Found in 15935 Collections and/or Records:
Half-plate. [No print]. Missing.
184 x 116 mm. Showing a large hamadryad (a very poisonous serpent native to India and south-east Asia) tethered to a stake. The caption is pencilled in Sir Frank Swettenhams hand.
An account of Guy Hutchinson's second period of employment as an assistant, this time on the Tenang rubber estate (58 pages).
210 x 277 mm.
View looking along the road towards mountain ranges.
Praying by going quickly round and round this bo-tree at one corner of the pavilion of the well of knowledge, Benares.
290 x 220 mm.
Narrative describing a robbery in the Tapah district (4 sheets).
General view of a European house in Kuching, a two storey building with a colonnaded verandah on the ground floor. The verandah on the floor above is shaded with cane blinds.
78 x 53 mm.
78 x 53 mm.
Head and shoulders portrait of a girl posed against a background of leaves.
View looking across an ornamental lake towards pavilions and houses.
Material relating to an incident reported by C. E. Collinge during the time he commanded the Armoured Car Unit of the S.S.V.F. While on manoeuvres in Johor in mid-1941, Collinge observed a Japanese army colonel whom he believed might have been a spy. The file contains correspondence between Collinge, Hugh Bryson, W. C. S. Corry and those who might have been able to shed light on the event. It also includes two photographs from Collinge illustrating where the meeting occurred (20 sheets).
This is a copy of the original document in which Bagnall describes his final days in Singapore, his evacuation by ship, its sinking by bombs the following day, and how he eventually reached safety in Colombo on 14 March (11 sheets).
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Seen from the British Consular steps of the Shameen.
103 x 147 mm. Full length portrait of a Kajaman girl wearing a long skirt, a decorated fez-like hat and long pendant earrings.
148 x 104 mm. Showing four men metalworking in the open air. The figure on the left is seated on a raised platform to work the bellows which are in the form of two cylinders through which pistons are driven, the air being expelled through two narrow pipes at the bottom. A second figure holds the metal in the flame, while the remaining two men work the metal with stone hammers.
View from a sandbank on a river looking towards the high-sterned vessel.
158 x 205 mm. General view of a village set among palm trees.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.