Malay Archipelago (general region)
Found in 457 Collections and/or Records:
146 x 105 mm. General view of the front of the temple.
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.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Drying shed in the background. [Showing men at work with small bonfires].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Drying shed in the background.
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.
Half-plate. Seen in previous picture.
273 x 209 mm. View from a hillside looking down onto a row of thatched houses runing along beside the coal mine railway. The small trucks of coal are drawn by bullocks. Muara (also known as Brooketon) is situated some 13 miles east of Brunei Tarn and was a centre for coal mining by the British North Borneo Company until 1925. The town was completely destroyed during World War Two. Photograph by G.R. Lambert and Co.
Quarter-plate. With prickly stems bound round the trunk to stop rats and squirrels.
Includes material on Universities throughout the Commonwealth of Nations. Many, though not all, of the slides were taken by Ian Maxwell.
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.
195 x 140 mm. View looking along a river towards distant mountains.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [River bank thick with vegetation with river in the foreground].
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.
1. 'The Preventive Service' (18 sheets). A guide describing the responsibilities, duties and administration of the Customs Service for newly appointed officers by C.C. Gutteridge.
2. 'The Preventive Service: North Region' (19 sheets). Report of the activities of the service in the states of Perlis, Kedah, Perak and Pinang from Oct. 1955 to Aug. 1957 by C.C. Gutteridge.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). The Bakau Co Ltd: turns out about 80 tons per month: exported to England, France Germany, Holland, U.S.A. The best cutch is obtained from the Tungah tree. Tungah tree gives 61-63% of tannin absorbable by hide. [Showing forest behind and a tram-lines leading from the works along ? pier].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Sold to Chinese Traders. [Showing milling group with man carrying back pannier with a large container tied on top, possibly containing damar].