Found in 15935 Collections and/or Records:
110 x 80 mm.
Interior view of a magistrates courtroom, with the magistrates chair and desk in the centre, surrounded by large presentation umbrellas.
290 x 215 mm. Subject unidentified, but possibly the young Maharaja of Bharatpur featured in Y3022B/93. Photograph probably by Shepherd and Robertson or Samuel Bourne.
The largest Malay vernacular school. (Govt.) Infant Class.
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.
Showing actors performing a play in the open air, with a row of spectators in the background.
Showing a wood and thatch house raised on piles.
Showing a wood and thatch house perched on the side of a steep hill.
144 x 93 mm. Showing a settlement of wooden houses with atap roofs, set among palm trees.
Full length portrait of a Malay servant.
A more general view of the milling machinery than the preceding print, with harvested sugar cane piled in the foreground.
79 x 103 mm. As captioned.
Landscape format. Market boats on the water. [Hut on stilts in the water too].
View looking across open, communal grassland towards forest.
Visit to Kayong Tin Mine In Kemaman Dist. 4 Hours Journey by road & river. General view of staff & labour force & mine buildings.
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.
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