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    Scott Collection: Views in Keng Tung and Yunnan.
  1. Photo 92/3(13)
    On the first visit paid by any British official to the trans-Salween state of Kengtung, there was some danger of a mischance averted by Scott's firmness and political sense. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1890

  2. Photo 92/3(69)
    The building of the Durbar shed at Kengtung, 1890. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1890

    Scott Collection: Views in Keng Tung and the Wild Wa Country.
  3. Photo 92/4(5)
    Scott, with Pink and Darwin on the first momentous expedition to Kengtung in 1890. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1890

  4. Photo 92/4(12)
    People watching the photographer at Kengtung. It was certainly the first photographer they had ever seen, and probably the first European, for this was in 1890. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1890

  5. Photo 92/4(13)
    Durbar sports, Kengtung 1890. Wrestling. This was when Scott sat beside the uncouth Sawbwa and expected that there might be the signal for a massacre any minute. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1890

  6. Photo 92/4(38)
    A camp in Kengtung. The array of pack saddles in foreground and the serrated hills behind are the principal features. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    c. 1890

    Scott Collection: Views in Keng Tung and the Wild Wa Country.
  7. Photo 92/5(41)
    Camp outside Kengtung in 1891 [sic for 1890], the first time any British official had visited this important border state. The party were nearly all scuppered and were only saved by Scott's dignity and firmness. 
    Scott, Sir James George
    1890


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