Found in 291 Collections and/or Records:
154 x 104 mm. View looking down on the parade.
Landscape format. About $1500 ($ = 2s/4d) worth of birdsnests (edible) are collected and exported annually from this island : it is about 3 hours sail from Usukan Bay.
Showing the group of thatched houses, raised on stilts, of the police quarters at Tuaran.
244 x 171 mm. Aerial view looking over the town of Miri, with the South China Sea beyond. Miri is situated 75 miles south-west of Brunei.
Contains loose prints from the 1950s and 1960s, supplementing the main historical collection. The main subjects are 44-57, 63-70 Aboriginal peoples; 93-109 ceremonies (including Merdeka, 1957, 96-98); 110-121 Gurkhas; 122-139 Sarawak; 140-179 Singapore (including official visits and formal occasions).
Photograph by Sabah Information Service.
Quarter-plate. [Showing man with white hair and shoulders].
Half-plate. [No print]. Missing.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Flat race.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing pole extended over the river with a person falling off the pole].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing empty pole and audience on river bank watching candidate climbing out of the river].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing person about half way along the pole above the river with audience looking on].
Mouth of the Balol Dalam River; the point reached by H.H. the Rajah on the great Kayan Expedition in 1863, 1912
Glass plate slides to illustrate a talk given by Cunynghame to the Royal Scottish Geographical Society. A transcript of the lecture, comprising a title page and 58 pages of text, is stored at RCMS 63/22.
Landscape format. [Misty scene over the wooded hills].
Landscape format. Abai River in foreground. [Trees on both sides of the river].
Quarter-plate. Called a sumpitan (same word as for blow pipe for darts, meaning literally a tube or pipe). Mooruts also use this type of musical instrument.
Showing thatched houses at Tuaran about 25 miles south west of Kota Belud, with a group of villagers posed for the photographer in the foreground and hills in the background.
Landscape format. Trimmed. To which natives from further up country came. Raft race: Ulu Mouruts.
Landscape format. [Sitting on edge of the road, some under umbrella].
Showing a line of porters carrying wicker baskets of tobacco on the bank of the Kurian River.
Up the Sakong river: used extensively for the light walls of rooms.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.