Found in 287 Collections and/or Records:
Loose prints measuring approximately 165 x 110 mm, captioned on the reverse.
A large album of albumen prints. The prints are of various sizes and by various photographers. The compiler of the album is not known.
Three photographs of a Balinese woman and her European husband.
55 x 85 mm.
55 x 83 mm.
247 x 185 mm. View of part of the overgrown ruins of the 7th century temples at Prambanan, situated some 24 miles south east of Borobudur. Formerly known as Mendang Kamular, the temples were built by Indian architects and artists who had emigrated from Gujerat under the leadership of Maharaja Adiraja Adityandhama at the end of the 6th century AD.
196 x 241 mm. View showing one of the central temples at Prambanan, a pyramidal structure decorated with bas-reliefs.
Professional snapshots. Malaya - Java [i.e. Jawa] - Bali - New Zealand. February - May 1939, 1939-02 - 1939-05
This relates to a later stage in McKay's career than any of the other albums. Apart from its serial number 20, it is marked on the cover 'Album No 4' possibly of a collection of professional photographs made by McKay.
170 x 120 mm. General view of the Protestant Church on Heerenstraat, with a well in the foreground. The main body of the church is polygonal, capped by an unattractive dome. The main entrance from Heerenstraat is in the form of two towers fronted by a portico.
Churchill's commentary upon the Suez Crisis. He calls for effective propaganda to make Britain's case, and to counter the spread of Communism, illustrated by his successful campaign against pro-Indonesian propaganda in Kelantan during 1946-47. (4 sheets).
175 x 120 mm. Photograph of the Indonesian Premier, Dr. Wilope, proposing the toast of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II at a reception given by H.E. Sir Derwent William Kermode (1898-1960) British Ambassador in Djakarta on 5 June 1952. Photograph by Ipphas, Indonesia. With accompanying correspondence.
354 x 268 mm. A view looking across a large field of ripe tobacco with jungle in the distance.
278 x 209 mm. A view looking down on a river flowing through thick jungle. The group of men in and beside the river appear to be in the process of building a bridge. Exact location unidentified.
55 x 85 mm.
239 x 193 mm. View looking along the road which runs downhill between a deep cutting. Precise location unidentified (? possibly the further side of the Poetjak Pass).
167 x 119 mm. View showing a bend in the Semarang River, with open country beyond. The Bandjir Canal presumably runs beyond the further bank along the line of raised level ground.
295 x 202 mm. Showing a river running through dense jungle in Sumatra.
View of horse drawn carriage.
290 x 174 mm. Platinum print. A view looking along a bamboo avenue, with two cabs parked 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.