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  • Shop selling mooncakes, mid-1970s

    Economy
    1974-1976. 新南唐茶楼, located at Smith Street no. 8-10
  • Pagoda Street, mid-1970s [1]

    Streets and Places · Economy
    This is a photograph of a very crowded Pagoda Street in Chinatown taken from an overhead bridge. Street vendors with makeshift stalls line the street from end to end along the shophouses. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Pagoda Street, mid-1970s [2]

    Streets and Places · Economy
    1974-1976. Taken from overhead bridge
  • Street in Chinatown, mid-1970s

    Streets and Places · Economy
    1974-1976.
  • Shophouses along a street in Chinatown, mid-1970s

    Streets and Places · Economy
    1974-1976. Could be Amoy Street
  • Rickshaw in Chinatown, mid-1970s

    Streets and Places
    1974-1976.
  • Trengganu Street

    Streets and Places · Economy · Kemp, Jack
    The photograph shows three-storey shophouses flanking a busy Trengganu Street with street stalls along the front, a rickshaw puller, and many passers-by and customers. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Street in Chinatown

    Streets and Places · Economy · Kemp, Jack
    This photograph shows street stalls in front of a row of shophouses along a street in Chinatown. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Chinatown backalley

    Streets and Places · Kemp, Jack
    This photograph shows a back alley at Chinatown. A woman carrying a pail of water and two children near a flight of steps can be seen. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Hawker in Chinatown

    Streets and Places · Economy · Kemp, Jack
    This photograph shows a street hawker at Chinatown selling roast meat. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Chinatown

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of Chinatown. Visitors are seen walking between two rows of three-storey shophouses. Some of the occupants of the shophouses are TAS Theatre, a coffee shop and a Chinese herbal store. Tall blocks of flats can be seen in the background. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Chinatown

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows part of a block of three-storey shophouses in Chinatown. The windows are wooden and louvered. A banner with the word "Rent" can be seen on the parapet on the third level. Traditional Chinese red lanterns on long lengths of red ribbons are above the road. Title supplied...
  • Trengganu Street

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of a block of three-storey shophouses at Trengganu Street in Chinatown. Traditional Chinese red lanterns on long lengths of red ribbons are above the road. Two occupants of the shophouses are Moderne and a tailor shop. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Trengganu Street

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of part of Royal at Chinatown, a block of shophouses along Trengganu Street. The three-storey building is white with red wooden louvered windows. Two of the occupants are Yum Cha Restaurant and a Chinese vegetarian restaurant. Title supplied by Donor.
  • Chinatown

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of Chinatown. Rows of shophouses line both sides of a walkway. Royal at Chinatown, a block of three-storey red-and-white shophouses, is on the left. Traditional Chinese red lanterns on long lengths of red ribbons are above the walkway. Part of a tall block of commercial...
  • Chinatown

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of Chinatown. This is a close-up of part of a block of three-storey shophouses. The shophouses have wooden louvered windows painted in brown. Traditional Chinese red lanterns on long lengths of red ribbons are above the road. Part of a blocks of flats can be...
  • Chinatown

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows part of a block of three-storey shophouses with wooden louvered windows in Chinatown. Traditional Chinese red lanterns on long lengths of red ribbons are above the road. The occupant of the block is Da Dong Restaurant, a Chinese restaurant. Part of a tall block of flats can...
  • Chinatown

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of Chinatown. A row of three-storey shophouses with wooden louvered windows on the left. Traditional Chinese red lanterns on lengths of red ribbons are above the road. Some of the occupants of the shophouses are Chinatown Point Hotel, S'Ban Siew Bao and a Chinese restaurant....
  • Chinatown

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view of Chinatown. Rows of shophouses line both sides of a walkway. Traditional Chinese red lanterns on long lengths of red ribbons are above the walkway. Three of the occupants of the shophouses are Moderne, a Chinese pawnshop and a kitchenware shop. Tall blocks of commercial...
  • Chinatown, 2009 : night view [3]

    Streets and Places · Tan, Chun Wei · Little Red Dot Collection {18549142}
    This 2009 photograph shows a junction at Eu Tong Sen Street and Upper Cross Street. Both streets are located in Chinatown. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Chinatown, 2009 : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Tan, Chun Wei · Little Red Dot Collection {18549142}
    This 2009 photograph shows a road in Chinatown. An Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) gantry and People's Park Complex (in the background) can be seen in the photograph. The ERP system was implemented by the Land Transport Authority (LTA) in September 1998 to replace the Singapore Area Licensing Scheme (ALS) and...
  • Chinatown : panoramic view [2]

    Streets and Places · Tan, Chun Wei · Little Red Dot Collection {18549142}
    This is a 2009 photograph showing a panoramic view of Chinatown with rows of shophouses in the foreground, as seen from a Housing and Development Board (HDB) apartment block at Upper Cross Street. Chinatown is Singapore's largest historic district. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Chinatown, 2009 : night view [1]

    Streets and Places · Tan, Chun Wei · Little Red Dot Collection {18549142}
    This 2009 photograph shows a general view of Chinatown. The apartments and shopping mall are on the left side of Eu Tong Sen Street while the shophouses are located along New Bridge Road. Title devised by Library staff.