Found in 110 Collections and/or Records:
Also described as: 'Aden, Hong Kong, ?1909'.
279 x 229 mm (mounted on card). Uncaptioned and without identification. A group portrait. The central figure is Sir Michael Henry WHITLEY (1872-1959), Attorney General of the Straits Settlements from 1925-1929 and the group, which only includes one other European, probably shows members of his staff.
206 x 157 mm. A view from the garden showing a substantial two-storied residence with verandahs and thatched roof. Exact location is unidentified, but this and the following print are good examples of European domestic dwellings in the tropics. The house was possibly Cameron's own residence. Photograph probably taken by M.A. Cameron.
Issued to Kate Marjorie Hutchinson, teacher, 1918, with endorsements from the Canadian Department of External Affairs, the Japanese and Chinese consulates in Vancouver and the Penang registrar, 1918-1919. The passport has the seal of the Barbados colony.
152 x 107 mm. A general view of the beach at Batu Feringhi.
122 x 178 mm.
First arrival Penang Hill.
A diary and two official reports.
280 x 208 mm. Showing a Chinese cemetery, presumably in Penang, with an ornamental lake in the left foreground, graves to the right and an open-walled pavilion beyond.
Showing junks under sail in the harbour at Penang.
282 x 196 mm. Showing the temple, perched on a hillside among palm trees at Ayer Itam in the Lundu District of Penang.
104 x 197 mm.
26 letters concerning economic development and the management of his estates exchanged between Brown and various correspondents. The collection includes eight letters from Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles. The file also includes a typescript copy of the will of Francis Light.
280 x 208 mm. Showing western façade of the Court House, a two storey building with a prominent portico containing an entrance stairway. A group of mixed races stands at the base of the Tuscan orders at the front of the building. The court buildings were situated in an area of land bounded by Light Street, Farquhar Street and Pitt Street.
1. 'The Preventive Service' (18 sheets). A guide describing the responsibilities, duties and administration of the Customs Service for newly appointed officers by C.C. Gutteridge.
2. 'The Preventive Service: North Region' (19 sheets). Report of the activities of the service in the states of Perlis, Kedah, Perak and Pinang from Oct. 1955 to Aug. 1957 by C.C. Gutteridge.
A view of the entrance to the old Dutch fort in Penang, with the moat in the foreground.
279 x 207 mm. A view looking west along Farquhar Street towards the entrance to the Hotel d'Europe, with the entrance to Clarendon Lodge at the left.
114 x 157 mm. Showing the renovated church, floodlit for the re-opening celebrations.
A view from the sea looking towards the harbour channel. F.M.S. is an abbreviation for Federated Malay States.
206 x 157 mm. A view from the driveway of the house seen in the preceding print, with a string of ponies held by Indian servants lined up on the lawn. Photograph probably by M.A. Cameron.
137 x 83 mm. View looking across thick forest on Penang Hill towards the bungalow.