Travel Literature on Southeast Asia

This bibliography consists of English language monographs (including translations) of pre-World War II descriptions of life in Southeast Asia by travelers, adventurers, explorers, colonial officials, missionaries, and other foreign residents. The bibliography is arranged by country/region and then by date of publication.

Note: Not all of the titles listed were consulted and where doubt existed about the appropriateness of a particular title, this has been so noted in short annotations which accompany many of the entries. This bibliography is a work in progress and any suggestions for improvement are welcome.

[Brunei] [Burma] [Cambodia] [Indochina] [Indonesia/East Indies] [Laos]
[Malay Archipelago] [Philippines] [Thailand] [Vietnam] [Secondary Sources]

Southeast Asia (general)

Around Tonkin and Siam : a French colonialist view of Tonkin, Laos and Siam (1892) / by Prince Henri d'Orléans ; with an introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok : White Lotus Press, c1999. (DS 524 .O71 1999) ill
  Translation of Autour du Tonkin (1894)

Atlas of the Pavie mission : Laos, Cambodia, Siam, Yunnan and Vietnam / Auguste Pavie ; translated and composed by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok, Thailand : White Lotus Press, c1999. (+ G 2365 .P313 1999)
  Translation of: Mission Pavie Indo-Chine

Exploring for gemstones on the Upper Mekong : Northern Siam and parts of Laos in the years 1829-1893 / H. Warington Smyth ; with an introduction by Walter E. J. Tips. Bangkok : White Lotus Press, 1998. (DS 565 S67x 1998) ill
  Originally published in 1895 as Notes of a Journey on the Upper   Mekong, Siam, by John Murray for the Royal Geographic Society, London.

The Laos of north Siam : seen through the eyes of a missionary / by Lillian Johnson Curtis ; with an introd. by Walter E. J. Tips. Bangkok, Thailand : White Lotus, c1998. (DS 588 .N8 C87x 1998) ill
  Originally published 1903.

The gentleman in the parlour : a record of a journey from Rangoon to Haiphong / W. Somerset Maugham. Bangkok : White Orchid Press, 1995.
  (PR 6025 .A86 Z466x 1995)
  Reprint. Originally published: London : W. Heinemann, 1930.

A Scottish sea captain in Southeast Asia, 1689-1723 / Alexander Hamilton ; edited by Michael Smithies. Chiang Mai : Silkworm Books, 1997. (DS 411 .H21 1997) ill

Destiny : a Southeast Asia saga, 1928-1953 : Singapore, Malaya, Indonesia / Laurence C. Bergquist. Pacifica, CA : Pacifica Press, c1994. (DS 526.6  .B47x 1994)
  Juvenile item and time period covered may make it of marginal interest.

Through the buffer state : travels in Borneo, Siam, Cambodia, Malaya and Burma / John MacGregor ; introduction by Walter E. J. Tips. Bangkok : White Lotus, c1994. (DS 522 .3 .M34w 1994) 
  Reprint

Impressions of the Siamese-Malayan jungle : a tin-prospector's adventures in Southern Thailand / Hans Morgenthaler ; introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok : White Lotus, 1994. (DS 568 .M84 1994) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: Matahari. London : Allen & Unwin, 1923.

A collection of private letters written by Brainerd Bliss Thresher describing his travels in Honolulu, Japan, China, Phillipines [sic], Cambodia, Siam, Straits Settlements, and Sumatra, in 1935 / compiled from letters typed by his daughter Mariel Thresher Cammann. Winter Park, FL : Harold Baker Richardson, 1993.
  (+ G 480 .T47x 1993) ill

The Straits of Malacca, Siam, and Indo-China : travels and adventures of a nineteenth-century photographer / John Thomson ; with an introduction by Judith Balmer. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1993. (On Order) ill
  Originally published: The Straits of Malacca, Indo-China, and China. London : Sampson Low, Marston, Low & Searle, 1875.

To Siam and Malaya in the Duke of Sutherland's yacht "Sans Peur" / by Florence Caddy ; with a biographical note on the author by J.M. Gullick. Singapore ; Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1992. ( DS 507 .C12 1992) ill
  Facsim of: ed. published London : Hurst & Blackett, 1889.

The voyage of the Peacock : a journal / by Benajah Ticknor ; edited by Nan Powell Hodges. Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, c1991. (DS525.9.U6 T56x 1991

The land of the white elephant : Sights and scenes in Burma, Siam, Cambodia, and Cochin-China, 1871-2 / by Frank Vincent ; with an introduction and notes by John Villiers. Bangkok, Thailand : White Lotus Co., 1988. (DS 522.3 .V453x 1988)

The mission to Siam and Hué, 1821-1822 / George Finlayson ; with an introduction by David K. Wyatt. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press in association with the Siam Society, 1988. (DS565 .F51 1988) ill
  Reprint. Orignally published: London : Murray, 1826.

Bali and Angkor : a 1930s pleasure trip looking at life and death / Geoffrey Gorer. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1986. (DS601 .G66 1986) ill  39 leaves of plates
  First ed. published:  London : M. Joseph, 1936.

The diaries of Katherine Grindrod, [1892-1894] / [edited and transcribed   by R.D. Hill]. [1982-83]. (+ DS565 .G85)

The Straits of Malacca, Indo-China, and China, or, Ten years' travels, adventures, and residence abroad / by J. Thomson ... illustrated with upward of sixty wood engravings by J.D. Cooper, from the author's own sketches and photographs. New York : Harper & Bros., 1875. (DS 507 .T47 1875a (preservation photocopy); original in Asia Rare)

Pepper, rice, and elephants : a Southeast Asian journey from Celebes to Siam / by Ruth Masters Rickover. Annapolis : Naval Institute Press, c1975. (DS508.2 .R53)
  Dates of travel may be marginal.

A voyage to Cochin China / by John White ; introduced by Milton Osborne. Kuala Lumpur ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1972. (DS557.C7 W58 1972) [Cochin China, Malay Archipelago, Philippines]
  Reprint of the 1824 ed. published by Longman, Hurst, Rees,   Orme, Brown, and Green, London.

Notices of the Indian Archipelago and adjacent countries: being a collection of papers relating to Borneo, Celebes, Bali, Java, Sumatra, Nias, the Philippine Islands, Sulus, Siam, Cochin China, Malayan peninsula, etc. / by J.   H. Moor. 1st ed., new impression. London, Cass, 1968.( + DS 507 .M81x 1968)   ill
  Originally published 1837.

Garden islands of the great East; collecting seeds from the Philippines and Netherlands India in the junk "Chêng ho" / by David Fairchild.   New York, C. Scribner's Sons [c1943] (Annex NP1862.1 .F16 and Annex SB 109   .F16) ill

East of Singapore / by Marjorie Appleton ... With 54 illustrations.   London, New York [etc.] Hurst & Blackett, ltd. [1942]. (Annex DU22 .A65)   ill

Isles of spice / Frank Clune. An extensive journey through the Dutch East Indies, Indo-China and North Australia. New York : Dutton, 1942.
  (Annex DS508.C64 I8 1942) ill

Peoples of the China seas / Elizabeth Allerton Clark ; edited by Maxwell S. Stewart ; cover by LaVerne Riess. A cooperative project between American council, Institute of Pacific relations and Webster Pub. Co. St. Louis ; Dallas, [1942]
  (Annex DS601 .C59) ill
  [Malay Archipelago, Indochina, Philippines]

Velvet voyaging / Edward Wassermann. London : J. Lane, [1940]
  (Annex DS508 .W32) ill

The menacing sun / by Mona Gardner. London : Travel Book Club, 1940.
  (Annex DS508 .G26) ill
  [Indochina, East Indies]

To the Isles of Spice with Frank Clune : a vagabond voyage by air from Botany Bay to Darwin, Bathurst Island, Timor, Java, Borneo, Celebes and French Indo-China / Frank Clune. Sydney ; London : Angus and Robertson, 1940.
  (Annex DS508.C64 I8) ill

Eastern journey / by John H. MacCallum Scott. London : J. Gifford, Ltd., [1939]
  (Annex DS413 .M12) ill

Towards Angkor in the footsteps of the Indian invaders / by H.G. Quaritch Wales ; with a foreword by Sir Francis Younghusband and with forty-two illustrations from photographs and several maps. London : G.G. Harrap &   Co., Ltd., [1937]
  (Annex DS525.5 .W17) ill

I've been around : seen and heard circling the globe in six months from New York to New York via Hawaii, Japan, China, the Philippines, the Dutch East Indies, Singapore, Ceylon, Bombay, Cairo, Naples, Genoa, Marseilles, Gibralter / by Claudia Cranston ; with 35 doubletone illustrations from   photographs taken on the author's own camera. Philadelphia : Lippincott,   c1937. (Annex DS508 .C885) ill

Gods of tomorrow; the story of a journey in Asia and Australasia / by William Teeling. London, L. Dickson, Limited [1936] (Annex DS508 .T25) ill.

Poison arrows ; Strange journey with an opium dealer ; Annam, Cambodia, Siam, and the lotus isle of Bali / by Grace Thompson Seton ... illustrated with maps and many photos taken by the author. London : J. Gifford Ltd., [c1936] (DS508 .S49) ill

Bali and Angkor, or, Looking at life and death / Geoffrey Gorer.   Boston : Little, Brown, and Co., 1936. (Annex DS601 .G66)

Eastern glimpses : being the daily diary of an Australian woman on tour in the Far East / by Ethel Jarman. Adelaide : [s.n.], 1935 (Adelaide : printed by Vardon)
  (Annex DS508 .J37) ill

Wanderings among South Sea savages and in Borneo and the Philippines / with 48 plates from photographs by the author and others. London : Witherby & Co., [1935, c1909] (DU22 .W17) ill

Malayan symphony : being the impressions gathered during a six months' journey through the Straits settlements, Federated Malay states, Siam, Sumatra, Java and Bali / [by] W. Robert Foran. London : Hutchinson & Co.,   Ltd., [1935]
  (Annex DS592.F69 M2) ill

Cannibal quest / by Gordon Sinclair. New York, Farrar & Rinehart [c1934]
  (Annex DU22 .S61 1934) illustrated with photographs and drawings

Burma, Ceylon, Indo-China, Siam, Cambodia, Annam, Tongking, Yunnan : landscape, architecture, inhabitants / Martin Hürlimann. London : "The Studio", Ltd., [c1930] (+ DS508 .H89   1930a) ill [also: Berlin : Atlantis-Verlag, c1930. (Annex + DS508 .H89 1930)]

From Bangkok to Bombay : Siam, French Indo-China, Burma, Hindustan / by Frank G. Carpenter. Garden City, NY : Doubleday, Doran, 1930. (Annex   DS508 .C29)

East for pleasure : the narrative of eight months' travel in Burma, Siam, the Netherlands, East Indies and French Indo-China / by Walter B. Harris ... London : E. Arnold &   Co., 1929. (DS508 .H318) ill

Love and sunshine in the East / by Janet Aldis. London : H. Joseph,   1930.
  (Annex DS508 .A36)

Trailing the tiger / by Mary Hastings Bradley. New York : Appleton, 1929.
  (Annex DS508 .B81) ill
  [Indonesia, Indochina]

Memorable description of the East Indian voyage, 1618-25 / Willem Ysbrandsz Bontekoe ; translated   from the Dutch by Mrs. C.B. Bodde-Hodgkinson and Pieter Geyl ... with an   introduction and notes by Professor Geyl. New York : R.M. McBride &   Co., c1929. (Annex DS411.1 .B72 1929) ill

