Malay Archipelago (general region)
Found in 457 Collections and/or Records:
Quarter-plate (landscape format).
Showing the entrance to the temple, a single storey building with ornately decorated roof ridges.
View looking along a tree-shaded path in a Kuching garden.
General view of a European house in Kuching, a two storey building with a colonnaded verandah on the ground floor. The verandah on the floor above is shaded with cane blinds.
A land Dyak who insisted on being photographed in a red plush Chinese hat and Chinese trousers, Tabekang, Ulu Sadong, 1904 - 1910
Full length portrait.
Landscape format. Market boats on the water. [Hut on stilts in the water too].
Landscape format. [Picture printed in reverse - 1070 on end of pakarangan. Barrels along side of steamer].
Quarter-plate. [Showing group of 8 Europeans sitting on the ground with jungle behind. Women (4) in long white dresses and with hats with two men in white with topees and two more in dark clothes. 12 copies of the print were sent to Mrs Gueritz, Government House, Sandakan, North Borneo on 29.04.09, so maybe her picnic]
Half-plate. [Children standing about on the roads - logs on stilts linking the houses].
Half-plate (landscape format). [Mouruts: shooting darts with blow pipes at a running deer]. [Showing crowds around edge of open grass area with running deer - a short fence of wooden sticks with palm leaves. Behind crowd, are thatched houses among thick vegtation].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing audience of natives and some Europeans with palm trees in the background].
Half-plate. [No print]. Missing.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). The tobacco here grown is all for the outside covering leaves of cigars.
Quarter-plate. Putting on the chowat or loin cloth: note length of cloth and method of putting it on.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). A typical district officers boat of state (pukerangin).
114 x 141 mm. In British North Borneo now known as Sabah. The caption on the reverse reads '(13). Most populous of the inhabitants of the Interior are the Muruts. District officer Claridge talks with one of them, examines his sword decorated with the hair from a scalp'.
159 x 110 mm. As captioned.
133 x 87 mm. Showing John Lisseter HUMPHREYS (1881-1929) inspecting a guard of honour of Indian soldiers on his arrival at Jessleton to take up his appointment as Governor of British North Borneo. Humphreys, who entered the Straits Settlement Civil Service in 1905, died while on leave in China after three years as Governor of British North Borneo.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing large bungalow surrounded by trees, with a river in the foreground].
242 x 171 mm. Market scene with vendors and their produce.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [A crowd of traders].