West Malaysia (division (national))
Found in 1012 Collections and/or Records:
Glass negatives of Fraser's Hill in Pahang. Corner visited there on holiday with his sister in July 1937. However, these photographs date back to an earlier visit in 1930.
550 x 200 mm. Half-length portrait.
110 x 80 mm. Chancellor is seated in a one-horse carriage in front of a house, and a police constable stands in the background.
220 x 175 mm. Group of fourteen men, mostly in uniform, outside the Kuala Kubu Club after a parade to celebrate the end of the war. It is accompanied by a manuscript account of the episode by Mrs Le Fevre (whose husband is in the group) and letters from A.R. Mynott and H.T. Stiven (also present) completing the identifications of the group, which appears in a typed list on the back of the photograph.
141 x 81 mm. Showing two European officials seated in a canoe in the flooded road way outside their office. The figure on the right appears to be Major A. T. McDermott of the Kelantan Public Works Department.
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.
154 x 101 mm. A view taken during an unidentified occasion at the Sultan of Trengganus palace, looking down onto the lawn in front of the building where a contingent of Malay soldiers and a military band is on parade. Groups of officials and other spectators are gathered at the edge of the lawn and in front of the palace itself.
99 x 75 mm. A view taken at the same occasion as the preceding print, but only showing a corner of the palace, with the military band in the foreground. The officials and servatns holding umbrellas near the entrance to the Astana are turned away from the camera, presumably waiting for the Sultan to emerge.
55 x 97 mm. Showing the palm-fringed beach at Chenering Head.
74 x 103 mm. Showing waves lashing the rock foundations at Chenering Head.
97 x 73 mm. Showing waves striking the rocks on the beach at Chenering Head.
76 x 128 mm. A view from the top of the cliffs at Chenering Head, looking down onto the turbulent sea.
At Chenering Head during N.E. Monsoon, about 3 miles south of Kuala Trengganu [i.e. Terengganu], 1927 - 1929
75 x 130 mm. Showing the palm-fringed beach at Chenering Head.
59 x 104 mm. A view looking out from a cave, along the rocky seashore.
View looking along a path towards a European figure dressed in a sarong.
80 x 129 mm. Showing H. P. Bryson posing for his photograph with a Malay policeman standing at attention in the back ground.
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.
279 x 229 mm (mounted on card). Uncaptioned and without identification. A group portrait. The central figure is Sir Michael Henry WHITLEY (1872-1959), Attorney General of the Straits Settlements from 1925-1929 and the group, which only includes one other European, probably shows members of his staff.
80 x 156 mm. Showing two mail lorries halted on a jungle road (probably the Kuala Kubu road).