Found in 454 Collections and/or Records:
196 x 142 mm. Showing a Chinese fortune teller (? or calligrapher) squatting behind a mat laid out with various texts written in Chinese script.
75 x 53 mm. Showing P.A.B. McKerron walking along a path, with a military escort.
155 x 109 mm. Showing McKerron, Foulger and Regester standing at attention beside the wreaths laid in front of the grave.
155 x 110 mm. Showing P.A.B. McKerron standing at attention with a group of Chinese Malayans in front of the wreaths laid outside.
109 x 155 mm. Showing P.A.B. McKerron making the funeral oration on the steps of the Victoria Memorial Hall [?]
149 x 90 mm. A view looking across the lawn of an unidentified house, with life size models of animals on the grass.
Includes material on the IUC as a whole together with a few items on British Universities.
132 x 81 mm. A view looking along the driveway towards the hospital buildings (possibly the Outram General Hospital, opened in 1926).
Prints measuring approximately 205 x 140 mm with typewritten captions pasted to the reverse.
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.
275 x 207 mm.
275 x 207 mm. A general view of Government House. Photograph probably by G.R. Lambert and Co.
Cox's account discusses the sourcing, manufacture, packaging, retailing, consumption and regulation of opium in Singapore. The file also includes a letter to the British Association of Malaya (5 sheets).
147 x 122 mm. Showing a group of officials seated round a table. The figures are identified as: Walker (Secretary); (Sir) Alexander Theodore NEWBOULT (1896-1974), Chief Secretary, Malayan Union 1946-1950; Sir Gerald [i.e. Gerard] Edward James GENT (1895-1948), Governor, Malayan Union 1946-1948; Hugh Patterson BRYSON (1898-1977), Assistant Secretary, Singapore 1956-1949; J.S. DUMERESQUE, Head of Broadcasting; Sir Franklin GIMSON (1890-1975), Governor of Singapore 1946-1952.
Group of three men identified on the back as Sir J.A. Swettenham, Admiral of the Fleet Sir H. Keppel and Vice-Admiral H.R.H. Prince Henry of Prussia, 1899 - 1900
135 x 215 mm. Arthur Abercromby Scott-Duff (1874-1951) was A.D.C. to the Governor of Singapore 1898-1899. He appears to have been a friend of the Swettenham family as he appears in the group mentioned in Y3031C/13. In 1914 he served with the Gordon Highlanders in France but in December was appointed A.D.C. to the Duke of Connaught, Governor-General of Canada.
98 x 148 mm. Showing a Malay man standing beside the tree. On reverse of print: This tree produces an undesirable rubber. The tree was destroyed on orders by Mr I.H. Burkill, Director of Gardens, Singapore, sometime after 1918, when this photograph was taken.
276 x 208 mm. A view looking south along South Bridge Road from the corner of Mosque Street, with the twin towers of the Jamae Mosque (built by Chulia Muslims between 1830-55) at the right and the entrance gateway of the Sri Mariammam Temple (built 1827-43) beyond.
207 x 27 mm. Showing the gopuran (entrance gate-tower) of the Sri Mariamman Temple on South Bridge Road, built between 1827 and 1843.
260 x 208 mm.
269 x 204 mm.