Found in 291 Collections and/or Records:
Bachelors quarters in Dyak village - the heads are kept here; Land Dyaks, Tabakong, Ulu Sadong, 1904 - 1910
Showing a wood and thatched hut raised on piles, with a group of Dyak youths gathered at an opening in the roof.
Landscape format. Just outside Sandakan. [Showing wooded hill at end of island across water].
Landscape format. Reddish sandstone - dark almost purple in places: The face of the rock rises almost sheer from the sea.
Showing the guests and participants gathered in the village square.
Half-plate (landscape format]. Close to Jesselton. [Carved wooden posts among shrubs].
Showing thatched houses built on stilts at the edge of the river.
273 x 209 mm. Group portrait of Bakatan warriors, dressed in war costume and carrying spears. Roth (1896) lists two types of Bakatan, the Batoi (Rejang River) and the Bintulu (Tatau River), but this group has not been precisely identified. Photographer unknown, probably G.R. Lambert and Co.
158 x 108 mm. View looking along the beach towards a kampong situated among palm trees on the waters edge.
158 x 109 mm. A view from the sea looking towards a sandy beach with a jungle covered mountain in the background. Exact location unidentified.
A view looking along the river, with a canoe in the background and a raft made from bamboos roped together, moored in the foreground.
A view looking along the river with forest on either shore.
Loose prints of mostly Borneo, captioned and measuring approximately 85 x 55 mm.
A view looking down on the harbour facilities at Balikpapan with ships moored at the end of long jetties which stretch out into the harbour and with a settlement on the shoreline in the background. Balikpapan lies on the Macassar Strait coastline of Kalimantan Timur.
An account of a visit to Northern Borneo and Brunei in 1962 highlighting changes which had occurred since Clark left in 1950.
The transcript of a B.B.C. Home Service talk of 16 February 1967.
Jesselton Sports, 1 Jan 1909
Half-plate (landscape format). [Showing lion-like figure from centre of previous plate].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing European crossing the high wooden bridge to the village among the palms. Copy of print sent to Dr Davies, Sandakan, Br. N.B. on 29.iv.09, so maybe of him].
Gallery-proofs of a paper read to the Royal Colonial Institute, 14 December 1897.
Landscape format. Note fishing screen : market boats : in distance Sultans Palace, and on left palace of one of the two regents.
Half-plate (landscape format). [Street being waterfront to houses on stilts with boats moored outside].
Landscape format. On the left a cutch factory - extracting a tannin from Bakau bark - used for tanning leather (see Sandakan cutch factory for other kind of cutch).
Landscape format. Dug-out canoe in the foreground. [Showing thatched huts on stilts beside the water].
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.