West Malaysia (division (national))
Found in 1012 Collections and/or Records:
208 x 152 mm. Showing a young Chinese girl seated amongst a pile of recently harvested pineapples.
280 x 208 mm. Showing a Chinese cemetery, presumably in Penang, with an ornamental lake in the left foreground, graves to the right and an open-walled pavilion beyond.
Showing a group of Chinese miners posed outside their huts.
Similar to BAM 12/10, but with two European figures seated in the foreground.
204 x 147 mm. View looking along excavations, with labourers on the flimsy wooden bridges which criss-cross the workings.
View looking down on a group of sampans in the Klang River at Port Swettenham, Selangor.
152 x 111 mm. Showing the carved wooden screen made in 1912 by a convict in the Taiping Jail.
282 x 196 mm. Showing the temple, perched on a hillside among palm trees at Ayer Itam in the Lundu District of Penang.
140 x 92 mm. Showing a wooden water wheel beside a river.
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.
95 x 72 mm. As captioned.
104 x 197 mm.
291 x 230 mm. Showing Kelantan Penggawas (headmen) seated round tables on the lawn in front of the Residency at Kota Bahru [i.e. Baharu]. A.S. Haynes is seated at the right of the centre table.
View looking across the river towards cotton trees on the farther bank.
280 x 208 mm. Showing western façade of the Court House, a two storey building with a prominent portico containing an entrance stairway. A group of mixed races stands at the base of the Tuscan orders at the front of the building. The court buildings were situated in an area of land bounded by Light Street, Farquhar Street and Pitt Street.
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.
79 x 129 mm. Showing L. I. Lewis, Senior Inspector of the Kampong Home Guard, crossing a tree trunk bridge. With other members of the patrol in the background.
209 x 256 mm. Showing two Malay women being driven home from market in a cycle-rickshaw.
139 x 80 mm. Showing a Chinese man cycling along a flooded street.
The caption continues 'about ten miles inland from K. Trengganu (i.e. Kuala Terengganu).'
140 x 81 mm. A view from the flooded roadway showing Europeans, Malays and Chinese standing on the verandah of the D. D. C. L. (? Deputy District Commissioner of Lands) Office. The plaque on the corner of the building reads Union Insurance Society of Canton.
Film negatives depicting detailed images of picked flora from evergreen coniferous trees or shrubs. There are plaques beside each specimen: 1566-1574: Malay Peninsula, State of Pahang; 1575-1577: Flora of Mount Kinabalu; 1578-1580: Malay Peninsula, State of Trengganu.