|RCS/BAM 1 contains:|
|<-- See earlier|
||Our very first sight of Singapore. The dock where we disembark
||Jean Batten on her record flight to New Zealand just landed at Singapore
||Evan as a guest of honour
||[Evan as guest of honour]
||Boxing Day 1936. A Chinese private residence
||One of our ports of call, Boxing Day 1936
||Oxen and fishing village, Singapore
||[Oxen and fishing village, Singapore]
|See later -->||
Photograph collection of the British Association of Malaysia and Singapore
||Kemp, W Lowther, fl 1927-1928, president of the British Association of Malaya (?)
|Extent and Medium
|Content and context|
Possibly taken by W. [i.e.?] J. Lowther Kemp, President, BAM, 1927-1928.
142 x 195 mm. Showing a Malay barber cutting the hair of an Indian customer.
J. Lowther Kemp submitted a series of photographs similar to this the preceding 3 and the following 7 prints for publication in British Malaya in the 1920s, and these may also be his work.
Possibly related by provenance are: BAM 1/50-BAM 1/52 and BAM 1/54-BAM 1/60.
|Kemp, W Lowther (fl 1927-1928) President of the British Association of Malaya|
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