Taiping (inhabited place)
Found in 56 Collections and/or Records:
200 x 150 mm. Multi-racial group with Guiders identified on back.
The description of a fishing trip to Janing in Feb. 1899, which then formed the border between Perak and Siam [Thailand].
View looking across the stretch of water towards distant hills.
1/20th Riffles and Cecil Elles, Taiping Church.
At the box Taiping Hill on honeymoon.
204 x 147 mm. View looking along excavations, with labourers on the flimsy wooden bridges which criss-cross the workings.
152 x 111 mm. Showing the carved wooden screen made in 1912 by a convict in the Taiping Jail.
267 x 209 mm. (mounted on card). Showing a small wooden church with a steeply pitch roof. Exact location unidentified. Photograph probably by A. Kaulfuss.
243 x 185 mm. (mounted on card). A view showing the Court house and adjacent offices, a mainly two- storey building (with a further storey above the main entrance section) raised on brick piles with a verandah running the length of the first floor, and with a tiled roof. The court house was completed, after various delays, in 1881, and the photograph was likely taken soon after.
Coe’s account of witnessing Chinese fire-walkers north of Taiping in 1927.
276 x 202 mm. (mounted on card). A view looking along a street in Kamunting lined with the premises of Chinese shopkeepers, and with an elephant in the foreground.
Farwell Taiping , H. Fraser District officer Sheppard, N.R. Jarrett Sec to Resident.
79 x 57 mm. Showing a section of the ornamental lakes.
Imic Hazalton's bungalow Penang Island before boarding the Chitral.
Taiping Platoon Guard.
Football final Taiping Platoon the Winners.
Battalion Armistice Day 1931 Winners of Champion (Efficiency) Cup 1931. QMS Wam Mohamed.
Contains loose photographs by various photographers including G.R. Lambert and Co., A Kaulfuss and Leonard Wray. This material includes prints from Sir Frank Swettenham's collection, and is of particular historical importance. Some items from the Langham-Carter collection have been included.
271 x 212 mm (mounted on card). A general view of the Roman Catholic Church in Taiping, a building with an elaborate pilastered entrance façade with curved gables crowned by a pediment. Date of construction unknown. Photograph probably by Augustus E. Kaulfuss.
154 x 113 mm. View looking along a commercial street lined with Chinese shops, with an avenue of trees running along the centre of the road. Location unidentified, possibly Taiping.
271 x 211 mm. (mounted on card). A view looking along a street lined with wooden houses with atap thatching. Photograph stamped A. Kaulfuss, Penang.
Asst S R's House Swettenhams Rd.
An old State Council Meeting
H.R Jarrett Sec. to Resident Perak.