Ujung Pandang (inhabited place)
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
A view looking along a tree-lined street in Ujung Pandang.
166 x 110 mm. View from the Hooge Pad (High Path) looking towards the entrance of Government House. This view looks past the rusticated stone sentry posts towards the central block of the house, with two wings with colonnades flanking this building to the left and right.
167 x 110 mm. View looking along the Hooge Pad (High Path), the avenue lined with tamarisk trees which is the main road in the town.
Macassar [i.e. Ujung Pandang] Harbour, with private piers and British S.S. Ban Poh Guan in front, 1900
167 x 110 mm. View looking along the water-front of Macassar Harbour, with the steamer Ban Poh Guan moored at the pier in the foreground and sailing ships beyond. As the capital of the Celebes and a free port, Macassar was the busiest trading port in the archipelago.