Found in 287 Collections and/or Records:
A view looking along a street in Manado with houses on either side of the roadway and passers by watching the camera.
A view from the sea looking towards houses lining the waterfront at Manado.
215 x 170 mm. View looking along a tree-lined avenue in Semarang in north Java, 160 miles west of Surabaya. A second pencilled caption identifies the location as (?) Rodjong Road.
106 x 146 mm.
Chronological table of the sovereigns of Acheen and of some of the principal events of the history of the Indian Archipelago, 1825 - 1845
260 x 195 mm. View looking along an unidentified tree-lined street in Padang in western Sumatra.
277 x 210 mm. View looking along an unidentified tree-lined avenue in Surabaya with a single storied octagonal pavilion at the junction in the foreground.
277 x 218 mm. View looking along an unidentified street in Surabaya, with a bridge crossing the (?) Kali Mas River in the foreground. The picture is criss-crossed with a mass of overhead cables in the foreground.
273 x 209 mm. A view from roadway looking towards partially cleared jungle. The Tjinta Radja [i.e. Raja ?] Estate, in the Batang Sarangan District of Langkat, was owned in 1887 by E. Borring and E. Niederer, and managed by the latter. Its size in that year was 2000 acres.
358 x 268 mm. A view looking along the driveway towards the large thatched bungalow, with servants quarters behind. The Dutch Controller of the district (C.A. Kroesen in 1887) is presumably one of the two figures standing in front of the house. Binjai is situated 12 miles east of Medan.
A letter written by Churchill in response to an article in the 'New Daily' of 16 May 1963 reflecting upon the formation of Malaysia.
195 x 140 mm. View looking along a river towards distant mountains.
240 x 198 mm. View looking across the crater, with steam issuing from its mouth. Papandajan is situated some 15 miles south of Garut.
208 x 168 mm. View looking along canal lined with sailing vessels towards the harbour, with customs buildings in the right foreground.
212 x 156 mm. View looking across the waterfront, with the Customs House at the right and the look-out buildings in the left background.
354 x 268 mm. A view looking along the Sarangan River towards the custom house and the wharf, with steamers moored at the river bank.
214 x 166 mm. View looking along a canal towards customs buildings, with shipping moored at the wharves.
267 x 208 mm. A view looking down on the Deli River, with thick jungle on either bank.
274 x 208 mm. A view looking along the Deli River towards a village situated on the bank where the river curves.
This diary records Bell's social life, interests, personal affairs and travels. It describes the latter part of his extensive tour of the Far East during 1925-26 in greater detail than RCMS 36/2/4 (509 pages).
Diary of an escape from Singapore in Feb. 1942, after the fall of Singapore to the Japanese, 1960 - 1961
Copy of a diary by Oppenheim describing the retreat of the army to Singapore, the city's surrender and his escape initially by sail boat to Sumatra, Sri Lanka and then Bombay. The diary is anonymous, but Mortimer Hay, who also participated in the escape, has identified its author as Oppeneheim, based upon internal evidence and comparisons of its manuscript with Oppenheim's handwriting. For Hay's account see RCMS 103/12/4.
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