it is probably at Bukit Besar.
142 x 84 mm.