Found in 43 Collections and/or Records:
Kali Mas (gold River) in Soerabaija, with the Roodebrug (Red Bridge), centre of European trade, 1880 - 1899
287 x 204 mm. View looking along the Kali Mas, with wharves crowded with small vessels and lighters. The Red Bridge, presumably hidden behind boats, is not visible in this print.
277 x 186 mm. View looking along the Kali Mas in Surabaya, here seen crowded with small trading vessels. The river is here embanked into a canal lined with commercial premises, with a railway running along the road to the left of the river.
170 x 118 mm. View looking along a canal lined with small steam vessels.
A letter from Sir Stamford Raffles in Batavia to Charles Grant, Chairman of the East India Company, 25 October 1815 (3 pages), defending Raffles' administrative record in Java, written before he had received news of the decision to return Java to the Dutch. There is an undated typescript copy of this letter (2 pages) and a photocopy of a second letter, written by Raffles in Singapore to David Brown, 12 November 1822 (3 pages).
241 x 189 mm. View showing a roadside thatched hut, with cloud-wreathed mountains in the distance.
242 x 190 mm. View looking along scrub covered hillside towards a vertical ridge of rock. With a small building (? containing a well) and a Javanese group in the foreground.
167 x 118 mm. General view from across a canal looking towards the Government Offices.
170 x 120 mm. General view of the Protestant Church on Heerenstraat, with a well in the foreground. The main body of the church is polygonal, capped by an unattractive dome. The main entrance from Heerenstraat is in the form of two towers fronted by a portico.
175 x 120 mm. Photograph of the Indonesian Premier, Dr. Wilope, proposing the toast of H.M. Queen Elizabeth II at a reception given by H.E. Sir Derwent William Kermode (1898-1960) British Ambassador in Djakarta on 5 June 1952. Photograph by Ipphas, Indonesia. With accompanying correspondence.
239 x 193 mm. View looking along the road which runs downhill between a deep cutting. Precise location unidentified (? possibly the further side of the Poetjak Pass).
167 x 119 mm. View showing a bend in the Semarang River, with open country beyond. The Bandjir Canal presumably runs beyond the further bank along the line of raised level ground.
167 x 118 mm. General view from across a canal looking towards the Government Offices, a three storey terrace roofed building with paired pilasters in the piers between the bay of windows.
277 x 186 mm. View looking along an unidentified street in Surabaya towards a temple at the further end.
275 x 201 mm. View looking along the river (here embanked to form a canal), with a tree-lined avenue running along the left-hand bank.
169 x 120 mm. View from the waterfront looking toward the harbour look-out building.
167 x 120 mm. View looking along the street, with the Protestant Church visible at the far end. With the Smarangsche Apotheek in the left foreground.
A narrative of Reilly's experience of the war in Singapore and her evacuation to Australia via Java (20 sheets). The file includes a letter from Reilly explaining the diary' s background.
60 x 105 mm. Showing a young orang-utang clinging to the post of a verandah. Bell saw the animal at the home of the Director of the Garden of Economic Planning on January 18 1926.