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 Indigenous 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.