Found in 286 Collections and/or Records:
200 x 150 mm. Multi-racial group with Guiders identified on back.
203 x 157 mm. A view looking towards the girder bridge, with jungle in the background.
Monochrome postcards (original photographs) of Malaya - 'Published for the Malayan Governments and produced in Singapore by Houghton Butcher (Eastern) Ltd., 'Camera House' Robinson Road, Singapore'. They were produced for the Malay Pavilion of the British Empire Exhibition of 1924.
View looking along the road towards mountain ranges.
Narrative describing a robbery in the Tapah district (4 sheets).
Coe’s account of the near accidental shooting of a Chinese labourer by a bridle-path contractor (1 sheet).
An account of how Coe’s anticipated Christmas celebrations in Tapah were disrupted by a case of assault between two Tamil labourers and a flood the following day.
Above Tanjung Malim. L-R: Mrs Bagot, Sheppard, NJ, Halps the organiser just before the start upstream.
Above Tanjung Malim. L-R: Mrs Sheppard, Bagot shooting a rapid.
Account of the trapping of a tiger at Bidor (3 sheets).
157 x 104 mm. Showing an aboriginal family in a rough atap hut in the Perak jungle.
157 x 104 mm.
Notes and the draft of an article on the Malayan Civil Servant Sir John Pickersgill Rodger, who served as Resident of Pahang and Perak (2 sheets).
Coe relates meeting in Tapah a European adventurer seeking tea planting concessions and two Europeans who turned to gambling after the failure of their boxing show (4 sheets).
The description of a fishing trip to Janing in Feb. 1899, which then formed the border between Perak and Siam [Thailand].
Haggard's memoir, based upon diaries and letters, describes his experiences of post-war reconstruction and the resumption of civil government (13 pages).
An account of personal misadventures coinciding with the Muslim festival in Ipoh during the 1930s (2 copies, 6 sheets).
View looking across the stretch of water towards distant hills.
111 x 57 mm. A view looking across the garden towards the verandahed bungalow.
99 x 56 mm. A more distant view of the building seen in the preceding print, with a smaller bungalow (? servants quarters) at the right.
137 x 79 mm. Showing uncleared land at the site of the proposed dam for the Perak River Hydro-Electric scheme, the agreement for which was signed in December 1925. For details of the scheme, see Barlow (1926, p. 20-22).
137 x 79 mm. Showing uncleared jungle on the west bank, with two Malay youths standing in the foreground. See preceding print. Photograph probably by Sir Montague Barlow.
Bank No. 35 looking west, maximum height on centre line 63 feet [Gunong Pondok Pass, Perak, circa 1902], 1902
198 x 143 mm. A view looking along the partially constructed bank. The work here is at an earlier stage than in most of the preceding prints.
209 x 88 mm. View of unidentified buildings (?Government offices) in Batu Gaja in Perak.