Siam and Cambodia in pen and pastel : with excursions in China and Burmah / by Rachel Wheatcroft. London : Constable, 1928. (Annex DS565 .W55) ill

A tour in Southern Asia :  Indo-China, Malaya, Java, Sumatra, and Ceylon, 1925-1926 / by Horace Bleackley ; with 21 illustrations from photographs. London : John Lane,   [1928] (Annex DS508 .B64) ill

The Malay Peninsula and Archipelago / by Ashley Gibson ... illustrated by Barbara Shaw. London & Toronto, J. M. Dent and sons ltd. [1928] (Annex DS592 .G44) ill
  [Malay Peninsula, Indonesia]

The dragon and the lotus / by Crosbie Garstin ; with numerous line drawings by the author. London : W. Heinemann, 1928. (Annex DS534 .G24 1928) ill
  [Indochina and Thailand]

New journeys in old Asia : Indo-China, Siam, Java, Bali / by Helen Churchill Candee, with reproductions from etchings by Lucille Douglass and a map. New York : Frederick A. Stokes   Co., 1927. (Annex DS534 .C22) ill

Carpenter's new geographical reader : Australia, the Philippines and other islands of the sea / by Frank G. Carpenter. New York : American Book Company, c1927. (Annex DU22   .C29) ill [Philippines, Malay Archipelago]

Tidemarks: some records of  a journey to the beaches of the Moluccas and the forest of Malaya, in 1923 / Henry Major Tomlinson. London, New York, Cassell [1924] (Annex DS601 .T65   1924) ill

My trip around the world / by Dorothy Dix ... frontspiece by Nat Little, illustrated from photographs. Philadelphia, The Penn Publishing Company, 1924.
  (DS 508 .D61)

From Golden Gate to golden sun : a record of travel, sport and observation in Siam and Malaya / by Hermann Norden ... London : H.F. & G. Witherby, 1923.
  (Annex DS508 .N82) ill

Where the strange trails go down : Sulu, Borneo, Celebes, Bali, Java, Sumatra, Straits settlements, Malay states, Siam, Cambodia, Annam, Cochin-China / by E. Alexander Powell. New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1922, [c1921] (DS601 .P88) ill

Observations in the Orient : the account of a journey to Catholic mission fields in Japan, Korea, Manchuria, China, Indo-China, and the Philippines / by James A. Walsh. Ossining,   NY : Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America, c1919.
  (Annex BV3400 .W22) ill

In the lands of the sun : notes and memories of a tour in the East / by H.R.H. Prince William of Sweden. London : Eveleigh Nash, 1915. (Annex   DS508 .W67)

Wanderings among South sea savages and in Borneo and the Philippines / by H. Wilfrid Walker ; with forty-eight plates from photographs by the author and others. London : Witherby, 1910. (Management DU22 .W17 1910) ill

An eastern voyage : a journal of the travels of Count Fritz Hochberg through the British empire in the East and Japan / Friedrich Maximilian Graf von Hochberg. London : J.M.   Dent ; New York : E.P. Dutton, 1910. (Annex G463 .H68) ill   (73 plates)

Letters of Gilbert Little Stark, July 23, 1907-March 12, 1908. Cambridge, Priv. print. at the   Riverside press, 1908. (Annex DS508 .S894)
  Includes Java, Malaysia, Burma

Jungle trails and jungle people; travel, adventure and observation in the Far East / by Caspar Whitney. New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1905. (Annex DS508 .W61) ill

The peoples and politics of the Far East; travels and studies in the British, French, Spanish and Portuguese colonies, Siberia, China, Japan, Korea, Siam and Malaya / by Henry Norman. New York, Scribner, 1903. (Annex DS507 .N84) ill

European settlements in the far east : China, Japan, Corea, Indo-China, Straits Settlements, Malay States, Siam, Netherlands, India, Borneo, the Philippines, etc. / D. Smith Warres.   New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1900. (Annex JV241 .S64 1900) ill   [also: London, S. Low, Marston & company, 1900. (Annex   JV241 .S6)]

Quaint corners of ancient empires : southern India, Burma, and Manila / by Michael Meyers [!] Shoemaker. New York : Putnam, 1899. (Annex DS507 .S54) ill

From Tonkin to India by the sources of the Irawadi, January '95-January '96 / by Prince Henri d'Orléans ; translated by Hamley Bent ; illustrated by G. Vuiller. London : Methuen, 1898. (Annex + DS524 .O71 1898) ill

A padre in partibus : being notes and impressions of a brief holiday tour through Java, the Eastern   Archipelago and Siam / , G. M. (George Murray) Reith. Singapore : Singapore and Straits Print. Off., 1897. (Annex DS507 .R37)
  Reprinted from the "Singapore Free Press."

Through the Buffer state; a record of recent travels through Borneo, Siam, and Cambodia / John MacGregor. London, F.V. White, 1896. (Annex DS507 .M14) ill

Recollections of a happy life, being the autobiography of Marianne North / Edited by her sister, Mrs. John Addington Symonds. New York and London, Macmillan and co., 1894. (Asia Rare QK31.N86 A3 1894)

Around Tonkin and Siam / by Prince Henri d'Orleans ; translated by C.B. Pitman. London : Chapman & Hall, 1894. (Asia Rare DS 524 .O71 1894a) ill
  Translation of Autour du Tonkin (1894)

A geography of the Malay Peninsula, Indo-China, the Eastern Archipelago, the Philippines, and New Guinea / A.H. Keane. 2nd ed. rev. London : E. Stanford, 1892. (Annex DS507 .K24 1892)

A winter in India and Malaysia among the Methodist missions / by   Rev. M.V.B. Knox ... with an introduction by Bishop John F. Hurst. New York : Hunt & Eaton ; Cincinatti : Cranston & Stowe, 1891. (Annex DS413 .K74)

To Siam and Malaya in the Duke of Sutherland's yacht 'Sans peur' / by Mrs. Florence Caddy ...   London : Hurst & Blackett, Ltd., 1889. (DS 507 .C12 1889a) ill

Eighteen hundred miles on a Burmese tat : through Burmah, Siam, and the eastern Shan States / G. J. Younghusband. London : Allen & Co., 1888.
  (Asia Rare DS 485 .B81 Y78)

The boy travellers in the Far East, part third : adventures of two youths in a journey to Ceylon and India with descriptions of Borneo, the Philippines Islands and Burmah / by Thomas W. Knox. New York, Harper and Brothers, 1882, c1881.
  ( G570 .K74 pt.3) ill

The boy travellers in the Far East : part second, adventures of two youths in a journey to Siam and Java, with descriptions of Cochin-China, Cambodia, Sumatra and the Malay Archipelago / by Thomas W. Knox. New York : Harper, 1880.
  (DS565 .K74) ill

Geography of the Eastern Peninsula : comprising a descriptive outline of the whole territory, and a geographical, commercial, social and political account of each of its divisions, with a full and connective history of Burmah, Siam, Anam, Cambodia, French Cochin-China, Yunan, and Malaya / by Henry Croley. [S.l. : s.n.], 1878 (Annex DS507 .C94)

The land of the white elephant: : sights and scenes in south-eastern Asia. : A personal narrative of travel and adventure in farther India, embracing the countries of Burma, Siam, Cambodia, and Cochin-China, 1871-2 / by Frank Vincent, Jun. ; with map, plans, and numerous illustrations. London : S.Low, Marston, Low & Searle, 1873 (DS524 .V77)

The Philippine islands, Moluccas, Siam, Cambodia, Japan, and China, at the close of the sixteenth century / Antonio de Morga ; translated from the Spanish, with notes and a pref.,   and a letter from Luis Vaez de Torres, describing his voyage through the Torres Straits, by Henry E. J. Stanley. London, Printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1868. (Annex G 161 .H15 no.39) ill
  Translation of   Sucesos de las Islas Filipinas. Includes reproduction of title page of original   Spanish edition, Mexici ad Indos, 1609.

Travels in south-eastern Asia : embracing Hindustan, Malaya, Siam and China, with notices of numerous missionary stations, and a full account of the Burman empire / by Howard   Malcom. Philadelphia : American Baptist Publication Society, [185-?] (Annex   DS507 .M24 1850) ill

The Chinaman abroad, or, A desultory account of the Malayan archipelago, particularly of Java / by Ong-tae-hae ; translated from the original [by W.H. Medhurst]. Shanghae : Printed at the Mission Press, 1849. (DS 703   .5 .M48a)

Missionary journals and letters : written during eleven years' residence and travels amongst the Chinese, Siamese, Javanese, Khassias, and other Eastern nations / by J.Tomlin. London : Nisbet, 1844. (Asia Rare BV   3265 .T65)

The eastern seas, or, Voyages and adventures in the Indian Archipelago, in 1832-33-34 : comprising a tour of the island of Java, visits to Borneo, the Malay Peninsula, Siam, &c, also an account of the present state of Singapore, with observations on the commercial resources of the archipelago / by George Windsor Earl. London : Wm. H. Allen and Co., 1837. (Asia Rare DS507 .E12) ill

Notices of the Indian Archipelago, and adjacent countries : being a collection of papers relating to Borneo, Celebes, Bali, Java, Sumatra, Nias, the Philippine islands, Sulus, Siam, Cochin China, Malayan Peninsula, &c / accompanied by an index and   six maps ... by J.H. Moor ... Part first ... Singapore, 1837. (Asia Rare   + DS507 .M81) ill

Embassy to the eastern courts of Cochin-China, Siam, and Muscat : in the U.S. sloop-of-war Peacock, David Geisinger, commander, during the years 1832-3-4 / by Edmund Roberts. New York : Harper & Brothers, 1837.   (Asia Rare DS507 .R64)

Journal of three voyages along the coast of China, in 1831, 1832 & 1833 : with notices of Siam, Corea, and the Loo-Choo Islands / by Charles Gützlaff ; to which is prefixed an Introductory essay on the policy, religion, etc., of China by the Rev. W. Ellis. London : Frederick Westley and A. H. Davis, 1834.
  (Asia Rare DS709 .G98 1834)

The mission to Siam, and Hué, the capital of Cochin China, in   the years 1821-2 / From the journal of the late George Finlayson ... With a memoir of the author, by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, F.R.S. London, J. Murray, 1826. (Asia Rare DS565 .F51)

The World in miniature : the Asiatic islands and New Holland : being a description of the manners, customs, characters and state of society of the various tribes by which they are inhabited / edited by Frederic Shoberl. London : Printed for R. Ackermann, Repository of Arts, Strand, [1824?] (Asia Rare DS507 .W92) col ill

A voyage to Cochin China / John White. London : Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme, Brown, & Green, 1824. (Asia Rare DS557.C7 W58 1824) ill
  American ed. (Boston, Wells and Lilly) has title: History of a voyage to the China Sea.
  [Cochin China and Philippines]

History of a voyage to the China Sea / by John White ... Boston : Wells and Lilly ... , 1823. (Asia   Rare DS557.C7 W58) ill

A consice account of the character, manners, and customs of the inhabitants of Japan, Kamtschatka, Cochin China, Siam, Pegu, Pelew Islands, and New Holland : in which the remarkable curiosities of those nations are particularly noticed / by J. Goldsmith. Philadelphia : Johnson and Warner, 1810 (Olin   Microforms Microprint 23 no. 21072) (Early American imprints. Second series ; no. 21072.)

