Found in 454 Collections and/or Records:
151 x 90 mm. Showing six fishermen rowing a sampan.
Because of its economic sophistication, Singaporeans are engaged in a variety of occupations. The emphasis now is on high-technology, precision and computer skills.
200 x 191 mm. Showing an unidentified figure arranging an order around the neck of Prime Minister Lee Kwan Yew.
141 x 186 mm. Showing Lee Kwan Yew presiding over preparatory talks up to postures to be taken by Singapore at the forthcoming Commonwealth Prime Ministers' Conference.
A collection of 35mm transparencies. Used in the Commonwealth in Focus exhibition, a continuous slide show was prepared to portray contemporary aspects of the countries of the Commonwealth. Eight of these slides were copied for use in the show.
138 x 82 mm. Showing lightning flashing in a stormy sky, with trees silhouetted in the foreground.
292 x 195 mm. Showing dancers costumed as lions in the National Day Parade.
London-Dutch East Indies [i.e. Indonesia]-Malaya [i.e. Malay Peninsula]-Penang [i.e. Pinang]-Hong Kong. Ceylon [i.e. Sri Lanka], 1935-09 - 1935-10
140 x 90 mm. A view looking down river, with barges moored at the Boat Quay in the foreground.
142 x 100 mm. Showing mail steamer docked at Singapore.
141 x 94 mm. View from wharf of departing steamer.
285 x 236 mm. A group photograph of the two rugby teams. Identified on the reverse are: CURTIS (A.D.O. Alor Gajah); D.E. LANDER; MURPHY (Asst. Headmaster, High School); J.G. BLACK; Bill SYKES; Badger; Edinburgh; S.E. KING (Cadet); Cecil SMITH; VENABLES; REFERN; Charles SALTER; B.E. ABLITT; GORDON-BROWN; W. PENRICE; J. HUSBAND (Govt. Engineer, late of Yasin); P.A.B. MCKERRON (now D.O., Jusin); STEWART.
269 x 188 mm. Showing a Malay gamelong orchestra with their instruments.
274 x 214 mm. Showing two European men and a child standing in front of a wooden thatched house raised on stilts in a setting of coconut palms. Exact location unidentified.
80 x 105 mm. Showing a thatched Malay house, raised on stilts and set among palms, with figures in the foreground splitting coconuts
142 x 100 mm.
A portfolio containing photogravure reproductions on 57 sheets, plus title leaf and map. The series contains views showing general scenery, towns, agriculture and industry in British Malaya, and breaks down into geographical locations: Singapore 1-35; Penang 36-50; F.M.S 51-137; Sumatra 138. The captions printed under the photographs have been copied including some eccentric spelling.
108 x 139 mm. Showing a Malay yacht under full sail off Singapore.
198 x 244 mm. A full length seated studio portrait of a smiling Malay boy wearing the traditional baju (collarless tunic), kain (sarong) and songkok (black velvet hat).
274 x 207 mm. A view on the Rochore River north of the town, with boats in the foreground and a settlement of houses raised on stilts above the water on the farther bank.
Postcards showing views in Malaya.
Malaya in monochrome. Published for the Malayan Governments by Houghton-Butcher (Eastern) Limited, Camera House, Singapore, 1924, 1924
Coloured oilette postcards of Malaya by Raphael Tuck and Sons Ltd. marked 'Series II', but not separately numbered.
203 x 150 mm. A view looking down onto the Singapore cricket pitch with the game in progress. With the harbour in the background.