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1.1 Album of Pakubuwono X, ‘The decorated bust of Her Majesty the Queen in the Pendopo Sasono Sewoko’, Surakarta (Central Java), 1923. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, FA/0772)page 2
2.1 M. B. van der Jagt, re-enactment of koninginnedag celebrations for Duke Adolf Friedrich von Mecklenburg, Olilit (Tanimbar Islands), 26 September 1923. (National Archives of the Netherlands, Collection Van der Jagt, 1897–1957, 2.21.205.26, inv. nr. 59)28
2.2 Unknown photographer, portrait of Queen Wilhelmina at Buitenzorg Palace (Java), behind (seated): Governor-General A. W. L. Tjarda van Starkenborgh Stachouwer, susuhunan Pakubuwono X and their daughters, c. 1938. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, shelf mark 408209)31
2.3 Unknown photographer, state portrait of Wilhelmina by Pieter de Josselink de Jong (1900) at Rijswijk Palace, Batavia (Java), 31 August, c. 1936–40. (Nationaal Museum van Wereldculturen, IWI Collection, TM-33002656)32
2.4 C. B. Nieuwenhuis, surrender of the Sultan of Aceh, Muhammad Daud Sjah II at Kutaradja (Aceh), 1903. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, shelf mark 27250)33
2.5 Unknown photographer, Governor-General Hubertus van Mook at the Malino Conference, Makassar, July 1946. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 1223, shelf mark 157697)34
2.6 Unknown photographer, Sultan Hamengku Buwono VIII and Governor Bijleveld raise a toast to Wilhelmina on her fortieth jubilee, Yogyakarta (Java), 1938. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 289, shelf mark 35233)37
2.7 Studio Charls & Co., Resident Willem de Vogel with a young Pakubuwono X, Semarang (Java), 1897. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, shelf mark 7828)38
2.8 Studio Herman Salzwedel, bust of Wilhelmina in an allegorical procession for the inauguration celebrations, Surabaya (Java), 31 August–6 September 1898. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, FA/0774–34)41
2.9 Onnes Kurkdjian, celebrations in the Arab quarter for the inauguration of Queen Wilhelmina, Surabaya (Java), 31 August–6 September 1898. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, FA/0786–09)42
2.10 Collection G. L. Tichelman, officials commemorate koninginnedag at Kota Baru (Dutch Borneo), 1924. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 189, shelf mark 83720)43
2.11 Collection G. L. Tichelman, officials pose with a portrait of Queen Wilhelmina on koninginnedag at Kota Baru (Dutch Borneo), 1925. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 189, shelf mark 83729)44
2.12 Collection G. L. Tichelman, officials pose with a portrait of Queen Wilhelmina on koninginnedag at Barabai (Dutch Borneo), 1926. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 189, shelf mark 83746)45
3.1 ‘Irene born, the Indies awakes’, Batavia (Java), 5 August 1939. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 1258, shelf mark 159492)54
3.2 ‘Noordwijk bridge. Welcome Irene!’, Batavia (Java), 5 August 1939. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 1258, shelf mark 159497)55
3.3 E. P. L. de Hoog, 1938. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 1042)59
3.4 E. P. L. de Hoog, electric illuminations at the ‘(festival ground) at night’, Babo (New Guinea), 6 September 1938. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 1042, shelf mark 140551)61
3.5 E. P. L. de Hoog, ‘Mast-walking over water’, Babo (New Guinea), 6 September 1938. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 1042, shelf mark 140563)62
3.6 E. P. L. de Hoog, ‘Flight service with aeroplanes in procession’, Babo (New Guinea), 6 September 1938. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 1042, shelf mark 140559)63
3.7 Herman Deutmann, Queen Wilhelmina and Crown Princess Juliana, 1912. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, FO/680639)68
