Found in 801 Collections and/or Records:
Middle rib intact, and tapering at ends, each about 900 x 30 mm, with 2 lines of writing. On the outside of one is written: 'wun-min-mya-za'. Leaves are curled and text hard to decipher. Possibly a pass for Burney to travel.
A collection of loose prints. The prints are captioned on the reverse with credits to photographers:
1-16 J. Jackson.
17-18 Watts and Skeen.
155 x 112 mm. Showing Williams and two unidentified Europeans posed with porters and bearers around two dead tigers.
Black folding book, 3 folds, 380 x 150 mm, with text in white steatite on four sides.
Royal order sent to Han-tha-wadi. Dated B.E. 1199.
A note on tribes and sects in the southern Shan states of which representatives have come to Rangoon, 1906
A collection of programmes, invitations, menus, photographs and other material issued in connection with the Royal Visit to India during 1905-1906.
Quarter-plate. In the Pozoondoung Creek. [Native boat, dredger and steamer on river].
154 x 109 mm. General view of a settlement of thatched houses in a clearing in dense jungle.
Painting only. Colouring of head and of silk might serve for Sawbwas photograph.
A typical village house made mostly of bamboo and raised on posts so that the cattle can shelter under it, 1903 - 1921
Half-plate. Who is in three days to be a Poongy; i.e. a sort of priest. Most of the turbans are of a very pale rose coloured silk. The face of Swbwas son is slightly whitened with ash. Bicycles are very silvery and smart. (Fisher).
Partially in verse (1 sheet).
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.