Found in 289 Collections and/or Records:
244 x 193 mm. View of a small thatched house with baskets of various sizes laid on the ground in front of the verandah. A row of workers sits inside the single roomed building, with the proprietor seated on the verandah. Long lengths of bamboo ready for splitting are piled on the ground in front of the house.
A copy of Nias's account of his wartime service in Malaya. He was involved in demolition work during the retreat to Singapore. After its fall he and a number of comrades escaped in a dinghy and an old yacht, reaching Sumatra, from whence he was evacuated to Sri Lanka and the United Kingdom (6 sheets). Nias’s diary was published in ‘British Malaya’, June 1942, 16-17. The collection is accompanied by a letter from Professor A. L. McLeod to Hugh Bryson.
242 x 193 mm. View looking along a tree shaded street lined with thatched huts at Surakarta or Solo, situated on the Solo River 120 miles WSW of Surabaya. The town contains the vast walled palace of the Sultan of Surakarta and Fort Vastenburg (built in 1779).
Photographs taken by Vera, Lady Broughton.
A view showing a circle of carved stone figures of human forms.
A view looking across a lake towards distant mountains with two women on the nearer shore in the foreground. Photograph by Kurkdjian of Sourabaya.
A glass copy-negative, signed by Kurkdjian of Sourabaya.
A view showing ornate stone carvings on the entrance doorway of an unidentified temple.
A view showing a row of steps, flanked by stone statues, leading up towards a pagoda-like tower. Exact location unidentified.
Portraits of young women.
A view looking over the rooftops of a Balinese village with jungle beyond.
Portraits of young women.
A view showing a village built on the shore of a curving beach. Exact location unknown.
An interesting view showing Banda Islanders in long war canoes with decorated prows with the volcano rising from the shore beyond. The island seen here is Gunung Api, one of the smaller islands of the Banda group which lies about 50 miles south of Seram.
A view looking along a wide street in Bandung with single-storey shops and houses on either side of the road. Bandung lies 75 miles south-east of Jakarta and was formerly the headquarters of the (then) Dutch East Indies Army.
View of a horse drawn carriage.
241 x 189 mm. View looking along a canal at Batavia, with houses and gardens on the right and a road on the left.
242 x 195 mm. View looking along the tree-shaded Rijswijk in Waltevreden, with the canal at the right and an unidentified white building on the left. Weltevreden was the European section of Batavia, situated in the southern part of the city. Rijswijk runs north to south to the north-west of the Koningsplein.
240 x 192 mm. View looking along a tree shaded canal in Batavia, with a barge loaded with firewood in the foreground and a group of houses visible beyond the trees.