East Malaysia (division (national))
Found in 261 Collections and/or Records:
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [Showing seven runners with round thatched huts and jungle in the background].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). [The start of the race with audience behind and a large building in the background].
Landscape format. [Showing footprints with the sea beyond].
Half-plate (landscape format). On the rubber estates. [Showing two European men dwarfed at the foot of the tree].
Half-plate (landscape format). Mr and Mrs Gueritz in front of the house. [A cannon in the right foreground and Government beyond the stream on a rise with hills in the distance].
View looking across a grass compound towards the government offices, a row of single storied whitewashed buildings with verandahs and tiled roofs.
Quarter-plate. [Showing a row of boys photographed from one side, with palm trees and thatched houses in the background].
Landscape format. From Sarwak, taken at Sapong - (too dark for good photograph).
Landscape format. From Sarwak, taken at Sapong.
Landscape format. From Sarawak, taken at Sapong.
Quarter-plate. In the distance are some Yomogang women from the Pagallan River with green leaves and bright scarlet hybiscus flowers in their hair. [Showing group in European dress and girl wearing tartan skirt].
Quarter-plate. (Note brass coiled round arm and waist). [Showing woman with brass coiled round arm and waist carrying funnel-shaped container on her back standing with three other people].
Landscape format. Kampong means village. [Group of nine, some blurred].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). All Ulu Padas Peluans.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). To which natives from further up country came. Notice the spear-topped blowpipes or sumpitans.
205 x 155 mm. Showing Gurkhas on patrol in an assault craft.
207 x 154 mm. Showing a Gurkha signaller seated in front of radio equipment.
206 x 152 mm. Showing a group of Gurkhas waiting beside a jungle airstrip, with helicopters refuelling at the right.
156 x 205 mm. Showing a group of Gurkhas swimming across a river with their equipment.
157 x 204 mm. Showing Gurkhas crossing a rough bamboo bridge at the edge of a jungle clearing.
Showing open-sided huts beside a river in the jungle.
Hakka women (Chinese gardeners) selling fruit and vegetables to people on the train at Papar, 1909-01
The origin of this collection is not known, but it appears to have been assembled for a travelling exhibition, and each print is marked Copy neg. Photoscale May 1965. Sources are given where known. Prints are 215 x 160 mm.
155 x 204 mm. Showing a helicopter about to touch down on a jungle landing pad, with a Gurkha soldier on guard in the foreground.