This photograph shows street stalls in front of a row of shophouses along Albert Street. A few stalls are already opened for business with the street hawkers at the back preparing food and a few men seen eating at the stalls. Title devised by Library staff.
Economy·Heritage and Culture·Streets and Places·Kemp, Jack
This photograph shows street stalls located at Albert Street selling cooked food and drinks. A street hawker is tending to his Chinese food stall while two men can be seen seated and eating on the right. Title devised by Library staff.
The photograph shows an aerial view of Rochor area. At the foreground is Albert Street. Further up are low-rise buildings and shophouses. Our Lady of Lourdes Church can be seen further back with its tall, white spire towering over the shophouses. Situated nearer to the sea is Sultan Mosque with...
The photograph shows a farmer with a straw hat and folded pants watering the vegetable crops from two large watering cans hanging from each side of a pole across her shoulders. Title devised by Library staff.
The photograph shows a view of the Capitol Theatre at night, with large signboards displaying movie screenings atop the theater and bright neon signs on other nearby buildings. Title devised by Library staff.
Streets and Places·Heritage and Culture·Kemp, Jack
The photograph shows a lion dance troupe on a lorry travelling along Thomson Road with two-storey houses on one side of the road and some spectators on the other side of the road. Title devised by Library staff.
The photograph shows a group of Muslim rickshaw riders ferrying children with colourful "bunga manggar" adorning their vehicles, waiting in line for the procession to begin. Title devised by Library staff.
The photograph shows Jalan Kayu with wooden tables and benches under small huts with zinc roofs outside a general merchant shop in the foreground and two-storey shops further along the road. Title devised by Library staff.
The photograph shows an aerial view of Rochor area. In the foreground is Prinsep Street Presbyterian Church with its long, narrow arched windows and Singapore Improvement Trust (SIT) flats with the stripe blinds amidst other low-rise buildings and the sea in the background. Title devised by Library staff.