A voyage from Calcutta to the Mergui Archipelago, lying on the east side of the Bay of Bengal; describing a chain of islands, never before surveyed... also, an account of the islands Jan Sylvan, Pulo Pinang, and the port of Queda; the present state of Atcheen; and directions for sailing thence to Fort Marlbro' down the south-west coast of Sumatra; to which are added, an account of the island Celebes; a treatise on the monsoons in India; a proposal for making ships and vessels more convenient for the accommodation of passengers; and thoughts on a new mode of preserving ship provision: also, an idea of making a map of the world on a large scale:   by Thomas Forrest.. The whole illustrated with various maps, and views of land; a print of the author's reception by the King of Atcheen; and a view of St. Helena from the road. Engraved by Mr. Caldwell... / Thomas Forrest. London : J. Robson, [etc., etc.] 1792. (Asia Rare ++ DS601 .F72 and DS601.F72   V5 1792) ill

A voyage to New Guinea, and the Moluccas, from Balambangan : including an account of Magindano, Sooloo, and other islands ; and illustrated with thirty copperplates. Performed in the Tartar galley, belonging to the Honourable East India company, during  the years 1774, 1775, and 1776 / by Captain Thomas Forrest ; to which is added, a vocabulary of the Magindano tongue. London : J. Robson, 1779.   (Asia Rare + DS601 .F72 1779) ill

A new voyage round the world. : Describing particularly, the isthmus of America, several coasts and islands in the West Indies, the isles of Cape Verd, the passage by Terra del Fuego,   the South Sea coasts of Chili, Peru, and Mexico; the isle of Guam one of  the Ladrones, Mindanao, and other Philippine and East-India Islands near Cambodia, China, Formosa, Luconia, Celebes, &c ... Their soil, rivers, harbours, plants, fruits, animals, and inhabitants. Their customs, religion, government, trade, &c. / By William Dampier. Illustrated with particular maps and draughts. London, : Printed for James Knapton ..., [1698-1703].   (Asia Rare G420.D16 N5 1698) [also 1697 edition: Asia Rare G420.D16 N5 1697]   ill

A collection of several relations and treatises singular and curious of John Baptista Tavernier, Baron of   Aubonne [microform] : not printed among his first six voyages ... / published by Edmund Everard, Esquire ... London : Printed by A. Godbid and J. Playford for Moses Pitt ..., 1680. (Olin Library Microforms Film 1297 1579:36)
  Translation of: Recueil de plusieurs relations et traitez singuliers & curieux de J.B.   Tavernier ... qui n'ont point esté mis dans ses six premiers voyages : divisé en cinq parties : avec la relation de l'interieur du serrail du grand seigneur. (1679)

The voyages and adventures of Ferdinand Mendez Pinto ...during his travels for the space of one and twenty years in the kingdoms of Ethiopia, China, Tartaria, Cauchinchina, Calaminham, Siam, Pegu, Japan, and a great part of the East-Indies ... / done into English by H.C. ... London : Printed by J. Macock, for H. Cripps, 1653. (Asia Rare + DS506 .M53 1653)

Brunei

Brunei Days / T.S. Monks. Lewes, Sussex, England : Book Guild, 1992.
  (DS 650 .64 .M75)
  Dates of travel seem to be around WWII. Prior to WWII?

Burma

Searching for the sources of the Irrawaddy : with Prince Henri d'Orléans from Hanoi to Calcutta overland, 1895-1896 / Emile Roux ; translation and introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok : White Lotus Press, c1999. (DS 527 .6 .R68x 1999). ill
  "Originally published as Aux sources de l'Irraouaddi. D'Hanoï à Calcutta par terre, in Le tour du monde, n.s. vol. 3, nrs. 17-23, p. 193-276, 1897, Paris; with an appendix abstracted from Prince Henri d'Orléans's From Tonkin to India by the sources of the Irawadi. January '95-January '96, 1898, Methuen & Co., London"--T.p. verso

A year on the Irrawaddy / by E. M. P-B. Bangkok : White Lotus Press, 1998.
  (DS 527 .6 .E22x1998) ill
  Originally published   in 1911

Journey [i.e. journal] of   a voyage up the Irrawaddy to Mandalay and Bhamo / by J. Talboys Wheeler. Bangkok : White Orchid Press, 1996. (DS 485 .B81 W56 1996) col ill
  "Originally published in Rangoon in 1871." 

Eighteen hundred miles on a Burmese tat : through Burmah, Siam, and the eastern Shan States / G.J. Younghusband. New Delhi : Asian Educational Services, 1995. (DS 485   .B81 Y78 1995 ) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: London : Allen & Co., 1888.   

Rough pencillings of a rough trip to Rangoon in 1846 / Colesworthy Grant. Bangkok : White Orchid   Press, 1995. (+ DS 530 .9 .R3 G724x 1995) ill

The Silken East : a record of life & travel in Burma / by V.C. Scott O'Connor ; introduced by Harcourt Butler. Gartmore, Stirling : Paul Strachan-Kiscadale, 1993
  (DS 527 .7 .O378 1993z) ill
  Probably early 20th century

Journey through Burma in 1936 / by H.R.H. Prince Damrong Rajanubhab. Bangkok, Thailand : River   Books, 1991. (+ DS 527 .6 .D16 1991) ill
  Translation of: Thieo Muang Phama.

Himalayan enchantment : an anthology / Frank Kingdon-Ward ; chosen and edited with an introduction by John Whitehead. London : Serinda Publications, 1990. (DS485.H6 W25)
  Probably first half of 20th century. Includes Burma.

A thousand miles on an elephant in the Shan states / by Holt S. Hallett ; with preface by Virginia M. Di Crocco. Bangkok, Thailand : White Lotus Co., 1988. (DS560 .H18 1988) ill
  Reprint. Originally   published: Edinburgh : W. Blackwood and Sons, 1890. With new introd.

The changing of kings : memories of Burma, 1934-1949 / Leslie Glass ; with a foreword by Jan Morris. London : P. Owen ; Chester Springs, PA : [U.S. distributor, Dufour Editions]   1985. (DS530.32.G54 A3 1985) ill

Sladen collection [microform] : papers of Sir Edward Sladen, Chief Commissioner at Court of Mandalay, 1865-68, Commissioner of Tenasserim, 1872-76, and of Arakan, 1876-86 / Sir Edward Bosc Sladen. [London] : British Library, India Office Library and Records, 1985. (Asia Microforms Film 9393)

Journal of a tour through the Pegu & Martaban provinces in the suite of Drs. McClelland & Brandis ... [microform] / Robert Abreu. Maulmain [Burma] : Printed for the author by T. Whittam, 1858. (Asia Microforms Film 3245)

Journal of a residence in the Burmhan Empire : London, 1821 / Hiram Cox ; with an introd. by D.G.E. Hall. [Farnborough, England] : Gregg International Publishers, 1971. (DS485.B81 C87 1971)

An account of an embassy to the kingdom of Ava sent by the governor-general of India, in the year 1795 / by Michael Symes. Westmead, Farnborough, Hants. : Gregg International   Publishers, 1969. (DS527.5 .S98 1969) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: London : Printed by W. Bulmer and Co. and sold by G. and W. Nicol, 1800.

Jungle trips through Burma, 1921-1941 / Gertrude Anderson. Visalia, Calif. : C & H Reproductions, 1977. (Annex + BV3271.A54 A3) ill

Travels in and diaries of India & Burma / Ivan Pavlovich Minaev ; [translated by Hirendranath Sanyal ; compared with the Russian text by Sunil Bhattacharya, language edited by Sailesh   Chandra Sen Gupta]. Calcutta : Debi Prasad Mukhopadhyaya, Eastern Trading   Co., 1958? (DS413 .M66 1958) ill
  Translation of Dnevniki puteshestvii v Indiiu i Birmu, 1880 i 1885-1886.

Michael Symes : journal of his second embassy to the Court of Ava in 1802. / edited with introd. and notes by D.G.E. Hall. London : Allen   & Unwin, [1955] (DS485.B81 S981)

The fire ox and other years / by Suydam Cutting. New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1940 (DS9   .C99) [also London : Collins, 1947 (DS9. C99 1947)] ill

Far ridges; a record of travel in north-eastern Burma, 1938-39. London, C. & J. Temple [1946].   (DS 485 .B81 S78) ill

The old Burma road, a journey on foot and muleback from the diary, notes and reminiscences of Doctor Neville Bradley, for many years a medical missionary in China /   Neville Bradley ; with a foreword by Lady Erskine Crum. London, Toronto, W. Heinemann ltd., [1945] (DS793.Y9 B81) ill

Quiet skies on Salween / by Ellen Thorp. London : J. Cape, [1945]. (DS560 .T51)
  Account of the author's childhood in Taunggyi, Burma.

By canoe and elephant; adventures in the Burma-Siam jungle / by John K. Heughan. Sydney, London, Angus and Robertson ltd., 1942. (DS485.B81   H59)

Nepal, land of mystery ; Adventures in Burma, China, India and the kingdom of Nepal / by Hassoldt Davis. London : R. Hale Ltd., 1942. (DS485.N4 D2) ill
  Account of the author's experiences on the Denis-Roosevelt Asiatic expedition, 1939-1949.

Canoe to Mandalay / Rowland Raven-Hart. (DS485.B81 R25 1941)

Burma road / by Nicol Smith, with illustrations from photographs by the author. Indianapolis, New York, The Bobbs-Merrill company [c1940]   (DS793.Y9 S65)

Land of the eye : a narrative of the labors, adventures, alarums and excursions of the Denis-Roosevelt Asiatic expedition to Burma, China, India and the lost kingdom of Nepal / by Hassoldt Davis. New York : H. Holt & Co., [c1940] (DS9 .D26) ill

Burma, the land of golden pagodas / by Hamish W. Miller. Melbourne : Australian National Travel Association, 1938 (Annex   ++ DS 527 .6 .M65) ill
  Extracted from Walkabout, vol. 4, no. 4, Feb. 1, 1938.

Lords of the sunset, a tour in the Shan states / Maurice Collis. New York : Dodd Mead, 1938. (Annex DS560 .C6 1938a) ill

Burmese interlude. C.V. Warren. London : Skeffington & Son, Ltd., [1937] (Annex DS485.B81   W281) ill

Dense jungle green : the first twelve years of the B.C.M.S. Burma Mission / by A.T. Houghton. London : Bible Churchmen's Missionary Society, 1937.
  (Annex BV3270 .H83) ill

Plant hunter's paradise / by F. Kingdon Ward. London, J. Cape [1937]
  (Mann Library Hortorium QK5 .K54) ill

Scott of the Shan hills : orders and impressions / Sir James George Scott ; edited by G.E. Mitton (Lady Scott). London : J. Murray, [1936] (DS560 .S42) ill

Tibetan trek / by Ronald Kaulback. London : Hodder & Stoughton, Ltd., [1936]
  (DS785 .K21) ill
  A journey from Sadiya, Assam, throught the Zayul district of Tibet to Ata Kang La and back   to Fort Herz, Burma.

