Found in 287 Collections and/or Records:
167 x 120 mm. View looking east-west along Heerenstraat, with the entrance to the Protestant Church in the right foreground.
An interior view showing the two men seated at a table in wicker-chairs in a room hung with cane screens. With a billiard table in the background. Pulau Bacan is situated about 10 miles south west of Halmahera.
Holy Cannon at Batavia. Note the Incense Pot & Paper Umbrellas, offerings of 'hopeful' native women., 1919 - 1920
167 x 110 mm. View looking along the Hooge Pad (High Path), the avenue lined with tamarisk trees which is the main road in the town.
195 x 243 mm. A view of a small but elaborately decorated Sumatran house, raised off the ground on piles and with a ladder up to the entrance set below the eaves.
The collection includes letters, postcards, photographs, art work, maps and books.
238 x 195 mm. View looking across an ornamental lake with fountain towards a small, open-sided cast-iron pavilion in the shade of which a European group is seated. It is not clear whether this print shows the Governor General's Palace at Batavia or Buitenzorg [Bandar Lampung].
An analysis of Indonesian influences upon the post Second World War political situation in Malaya, including descriptions of the foundation, activities and aims of Indonesian organisations (24 sheets).
Two coastal views.
289 x 230 mm. View from the sea of the jungle covered hills of the island of Pompang, off the east coast of Sumatra.
View of a mountain and crater.
A view showing two Javanese walking beside one of the many canals that criss-cross Jakarta.
A view showing ships at anchor in the Jakarta roadstead, with harbour wharves on either side.
A view showing the sand sea and the volcanic craters of Gunung Bromo in E Jawa. The print, a copy of a gravure reproduction, is marked with a route in ink. There is also a scribbled note in ink (illegible) beneath the mount.
A copy of a half-tone print showing two riders on a stretch of sand in the foreground with the crater of Gunung Bromo beyond. The original photograph is in a letter-press beneath the slide.
A portrait of two Javanese women, one seated and one standing, posed against a cloth backdrop.
A view showing a side street in Bogor (formerly known as Buitenzorg) with single storey dwellings on either side of the street. With a merchant's stall outside a house on the right foreground. Situated 30 miles south of Jakarta, Bogor was primarily famous for its botanical gardens, laid out in 1817. The Governor-General of the (then) Dutch East Indies also had a palace in the town.
A view showing the street and part of the hotel premises.
A view along the street with the hotel on the right.
A view from the street looking towards the balconied frontage of this small hotel.
A view showing the roadway with the hotel premises on the right.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.