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Personalities · Politics and Government · EventsThis image shows the back of the photograph "Tunku Abdul Rahman, Wu Lien-teh and guests, photograph". It bears a note in typewritten text "Tunku Abdul Rahman on a visit to Ipoh, being entertained at a political meeting with Dr. Wu Lien-teh in the chair, and Dato Sir Chenglock Tan on...
Personalities · Politics and Government · EventsThis photograph shows Tunku Abdul Rahman (wearing a songkok), Dr. Wu Lien-teh and guests seated at long tables, partaking a meal. Dr. Wu (in bow tie) is seated in the centre, with the Tunku on Dr. Wu's left and Tun Dato' Sir Cheng Lock Tan on Dr. Wu's right. The...
Heritage and Culture · PersonalitiesAll but Wu had queues on. All now dead. From left to right : Yap Swee Lee, Goh Teik Chee, Choo Cheng Khay, Ho Pak Leng, Leong Lok Heng, …. , Wu Lien-teh. This is a group photograph of the seven members of the 1905-06 Committee of the Anti-Opium Association...
PersonalitiesThis image shows the back of the photograph of "Wu Lien-teh outside the dining hall at Emmanuel College, Cambridge University". It has the text "Outside the College Dining Hall, Emmanuel, Cambridge, AP. 1956" written in blue ink on it. The photographic paper has the logo "Agfa Brovira" printed on it....
Personalities · ArtsThis image shows the back of the photograph of "Wu Lien-teh and wife". It has the text "Photo 1950", "7a" and "Not to be used" written on it in blue ink. The back also has a divided-back postcard-design with lines printed on it and the text "Leonar" printed at the...
PersonalitiesThis 1955 photograph shows Dr Wu Lien-teh, attired in full academic dress at Emmanuel College, Cambridge University. Dr Wu poses for a photograph on a path outside the college's dining hall, wearing a square academic cap and gown. Date of creation estimated. Title devised by Library staff.
Personalities · ArtsThis 1950 photograph shows the half-length portrait of Dr Wu Lien-teh (on the right) and his second wife, Marie Lee Suk Cheng (on the left). Dr Wu is dressed in Western-style attire. Mrs Wu wears her hair parted in the centre, and is dressed in a cheongsam with floral motifs....