Found in 454 Collections and/or Records:
Copy of a report written by Thomas outlining pre-war social and economic conditions in Malaya; the organisation of wartime command and civil defence; the duties of civil government; local forces assisting in defence; medical services; finance and the production of tin and rubber; the supply, distribution and pricing of food; and the behaviour of the Malay, Indian and Chinese populations (32 sheets).
Film negatives of trees.
This file is largely composed of memoranda received or submitted by Onraet in his capacity as police advisor. Subjects include the post-war political climate in Malaya, the resumption of civilian administration, the Malayan Communist Party, citizenship, the Malayan Union, intelligence and security, the Malayan security service, supervision of the press, ethnic divisions and service conditions within the police (150 sheets).
279 x 229 mm. Showing guests gathered in the garden of Government House for the party held in honour of the visit of the French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau (1841-1929) en route to Java. A brief description of the visit can be found in (Guillemard, 1937, p. 143-145). The figures in this photograph have not been individually identified.
285 x 233 mm. A closer view of guests at the garden party: Clemenceau stands with his back to the camera, to right of centre. The governor of the Straits Settlements, Sir Laurence Nunns Guillemard stands at his left in the group.
284 x 232 mm.
287 x 240 mm.
Contains loose prints from the 1950s and 1960s, supplementing the main historical collection. The main subjects are 44-57, 63-70 Indigenous peoples; 93-109 ceremonies (including Merdeka, 1957, 96-98); 110-121 Gurkhas; 122-139 Sarawak; 140-179 Singapore (including official visits and formal occasions).
269 x 209 mm. A view looking along Telok Ayer Street, with the Islamic Nagore Durgha mosque at the right and Chinese temple, the Thian Hock Keng in the centre of the print. The Nagore Durgha (originally known as Shahul Hamid Durgha) was built by South Indian Muslims in 1828-1830. Another, unidentified Islamic mosque can be partially seen at the left of the print.
143 x 89 mm. Showing traffic on the newly widenend Mountbatten Road.
146 x 115 mm. As described in the title.
Though Singapore is a secular state, freedom of worship is enshrined in the constitution. The main religions are Christianity, Hinduism and Islam. Places of worship for these religions are found throughout the island.
This a biography of Corner written by his son John K. Corner.
(image missing). The first question mark is Corner's own.
277 x 228 mm. Showing an unidentified figure making a speech, with Clemenceau (back to camera) and Sir Laurence Guillemard seated at the left and crowds of spectators at the right. In the background a notice points out the path of Clemenceau Avenue which runs between Orchard and Havelock Roads in the west of the city.
277 x 228 mm.
A series of coloured cards of Nanyang University, founded as a college for Chinese-medium instruction and given University status in 1968. The University amalgamated with the University of Singapore in 1980 to create the National University of Singapore.
A series of photographs of Nanyang University, founded as a college for Chinese-medium instruction and given University status in 1968. The University amalgamated with the University of Singapore in 1980 to create the National University of Singapore.
292 x 212 mm. Showing schoolboys bearing banners marching along the streets of Singapore.
Skirts crimson, orange, green, and other bright colours, but not any ochre yellow or pure blue. Mostly Malays, but some Javanese. [In the playground, similar to 4168 with trees and buildings in the background].
143 x 102 mm. General view of Keppel Harbour.
160 x 207 mm. Showing two Singapore policewomen modelling the new uniforms.
A series of photographs showing various occupations in Singapore.