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  • Club Street shophouses : general view

    Arts · Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1967 photograph shows a row shophouses on Club Street. It has pilasters that separate the windows. Club Street is named after the Weekly Entertainment Club, founded by Lee Choon Guan in 1891. Club Street is located off Cross Street, in the vicinity of Chinatown. Title devised by Library staff.
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  • Keong Saik Road no. 37 - 43 : exterior [1]

    Streets and Places · Arts · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph depicting the exterior of shophouses no. 37 - 43 at Keong Saik Road. The three-storey shophouses feature windows with lattice-glass panes on the second floor, and windows with timber louvred shutters on the third floor. Keong Saik Road is located in the Kreta Ayer area...
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  • Keong Saik Road, from Teck Lim Road : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph depicting shophouses on Keong Saik Road, from Teck Lim Road. Keong Saik Road was named in 1926 after Tan Keong Saik. The road, located in the Chinatown area, was given conservation status on 7 July 1989. Title devised by Library staff.
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  • Keong Saik Road, from Neil Road, 1982 : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1982 photograph shows Keong Saik Road, from Neil Road, with a view of three-storey shophouses and roadside parking lots. Keong Saik Road was named in 1926 after Tan Keong Saik. The road, located in the Chinatown area, was given conservation status on 7 July 1989. Title devised by Library...
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  • Keong Saik Road, towards Neil Road, 1982 : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph depicting Keong Saik Road, at the corner of Teck Lim Road, towards Neil Road, with a view of shophouses and roadside parking lots. Keong Saik Road was named in 1926 after Tan Keong Saik. The road, located in the Chinatown area, was given conservation status...
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  • Keong Saik Road, towards New Bridge Road, 1982 : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph depicting three-storey shophouses along Keong Saik Road, from the corner of Jiak Chuan Road, towards New Bridge Road. Keong Saik Road was named in 1926 after Tan Keong Saik, a prominent merchant and an educationalist. The road, located in the Chinatown area, was given conservation...
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  • South Bridge Road, 1890s : general view

    Streets and Places · Transportation · Lambert, G. R. · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1890s photograph from G.R. Lambert & Co. shows a view of South Bridge Road. Though with an inscription "22.North Bridge Road" on the front of the photograph, the view actually depicts the main thoroughfare of Chinatown (on South Bridge Road), crowded with rickshaws in the late 19th century. The...
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  • Keong Saik Road, towards New Bridge Road, 1982 : general view [4]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph depicting three-storey shophouses along Keong Saik Road, from the corner of Jiak Chuan Road, towards New Bridge Road. Keong Saik Road was named in 1926 after Tan Keong Saik, a prominent merchant and an educationalist. The road, located in the Chinatown area, was given conservation...
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  • Keong Saik Road, towards Teck Lim Road, 1982 : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph depicting shophouses and roadside parking lots on Keong Saik Road, towards Teck Lim Road on the left. Keong Saik Road was named in 1926 after Tan Keong Saik, a prominent merchant and an educationalist. The road, located in the Chinatown area, was given conservation status...
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  • Street in Chinatown, 1950s : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Tyers, R. K. (Ray K.), 1919- · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1950s photograph of a street in Chinatown where there are two roads of shophouses, one along each side of the road. This is a rustic scene where many children are walking around barefooted and laundry being hung out to dry, showing the everyday life of the people...
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  • Keong Saik Road, from Neil Road, 1982 : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1982 photograph shows Keong Saik Road, from Neil Road, with a view of three-storey shophouses and roadside parking lots. Keong Saik Road was named in 1926 after Tan Keong Saik. The road, located in the Chinatown area, was given conservation status on 7 July 1989. Title devised by Library...
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  • Keong Saik Road, towards Jiak Chuan Road and Neil Road, 1982 : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph depicting Keong Saik Road, towards Jiak Chuan Road and Neil Road, with a view of shophouses and roadside parking lots. Keong Saik Road was named in 1926 after Tan Keong Saik. The road, located in the Chinatown area, was given conservation status on 7 July...
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  • Keong Saik Road, towards New Bridge Road, 1982 : general view [3]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph depicting three-storey shophouses along Keong Saik Road, from the corner of Jiak Chuan Road, towards New Bridge Road. Keong Saik Road was named in 1926 after Tan Keong Saik, a prominent merchant and an educationalist. The road, located in the Chinatown area, was given conservation...
    Reproduction Available
  • Keong Saik Road, towards Teck Lim Road, 1982 : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph depicting shophouses and roadside parking lots on Keong Saik Road, towards Teck Lim Road on the left. Keong Saik Road was named in 1926 after Tan Keong Saik, a prominent merchant and an educationalist. The road, located in the Chinatown area, was given conservation status...
    Reproduction Available
  • Child in Chinatown : general view

