The Lights of Singapore (1947)

The Lights of Singapore (1947)

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An engaging, easy-to-read account of life in Singapore in the early 1930s written by the grandson of the first Attorney General of Singapore, Sir Thomas Braddell. The writer, Roland Braddell, lived in Tanjong Katong and was very attached to his neighbourhood, and Singapore in general. With 39 illustrations, including numerous photographs. An overview of the history of Singapore, as well as life in the 1930s. Photographs of the Tanjong Pagar Railway Station, Raffles Place, Sultan Mosque and others prove, contrary to popular opinion, that some things in Singapore really haven’t changed all that much.


Condition: Minor cover wear and some foxing to endpapers; booksellers stamp on front free endpaper. Torn dustwrapper which is enclosed in a clear, removable, protective sleeve

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