Malay Archipelago (general region)
Found in 457 Collections and/or Records:
A view showing two Javanese walking beside one of the many canals that criss-cross Jakarta.
A view showing ships at anchor in the Jakarta roadstead, with harbour wharves on either side.
A view showing the sand sea and the volcanic craters of Gunung Bromo in E Jawa. The print, a copy of a gravure reproduction, is marked with a route in ink. There is also a scribbled note in ink (illegible) beneath the mount.
A copy of a half-tone print showing two riders on a stretch of sand in the foreground with the crater of Gunung Bromo beyond. The original photograph is in a letter-press beneath the slide.
A portrait of two Javanese women, one seated and one standing, posed against a cloth backdrop.
A view showing a side street in Bogor (formerly known as Buitenzorg) with single storey dwellings on either side of the street. With a merchant's stall outside a house on the right foreground. Situated 30 miles south of Jakarta, Bogor was primarily famous for its botanical gardens, laid out in 1817. The Governor-General of the (then) Dutch East Indies also had a palace in the town.
A view showing the street and part of the hotel premises.
A view along the street with the hotel on the right.
A view from the street looking towards the balconied frontage of this small hotel.
A view showing the roadway with the hotel premises on the right.
Landscape format. [Showing Rest House in open water].
Landscape format. [Near the finish].
Landscape format. Trimmed. Makaralli, a Pathan, winning.
Landscape format. Note Roman Catholic Archbishop - red sash on white dress. [Archbishop also carries parasol].
Landscape format. [Governors house on hill behind].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). And young plants from nursery ready for planting.
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.
205 x 153 mm. As captioned.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). '35 lepers [people affected by leprosy there now: mostly Chinese'. [Distant view of island from the sea].
1. 'How krah (forced labour) was abolished in Kedah' by Sir George Maxwell (2 copies, 4 sheets).
2. Correspondence between Hugh Bryson and Julian Dudley Hall on the evacuation of the Sultan of Kedah, Abdul Hamid Halim Shah, to Kulim during the Japanese invasion of Dec. 1941 (5 sheets).
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.