Found in 285 Collections and/or Records:
240 x 183 mm. View showing indentured labourers standing beside the wooden trolleys of the makeshift mine railway. See also Y3035B/7.
Jambusan Valley antimony workings, Upper Sarawak, Borneo, limestone mountain in background, 1868 - 1890
249 x 191 mm. View looking along the valley, with the thatched huts of the mine labour in the foreground and jungle beyond. The ‘limestone mountain’ has faded into invisibility.
An account of a court case over unpaid debts in Mukah in 1910 resolved by the two parties swearing oaths. The one who swore a false oath died soon after (3 sheets).
147 x 103 mm. Group portrait of seven men and youths, two armed with spears, one with a blowpipe.
147 x 104 mm. Showing three Kalabit women seated on a cane mat.
205 x 153 mm. As captioned.
147 x 104 mm. Showing two decorated bead baskets.
148 x 104 mm. Showing painted wall carvings in the gallery of a Long Ulai house in the Baram District.
147 x 104 mm. Showing animal designs carved at the ends of wooden planks.
103 x 129 mm. Showing the barricade of sharpened wooden spikes outside a Kayan longhouse.
103 x 127 mm. Showing the dancing woman with the head held in one hand, with three Kayan warriors watching.
104 x 149 mm. Portrait of three women sitting in long grass.
104 x 148 mm. Full length portrait of two Kayan men.
147 x 104 mm. Showing four Kayan men chiselling into the bark of a fallen tree.
147 x 103 mm. Group portrait of men, women and youths (a family group).
148 x 104 mm. Showing two Kayan youths grasping each other in a wrestling hold.
This section includes archives received at a later date from Hugh Bryson and some items acquired directly by the Royal Commonwealth Society.
104 x 144 mm. Head and shoulders full face portrait of a Kenyah youth, wearing a hat woven from palm leaves.
147 x 103 mm. View looking across the river towards the longhouses of the village.
147 x 103 mm. Showing a group of Kenyah warriors posed in aggressive attitudes with shields and spears.
Glass plate slides to illustrate a talk given by Cunynghame to the Royal Scottish Geographical Society. A transcript of the lecture, comprising a title page and 58 pages of text, is stored at RCMS 63/22.
147 x 104 mm. Posed tableau showing a Dyak skirmish in progress.
104 x 147 mm. Full length portrait of three women, the outside figures standing, the central one sitting.
104 x 147 mm. Showing two Kenyah women husking rice.