Found in 287 Collections and/or Records:
Belang-Belang Island. 'Nursery', and one-year-old Coconut Palms; Batjan [i.e. Bacan] and Ternate seed-nuts. 1915, 1915
Belang-Belang Island. Site reserved for Copra Factory, after clearing and burning Island. 1915, 1915
Photographs and film negatives of detailed images of leaves.
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.
242 x 197 mm. Showing a portion of the ruins and carved stones at Borobudur.
247 x 195 mm. General view looking towards the ruins of Borobudur near Magelang. This 7th - 9th century Buddhist temple is in the form of a truncated pyramid composed of intricately carved blocks of stone.
243 x 195 mm. View looking along an avenue lined with trees and small monuments which runs up to a flight of steps at the corner of the temple.
226 x 166 mm. Close up view of carvings at Borobudur.
279 x 208 mm. A view looking across the Deli River toward the bridge and small settlement of thatched houses. Exact location unidentified.
241 x 195 mm. View looking along the river towards the thatched covered footbridge. With a group of Javanese posed at the water's edge in the foreground.
Prepared by the Association of British Civilian Internees Far East Region. The volume is a full size replica of the original which was dedicated and placed in the Church of St Michael's Cornhill on 24 May 2009.
242 x 196 mm. Showing a number of bullock carts drawn up across a village street. The wagons have canopies in the shape of miniature houses with pitched roofs.
A view looking along a tree-lined street in Ujung Pandang.
A view showing people on a road in Manado with a background of jungle foliage. Manado lies near the tip of the north eastern arm of this strangely shaped island.
A view looking along a tree-shaded street in Manado with an umbrella-carrying pedestrian walking in the foreground.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.