Found in 16199 Collections and/or Records:
Inspecting machinery Kayong.
G C Brown on hand trolley.
Iron ore lighters anchored in the Diyah.
The view of iron ore being worked cut or blasted from hillside. The labourers are Chinese.
A Mission house Kulangsoo [south of Xiamen], Aug 26.96, 4.15pm, windy, F.32, windy, 3 secs, 1896-08-26
171 x 113 mm. Woodburytype. A view looking along a rock-strewn mountain path on which stands Habib Kuri: 'my dragoman [interpreter] ... a trader of Nicosia ... who proved an honest and agreeable attendant, and spoke intelligible French ...' (Thomson 1879, vol.2, p.32). With the village of Module in the background.
205 x 232 mm. Full length studio portrait of a Japanese girl examining her hairstyle with the aid of two mirrors. A mousme is an unmarried Japanese girl, a term particularly applied to a tea girl or waitress.
83 x 57 mm. glossy print with 35 mm. negative and 246 x 157 mm. enlargement.
105 x 147 mm. Full length portrait of a Murik warrior in full dress. He wears a goat skin war coat and head dress and is poised in the act of drawing his sword from the scabbard.
148 x 104 mm. Showing a line of Murut women standing in a clearing in front of a row of flags on poles. The photograph was probably taken at the village of Lanchang.
265 x 315 mm.
Who successfully graduated at Chinese literary Exam for first degree. [Showing man in white coat with black edgings standing beside a cannon and two Quantao cattle knives, with the sea in the distance].
Approximately 235 x 175 mm. Collotype. Illustration photographed by Clifton and Co.
288 x 232 mm. Possibly by Shepherd and Robertson.
Coe’s account of the near accidental shooting of a Chinese labourer by a bridle-path contractor (1 sheet).
A bound volume with padded covers containing photogravure reproductions of photographs by Barton Son and Company. There is a printed introduction (pages 2-10) describing the kheddah operations by M. Mutannah, Conservator of Forests, Mysore. Unless otherwise stated, the reproductions are 285 x 245 mm.; these appear on right-hand pages, one to a page
285 x 235 mm.
A new Jiù-tsaî in his robes, with his father (Hui-An), July 6.92, 6.30pm, bright, no stop, counted 10, 1992-07-06
A note on tribes and sects in the southern Shan states of which representatives have come to Rangoon, 1906
A collection of programmes, invitations, menus, photographs and other material issued in connection with the Royal Visit to India during 1905-1906.
Landscape format. [Picture printed in reverse - 1070 on end of pakarangan. Barrels along side of steamer].
View looking across the courtyard towards the palace buildings, with two youths seated beneath the carved images in the centre of the open space.
134 x 100 mm. Laing describes this form of transport on p. 14. (p. 47).