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The caption continues 'Some of the world's leading computer firms have set up plants here'.
127 x 75 mm. Showing a group of pith helmetted Europeans examining a biplane which has crashed-landed in woodland. Exact date, circumstances and location unknown.
Landscape format. [Children walking with their hands behind their backs beside wrought-iron fence with buildings beyond across the street].
Half-plate. Chinese children fan drill.
Owing to its multi-racial nature, Singapore has a diverse culture influenced by its three major ethnic groups - the Chinese, Malays and Indians. Schoolchildren have a choice of learning music and dance as part of their extra-curricular activities.
This is a copy of a diary describing Hay’s active service during the Malayan campaign, beginning with his joining the battery in mid-Dec. 1941. He saw action at Kuala Selangor and during the siege of Singapore. After its surrender, he escaped by ship on 16 Feb., reaching Sumatra on 21 Feb. and then Sri Lanka on 1 Mar. 1942. See RCMS 103/12/3 for another account of the same escape written by H.R. Oppenheim (21 sheets).
A plan created by the Camp Fatigue Officer, Hugh Bryson, as the basis for discussion should the movement of the camp ever become necessary (3 copies; 4 sheets).
292 x 180 mm. Showing a dragon dance in progress on the Padang in Singapore on National Day.
Half-plate (landscape format).
A series of photographs showing various aspects of education and science in Singapore.
The file contains a copy of the Colony of Singapore, Department of Education, 'Ten Year Programme'. It also includes the transcripts of two Radio Malaya broadcasts and a newsreel discussing education, and a series of news cuttings relating to Frisby (80 sheets).
153 x 104 mm. Showing Edward Heath talking to Lee Kwan Yew during a visit to Singapore
207 x 133 mm. View of Empress Place, Singapore, showing Victoria Memorial Hall, The Cricket Club, and Obelisk.
141 x 84 mm. Showing the Grand Hotel de l'Europe emblazoned along its length with the legend God Bless the Prince of Wales. Situated on the Esplanade near the Victoria Memorial Hall (part of which is visible at the left of the print), the hotel was established in 1857 and occupied the same site until the building was demolished in 1936. (Makepeace, ii, 197 and Tyers, p. 89). But see Turnbull (1975, p. 47) who dates the naming of the hotel somewhat later.
81 x 54 mm. Showing Evan (no further identification) seated at the centre of an Indian group, probably in Singapore.
81 x 54 mm.
145 x 94 mm. View looking across Commercial Square, Singapore, with Exchange buildings at left and Hong Kong and Shanghai Bank at right.
Half-plate. With Birdsnest Fern, Botanical Gardens : Singapore.
149 x 90 mm. A view from the edge of the jungle looking towards the sea, with wooden houses raised on stilts on the foreshore.