Alor Setar (inhabited place)
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
136 x 85 mm. A postcard view (original print) showing a group of Malays standing beside a dead crocodile.
77 x 58 mm. Showing the large single storied state chamber or hall of audience Alor Star.
A very brief description of the opening of the first bank and a note on the Kedah Club, Alor Setar (2 sheets).
98 x 72 mm. A view from the front lawn showing the substantial verandahed façade of the two storey building.
98 x 72 mm.
97 x 71 mm. Similar to preceding two prints but showing more of the house.
153 x 207 mm. As captioned.
84 x 53 mm. A view looking across the garden towards Brysons spacious two storey house in Alor Star. He was at this period acting Assistant Adviser, Kedah. Photograph probably by H.P. Bryson.
106 x 62 mm. Showing a large Malay crowd carrying a complete house, shoulder high to a new location.
85 x 55 mm. A closer view of one of the aircraft seen in the preceding print.
86 x 55 mm. Showing two R.A.F. biplanes parked on the runway at Alor Star. Photograph probably by H.P. Bryson.
198 x 145 mm. A view looking along the landing stage towards the gangway along which Sir Laurence Nunns GUILLEMARD (1862-1951), Governor of the Straits Settlements 1919-1927, is disembarking from a river steamer. Alwyn Sidney HAYNES, Secretary to Guillemard, stands behind him at the top of the gangway. This visit, on January 12 1921, was Guillemard's first to Kedah.
Contains prints by various photographers. Some come from the collection of Sir Frank Swettenham, H.P. Bryson, and William Langham-Carter. The subjects are: 1-7, 75 Johore; 8-25 Kelantan; 26-40, 74 Kedah; 41-64 Trengganu [i.e. Terengganu]; 66-71, 94-95; Sumatra; 72-73 British North Borneo [i.e. Sabah], 76-93, 96 Miscellaneous; 65 Sarawak.
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