The Vernay-Hopwood upper Chindwin expedition / by R.C. Morris. [S.l. : s.n., 1936] (Annex DS527.6 .M87) ill

Beautiful Burma / by C.M. Enriquez. Rangoon : Myanmahita Magazine, 1935.
  (Annex DS485.B81 E591) ill

Where China meets Burma : life and travel in the Burma-China border lands / by Beatrix Metford. London ; Glasgow : Blackie & Son, Ltd., [1935] (DS485.B81 M59) ill

Wilderness trails in three continents, an account of travel, big game hunting and exploration in India, Burma, China, East Africa and Labrador / by Lionel A. D. Leslie with a foreword by the Rt. Hon. Winston S. Churchill. London, Heath Cranton limited, 1931. (Annex G463 .L63) ill

The roaring forties and after / by Captain D. J. Munro. London, S. Low, Marston, 1929. (Annex VK57 .M96) ill

A holiday in Burma : with a chapter on a visit to Calcutta / by C.M. Leicester. Exeter:A. Wheaton, 1928. (Annex DS485.B81 L52) ill

The silken East : a record of life & travel in Burma / by V.C. Scott O'Connor ; introduced by Sir Harcourt Butler ; with 200 illus., including 8 coloured plates, by J.R. Middleton and Saya Chone. London : Hutchinson, [introd. 1928]
  (Annex DS485.B81 O18 1928) ill

Burma / R. Talbot Kelly ; with 8 full-page illustrations by the author. London : A. & C. Black,   1927. (Annex DS485.B81 K293 1927) ill

Burma as I saw it, 1889-1917 : with a chapter on recent events / by R. Grant Brown ; with thirty-six illustrations and a map. London : Methuen, [1926] (DS485.B81 B87) ill

Farrer's last journey : Upper Burma, 1919-20 / by E.H.M. Cox ; together with a complete list of all Rhododendrons collected by Reginald Farrer, and his field notes ; compiled by Miss Helen T. Maxwell, assistant in the Herbarium of the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh... with 28 illustrations from photographs by the author. London : Dulau & Co. Ltd., 1926. (Annex DS485.B81 C85) ill

Photographs of British Burma and the Straits, 1876-7-8-9. [S.l., 1926?]
  (Asia Rare ++ DS485.B82 P57)

Burma as I saw it, 1889-1917, with a chapter on recent events / George Eustace Riou Grant Brown. New York : Stokes, 1925. (DS485.B81 B87 1925) ill

From China to Hkamti Long / by Captain F. Kingdon Ward ... London, E. Arnold & Co., 1924. (Annex   DS793.Y9 W25) ill

Peacocks and pagodas / by Paul Edmonds, with a frontispiece and forty-four illustrations. London : G. Routledge & Sons, Ltd., 1924. (DS485.B81 E4) ill

Burma / by Sir Herbert Thirkell White. Cambridge [England] : University Press, 1923. (Annex DS485.B81 W58) ill

A Burmese arcady, an account of a long & intimate sojourn amongst the mountain dwellers of the Burmese hinterland & of their engaging characteristics and customs : &c., &c. / by Major C.M. Enriquez ... London : Seeley, Service &   Co., Ltd., 1923. (Annex DS485.B85 E59) ill

Into the East : notes on Burma and Malaya / by Richard Curle ; with a preface by Joseph Conrad. London : Macmillan and Co., Ltd., 1923. (Annex   DS485.B81 C97)

A Burmese wonderland : a tale of travel in Lower and Upper Burma / by C.M. Enriquez (Theophilus).   Calcutta : Thacker, Spink, 1922. (Annex DS485.B81 E59) ill

In farthest Burma : the record of an arduous journey of exploration and research through the unknown frontier territory of Burma and Tibet / by F. Kingdon Ward. Philadelphia : Lippincott,   1921. (Annex DS485.B81 W25) ill

In the land of the pagodas / by Robert B. Thurber. Nashville : Southern Pub. Association, c1921. (DS527.6 .T53) ill

A Burmese loneliness : a tale of travel in Burma, the Southern Shan States and Keng Tung / C.M. Énriquéz ("Theophilus"). Calcutta : Thacker, Spink & Co.,   1918. (Annex DS485.B81 E593) ill

A Burmese enchantment / C.M. Enriquez. Calcutta : Thacker, Spink & Co., 1916. (Annex DS485.B81 E592) ill

The gorgeous East : India, Burma, Ceylon, and Siam / Containing thirty-two full-page illustrations in colour, by various artists. London : A. and C. Black, 1913. (DS408 .E42) ill

The Kachins, their customs and traditions / by Rev. O. Hanson. Litt. D. Rangoon : American Baptist   Mission Press, 1913. (Annex DS485.B85 H25) ill

Burma, painted and described / by R. Talbot Kelly. London : A. and C. Black, 1912. (Annex DS485.B81 K29 1912) ill

Through India and Burmah with pen and brush / A. Hugh Fisher. London, T. W. Laurie [1911] (Annex DS413 .F53) ill

A year on the Irrawaddy / by E. M. P-B. Rangoon : Myles Standish, 1911.
  (Annex DS527.7 .E12) ill

Experiences of a jungle-wallah / by "Nibs" [pseud.] (Hugh Nisbet). St. Albans : Fisher, Knight & Co., [191-?] (Annex DS485.B81 N72) ill

A Dog's life in Burma / told by the dog. London : Henry J. Drane, [1909] (Annex DS485.B84 D6) ill

Burma / by R. Talbot Kelly. London : A. and C. Black, 1908.
  (Annex DS485.B81 K293) ill

From Edinburgh to India & Burmah / by W.G. Burn Murdoch ... / with twenty-four full-page illustrations in colour from paintings by the author. London : G. Routledge & Sons Ltd. ; New York : E.P. Dutton & Co., [1908]
  (Annex DS413 .B96) ill

From Peking to Mandalay : a journey from north China to Burma through Tibetan Ssuch uan and Yunnan / by R.F. Johnston ; with map and illustrations. London : J. Murray, 1908.   (DS710 .J73) ill

A bachelor girl in Burma / by G.E. Mitton ... containing ninety-five illustrations from photographs. London : A. & C. Black, 1907. (Annex DS485.B81 M68) ill

The romantic East : Burma, Assam, & Kashmir / by Walter Del Mar ... Containing sixty-four full page illustrations from photographs. London : A. & C. Black, 1906. (Annex   DS485.B81 D35) ill

Burma, painted and described / by R. Talbot Kelly. London : A. and C. Black, 1905. (Annex DS485.B81 K29 1905) ill

Sunny days in Burma /   by A.W. Wills. Birmingham : Midland Counties Herald Press, 1905. (Annex   + DS485.B81 W74) ill (102   leaves of plates)

Ten years in Burma / Julius Smith. Chicago : Student Missionary Campaign Library, [1905?] (Annex DS485.B81 S65 1905) ill

The silken East; a record of life and travel in Burma / by V.C. Scott O'Connor ... With 400 illustrations including 20 coloured plates, by J.R. Middleton, Mrs. Otway Wheeler Cuffe and Saya Chone .... London, Hutchinson & co., 1904. (DS 485 .B81 O18) ill

A yankee on the Yangtze : being a narrative of a journey from Shanghai through the central kingdom to Burma / by William Edgar Geil. London : Hodder and Stoughton, 1904.   (Annex DS710 .G31 1904) ill (100 pages of plates)

Pictures from Lotus Land / by Mrs. Ernest Muriel ; described by R. C. J. Swinhoe. Rangoon : Rowe,   [19??] (Asia Rare + DS527.6 .M97) ill

Towards the land of the rising sun : or, four years in Burma / by Sister Katherine. London : Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge, 1900. (Annex BV3270 .K19) ill

Wild sports of Burma and Assam / by Colonel Pollok ... and W.S. Thom. London : Hurst & Blackett, Ltd., 1900. (Annex SK247.B8 P77) ill

An English girl's first impressions of Burmah / Elizabeth Ellis. Wigan : R. Platt ; London : Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co.,   Ltd., 1899. (DS485.B81 E47)

Quaint corners of ancient empires : southern India, Burma, and Manila / by Michael Meyers [!] Shoemaker. New York : Putnam, 1899. (Annex DS507 .S54) ill

Ralph Fitch, England's pioneer to India and Burma : his companions and contemporaries, with his remarkable narrative told in his own words / by J. Horton Ryley ... London : T.F.   Unwin, 1899. (Annex DS411 .R99) ill

Through upper Burma and western China / Sir John Foster Fraser. [Yokohama] 1898. (DS801 .A83 v.26) ill

Burman photograph album, [ca. 1897] (24 Photographs of Burma including street scenes, people, funeral customs, pagodas, Buddhist monasteries and monks, and the English mission house, church, and school. Photographs are captioned in English. Scenes are primarily from Monywa and were originally mounted in an album. (Archives 4597)

Picturesque Burma, past & present / Mrs. Ernest Hart. London : J.M. Dent & Co., 1897.   (Annex DS485.B81 H32) ill

Wanderings in Burma / by George W. Bird ; with illustrations and maps. Bournemouth [England]   : F.J. Bright & Son ; London : Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent &   Co., Ltd., 1897. (+ DS485.B81 B61) ill

Among pagodas and fair ladies : an account of a tour through Burma / Gwendolen Trench Gascoigne ... London : A.D. Innes & Co., 1896. (DS485.B81   T79) ill

Fifty years' reminiscences of India : a retrospect of travel, adventure and shikar / by Colonel Pollok. London : Edward Arnold, 1896. (Annex DS413 .P77) ill

Six years in Burma / Kamakhyanatha Gupta. Calcutta : Published by the author, 1896. (Annex   DS485.B84 K15)

An Australian in China, being the narrative of a quiet journey across China to British Burma / By G. E. Morrison. London, H. Cox, 1895. (Asia Rare DS709 .M87) ill

Far Cathay and Farther India / by Major-General A. Ruxton MacMahon. London : Hurst & Blackett, Ltd., 1893. (DS 524 .M16 1893a) ill

In the shadow of the pagoda : sketches of Burmese life and character / Edward William Dirom Cuming. London : W.H. Allen & Co., Ltd., 1893.
  (Annex DS485.B84 C96) ill

Myamma: a retrospect of life and travel in Lower Burmah / by Deputy-Surgeon-General   C. T. Paske ... edited by F. G. Aflalo. London, W. H. Allen & Co., Limited, 1893. (Asia Rare DS 485 .B81 P28)

Four years in Upper Burma / Winston, W. R. London, C. H. Kelly, 1892. (Annex DS485.B84 W78) ill

Wanderings & wonderings : India, Burma, Kashmir, Ceylon, Singapore, Java, Siam, Japan, Manila, Formosa, Korea, China, Cambodia, Australia, New Zealand, Alaska, the States / by J.J. Aubertin ... London : K. Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co., Ltd., 1892. (DS507 .A88) ill

A thousand miles on an elephant in the Shan states / by Holt S. Hallett. Edinburgh ; London : W. Blackwood   and Sons, 1890. (DS560 .H18) ill

Eighteen hundred miles on a Burmese tat : through Burmah, Siam, and the eastern Shan States / G. J. Younghusband. London : Allen & Co., 1888.
  (Asia Rare DS 485 .B81 Y78) ill

Myam-ma, the home of the Burman / by Tsaya. Calcutta : Thacker, Spink and Co., 1886. (Asia Rare DS 527 .6 .T87)

A parson's holiday : being an account of a tour in India, Burma, and Ceylon in the winter of 1882-83 / by W. Osborn B. Allen. [S.l. : s.n.], 1885.
  (Annex DS413 .A43)

Across Chrysê : being the narrative of a journey of exploration through the south China border lands from Canton to Mandalay / by Archibald R. Colquhoun. London : S. Low, Marston, Searle, and Rivington, 1883. (Asia Rare DS709 .C72) ill

