Jakarta (inhabited place)
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
241 x 189 mm. View looking along a canal at Batavia, with houses and gardens on the right and a road on the left.
242 x 195 mm. View looking along the tree-shaded Rijswijk in Waltevreden, with the canal at the right and an unidentified white building on the left. Weltevreden was the European section of Batavia, situated in the southern part of the city. Rijswijk runs north to south to the north-west of the Koningsplein.
240 x 192 mm. View looking along a tree shaded canal in Batavia, with a barge loaded with firewood in the foreground and a group of houses visible beyond the trees.
242 x 195 mm. View looking along a canal in Batavia, with houses lining the banks and barges and other vessels moored on the left.
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.
106 x 146 mm.
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.
240 x 191 mm. View from the roadway looking towards a large tree behind which stands an unidentified European bungalow and a circular, open-sided summer house.
213 x 166 mm. View showing part of the buildings seen in the preceding print, with the harbour beyond at right.
Holy Cannon at Batavia. Note the Incense Pot & Paper Umbrellas, offerings of 'hopeful' native women., 1919 - 1920
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 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.
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.
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.