Selamat Hari Merdeka ke-59!
Here's a nice one of happy faces, taken at the Main Convent (HIJ Convent) back in the late 1940s. We thank Marea Smith for sharing this lovely photograph with us. [...]
Courtesy of: Darren Teh We thank Darren Teh for the above picture. He also shared the following with us via email: I was staying in Greentown then and used to [...]
...even before those smaller Nokias too, THIS was what a hand phone looked like! Yes, it was heavier than a bar of chocolate. No, it didn't have a tiny camera [...]
The majestic view of the railway station has often left many of us in awe over the years and even more so today after the landscaping of the garden. Around the [...]
picture courtesy of: Ruth Iversen Rollitt How many of you remember Rowley Kindergarten? Was it a big school? Do you have pictures from those days? We'd love to hear more...
I don't know if any of you remember this, but back in 1955 we had a visit from a famous Olympian - Jesse Owen! picture courtesy of: Dato Pu [...]
Convent Girls, do you recall what your classroom looked like? Well, this was a typical classroom at the Convent of the Holy Infant Jesus (or Main Convent) back in the [...]
Picture courtesy of Tom Eadie Here's something to start your Monday engines, this is a picture of a sort of busy street taken in 1955. Take a wild guess where [...]
No, it's not another racket (or racquet, if you prefer). What do you think it is? STOP PRESS: We thank Ignatius Chiew for sending us these pictures - [...]
No, we're not kidding....these are actual wooden badminton rackets! Did any of you own one of them?
...about the Darkie evolution? How many of you were (and maybe still are?) faithful consumers of this Hawley & Hazel product?
picture from: Rosemary Palmer Remember the Home Guards? Here we have troop-in-training. The gentleman in white shorts is our donor's father - M L Bernacchi. I'm sure some of you [...]
picture from: Gogan Singh According to our donor, he and his friends were part of the few non-Chinese devotees who took part in the 9 Emperor Gods festival back in [...]
Here's something for the 'Milo babies' :)