Reminiscences of life in Mysore, South Africa, and Burmah [microform] / by R.S. Dobbs. Dublin : G. Herbert, 1882. (Asia Microforms Fiche 3776)

My child-life in Burmah : or, Recollections and incidents / Olive Jennie Bixby. Boston : W. G.   Corthell, 1880. (Annex DS485.B84 B62) ill

Personal recollections of British Burma, and its church mission work in 1878-79 [microform] /   by J.H. Titcomb. London : Wells Gardner, Darton, 1880.
  (Asia Microforms Film 10883) ill

Sport in British Burmah, Assam and the Cassyah and Jyntiah Hills : with notes of sport in the hilly districts of the northern division, Madras presidency, indicating the best localities in those countries for sport, with natural history notes, illustrations of the people, scenery, and game, together with maps to guide the traveller or sportsman, and hints on weapons, fishing-tackle, etc., best suited for killing game met with in those provinces / by Lieut.-Colonel Pollok. London : Chapman & Hall, 1879. (Annex SK247.B8 P76) ill

A thousand miles up the Irrawaddy : Burmah proper / by an officer. London : Army and Navy Co-operative Society, 1879. (DS 527 .6 .O33 1879a)

Burma past and present ; with personal reminiscences of the country / by Lieut-Gen. Albert Fytche ... London : C.K. Paul & Co., 1878. (Asia Rare DS485.B81 F99) ill

Our trip to Burmah : with   notes on that country / by Surgeon General Charles Alexander Gordon   ... London : Baillière, Tindall, & Cox, [1877]
  (Asia Rare DS485.B81 G66) ill

Mandalay to Momien : A narrative of the two expeditions to western China of 1868 and 1875, under Colonel Edward B. Sladen and Colonel Horace Browne / by John Anderson ... with   maps and illustrations. London : Macmillan, 1876.
  (DS 793 .Y9 A54m 1876a) ill

The land of the white elephant: : sights and scenes in south-eastern Asia. : A personal narrative of travel and adventure in farther India, embracing the countries of Burma, Siam, Cambodia, and Cochin-China, 1871-2 / by Frank Vincent, Jun. ; with map, plans, and numerous illustrations. London : S.Low, Marston, Low & Searle, 1873. (DS524 .V77) ill

Journal of a voyage up the Irrawaddy to Mandalay and Bhamo / by J. Talboys Wheeler. (Annex DS485.B81 W56) ill

A report on the expedition to western Yunan viâ Bhamô / By John Anderson. Calcutta, Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing, 1871.
  (+ DS793.Y9 A54) ill

Official narrative of the expedition to explore the trade routes to China viâ Bhamo / under the guidance of Major E. B. Sladen. With connected papers. Published by authority. Calcutta : Office of the Superintendent of Government Printing, 1870. (DS 793 .Y9 S63) ill

Through Burmah to western China, being notes of a journey in 1863 to establish the practicability of a trade-route between the Irawaddi and the Yang-Tse-Kiang / by Clement Williams. Edinburgh,   London, W. Blackwood and sons, 1868.
  (DS485.B81 W72) ill

Journal of the Salween surveying expedition / by G. Colquhoun Sconce. [s.l. : s.n., 1864?] (Asia Rare   DS527.6 .S42) ill

Four years in Burmah / Marshall, W. H. London : C.J. Skeet, 1860.
  (Annex DS485.B81 M36) ill

A personal narrative of two years' imprisonment in Burma, 1824-26 / By Henry Gouger. (Asia Rare DS485.B81 G69) ill

Tounghoo women : Ladies, will you approve or condemn?. New York : Anson D.F. Randolph, publisher,   683 Broadway, 1860. (Asia Rare BV3270 .M39)
  Describes Ellen H.B. Mason's missionary work among Burmese women, includes testimonials   and makes an appeal for aid, especially for the Karen Female Institute.

Six months in British Burmah; or, India beyond the Ganges in 1857 / By Christopher T. Winter. [London] R. Bentley, 1858. (Asia Rare DS485.B81 W78) ill

The golden Dagon; or, Up and down the Irrawaddi. Being passages of adventure in the Burman empire / By an American (John Williamson Palmer). New York, Dix, Edwards & co., 1856. (Asia Rare DS485.B81   P17)

Rough pencillings of a rough trip to Rangoon in 1846 / Grant, Colesworthey, 1813-1880. Calcutta : Thacker, Spink & Co., 1853. Calcutta : Thacker, Spink & Co., 1853. (Annex + DS485.B81 G75) ill

Travels in south-eastern Asia : embracing Hindustan, Malaya, Siam and China, with notices of numerous missionary stations, and a full account of the Burman empire / by Howard   Malcom. Philadelphia : American Baptist Publication Society, [185-?] (Annex   DS507 .M24 1850) ill (63 engravings)

Travels in the Burman empire / by Howard Malcom. Edinburgh : William and Robert Chambers, 1840. (Annex   DS507 .M24) ill

Travels in south-eastern Asia, embracing Hindustan, Malaya, Siam, and China; with notices of numerous   missionary stations, and a full account of the Burman Empire; with dissertations,   tables, etc. / By Howard Malcom. Boston, Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln, 1839. (Asia Rare DS507 .M24 1839) ill

Journal of an embassy from the governor general of India to the court of Ava in the year 1827 / by John Crawfurd, ... late envoy ; with an appendix containing a description of fossil remains by Professor Buckland and Mr. Clift. London : Henry Colburn,   ... 1829. (Asia Rare + DS485.B81 C89) ill

Journal of a residence in the Burmham empire, and more particularly at the court of Amarapoorah / by Capt. Hiram Cox. London, J. Warren [etc.] 1821.
  (Asia Rare DS485.B81 C87) ill

American Baptist Foreign Mission Society records, 1813-1961. (Archives 4424)
  Missionary correspondence (1817-1900) and geographic files relating to activities of the American Baptist Foreign Mission Society in Burma. 62 reels of microfilm.

An account of an embassy to the kingdom of Ava, : sent by the Governor-General of India, in the year 1795. / By Michael Symes ... London : Printed by W. Bulmer and Co.; and sold by Messrs. G. and W. Nicol; and J. Wright, 1800.
  (Asia Rare + DS485.B81 S98) ill (26   leaves of plates. Plates by J. Walker, T. Medland, Vincent, and Mackenzie;   after Dalrymple, Singey Bey, and Capt. Crookat.) (Also 2nd ed: Asia Rare + DS485.B81 S98 1800)

Cambodia

A brief and truthful relation of events in the Kingdom of Cambodia / Gabriel Quiroga de San Antonio.  Bangkok, Thailand : White Lotus Press, c1998.
  (DS 557 .C2 S19 1998)
  Translation of:   Breve y verdadera relacion de los successos del reyno de Camboxa

A pilgrimage to Angkor / Pierre Loti (Julien Viaud) ; based on a translation by W.P. Baines ; edited   and introduced by Michael Smithies ; and illustrations by Euayporn Kerchouay.   Chiang Mai, Thailand : Silkworm Books, 1996.
  (DS 558 .A6 L675x 1996) ill
  Translation of:   Un Pelerin d’Angkor (1911)

The death treasure of the Khmers / Lance Colam. London, Stanley Paul & Co. [1939]. (DS557.C2 C68) ill

Cambodian glory; the mystery of the deserted Khmer cities and their vanished splendour; and a description of life in Cambodia today / by H. W. Ponder. London, T. Butterworth, ltd. [1936] (DS557.C2 P79) ill

Siam / by Pierre Loti [pseud.] translated from the French by W.P. Baines. New York, Frederick   A. Stokes company, [1930] (DS565 .L88) ill
  Translation of:   Un Pelerin d’Angkor (1911)

Siam / by Pierre Loti ; translated from the French by W.P. Baines. London, T.W. Laurie ltd. [1913] (DS565 .V59) ill
  Translation of:   Un Pelerin d’Angkor (1911)

Indochina

Among the tribes of southern Vietnam and Laos : "wild" tribes and French politics on the Siamese border (1891) / P. Cupet ; translated with an introd. by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok : White Lotus Press, 1998. (DS 556 .44 .C8613x 1998) ill
  Translation of: Chez les populations sauvages du sud de l'Annam (1900)

A pictorial journey on the old Mekong : Cambodia, Laos and Yunnan : the Mekong Exploration Commission report (1866-1868), volume 3 / Louis Delaporte and Francis Garnier ; translated and composed by Walter   E.J. Tips. Bangkok ; Cheney [Wash.] : White Lotus Press, c1998. (+ DS 534 .D453 1998) ill
  Parts of this volume   were originally published in various issues of Le tour du monde, 1869-1971, and in F. Garnier, Voyage d'exploration en Indo-Chine (official publication 1873 and 1885 edition, Hachette & Cie, Paris)

Laos and the hilltribes of Indochina : journeys to the Boloven Plateau, from Bassac to Hué through Laos, and to the origins of the Thai / F.J. Harmand ; translation and introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok   : White Lotus Press, c1997.( DS 555 .36 .H3613x 1997) ill
  Originally published as Le Laos et les populations sauvages de l'Indochine in Le Tour de Monde, vol. 38, no. 965-967, pp. 1-48; vol. 39, no. 1006-1010, pp. 241-320, 1878-79, Paris.

Travels in Cambodia and part of Laos : the Mekong Exploration Commission report (1866-1868), volume 1 / Francis Garnier ; translated and with an introduction by Walter E.J. Tips.   Bangkok : White Lotus Press, c1996. (DS 534 .G23 T7 1996) ill

Travels on the Mekong : Cambodia, Laos and Yunnan, the political and trade report of the Mekong Exploration Commission (June 1866-June 1868) / Louis de Carné. Bangkok : White Lotus, c1995. (DS 524 .C28 1995) ill

The French in Indo-China : with a narrative of Garnier's explorations in Cochin-China, Annam and Tonquin / preface by Dean Meyers. Bangkok : White Lotus, c1994. Bangkok : White Lotus, c1994. (DS 534 .F87 1994) ill
  First published by T. Nelson ... Edinburgh, 1884. Reprinted... in reformatted form with a new preface.

Travels in Siam, Cambodia, and Laos, 1858-1860 / by Henri Mouhot ; with an introduction by Michael Smithies. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1989. (DS524 .M92 1989a) ill
  Translation of: Voyage dans les royaumes de Siam, de Cambodge, de Laos.

Travels in the central parts of Indo-China (Siam), Cambodia, and Laos during the years 1858, 1859, and 1860 / by the late M. Henri Mouhot. Bangkok : White Lotus Co., 1986. (DS524 .M92 1986) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: London : J. Murray, 1864.

Diary: travels in the central parts of Siam, Cambodia, and Laos during the years 1858-61 / Henri Mouhot; Abridged and edited by Christopher Pym. Kuala Lumpur, New   York, Oxford University Press, 1966. (DS524 .M92 1966) ill
  Translation of Voyage dans les royaumes de Siam, de Cambodge, de Laos (1868)

Three kingdoms of Indo-China / by Harold J. Coolidge and Theodore Roosevelt ; with illustrations from photographs by the authors and R.W. Hendee. New York : Thomas Y. Crowell, [c1933] (Annex DS534 .C77) ill

A wanderer in Indo-China : the chronicle of a journey through Annam, Tong-King, Laos, and Cambodia, with some account of their people / Hermann Norden. London : H.F. & G. Witherby, [1931] (DS534 .N82) ill

Four faces of Siva : the detective story of a vanished race / by Robert J. Casey. New York :   Blue Ribbon Books, 1929.( DS558.A6 C33) ill

Paul Hartmann, collector, Hartmann collection on Indochina (Archives 4298)
  The Hartmann Collection is a compilation of photographs, illustrations from books and magazines, and a few printed articles. The main focus of the collection is Vietnam, but there is material on Cambodia and Laos, as well as a few items on Burma and Thailand. Historical materials emphasize the colonial period; there are a number of illustrations taken from books and periodicals about the colonization of Vietnam and Cambodia by the French in the 19th century. Numerous photographs of individuals can be found; of particular interest are an extensive collection of portraits of Vietnamese and Cambodian monarchs from the colonial period and a wide and (generally) well-labelled selection of pictures showing the many different ethnic groups in Vietnam.

