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Eng Au Hotel

VOP Code: KSN80
Category: Photographs & Paintings
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Title: Eng Au Hotel
Keywords: 362 Chulia St, Bungalow, Villa, former residence, former Muslim residence, 2012 underwent major changes,
Features: image taken: 1991-1993, Context: tucked behind shophouses and accessed through a side lane, Details: an unusual raised lantern as part of the pitched roof, Materials: traditional masonry on the ground floor, first floor timber posts and infill panels with timber louvres, typical turn of 1900s, Personalities: once owned by Sheik Dawood Maricar bin Mohamed Sadak Maricar, a trustee of the Nagore Shrine, George Town,
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The KSN Collection

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Eng Au Hotel

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Manuscript Reference Number: MS 40320

Acknowledgement:
We would like to thank the Archives and Special Collections, School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) Library, University of London, for providing access to the Light Letters Collection. We are particularly indebted to Susannah Rayner, who was head of Archives and Special Collections at SOAS Library and Erich Kesse, the Digital Library Project Officer at SOAS Library. Our gratitude goes to Dr. Mulaika Hijjas, Professor Ernst Ulrich Kratz and Dato’ Dr. Annabel Teh Gallop. Our appreciation is also extended to Zulqarnain Abu Bakar, Muhaimin Sulam, M Pisol Mat Isa, M Nuri al-Amin and Raja Ahmad Iskandar Raja Yaacob of the Department of Management and Humanities, Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS.

Accuracy:
Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the transliteration and summary for each letter. Any comment and feedback are welcomed.

For Further Information, Please Contact

Professor Dato’ Dr. Ahmad Murad Merican ([email protected]), Universiti Sains Malaysia.

Mr. Abdur-Rahman Mohamed Amin ([email protected]), Universiti Teknologi PETRONAS.