Found in 287 Collections and/or Records:
Kali Mas (gold River) in Soerabaija, with the Roodebrug (Red Bridge), centre of European trade, 1880 - 1899
287 x 204 mm. View looking along the Kali Mas, with wharves crowded with small vessels and lighters. The Red Bridge, presumably hidden behind boats, is not visible in this print.
277 x 186 mm. View looking along the Kali Mas in Surabaya, here seen crowded with small trading vessels. The river is here embanked into a canal lined with commercial premises, with a railway running along the road to the left of the river.
278 x 208 mm. A view looking along a street in Klambir with wooden houses with verandahs on the first floor overhanging the walkway beneath. Klambir is another name for Tanjong Poera (also spelt Tanjungpura and Tandjoengpoera), situated near the mouth of the Sarangan River 30 miles north-west of Medan and the seat of the Sultan of Langkat.
170 x 118 mm. View looking along a canal lined with small steam vessels.
274 x 208 mm. A view looking across the river, with off-loaded timber, a bullock cart and labourers grouped on the open space in the foreground. The Deli River rises at Mt Sibayak in north-east Sumatra and flows northwards for 60 miles past Medan and Labuan Deli to the Strait of Malacca.
270 x 209 mm. A view looking along the Langkat River with houses on stilts in the left foreground and a few figures posed beside their boats at the water's edge.
278 x 207 mm. A view looking along an unidentified stretch of the Lankat River towards its junction with another river.
85 x 53 mm.
A letter from Sir Stamford Raffles in Batavia to Charles Grant, Chairman of the East India Company, 25 October 1815 (3 pages), defending Raffles' administrative record in Java, written before he had received news of the decision to return Java to the Dutch. There is an undated typescript copy of this letter (2 pages) and a photocopy of a second letter, written by Raffles in Singapore to David Brown, 12 November 1822 (3 pages).
A letter discussing the importance of political propaganda, illustrated by Churchill's success in countering a pro-Indonesian propaganda campaign in Kelantan during 1946-1947.
[Lillian with her mother and uncle, Charles Robertson, on the latter's tea estate in Java], 1920 - 1925
130 x 100 mm.
London-Dutch East Indies [i.e. Indonesia]-Malaya [i.e. Malay Peninsula]-Penang [i.e. Pinang]-Hong Kong. Ceylon [i.e. Sri Lanka], 1935-09 - 1935-10
Macassar [i.e. Ujung Pandang] Harbour, with private piers and British S.S. Ban Poh Guan in front, 1900
167 x 110 mm. View looking along the water-front of Macassar Harbour, with the steamer Ban Poh Guan moored at the pier in the foreground and sailing ships beyond. As the capital of the Celebes and a free port, Macassar was the busiest trading port in the archipelago.
A detailed description of Morkill’s varied work as magistrate and district officer, and of Malay landscape, life and culture (34 sheets).
350 x 265 mm. Showing a group of European men and women posed on a tennis court, with servants standing behind and a two storey wooden house with thatched roof, and a verandah on the first floor, in the background.
A view showing a farming scene in Pulau Ambon, with cattle in the foreground, a banana plantation beyond and the sea in the distance. Pulau Ambon lies off the south-west coast of Seram, the largest of the Moluccan Islands.
A view looking along a residential street of white washed houses with thatched roofs in Ternate.
A view looking aling a tree-shaded street in Ternate.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.