Found in 16199 Collections and/or Records:
Quarter-plate (landscape format).
Showing a camp-site of rough thatched huts in a jungle clearing.
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
Quarter-plate (landscape format). In distance terraced vineyards. Note branch with caroab fruit on roadside. The fruit of the caroab always hangs inside the mass of the foilage; this tree is loaded. Exported for cattle cake making, etc.
Contains prints by J and H King of Simla bound in padded red leather album inscribed on the cover: 'Presented to Her Royal Highness: The Princess of Wales: Rawalpindi Manoeuvres and Review 5th-8th December 1905.' The prints, 290-300 x 195-230 mm unless otherwise stated, are mounted on cardboard pages with printed captions.
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.
278 x 226 mm. View looking through a decorated archway towards the garden, with rows of shrubs in large pots lining the path in the foreground.
General view of the house seen in the preceding print, with rows of potted plants in the foreground. The house is a two-storied affair in European style with verandahs on both floors and a tiled roof.
Showing Chinese tin miners bringing material to a sluice box, with living quarters in the background and mountains in the distance.
Showing part of the façade of a Chinese temple in Kuala Lumpur.
Showing the entrance to the temple, a single storey building with ornately decorated roof ridges.
151 x 194 mm. Grouped portrait of emaciated famine victims posed in the doorway of a thatched house. Full accounts of the Indian famines of the 1870s can be found in the Parliamentary Command Papers, Report of the Indian Famine Commission. See in particular Part III, Famine histories (c. 3086 of 1885).
78 x 53 mm.
78 x 53 mm.
71 x 117 mm.
Showing the Malay appearance of the people though they speak Chinese.
A correct globe with the new discoveries: A correct globe with ye new constelations [sic] of Dr Halley &c, 1775
194 x 148 mm. A view looking along a country road, with a Malay house in the left foreground.
200 x 255 mm. Watercolour.
218 x 275 mm. Photograph by Scowen & Co.