STILLS TAKEN BY LATE HISTORIAN DATING FROM 1965 TO 1995 COLLECTED IN BOOK

"A collection of 14,500 images charting the transformation of Singapore has been largely unseen by the general public for up to half a century. The slides, dating from 1965 to 1995 and taken by the late architectural historian Lee Kip Lin, capture memories such as the city centre's inter-connected five- foot-ways, which were designed to shade pedestrians from the tropical weather, as mandated by the 1822 colonial town plan." 

Featuring Chee Kien Lai - Singapore Straits Times

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