East Malaysia (division (national))
Found in 261 Collections and/or Records:
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing large bungalow surrounded by trees, with a river in the foreground].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [A crowd of traders].
Bachelors quarters in Dyak village - the heads are kept here; Land Dyaks, Tabakong, Ulu Sadong, 1904 - 1910
Showing a wood and thatched hut raised on piles, with a group of Dyak youths gathered at an opening in the roof.
Landscape format. Just outside Sandakan. [Showing wooded hill at end of island across water].
Landscape format. Reddish sandstone - dark almost purple in places: The face of the rock rises almost sheer from the sea.
Half-plate (landscape format]. Close to Jesselton. [Carved wooden posts among shrubs].
158 x 109 mm. A view from the sea looking towards a sandy beach with a jungle covered mountain in the background. Exact location unidentified.
158 x 108 mm. View looking along the beach towards a kampong situated among palm trees on the waters edge.
Jesselton Sports, 1 Jan 1909
Half-plate (landscape format). [Showing lion-like figure from centre of previous plate].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing European crossing the high wooden bridge to the village among the palms. Copy of print sent to Dr Davies, Sandakan, Br. N.B. on 29.iv.09, so maybe of him].
Landscape format. [Four bullocks pulling roller].
Landscape format. [Canoe with six paddling and one man standing looking towards the land].
205 x 153 mm. Showing the mission buildings and wooden church, with jungle in the background.
153 x 102 mm. Head and shoulders portrait of a masked Chinese actor.
146 x 105 mm. General view of the front of the temple.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Drying shed in the background. [Showing men at work with small bonfires].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Drying shed in the background.
Half-plate. Seen in previous picture.
Quarter-plate. With prickly stems bound round the trunk to stop rats and squirrels.
A view of either many crabs in groups, or the markings left by crabs in the sand.