We've featured pictures and articles from various clubs and associations before. This time, we'd like to present (what we believe to be) a page from the Rotary Newsletter. The picture [...]
picture from: Ruth Iversen Rollitt This 1953 photo shows John and B M Iversen (the famed Danish architect). I'm guessing the house in the background was probably designed by Iversen [...]
This is one of the many colonial-style bungalows which once stood proud against Batu Gajah's landscape. Sadly, not many of them are still around today. This one, sent to us [...]
picture from: Ruth Iversen Rollitt What I found interesting about this one is the local boy's clothing - a pair of long pants, pulled up to his stomach ;) This [...]
With technology advancing everyday, I wonder how many of us can actually claim to have used a good old fashioned typewriter! This advertisement (sent to us by Nicholas Jennings) is [...]
We received this from Daniel Doutriaux (part of a series of photographs from an album). These are the girls from Batu Gajah Convent - excited as they explore the new [...]
advertisement courtesy of: Nicholas Jennings Philco Radios were around as early as 1928. However, the company almost went bust and was later bought over by Ford Motor Company (in the [...]
Nicholas Jennings (our donor) tells us that: the boy standing on the running board is his uncle Nigel (the third son of J A S Jennings). At the wheel is [...]
I don't know the actual name of this dish, but I do know that many enjoy eating it - especially for a late supper! Our photographer visited this stall in [...]
We received the following email from Kong Khen: "Recently, I found a class photograph of my dad taken in 1940. I've identified it as the remedial class of English lesson, [...]
from: all of us at ipohWorld!
...the Papan Mosque? Initially I thought this was part of a typical kampung house, but was sorely mistaken! It is in fact a mosque. This Mandailing-styled mosque was built in [...]
We thank Ruth Iversen Rollitt for this gem. We estimate the year was 1925 - yes, it was that long ago folks!