Malay Archipelago (general region)
Found in 457 Collections and/or Records:
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [The start of the race with audience behind and a large building in the background].
Landscape format. [Showing footprints with the sea beyond].
352 x 267 mm. A view looking across the river towards bungalows situated in a clearing on the far side. Two white uniformed Europeans are seated in a pony trap at the ford, while other figures watch the photographer from the bank. Balawen Deli lies at the mouth of the Deli River 15 miles north of Medan near Labuan Deli. The Soengal River has not been traced and is either possibly another name for the Deli, a tributary of that river, or a mis-spelling of the Sarangan River.
Half-plate (landscape format). Trimmed. In far distance district (wettest in Brunei territory). [View of town on stilts]. Small-leaved Belunu and large-leaved Membagan trees in foreground.
Half-plate (landscape format). Trimmed. [Similar to 4250].
[No print]. Missing.
A collection of loose prints, mostly measuring approximately 190 x 140 mm, with typewritten captions pasted to the reverse. The collection contains general views of landscape and architecture in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Brunei and Borneo.
Half-plate (landscape format). On the rubber estates. [Showing two European men dwarfed at the foot of the tree].
Half-plate (landscape format). Mr and Mrs Gueritz in front of the house. [A cannon in the right foreground and Government beyond the stream on a rise with hills in the distance].
166 x 110 mm. View from the Hooge Pad (High Path) looking towards the entrance of Government House. This view looks past the rusticated stone sentry posts towards the central block of the house, with two wings with colonnades flanking this building to the left and right.
View looking across a grass compound towards the government offices, a row of single storied whitewashed buildings with verandahs and tiled roofs.
354 x 267 mm. Showing a group of Battak men, women and children posed in front of a house. Precise location of Low Melgup is unidentified.
Quarter-plate. [Showing a row of boys photographed from one side, with palm trees and thatched houses in the background].
353 x 267 mm. Showing a group of labourers at the edge of a tobacco field, with a long thatched building in the background. This is probably the Padana Djirmin Estate, a small plantation of 666 acres (in 1887) in the Selesse District. Owned by the Langkat Plantations Company and managed by A. Menzies.
Landscape format. From Sarwak, taken at Sapong - (too dark for good photograph).
Landscape format. From Sarwak, taken at Sapong.
Landscape format. From Sarawak, taken at Sapong.
Quarter-plate. In the distance are some Yomogang women from the Pagallan River with green leaves and bright scarlet hybiscus flowers in their hair. [Showing group in European dress and girl wearing tartan skirt].
Quarter-plate. (Note brass coiled round arm and waist). [Showing woman with brass coiled round arm and waist carrying funnel-shaped container on her back standing with three other people].
354 x 268 mm. A group photograph of Javanese men, women and children (probably tobacco estate workers) posed against a background of vegetation.
287 x 231 mm. Showing a group of Kling (Tamil) men, women and children posed against a background of forest vegetation. Wright (1910) records a Bindjey Estate under the ownership of the Bindjey [i.e. Binjai] Tobacco Company. This company was not established until 1907 however, so this photograph would have been taken when the plantation was under an earlier owner.
Landscape format. Kampong means village. [Group of nine, some blurred].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). All Ulu Padas Peluans.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). To which natives from further up country came. Notice the spear-topped blowpipes or sumpitans.