A port broadside view of a small fisher type junk anchored at Penang by David Watkin Waters

A port broadside view of a small fisher type junk anchored at Penang

David Watkin Waters

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A port broadside view of a small fisher type junk anchored at Penang

A port broadside view of a small two masted fisher type junk anchored at Penang. She has occuli on the bow, her lug sails are stowed, she has an accommodation shelter aft and a sampan is alongside. The photographer was at Penang from 28 February to 7 March 1938. Negatives numbers P34038 to P34040 inclusive are of the same vessel. Waters Collection: HNC0410

Object number: P34039
Date: 1938
Artist: David Watkin Waters
Dimensions: 436 mm x 428 mm

  • Image reference: P34039

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