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Personalities · Arts · Streets and PlacesThis photograph shows Chew Cher Neo standing next to the Lim Bo Seng Memorial. The memorial was unveiled on 29 June 1954. Donated by Chew Cher Neo and displayed at the Heritage Roadshow 2008. HRS3_703. Date of creation estimated. Title devised by Library staff.
Sports and Recreation · Streets and PlacesThis is a photograph depicting a seafront promenade, Queen Elizabeth Walk (Esplanade Park). The Esplanade got its name in 1953 when Elizabeth II became the Queen of England. The paved promenade was a popular spot for families and courting couples who go there to catch the sea breeze and admire...
Personalities · Arts · Streets and PlacesThis is a photograph of a couple walking past the Lim Bo Seng memorial as some children take a closer look. The 3.5 m high pagoda was officially unveiled at the Esplanade on 29 June 1954 as a remembrance of the sacrifice the World War II martyr had given for...
Personalities · Arts · Streets and PlacesThis is a photograph depicting two boys posing at the Esplanade. In the background is the Lim Bo Seng Memorial. The monument was built in remembrance of the war hero of Singapore who led the anti-Japanese resistance movement during World War II until he was captured and tortured to death....
Streets and Places · Lee, Kip Lin · Lee Kip Lin CollectionThis 1992 photograph depicts the former Singapore Badminton Hall at Guillemard Road. The badminton hall was built in 1952 and designed by local architect, Ng Keng Siang. It was recognised by the National Heritage Board in 1999 as a historical site, for hosting the Thomas Cup tournaments, as well as...Reproduction Available