3.8 Page from the book published in the East Indies to commemorate Juliana and Bernhard's wedding. (Leiden University Library, F. A. W. van der Lip, Nederlandsch-Indisch herinnerings-album aan de verloving en het huwelijk van H.K.H. Prinses Juliana Z.K.H. Prins Bernhard, 1937)70
3.9 The princely family in Ottawa (Canada), soon after the birth of Princess Margriet on 19 January 1943. (Nationaal Archief/ Collectie Spaarnestad/ Anefa SFA001003439)72
4.1 Collection Max Foltynski, Bandung Residency, 6 September 1923. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 245, shelf mark 13186)86
4.2 Collection Max Foltynski, Bandung Technical College, 6 September 1923. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 245, shelf mark 13187)86
4.3 Onnes Kurkdjian, Europeans awaiting the historical pageant at Grimm & Co., Surabaya (Java), 1898. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, Album FA/0786–03)92
4.4 Unknown photographer, ‘Gunung Api with the crowned W illuminated during the coronation festival and the marriage of HM the Queen’, in Aan Hare Majesteit Koningin Wilhelmina en Zijne Hoogheid Hertog Hendrik van Mecklenburg-Schwerin, ter gelegenheid van hoogst derzelver huwelijk op 7 Februari 1901; Namens Banda's ingezetenen eerbiedig aangeboden door hun afgevaardigde A.E. Brunier, Directeur van de Bandasche Perkeniers- en Handels Vereeniging te Banda Neira (Banda Neira, 1901).93
4.5 Unknown photographer, Chinese schoolchildren, Vereeniging Djawa Hak Boe Tjong Hwee, Madiun (Java), 1909. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, FA/0731–22)94
4.6 Unknown photographer, ‘Illumination of the Resident's house in Pekalongan’, Java, 1923. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, Album FA/0768–17)96
4.7 Unknown photographer, ‘Gate at Glodok by night’ and ‘The Resident's house by night’, Java, 1923. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Collection Jong Java, Album 914, shelf marks 45759 and 45760)100
4.8 Collection R. Bijleveld-Visser, governor's house illuminated for the fortieth jubilee of HM Queen Wilhelmina, Yogyakarta (Java), 1938. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 289, shelf mark 35230)102
4.9 Collection R. Bijleveld-Visser, the Yogyakarta kraton illuminated for the fortieth jubilee of HM Queen Wilhelmina, 1938. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 289, shelf mark 35231)103
4.10 G. L. Tichelman, photographs from his 1929 government logbook showing the electrical substation at Barabai, Dutch Borneo. (National Archives of The Netherlands, Collectie 133 G.L. Tichelman 1907–1940, 2.21.097.01, inv. nr. 20)106
4.11 G. L. Tichelman, the Juliana Theatre in Barabai, Dutch Borneo. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 189, shelf mark 83766)107
5.1 Album of Pakubuwono X, ‘H[is] P[rincely] H[ighness], the soesoehoenan, taken on 21 January 1932 after the parade on the occasion of His Princely Highness's fortieth regnal jubilee’. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, KHA FA/0695–02)119
5.2 Atelier J. H. Zindler Jr, ‘His Highness Kandjenggoesti Pangeran Adipati Hario Pakoe Alam VII, Head of the House of Pakoe Alam, from 1906, Commander in the Order of O[ranje-]N[assau], Knight in the Order of the D[utch] L[ion], Colonel in the General Staff, and consort’. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, KHA MU/5449–08)127
5.3 Atelier J. H. Zindler Jr, ‘Raden Mas Hario Soerio Soetikno, second son of H[is] H[ighness] Pakoe Alam VII and consort’. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, KHA MU/5449–12)128
5.4 Album of Pakubuwono X, ‘H[is] P[rincely] H[ighness] the soesoehoenan and consort Goesti Kandjeng Ratoe Hemas[,] the Governor of Surakarta, Mr J. J. Treur and wife, sitting on the throne at the Governor's House, on the occasion of the wedding celebration of HRH Princess Juliana, on Thursday evening of 7 January 1937’. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, FA/0777A-03)133
5.5 Album of Pakubuwono X, ‘Members of the Council of the Indies and distinguished guests to the right of the throne’. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, FA/0695–05)135