The French in Indo-China : with a narrative of Garnier's explorations in Cochin-China, Annam, and Tonquin. London ; New York : Nelson, 1884.
  (Annex DS534 .F87) ill

Travels in the central parts of Indo-China (Siam), Cambodia, and Laos, during the years 1858, 1859, and 1860 / by the late Henri Mouhot. London : J. Murray, 1864. (Asia Rare   DS524 .M92) ill

Indonesia/East Indies

Travels in the East Indian Archipelago / by Albert S. Bickmore ; with an introduction by John Bastin. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1991. (DS 601 .B58 1991)   ill
  Originally published: New York : D. Appleton, 1869. With new introduction.

A journey among the peoples of Central Borneo in word and picture / H.F. Tillema ; edited and with an introduction by Victor T. King under   the auspices of the Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde, Leiden. Singapore ; New   York : Oxford University Press, 1989. (+ DS646.3 .T57 1989) ill
  Translation of: Apo-Kajan, een filmreis naar en door Centraal-Borneo (1938)

Bali 1912 / photographs and reports by Gregor Krause ; [translation from German by W.H. Mabbett]. Wellington, New Zealand : January Books, 1988.
(+ DS647.B2 K912 1988) ill
First published by Folkwang-Verlag GmbH, Hagen, Germany, in two volumes in 1920, and in a one-volume condensed edition in 1922

Thomas Barnes' expedition to Kerinci in 1818 / edited, annotated, and with an introduction by J. Kathirithamby- Wells. Canterbury : University of Kent at Canterbury, Centre of South-East Asian Studies, 1986. (+ DS646.15.K39 B26 )

Voyages & travels to the East Indies, 1653-1670 / Johan Nieuhof ; with an introduction by Anthony Reid. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1988. (+ DS411.1 .N67 1988) ill
Translated from: Gedenkwaerdige Zee en Lantreize door de voornaemste landschappen van West en Oost Indien.
Facsimile reprint of the second part of the 1732 edition of: Mr John Nieuhoff's remarkable voyages & travels into ye best provinces of ye West and East Indies, published in v. 2 of Awnsham Churchill's A collection of voyages and travels.

The head-hunters of Borneo : a narrative of travel up the Mahakkam and down the Barito : also, journeyings in Sumatra / by Carl Bock ; with an introduction by R.H.W. Reece. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1985. (+ DS 646 .3 .B66 H4 1985) ill
  First published by Sampson Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, London, 1881

Java, facts and fancies / by Augusta de Wit. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1984. (DS646.2 .W81 1984) ill
  First published by W.P. van Stockum, The Hague, 1912

Java, the garden of the East / by Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1984. (DS646.2 .S41 1984) ill
  Reprint. Originally   published : New York : Century Co., 1899, c1897.

Acheen and the ports on the north and east coasts of Sumatra. / John Anderson ; with an introd. by A. J. S. Reid. Kuala Lumpur, Oxford   University Press, 1971. (DS646.1.A85 A2 1971) ill
  Reprint of the 1840 ed., with a new introd.

The eastern seas / G. W. (George Windsor) Earl ; with an introd. by C. M. Turnbull. Singapore, New York, Oxford University Press, 1971. (DS507 .E12 1971) ill
  Reprint of the 1837 ed.

An historical description of the kingdom of Macasar in the East Indies : In three books / Nicolas Gervaise. London : Rose and Crown, 1701; [Farnborough, Eng. : Gregg International,   1971. (Asia Rare DS646.4 .G38 1701)
  (Annex DS646.4 .G38 1701a)
  Translation of: Description historique du Royaume de Macaçar (1688)

Mission to the east coast of Sumatra in 1823 / John Anderson ; with an introd. by Nicholas Tarling. Kuala Lumpur, New York, Oxford University Press, 1971. (DS646.1 .A85 1971)
  Reprint of the 1826 ed. with a new introduction.

A voyage to New Guinea and the Moluccas, 1774-1776 / Thomas Forrest ; with an introd. by D. K. Bassett. Kuala Lumpur, New York,   Oxford University Press, 1969. (+ DS601 .F72 1969) ill
  Reprint of the 1780 ed. with Bassett's introduction added.

Voyages to the East-Indies / by J. S. Stavorinus; translated from Dutch by S. H. Wilcocke, 1798. London, Dawsons, 1969. (DS411.1 .S79 1798a) ill
  Facsimile reprint   of 1st ed., London, G. G. and J. Robinson, 1798.

Journal of a tour, along the coast of Java and Bali ... [microform]. Singapore : Printed at Mission Press, 1830. (Asia Microforms   Film 3156)

Sabang to Balikpapan, a missionary journey through the Netherlands Indies on the eve of war / by Alexander McLeish. London ; New York : World Dominion Press, [1946] (Annex BV3340 .M16) ill

In Javanese waters; some sidelights on a few of the countless lovely, little known islands scattered over the Banda sea & some glimpses of their strange & stormy history / by H. W. Ponder. London, Seeley, Service & co. ltd. [1944]
  (Annex DS619 .P79) ill

The house in the rain forest / Charis Crockett. Boston, Houghton Mifflin company, 1942. (Annex DU744   .C93) ill
  [Irian Jaya]

Cannibals and orchids / by Leona Miller (Mrs. Charles "Cannibal" Miller). New York : Sheridan House, [c1941] (DU744 .M642) ill

Netherlands East-India, land of sacred rest, "the girdle of emerald" / picture album with twelve colour-reproductions in the original colours from paintings by L.J. Eland ; with descriptive letter-press by Johan Koning ; English translation by Miss P.W. Wevers. The Hague, Holland : Mortelmans, [1939?] (Annex ++ DS619 .E37 1939a) ill
  Translation of: Nederlandsch Oost-Indië, land van gewijde rust, "de gordel van smaragd."   (1939)

In the East my pleasure lies / by Theodora Benson. London : W. Heinemann, 1938. (Annex DS619 .B47) ill

The land of the red bird / by Evelyn Cheesman. London, H. Joseph, limited [1938] (Annex DU744 .C51) ill
  [Irian Jaya]

Makassar sailing / George   Ernest Patrick Collins. London : J. Cape, [1937]
  (Annex DS646.4 .C71) ill

A compendium of the East : being an account of voyages to the Grand Indies made by the Sieur Jean de Lacombe, of Querçy, formerly Captain at arms in the service of the Company of the Indies of Holland / now published for the first time <from the Bordeaux manuscript of 1681> in an English translation by Stephanie & Denis Clark ; edited, with an introduction and notes, by   Ashley Gibson. Contemporary engravings of the principal places visited reproduced   from Schultzen's Ost-indische reyse <Amsterdam, 1676>. London : Printed   and published in Great Britain by the Golden Cockerel Press, 1937. (Annex   + DS411.1 .L14) ill
  [not sure if covers present-day Indonesia]

Tropic fever; the adventures of a planter in Sumatra / by Ladislao Székely; translated by   Marion Saunders. New York, London, Harper & brothers, 1937. (DS646.1   .S99 1937 and 1936 ed.: DS646.1 .S99 1936) ill
  Translation of Oserdoktol az ultetvényekig.

Zest for life; recollections of a philosophic traveller / Johan Woller ; translated from the Danish by Claude Napier. New York, A.A. Knopf, 1937.
  (Annex G 490 .W84 F7 1937b)

East monsoon / by G.E.P. Collins. London : J. Cape, [1936] (Annex DS619 .C71) ill

Jungle woman : the amazing experiences of Mrs. Frances Yeager, first white woman to live in the Sumatra jungle / by Frances Yeager and Eli Colter. New York ; London : D. Appleton-Century Co., Inc., 1935. (Annex DS646.1 .Y37) ill

The Netherlands Indies / by Joh. Rauws ... [et al.]. London, New York, World Dominion Press, 1935. (BV3340 .R25) ill
  Relates chiefly to missionary work.

South seas / by Hugo Adolf Bernatzik ; translated from the German by Vivian Ogilvie. New York,   H. Holt and Company, [c1935] (DU22 .B52 1935) ill
  Translation of  Sudsee (1934) [Bali, New Guinea]

Bali : enchanted isle : a travel book / by Helen Eva Yates ; with 23 illustrations. London : George Allen & Unwin, [1934] (DS 647 .B2 Y32 1934a) ill

Islands under the wind / by Hassoldt Davis. London, New York [etc.] Longmans, Green and co., 1933. (Annex DU870 .D35) ill   [Bali]

Kachalola; or, the early life and adventures of Sidney Spencer Broomfield / related by himself. London, P. Davies [1930] (Annex G490 .B87 1930) ill

A new account of the East Indies / by Alexander Hamilton, with numerous maps & illustrations; now edited, with introduction and notes, by Sir William Foster. London, The Argonaut press, 1930. (Annex + DS411 .H21) ill

The East Indies : giving a description of the native population of Netherlands-India and of its civilization / by J. C. Lamster ; translated by Fay Cooper Cole. Haarlem, Holland : Issued by Droste's Cocoa and Chocolate Manufactory, [1929] (Asia Rare ++ DS619   .L24 1929) ill
  Translation of: Indië : gevende eene beschrijving van de inheemsche bevolking van Nederlandsch-Indië en van hare beschaving (1928)

In Java, and the neighboring islands of the Dutch East Indies / by John C. Van Dyke. New York ; London : C. Scribner's Sons, 1929. (Annex DS619 .V21) ill

Voyages to the East Indies / [by] Christopher Fryke and Christopher Schweitzer ; with introduction and notes by C. Ernest Fayle ; with 8 half-tone plates. London : Cassell   & Co. Ltd., [1929] (Annex DS411.1 .F89 1929) ill
  "Frick and Schweitzer originally published their travels in German. They appeared as: Christoph. Schweitzers Wurttemb. journal-und-tage-buch seiner sechs jahrigen ost indienischen reise, Tübingen, 1688; and Christoff Frikens Ost indienische räysen und kriegs-dienste, Ulm, 1692. In 1694, a Dutch translation of both books, by S. de Vries, was published at Amsterdam, in a volume which includes also the travels of Elias Hesse in the East Indies, and was entitled: Drie seer senmercklijcke reysen nae en door veelerley gewesten in Oost-Indien. S.L.'s translation [A relation of two several voyages made into the East Indies] of 1700, here reproduced, was made from the Dutch version"-- Introd.

An artist in the tropics / by Jan Poortenaar ; translated from the Dutch by Horace Shipp in collaboration with the author ; with a foreword by Frank Brangwyn. Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott, [1927?] (+ DS601 .P82 1927b and 1989 ed: DS601.P82 1989) ill
  Translation of: Een kunstreis in de tropen.

An artist in the tropics / Jan Poortenaar. London, S. Low, Marston & co., ltd. [1927] (Asia Rare   + DS 601 .P82) ill
  Translation of: Een kunstreis in de tropen.

