Found in 291 Collections and/or Records:
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Over bamboos. [Showing boys scaling the smooth bamboo poles].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Through barrels. [Showing six barrels suspended from a pole by ropes with an umpire in white trousers, with jacket and hat standing by].
Printed from broken negative. A view looking from the stern of a ship towards a small vessel in tow. With land visible on the horizon.
167 x 115 mm. General exterior view of industrial plant. The caption on the reverse reads '(See Feature Set No. 268). (2). A three-language signboard gives 'No Smoking' directions in English, Chinese and Malay (Jawi script) near the Lutong oil distillation plant'.
Showing a small houseboat on a river.
Group portrait of Dyaks.
275 x 209 mm. This photograph shows the Tegora Hill Cinnabar Mines and possibly dates from as early as 1867. Photographer unknown.
240 x 188 mm. A view looking down on Chinese gardens and coolie house in a jungle clearing at the Tegora Hill Cinnabar Mines situated some 60 miles from Kuching. The houses raised off the ground are Malay houses. A note on the reverse states that the tree in the centre of the print is a Tapa tree ans supposed to be upwards of 200 feet high with parasitic pine in branches.
Showing a uniformed orderly holding a horse by the bridle.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Prisoners clearing the ground, which has to be kept constantly clear of grass. In the foreground are bullock carts used for carting tobacco: there are so very few wheeled vehicles in Borneo even in the coast towns that a sight of one is always noticeable. [Showing neatly thatched fermenting shed in background, the carts at the left and the prisoners in a row just in front of the shed].
[Showing thatched building beyond the tracks with jungle in the background and a tree stump in the foreground].
[Single track railway line through cutting in rock. Man walking along ahead].
[Showing single line going down into the tunnel].
Half-plate. On the Lekas plain near Jesselton: the stick placed in ground measures 34 inches from the paper at its base.
Half-plate (landscape format). From verandah of the Residents House: note the English Church.
Showing a small sailing boat in Marudu Bay.
Landscape format. [Spectators on the bank with rafters on the water and three rafting in the distance].
Rahaman : captain of the Petrel. Son of a Brunei mother and a Sarawak father - a typical bajan or coast man of Borneo, 1909-01
[No print]. Missing.
Distant view looking across the river towards the palace.
Landscape format. [Showing jungle along far side of the river].
Landscape format. [Showing depth of wooded gorge].
Landscape format. [No print]. Missing.
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