5.6 Cover of the album given as a wedding present by Pakualam VII to Crown Princess Juliana, 1937. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, KHA MU/5449–01)137
5.7 Album of Pakualam VII, illuminated dedication to Juliana and Bernhard, 1937. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, KHA MU/5449–01,2)138
5.8 Album of Hamengku Buwono VIII, ‘Fight between Raden Soemitra and a monster’. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, FA/0702B-48)142
6.1 E. P. L. de Hoog, ‘The flight service's dragon’, Babo (New Guinea), 1938. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 1042, shelf mark 140557)155
6.2 Unknown photographer, studio portrait of an ‘Alfuru’ from Ceram. (Nationaal Museum van Wereldculturen, TM-60027277)158
6.3 G. L. Tichelman, Kuda kepang on Queen's Day, Barabai (Dutch Borneo), 1926. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 189, shelf mark 83750)159
6.4 Unknown photographer, war dance, Lesser Sunda Islands, Queen's Day c. 1920. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 444, shelf mark 85839)162
6.5 Netherlands New Guinea Government, dancers from Tabati (New Guinea), 31 April 1955. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 974, shelf mark 109851)163
6.6 Unknown photographer, folk groups from Ijmuiden, the Langendijken and Goes parading on Queen's Day, Amsterdam (Netherlands), 1938. (Royal Library, The Hague, Oranje Album 1898–September–1938 veertig jaren koningin, 1938)167
6.7 Unknown photographer, the West and East Indies (bottom row) represented for Wilhelmina's fortieth jubilee at the Amsterdam Olympic Stadium, 1938. (Royal Library, The Hague, Oranje Album 1898–September–1938 veertig jaren koningin, 1938)168
6.8 Unknown photographer, ‘Volendammer interior’. (D. J. van der Ven, Neerlands Volksleven, 1920, image 57)170
6.9 Herman Deutmann, Princess Juliana in Axels costume among girls from Zaamslag, Zeeland, 1922. (Royal Collections, The Netherlands, FO/0000640)173
7.1 Netherlands New Guinea Government, torchlight procession, 30 April 1955, New Guinea. (Leiden University Library, KITLV Special Collections, Album 974)186
7.2 Joop van Bilsen (from left): Sultan Hamid, Indonesian Prime Minister Mohammed Hatta, Queen Juliana and Dutch Prime Minister Willem Drees during the transfer of sovereignty to Indonesia, Royal Palace on the Dam, Amsterdam, 27 December 1949. (Nationaal Archief/Spaarnestad/Anefo, SFA001004968)190
7.3 Collection J. J. Abbo, a Dutch soldier poses before a hub-cap shrine in the shape of a ‘W’ supporting a portrait of Wilhelmina. (Image Bank WW2, NIOD, Amsterdam, BC507)194
7.4 Collection J. C. Hunselaar, a motor parade, 1948. (Image Bank WW2, NIOD, Amsterdam, BC465)195
7.5 Cees Taillie, preparing to photograph a rowing race, Queen's Day, Makassar, 1948/9. (Nationaal Museum van Wereldculturen, TM-10028558)196
7.6 Collection G. M. Nafzger, ‘Parade for Princess Marijke, Palembang 18.2.47’. (Image Bank WW2, NIOD, Amsterdam, BC265, folder B)197
7.7 Collection G. M. Nafzger, ‘Action Jan. [19]47’, Palembang (Sumatra). (Image Bank WW2, NIOD, Amsterdam, BC265, folder B)198
7.8 Collection Piet Kossen, ‘Parade Yogyakarta 30 April [19]49’. (Image Bank WW2, NIOD, Amsterdam, BC594)199
7.9 Collection Piet Kossen, ‘Cleansing action’ on the way to Piyungan (Central Java), 26 April 1949. (Image Bank WW2, NIOD, Amsterdam, BC594)199
7.10 Collection J. C. Hunselaar, a Chinese youth association and Chung Hwa school marching in 1948, Pematang Siantar (Sumatra). (Image Bank WW2, NIOD, Amsterdam, BC465)200
7.11 P. L. Dronkers, a feast for children on Queen's Day, August 1946, Negara (Bali). (National Archives of the Netherlands, Collectie 577 P. L. Dronkers, 1946–1949, 2.21.281.25, inv. nr. 2)204
7.12 Collection G. H. van Broeckhuijsen, Dutch soldiers watch over Balinese children being fed on Queen's Day, 1946. (Image Bank WW2, NIOD, Amsterdam, BC433)205
7.13 Collection G. H. van Broeckhuijsen, ‘Photos of a big cleansing action’. (Image Bank WW2, NIOD, Amsterdam, BC433)206
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