The further venture book / by Elinor Mordaunt ; illustrated with sketches and photographs by the   author. New York : Century, 1927. (Annex DS619 .M83 1927) ill

Islands of Queen Wilhelmina / by Violet Clifton of Lytham ...with an introd. by Lord Dunsany. London   : Constable, 1927. (Annex DS619 .C63) ill

Bali, the undiscovered isle / with sixty one photos. by the author (Myron Zobel). New York, 1926. (+   DS646.2 .Z83) ill

Bandoeng : the mountain city of Netherlands India / S.A. Reitsma. Weltevreden : G. Kolff, [1926?] (Pamphlet DS Indonesia 6) ill

West of the Pacific / by Ellsworth Huntington. New York, London, C. Scribner's sons, 1925. (Annex DS508 .H94) ill

Eastward / by Louis Couperus ... translated by J. Menzies-Wilson and C.C. Crispin ; with frontispiece and thirty-six and other illustrations. London : Hurst & Blackett, Ltd., 1924. (DS619 .C85 1924) ill
  Translation of Oostwaarts (1924)

The isle of vanishing men : a narrative of adventure in cannibal-land / by W.F. Alder, illustrated with photographs by the author. New York : Century Co., 1922. (Annex GN671.N5 A75) ill
  [Irian Jaya]

A trip through the Dutch East Indies / A. J. Gouda Barnouw : Doch and Knuttel, 192? (DS619 .B25) ill

The pagan tribes of Borneo; a description of their physical, moral and intellectual condition, with some discussion of their ethnic relations / by Charles Hose ... and William McDougall ... with an appendix on the physical characters of the races of Borneo, by A. C. Haddon ...Hose, Charles, 1863-1929.

Java : past & present : a description of the most beautiful country in the world, its ancient   history, people, antiquities, and products / by Donald Maclaine Campbell. London : W. Heinemann, 1915. (Asia Rare + DS 646 .18 .C17) ill

Java and her neighbours; a traveller's notes in Java, Celebes, the Moluccas and Sumatra / by   Arthur S. Walcott; with 78 illustrations and a map. New York, London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1914. (Annex DS619 .W15) ill

A journey to Java / by M. McMillan, with 34 illustrations. London : Holden & Hardingham, [1914?] (Annex DS646.2 .M16) ill

Java / with 12 full-page illus. in colour by Hugo V. Pederson. London : A. & C. Black, 1912.   (Annex DS646.2 .S32) ill

Java, facts and fancies / Augusta de Wit ; with 160 illustrations. The Hague : W.P. Van Stockum, 1912. (Annex DS646.2 .W81 1912) ill
 
Scented isles and coral gardens : Torres Straits, German New Guinea, and the Dutch East Indies / C.D. Mackellar, C. D. London : Murray, 1912.   (DU22 .M15)

Across the equator : a holiday trip in Java / by Thos. H. Reid. Singapore : Kelly & Walsh, 1908.   (Annex DS646.2 .R35) ill

The East and West Indian mirror : being an account of Joris van Spilbergen's voyage round the world (1614-1617), and the Australian navigations of Jacob Le Marie / translated, with notes and an introduction, by J.A.J. DeVilliers ... London : Printed   for the Hakluyt Sciety, 1906. (Annex G161 .H16 no.18) ill
  Translation of the Dutch edition "Oost ende West-Indische spiegel ..." Leyden, 1619, which contains the journal of Le Maire's voyage--generally known as Schouten's   journal—in abridged form.

My travels in China, Japan and Java, 1903 / by Raja-i-Rajgan Jagatjit Singh of Kapurthala. London : Hutchinson, 1905. (Annex DS508 .J24) ill

From jungle to Java : the trivial impresssions of a short excursion to Netherlands India / by Arthur Keyser ... Westminster [London] : Roxburghe Press, Ltd., [1897] (Annex   DS646.2 .K44) ill

Java, the garden of the East / Eliza Ruhamah Scidmore. New York, Century, 1897. (Annex DS646.2 .S41 1897) ill

A visit to Java with an account of the founding of Singapore / by W. Basil Worsfold. London : R. Bentley, 1893. (Annex DS646.2 .W93) ill

Java, the pearl of the East / by S.J. Higginson ; with a map of the island. Boston ; New York : Houghton, Mifflin & Co., [c1890] (DS646.2 .H63)

A naturalist in north Celebes : a narrative of travels in Minahassa, the Sangir and Talaut Islands, with notices of the fauna, flora and ethnology of the districts visited / by Sydney J. Hickson. London : J. Murray, 1889. (Asia Rare DS 601 .H63) ill

The voyage of François Payard of Laval to the East Indies, the Maldives, the Moluccas and Brazil / tr. into English from the third French edition of 1619, and ed., with notes, by Albert Gray ... assisted by H.C.P. Bell ... London : Printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1887-1890. (Annex G 161 .H15 no.76, etc.) ill
  First published with title: Discours du voyage des François aux Indes Orientales ... par Franc. Payard. Paris, 1611.

The head-hunters of Borneo : a narrative of travel up the Mahakkam and down the Barito ; also, Journeyings in Sumatra / by Carl Bock ... London : S. Low, Marston, Searle, &   Rivington, 1881. (Asia Rare + DS646.3.B66 H4) ill

China and Japan, and a voyage thither: an account of a cruise in the waters of the East Indies, China, and Japan / by James B. Lawrence. Hartford, Press of Case, Lockwood   & Brainard, 1870. (Annex DS507 .L42) ill

Travels in the East Indian Archipelago / by Albert S. Bickmore. New York : Appleton, 1869. (Asia   Rare DS 601 .B58 1869) Also: London, 1868
  (Asia Rare DS601 .B58) ill

A description of the coasts of East Africa and Malabar in the beginning of the sixteenth century / by Duarte Barbosa, a Portuguese ; tr. from an early Spanish manuscript   in the Barcelona Library ; with notes and a preface, by the Hon. Henry E.J.   Stanley. London : Printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1866.
  (Annex G161 .H15 no.35) ill

Jottings of an invalid in search of health, comprising a run through British India and a visit to Singapore and Java : a series of letters reprinted from the Times of India / by Tom Cringle [i.e. William Walker]. Bombay   : Times of India Office, 1865. (Annex DS413 .W18)

An account of the wild tribes inhabiting the Malayan Peninsula, Sumatra, and a few neighbouring islands, with A journey in Johore and A journey in the Menangkabaw states of the Malayan Peninsula / by the R. Favre. Paris, Printed at the Imperial Printing-office, 1865. (Asia Rare DS592 .F27)

Life in Java : with sketches of the Javanese / by William Barrington d'Almeida. London : Hurst and Blackett, 1864. (Asia Rare DS 646 .2 .D14) ill

The North Pacific surveying and exploring expedition : or, My last cruise, where we went and what we saw, being an account of visits to the Malay and Loo-Choo Islands, the coasts of China, Formosa, Japan, Kamtschatka, Siberia, and the mouth of the Amoor River / by A.W. Habersham. Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott ; London : Trübner, 1857. (Asia Rare DS507 .H11) ill

The prison of Weltevreden : and a glance at the East Indian Archipelago / by Walter M. Gibson ; illustrated from original sketches. New York : J. C. Riker, 1855. (Asia Rare DS619 .G45) ill

Narrative of events in Borneo and Celebes, down to the occupation of Labuan: from the journals of James Brooke, esq., Rajah of Sarawak, and governor of Labuan. Together with a narrative of the operations of H.M.S. Iris / by Captain Rodney Mundy,   R.N. With numerous plates, maps, charts, and woodcuts ... London, J. Murray,   1848. (Asia Rare DS646.36 .B866 1848) ill

Narrative of the surveying voyage of the H.M.S. Fly, commanded by Captain F.P. Blackwood, R.N. in Torres Strait, New Guinea, and other islands of the Eastern archipelago, during the years 1842-1846 ; together with an excursion into the interior of the eastern part of Java / By J. Beete Jukes... London, T. & W. Boone, 1847. (Annex DS601 .J93) ill

Voyages of the Dutch brig of war Dourga : through the southern and little-known parts of the Moluccan Archipelago, and along the previously unknown southern coast of New Guinea, performed during the years 1825 & 1826 / by D.H. Kolff, Jun. Luitenant ter Zee, 1e Klasse ... ; translated from the Dutch by George Windsor Earl. London : James Madden, & Co., Leadenhall Street, 1840. (Asia Rare DS619 .K81 1840) ill

Prospective missions in the Indian Archipelago. Sumatra, Bali, Nias, &c. / by the author of Conversations on the Sandwich Islands Mission [and others]. Boston : Massachusetts   Sabbath School Society, 1833. (Annex BV3340 .T96) ill

Mission to the east coast of Sumatra, in M.DCCC.XXIII, under the direction of the government of Prince of Wales island : including historical and descriptive sketches of the country, an account of the commerce, population, and the manners and customs of the inhabitants, and a visit to the Batta cannibal states in the interior / by John Anderson … Edinburgh : W. Blackwood, 1826. (Asia Rare DS646.1 .A85) ill

The history of Java. / By Thomas Stamford Raffles, Esq. ... ; In two volumes ... ; With a map   and plates. London : Printed for Black, Parbury, and Allen, Booksellers to the Hon. East-India Company ... and John Murray ... , 1817.
  (Asia Rare + DS 646 .2 .R13) ill

Memoir of the conquest of Java : with the subsequent operations of the British forces, in the Oriental archipelago ; to which is subjoined a statistical and historical sketch of Java with an account of its dependencies / by Major William Thorn. London : T. Egerton, 1815. (Asia Rare + DS646.27 .T49) ill

Sketch of Borneo / John Leyden. [Batavia : A.H. Hubbard, 1813]
  (Asia Rare + AS522 .B29 v.7,pt.11)

Sketches, civil and military, of the island of Java and its immediate dependencies : comprising interesting details of Batavia, and authentic particulars of the celebrated poison-tree / John Joseph Stockdale. London, 1812.
  (Asia Rare DS646.2 .S85 1812) ill

The history of Sumatra : containing an account of the government, laws, customs, and manners of the native inhabitants, with a description of the natural productions, and a   relation of the ancient political state of that island / by William Marsden. London : Printed for the author, by J. McCreery, 1811. (Asia Rare +++ DS646.1 .M36 1811) ill

The narrative of Captain David Woodard and four seamen : who lost their ship while in a boat at sea, and surrendered themselves up to the Malays in the island of Celebes; containing an interesting account of their sufferings from hungar and various hardships, and their escape from the Malays, after a captivity of two years and a half: also an account of the manners and customs of the country, and a description of the harbours and coast, &c. Together with an introduction, and an appendix, containing narratives of various escapes from shipwrecks, under great hardships and abstinence; holding out a valuable seaman's guide, and the importance of union, confidence, and perseverance, in the midst of distress / D. N. (David N.) Woodard. London : Printed for J. Johnson, 1805. (Asia Rare DS646.4 .W88 1805) [also: London, J. Johnson, 1804 (Asia Rare DS646.4 .W88)] ill

Travels in Europe, Africa, and Asia, made between the years 1770 and 1779 / by Charles Peter Thunberg. London : F. and C. Rivington, 1795. (Asia Rare DS808 .T53) ill [v. 2 and v. 4 travel to Java]

