|RCS/RCMS 103/4 contains:|
|<-- See earlier|
||'The early days of the Ipoh Swimming Club'
||'East coast travel thirty years ago'
||'Some early recollections of Kuala Lumpur Flying Club'
||Singapore before 1914
||'An Unforgettable Hari Raja'
||'Odd memories - wearing two hats'
||'Notes and recollections'
||'The crafty crocodile'
||'For entertainment only'
||'Shakespeare and Malaya'
|See later -->||
Archives of the British Association of Malaysia and Singapore
||'Some features of Malay life in East Pahang'
(former reference: BAM IV/24)
|Extent and Medium
||1 file; paper; typewritten
|Content and context|
Dato Sir Mahmud bin Mat served in the Malayan Civil Service, became Mentri Besar of Pahang in 1948 upon the creation of the Federation of Malaya, and was later first speaker of the Federal Legislative Assembly in 1953.
A description of the role of royalty in Malay life and of agriculture, living conditions, health, recreation and festivals at the beginning of the twentieth century (7 sheets).
Access and Use|
For conservation reasons, this file must be viewed on microfilm reel 6869.
Published in 'Malaysia', May 1964, 20-24.
|No further on-line information.|
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