Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of coloured and captioned slides.
160 x 215 mm. Head and shoulders portrait in European clothes of Omar Ali Saifuddin, Sultan of Brunei from 1950 until his abdication in favour of his son in 1967.
Landscape format. [Showing thatched building on jetty in bay with trees and palms coming down to waters edge].
241 x 203 mm. Sir Alec Douglas-Home, the Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary, is pictured with the ruler of Brunei, North Borneo, Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’ izzudin Waddaulah (left), and the Sultan’s father, the Seri Bagawan, Sir Muda Omar Ali Saifuddin, at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Whitehall.
192 x 200 mm. General view looking across the artificial lake towards the modern mosque.
147 x 103 mm. A view looking across the Brunei River towards the complex of thatched buildings on piles at the water’s edge.
272 x 206 mm. Showing a number of thatched houses raised on piles and connected by walkways. Photographer unknown, probably G.R. Lambert and Co.
271 x 203 mm. View from a hillside looking down onto the town of Brunei which consists of thatched houses built on piles on the mudbanks of the Brunei River. Photographer unknown, probably G.R. Lambert and Co.
Half-plate (landscape format). A village of brass workers. [Houses on stilts above the water with palm trees on the banks].