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  • Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This postcard features a coloured picture of a part of Singapore. It shows colonial-style multi-storey buildings with green trees. The back of the postcard is bears a postmark dated 1919. It is mailed to Holland. Date of creation estimated.
  • Stamford Road, Singapore

    Streets and Places · Transportation
    This is the front of a black-and-white postcard with a photograph of the four-storey Namazie Mansions at the junction of North Bridge Road (left) and Stamford Road (right). This was later renamed as Capitol Building. Motor cars can be seen on Stamford Road. Date of creation estimated.
  • Straits Settlements post card : a city view

    Streets and Places · Sports and Recreation
    This is a black and white postcard with a photograph of a scenery of Singapore city. It shows an aerial view of Singapore with shophouses, other low-rise buildings, as well as the spire of St. Andrew's Cathedral. On the right is a field with outlines of what looks like badminton...
  • Bras Basah Road & North Bridge Road, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This coloured picture postcard shows a view of Bras Basah and North Bridge Roads. There is a sheltered walkway on the right. A two-storey colonial building is behind the walkway. This postcard has a divided back format.
  • Connaught Drive, Singapore

    Sports and Recreation · Streets and Places
    This shows the front of a black-and-white postcard with a photograph Connaught Drive and its surroundings. Beside the sea is Esplanade Park. Esplanade (present-day Padang) is the rectangular piece of land just behind the road. Colonial-style buildings are seen on the left, behind Connaught Drive.
  • Hill Street, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This shows the front and back of a coloured picture postcard with a photograph of a scene at Hill Street. A rickshaw is seen on the road. The two-storey building on the right side is the Masonic Hall. The postcard has a divided back and was mailed to England.
  • Hill Street, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This shows the front and back of a coloured picture postcard with a photograph of a scene at Hill Street. A rickshaw is seen on the road. The two-storey building on the right side is the Masonic Hall. The postcard has a divided back.