Kuala Lumpur (federal territory)
Found in 110 Collections and/or Records:
202 x 153 mm. 'Before enrolment and not in uniform. Those at the back with the European Guiders are the Malay Teachers in the School'.
Showing part of the façade of a Chinese temple in Kuala Lumpur.
View looking along the palm-lined road.
Showing thatched huts among palms at the side of a road near Kuala Lumpur.
Showing a Malay group posed in front of a small thatched hut at the roadside.
View looking along a plant-lined path towards an open-sided pavilion, possibly situated in the gardens beneath Carcosa.
151 x 113 mm. Showing three Malays and a Chinese woman posing for the photographer in the street, probably in Kuala Lumpur.
106 x 153 mm. Showing ministers gathered in the conference room being addressed by the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Tuanku Abdul Rahman Putra. Beside him is seated Tun Abdul Razak who succeeded him as Premier the following year.
206 x 152 mm. Showing delegates from Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand signing a document. Tun Abdul Razak is seated at the centre of the group.
Side view entrance on right.
101 x 74 mm. A general view looking across the gardens towards Carcosa
Chief Justice of the Malaysian High Court awaiting the arrival of Lord President during inauguration of Federal Court, Kuala Lumpur, October 1, 1963, 1963-10-01
203 x 153 mm. Showing Mr Justice Wee Chong JIN (Chief Justice of Singapore), Mr (later Sir) Justice Campbell WYLIE (Chief Justice of Borneo), and Mr Justice Syed Sheh BARAKBAH (Chief Justice of Malaya) awaiting the arrival of Sir James Thompson.
258 x 177 mm. Watercolour sketch of a female with a small lake in the foreground. Captioned on the reverse in Swettenham's hand and possibly painted by him.
Copy of a photograph album compiled during a visit by Dorothy de Lucy’s parents to the Amherst Rubber Estate near Kuala Lumpur between Dec. 1951 and Jan. 1952. It portrays working and living condition on the estate during the Malayan Emergency, including security measures. The album is captioned and is accompanied by a letter describing the visit.
292 x 248 mm (mounted on card). A group photograph showing the members of two cricket teams on the steps of the Selangor Club. No identifications have been made. The photograph was evidently taken on the same occasion as the following two prints.
291 x 242 mm (mounted on card). Showing the players of one of the teams seen in the preceding print seated on the steps of the Selangor Club.
291 x 242 mm (mounted on card). Showing the teams seen in BAM 4/34, five ladies, and a Malay band grouped in front of the Selangor Club.
Dato' S.M. Yong delivering address at inuguration of Federal Court, Kuala Lumpur, October 1 1963, 1963-10-01
203 x 155 mm. Showing S.M. Yong, Chairman of the Malaysian Bar Council, making a speech at the inauguration. To his right is seated Cecil Majella Sheridan, Attorney General of Malaysia.
203 x 155 mm. Similar to preceding print but showing Tuanku Abdul Rahman Putra receiving the Constitutional Instruments from the Duke of Gloucester.
Dual carriage way in Petaling Jaya, the main road between Kuala Lumpur to Port Swettenham, 1952 - 1962
Print and negative.
206 x 145 mm. Showing the National Museum building with murals on the exterior depicting Malaysia at work and at play. A note on the reverse reads:
'Two murals of Italian Glass Mosiac depicting Malaysia at work and play on each wing of the National Museum form a striking vista of old Malay architecture at the entrance of Kuala Lumpur's photogenic Lake Gardens'.
Etchings of street and country scenes, mainly in Kuala Lumpur.
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