    Geography and Travels · Streets and Places · Heritage and Culture · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1992 photograph shows a small girl with adults walking in the Chinatown shophouse five-footway. Title devised by Library staff.
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  • Street in Chinatown. 293, 1900s : general view

    Streets and Places · G.R. Lambert & Co. · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1900s photograph from G.R. Lambert & Co. shows a street scene in Chinatown. Today, Chinatown is Singapore's largest Historic District and an important and unique ethnic quarter. Title devised by Library staff. Date of creation estimated
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  • Keong Saik Road no. 37 - 43 : exterior [2]

    Streets and Places · Arts · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph depicting the exterior of shophouses no. 37 - 43 at Keong Saik Road. The three-storey shophouses feature windows with lattice-glass panes on the second floor, and windows with timber louvred shutters on the third floor. Keong Saik Road is located in the Kreta Ayer area...
    Reproduction Available
  • Club Street, 1982 : general view

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1982 photograph shows Club Street with a three-storey building and a street sign depicting its name. Located in the Chinatown area, Club Street is named after the many Chinese clubs located there. Title devised by Library staff.
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  • Keong Saik Road, towards Neil Road, 1982 : general view [1]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph depicting Keong Saik Road, towards Neil Road, with a view of shophouses and roadside parking lots. Keong Saik Road was named in 1926 after Tan Keong Saik. The road, located in the Chinatown area, was given conservation status on 7 July 1989. Title devised by...
    Reproduction Available
  • Keong Saik Road no. 22 and 24 : exterior

    Streets and Places · Arts · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1982 photograph shows shophouses no. 22 and 24 at Keong Saik Road. The three-storey shophouses feature windows with timber louvred shutters on the upper floors. Located in the Chinatown area, Keong Saik Road was named after Tan Keong Saik. Title devised by Library staff.
    Reproduction Available
  • Keong Saik Road, towards New Bridge Road, 1982 : general view [2]

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1982 photograph depicting three-storey shophouses along Keong Saik Road, from the corner of Jiak Chuan Road, towards New Bridge Road. Keong Saik Road was named in 1926 after Tan Keong Saik, a prominent merchant and an educationalist. The road, located in the Chinatown area, was given conservation...
    Reproduction Available
  • Chinatown street scene in the 1900s : general view

    Streets and Places · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This photograph has the stamped numbers "10" on the back. It shows a street in Chinatown that is lined with rundown shophouses. Along the street, there are cars, pedestrians and hawkers manning food carts. Title devised by Library staff. Date of creation estimated.
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  • Club Street no. 40 and 42 : exterior [2]

    Streets and Places · Arts · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This is a 1992 photograph depicting houses 40 and 42 at Club Street. The houses feature a five-foot way, and windows with louvred shutters. Club Street was named after the Weekly Entertainment Club, the only Straits Chinese proprietary club, founded in 1891 in Chinatown. Title devised by Library staff.
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  • Club Street, towards Ann Siang Road : general view

    Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin Collection
    This 1982 photograph shows Club Street, towards Ann Siang Road. Shophouses can be seen by the side of the road. Located in the Chinatown area, Club Street is named after the many Chinese clubs located there. Title devised by Library staff.
    Reproduction Available