Found in 16199 Collections and/or Records:
A series of domed pavilions, steps leading down to the Lake, with elephant statues by the waterside, 1910
[Exact location untraced]
154 x 109 mm. General view of a settlement of thatched houses in a clearing in dense jungle.
Landscape format. At the village of Nan-chu-tao, Weihaiwei.
296 x 238 mm. Showing a group of Europeans posed beside their tents in their camp at Srinagar, with Indian servants and bearers arranged around the trophies laid out on the ground. With the poplar avenue in the background. Bourne no. 816
144 x 103 mm. View from across the river looking towards the longhouses of the village, set on a rise above the river bank.
175 x 125 mm.
Three annotated drafts of an account of how Smith investigated the case of a clerk in the Federated Malay States Railway during the early 1930s, who claimed to be the victim of black magic (8 sheets). The file includes a letter relating to its publication.
A work on the constitution of the Kandyan Kingdom, the last independent state in Sri Lanka, which had its capital at Kandy, 414 pages. The manuscript is endorsed at the end 'Copied by J.H. Direckize Translator of the Ratnapura Kachcheri (?) 28th Octr. 1892'.
83 x 57 mm. glossy print with 35 mm. negative and 246 x 157 mm. enlargement.
190 x 140 mm.
Coe's account of being caught in a violent rainstorm while punting in the lower reaches of the Kelantan River near Kota Bharu in 1931.
Showing a group of Malays in the street at Chanderiang, with thatched wooden buildings opening onto the street as shops.
Half-plate. [Children standing about on the roads - logs on stilts linking the houses].
242 x 193 mm. View looking along a tree shaded street lined with thatched huts at Surakarta or Solo, situated on the Solo River 120 miles WSW of Surabaya. The town contains the vast walled palace of the Sultan of Surakarta and Fort Vastenburg (built in 1779).
78 x108 mm.
210 x 150 mm.
Showing three figures standing in a garden. On the left is B.J. Eaton (dressed as in the preceding print), and on the right a man in a sarong (possibly J.B. Scrivenor). The central figure, in casual European dress, is unidentified.