Found in 16199 Collections and/or Records:
Numbered '42' on the bottom left-hand corner.
Panorama extending over four joined pages.
205 x 157 mm. General view (long exposure, taken at dusk) of the area in the vicinity of the Victoria Memorial Hall, seen here with the War memorial obelisk in the left foreground.
160 x 190 mm. (p. 41).
About to slide again. The larger leaves seen in our hands are for sitting on. We are standing in running foam.
L-R top: Sykes, Sheppard, Tait, Mr Grey, Bottom Mrs Sykes, Mrs Tait at Bankling's Slide.
The elephants arriving at the slide.
Starting off for Mengget Unchor. First elephant Sir J Scott (acting Governor) and Sultan of Perak. Second Elephant Lady Scott, A. Caldecott (CSG).
Quarter-plate. [Showing group of 8 Europeans sitting on the ground with jungle behind. Women (4) in long white dresses and with hats with two men in white with topees and two more in dark clothes. 12 copies of the print were sent to Mrs Gueritz, Government House, Sandakan, North Borneo on 29.04.09, so maybe her picnic]
300 x 243 mm. View looking along the back of one of the canals at Srinagar, with a boat on the water, two Indian figures posed in the middleground, and an avenue of poplars at the left. Bourne no. 826.
132 x 182 mm.
A copy of a half-tone photograph showing business premises in (?) Chater Road.
Showing a European woman climbing into a small covered cart, with the driver standing beside the horse. The pencilled caption on the negative wrapper reads The lady-friend of Sir Robert Hart starting for a drive in Peking. Sir Robert Hart (1835-1911) was Inspector-General of Chinese Customs 1863-1908.
147 x 102 mm.
Owing to its multi-racial nature, Singapore has a diverse culture influenced by its three major ethnic groups - the Chinese, Malays and Indians. Schoolchildren have a choice of learning music and dance as part of their extra-curricular activities.
An account of how Coe’s anticipated Christmas celebrations in Tapah were disrupted by a case of assault between two Tamil labourers and a flood the following day.
307 x 185 mm. View of a stretch of river, possibly the Pyarka, in the Nilgiris. Photograph by Samuel Bourne no. 2028.
320 x 193 mm. View from the N shore of the lake looking towards the avenue lined with willow trees which divides the stretch of water into two. The nearer portion of the lake, immediately to the south of the town, was filled in between 1896 and 1899 to become the racecourse. Bourne no. 1980.
Above Tanjung Malim, L-R: Bagot, Mrs Bags, Browne, Hallen, Mark John Kennaway at the start.
Above Tanjung Malim. L-R: Mrs Bagot, Sheppard, NJ, Halps the organiser just before the start upstream.
Above Tanjung Malim. L-R: Mrs Sheppard, Bagot shooting a rapid.
103 x 146 mm. View looking upriver along the rapids, with jungle on either bank.