Found in 168 Collections and/or Records:
Showing a wood and thatch house raised on piles.
View showing canoes moored at the bank of the Kuantan River at Kuantan, with riverside houses raised on piles at the left.
Distant view of lodge.
Back view of lodge.
A view down the valley.
Group of J.G. Harvey, Sir William Peel, Eric Pretty, Andrew Caldecott, Lady Peel, Mrs Caldecott.
150 x 203 mm. Three quarter length portrait of an aboriginal girl wearing necklaces and bracelets.
120 x 116 mm. Showing the headman with a wife standing on either side of him.
88 x 136 mm. Half length portrait of the man seen in the preceding print.
88 x 136 mm.
122 x 147 mm. Showing an Aboriginal family climbing the ladder to their raised house, with purchases (frying pan, mattress, kettle, mats) made in a nearby town.
112 x 158 mm.
183 x 141 mm. Showing a group of men returning home along a riverside road.
181 x 155 mm. Showing an aboriginal group unloading purchases, including a gramophone, mats, mattress and lino, from a boat.
158 x 177 mm. Showing the group from the preceding print, with their purchases piled on the river bank.
202 x 157 mm.
96 x 72 mm. Showing a family of Aboriginal forest dwellers in a clearing in the Cameron Highlands.
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).
A brief memoir describing anecdotes of Sir John Pickersgill Rodgers, Chief Magistrate, Selangor 1882; Acting British Resident, Selangor 1884-1888; British Resident, Pahang 1888-1896; British Resident, Selangor 1896-1901; British Resident, Perak 1901-1904; Governor Gold Coast 1904-1910 (2 sheets; 2 copies).
156 x 115 mm. glossy print.
Showing Malay porters resting in a makeshift open-sided hut.
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.
Showing sailing vessels moored at the bank of the river, with jungle on either side.
Showing sailing vessels moored at the bank of the river, presumably being loaded with timber.