Jawa Barat (province)
Found in 5 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.
Photographs and film negatives of detailed images of leaves.
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.
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.