Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
A view looking along a wide street in Bandung with single-storey shops and houses on either side of the road. Bandung lies 75 miles south-east of Jakarta and was formerly the headquarters of the (then) Dutch East Indies Army.
273 x 212 mm. View from the junction of two unidentified streets in Batavia, with a small building in classical style with a niche containing a statue in the foreground.
241 x 195 mm. View looking along the river towards the thatched covered footbridge. With a group of Javanese posed at the water's edge in the foreground.
215 x 170 mm. View looking along a tree-lined avenue in Semarang in north Java, 160 miles west of Surabaya. A second pencilled caption identifies the location as (?) Rodjong Road.
106 x 146 mm.
277 x 210 mm. View looking along an unidentified tree-lined avenue in Surabaya with a single storied octagonal pavilion at the junction in the foreground.
277 x 218 mm. View looking along an unidentified street in Surabaya, with a bridge crossing the (?) Kali Mas River in the foreground. The picture is criss-crossed with a mass of overhead cables in the foreground.
240 x 198 mm. View looking across the crater, with steam issuing from its mouth. Papandajan is situated some 15 miles south of Garut.
208 x 168 mm. View looking along canal lined with sailing vessels towards the harbour, with customs buildings in the right foreground.
212 x 156 mm. View looking across the waterfront, with the Customs House at the right and the look-out buildings in the left background.
214 x 166 mm. View looking along a canal towards customs buildings, with shipping moored at the wharves.
213 x 166 mm. View showing part of the buildings seen in the preceding print, with the harbour beyond at right.
168 x 120 mm. View looking west-east along Heerenstraat, with commercial premises lining the right hand side of the street.
167 x 120 mm. View looking east-west along Heerenstraat, with the entrance to the Protestant Church in the right foreground.
195 x 243 mm. A view of a small but elaborately decorated Sumatran house, raised off the ground on piles and with a ladder up to the entrance set below the eaves.
A view showing two Javanese walking beside one of the many canals that criss-cross Jakarta.
A view showing ships at anchor in the Jakarta roadstead, with harbour wharves on either side.
A portrait of two Javanese women, one seated and one standing, posed against a cloth backdrop.
A view showing a side street in Bogor (formerly known as Buitenzorg) with single storey dwellings on either side of the street. With a merchant's stall outside a house on the right foreground. Situated 30 miles south of Jakarta, Bogor was primarily famous for its botanical gardens, laid out in 1817. The Governor-General of the (then) Dutch East Indies also had a palace in the town.
A view showing the street and part of the hotel premises.
A view along the street with the hotel on the right.
A view from the street looking towards the balconied frontage of this small hotel.
A view showing the roadway with the hotel premises on the right.