|RCS/BAM 7 contains:|
|<-- See earlier|
||Sir Frank Swettenham [circa 1910]
||Sir Frank Swettenham [circa 1930]
||Sir Hugh Low, 1884
||Hugh Clifford and Martin Lister, 1886
||William Alexander Pickering, [circa 1902-1906]
||Sir Ernest Woodford Birch [circa 1920]
||Hubert Berkeley, circa 1922-1923
||Charles Alma Baker, 1920
||Theodore R. Hubback, 1927
||Unidentified portrait, 1920s
||Erroll D. Shearn [? 1940s]
|See later -->||
Photograph collection of the British Association of Malaysia and Singapore
||Mr Choo Kia Peng at Pontresina [circa 1928]
|Extent and Medium
||Good condition, apart from slight chemical staining.
|Content and context|
133 x 83 mm. Showing Mr Choo Kia Peng skating at Pontresina, near St Moritz. The only biographical material of Choo Kia Peng is a note pencilled on the reverse of the print: Was a friend of George Maxwell who used him to get certain things done on Federal Council, but was never very popular with fellow Chinese, because too much a play boy. Probably never pushed much for Independence.
The photograph was published without a story in British Malaya (1928), February, p. 253. Further details on Mr Choo Kia Peng in: Gullick, J. History of Kuala Lumpur (no further details available).
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