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  • Singapore, Malay village St. James

    Streets and Places
    This image shows the front and back of a tinted postcard sent from Singapore to Paris, France. The front features a Malay village, as viewed from St. James (a promontory). Seen here is a cluster of wooden stilt houses built along the coast. The undivided back is affixed with a...
  • Chinese village, Thompson Road

    Streets and Places
    This is a black and white postcard with a photograph of a Chinese village in Thompson Road. It shows a row of wooden houses with thatched roofs, standing under some tall trees. The words "Chinese village, Tompson Road" are printed at the bottom of the postcard. The postcard contains a...
  • Campong Kallang

    Streets and Places
    This shows the front and back of a black-and-white picture postcard with a photograph of Kampong Kallang (spelled as "Campong Kallang" on card). A few Malay men are standing on a bridge spanning across a river while two men are rowing a boat across the river on the left. Several...
  • Bukit Timah village, Singapore

    Streets and Places
    This black-and-white picture postcard shows a view of Bukit Timah Village with attap-roofed houses. The village was located at the foot of Bukit Timah Hill. This postcard has a divided back format.
  • Native houses, Malay Peninsula

    Streets and Places
    This postcard from the “Lim Shao Bin Collection” features a photograph that shows houses of natives in a Malayan village. The wooden houses are built on stilts, elevated from the ground. They are built along a small road. The words “マレー半島ニ於クル 土人ノ 住家” and "林學士盛賢藏氏實地踏察攝影" are printed at the bottom...
  • Tanjong Katong village, Singapore

    Streets and Places · Nature and Environment
    This postcard from the “Lim Shao Bin Collection” features a photograph that shows a scene in a village in Tanjong Katong, Singapore. It is a rural area, with a few wooden buildings. The buildings are built on grassy ground, and surrounded by trees. A clothes-line is tied between two trees....
  • Tanjong Katong village, Singapore

    Streets and Places · Nature and Environment
    This postcard from the “Lim Shao Bin Collection” features a photograph that shows a scene in Tanjong Katong Village, Singapore. It is a rural area, with a few wooden buildings. Behind the buildings there is a palm plantation. The words “Tanjong Katong Village Singapore.” are printed at the bottom of...