A voyage to the East Indies in 1747 and 1748 : containing an account of the islands of St. Helena and Java, of the city of Batavia, of the government and political conduct of the Dutch, of the empire of China, with a particular description of Canton / Noble, Charles Frederick. London : T. Becket and P.A. Dehondt, 1762.
  (Asia Rare DS506 .N74) ill

A voyage to and from the island of Borneo, in the East Indies : with a description of the said island: giving an account of the inhabitants, their manners, customs, religion, product, chief ports, and trade. Together with the re-establishment of the English trade there, an. 1714, after our factory had been destroyed by the Banjareens some years before. Also a description of the islands of Canary, Cape Verd, Java, Madura; of the streights of Bally, the Cape of Good Hope, the Hottentots, the island of St. Helena, Ascension, &c. The whole very pleasant and very useful to such as shall have occasion to go into those   parts. Illustrated with several curious maps and cuts / Daniel Beeckman. London : Printed for T. Warner at the Black Boy, and J. Batley at the Dove, in Pater-noster-Row, 1718. (Asia Rare DS646.3 .B41 1718) ill

A relation of two several voyages made into the East Indies by Christopher Fryke and Christopher Schewitzer [microform] : the whole containing an exact account of the customs, dispositions, manners, religion, &c. of the several kingdoms and dominions in those parts of the world in general : but in a more particular manner, describing those countries which are under the power and government of the Dutch / Christoph Frick ; done out of the Dutch by S.L . London : For printed D. Brown [and 6 others], 1700. (Olin   Film 1297 1034:21)

A new voyage to the East-Indies in the years 1690 and 1691 [microform] : being a full description of the isles of Maldives, Cicos, Andamants, and the Isle of Ascention ... / by Monsieur Duquesne ; to which is added, a new description of the Canary Islands, Cape Verd, Senegal, and Gambia, &c. ; illustrated with sculptures, together with a new map of the Indies, and another of the Canaries ; done into English from the Paris edition. London : Printed for Daniel Dring ..., 1696.
  (Olin Film 1297 141:11) ill

A new voyage to the East-Indies [microform] : containing an account of several of those rich countries, and more particularly of the kingdome of Bantam : giving an exact relation of the extent of that monarch's dominions, the religion, manners and customes   of the inhabitants, their commerce, and the product of the country : and likewise a faithful narrative of the kingdome of Siam, of the Isles of Japan and Madagascar, and of several other places, with such new discoveries as were never yet made by any other traveller / by Mr. Glanius. London : Printed for H. Rodes ..., 1682. (Olin Film 1297 762:13) ill [also: 2nd ed (Olin Film 1297 1671:4)]

A voyage to the East-Indies [microform] : giving an account of the Isles of Madagascar, and Mascareigne, of Suratte, the coast of Malabar, of Goa, Gameron, Ormus : as also A treatise   of the distempers peculiar to the eastern countries : to which is annexed an abstract of Monsieur de Rennefort's History of the East-Indies, with   his propositions for the improvement of the East-India Company / written originally in French by Mr. Dellon ... London : Printed for D. Browne ..., A. Roper ..., and T. Leigh ..., 1698. (Olin Film 1297 180:1 622:4)
  Translation by Jodocus Crull of: Relation d'un voyage des Indes orientales.

True report of the gainefull, prosperous and speedy voiage to Iaua in the East Indies, performed by a fleete of eight ships of Amsterdam [microform] : which set forth from Texell in Holland, the first of Maie 1598, Stilo   Nouo, whereof foure returned againe the 19. of Iuly anno 1599. in lesse than 15. moneths, the other foure went forward from Iaua for the Moluccas. At London : Printed by P.S. for W. Aspley, and are to be sold at the signe   of the Tygers head in Paules Church-yard, [1599?] (Olin Film 470 1728:15)

The history of Trauayle in the VVest and East Indies, and other countreys lying eyther way, towardes the fruitfull and ryche Moluccaes. As Moscouia, Persia, Arabia, Syria, AEgypte, Ethiopia, Guinea, China in Cathayo, and Giapan: VVith a discourse of the   Northwest passage. In the hande of our Lorde be all the corners of the earth / gathered in parte, and done into Englyshe by Richarde Eden. Imprinted at London : By Richarde Iugge., 1577. (Rare E141 .E22 1577)
  First published in 1555.

Laos

A new and interesting description of the Lao kingdom (1642-1648) / G. F. de Marini ; translation by Walter E. J. Tips and Claudio Bertuccio ; edited by Luigi Bressan. Bangkok : White Lotus Press, 1998. (DS 559 .92 .T5 M373x 1998) ill
  Translation of: Delle missioni de' padri della Compagnia di Giesu (1665)

Travels in upper Laos and Siam : with an account of the Chinese Haw invasion and Puan resistance / P. Neis ; translation and introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. (DS 555 .382   .N44w 1997) ill
  Translation of: Voyage dans le Haut Laos (1880)

Further travels in Laos and in Yunnan : the Mekong Exploration Commission report (1866-1868), volume 2 / Francis Garnier ; translated and with an introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok : White Lotus Press, c1996. (DS 534 .G23 F9 1996) ill
  Parts of this volume were originally published in various issues of Le tour du monde, 1869-1871 and in F. Garnier, Voyage d'exploration en Indo-Chine, 1885, Hachette & Cie, Paris.

In Laos and Siam / Marthe Bassenne ; translation and introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok : White Lotus, c1995. (DS 555 .36 .B383w 1995) ill
  Originally published as Au Laos et Au Siam, 1912, Marthe Bassenne in Le Tour du Monde, Vol. 18 N.S., Paris.

Travels in Laos : the fate of the Sip Song Pana and Muong Sing (1894-1896) / E. Lefèvre ; translation and introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok : White Lotus, 1995. (DS 557 .L2 L48 1995) ill
  Translation of: Un voyage au Laos (1898)

Temples and elephants : the narrative of a journey of exploration through upper Siam and Lao / by Carl Bock. Bangkok, Thailand : White Orchid Press, 1985. (DS565 .B66   1985) ill
  Translation of: Templer og elefanter (1884)
  Reprint. Original English translation published: London : S. Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1884.

The Laos of North Siam / by Lillian Johnson Curtis, with introduction by Robert E. Speer ; illustrated from photographs taken by the author. Philadelphia : Westminster Press,   1903.( DS560 .C97) ill

Temples and elephants : the narrative of a journey of exploration through upper Siam and Lao / by Carl Bock. London : S. Low, 1884. (Asia Rare DS565 .B66) ill

Malay Archipelago

The experiences of a hunter and naturalist in the Malay Peninsula and Borneo / William T. Hornaday ; with an introduction by J.M. Gullick. Kuala Lumpur ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1993.( DS 592 .4 .H67x 1993) ill
  Originally published: Two years in the jungle, parts 3 and 4. New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1885.

Sketches of our life at Sarawak / by Harriette McDougall ; with an introduction by R.H.W. Reece and A.J.M. Saint. Singapore : Oxford University Press, 1992. (BV3390.S3 M13 1992) ill

The expedition to Borneo of HMS Dido / by Henry Keppel ; with an introduction by R.H.W. Reece. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1991. 
  (DS646.3 .K38 1991)
  "With extracts from the journal of James Brooke, Esq., of Sarawak"
  Reprint. Originally published: The expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido for the suppression of piracy. 2nd ed. London : Chapman and Hall, 1846.

The exploration of Kina Balu / John Whitehead. Singapore : G. Brash, 1991.
  (++ DS 597 .34 .K5 W477z 1991) ill
  First published 1893.

Ten years in Sarawak / by Charles Brooke ; with a transcription of the journal of Charles Brooke, September 1866-July 1868 and an introduction by R.H.W. Reece. Singapore   ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1990. (DS646.36 .B86 1990) ill

In court and kampung / Hugh Clifford. Rev. ed. Singapore : G. Brash, 1989. (Annex DS 592 .C63   I3 1989) ill
  Originally published:   1897.

A naturalist's wanderings in the Eastern Archipelago / Henry O. Forbes ; with an introduction by the Earl of Cranbrook. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1989. (DS619 .F69 1989) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: New York : Harper, 1885.

Political and commercial considerations relative to the Malayan Peninsula and the British Settlements in the Straits of Malacca / by John Anderson ; with an introduction   by J.S. Bastin. [Kuala Lumpur] : MBRAS, c1989. (+ DS592 .A86 1989)
  Facsimile reprint. Originally published: Prince of Wales Island [Pinang] : W. Cox, 1824. With new introd.

Forest life and adventures in the Malay Archipelago / by Eric Mjöberg ; translated from the Swedish by A. Barwell. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1988. (QH186 .M68 1988) ill
  Translation of: I tropikernas villande urskogar : äventyr och upplevelser i Nederländska   Indien (1928)

Natural man : a record from Borneo / by Charles Hose ; with a preface by G. Elliot Smith ; and an introduction by Brian Durrans. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1988. (DS646.3.H82   N2 1988) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: London : Macmillan, 1926.

Six years in the Malay jungle / by Carveth Wells ; with a preface by Frederic Augustus Lucas. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1988. (DS592 .W45 1988) ill
  Previously published: New York : Doubleday, 1925.

Forest life and adventures in the Malay Archipelago / by Eric Mjöberg ; translated from the Swedish by A. Barwell. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1988. (QH186 .M68 1988) ill
  Translation of: I tropikernas villande urskogar (1928).

Rambles in Java and the Straits in 1852 / by "Bengal Civilian" (Charles Walter Kinloch). Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1987.
  (DS646.2 .Z66 1987) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: De zieke reiziger, or, Rambles in Java and the Straits in 1852. London : Simpkin, Marshall and Co., 1853.

The blockade of Kedah in 1838 : a midshipman's exploits in Malayan waters / by Sherard Osborn ; with an introduction by J.M. Gullick. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1987. (DS598.K28 O81 1987) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: Quedah. London : Longman, 1857.

Unbeaten tracks in islands of the Far East : experiences of a naturalist's wife in the 1880s / Anna Forbes. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1987. (DS601   .F69 1987) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: Insulinde. Edinburgh : Blackwood, 1887.

The sarong and the kris / by H.L.H. Harrison. Kuala Lumpur : Vinpress, c1986. (DS592 .H33 1986)   ill [WWII] [also: Lymington, Nautical Publishing Company in association with Harrap, London, 1969.( DS592 .H33)]

The Malay Archipelago : the land of the orang-utan, and the bird of paradise / by Alfred Russel Wallace ; with an introduction by John Bastin. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1986. (DS601 .W18 1986) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: New York : Harper & Brothers, 1869.

The field-book of a jungle-wallah : being a description of shore, river and forest life in Sarawak / by Charles Hose. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1985.   (QH185 .H82 1985) ill
  First published by H.F. & G. Witherby, London, 1929

Glimpses into life in Malayan lands / by John Rurnbull Thomson ; with an introduction and annotations by John Hall-Jones. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1984. (DS507 .T48 1984) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: Some glimpses into life in the Far East. London : Richardson, 1864.

A journal in the Federal capital / George L. Peet. [Singapore] : Published for the Council of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society by Times Books International, [1983] (DS592.5 .P37) ill [1930s]

The voyages of Mohamed Ibrahim Munshi / translated, with an introd. and notes, by Amin Sweeney and Nigel Phillips. Kuala Lumpur ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1975. (DS592.4 .M69 1975) ill   [1870s]
  Translation of Kesah pelayaran Mohamed Ibrahim Munshi.

A journall ... by eight shippes of Amsterdam / Jacob van Neck. Amsterdam : Theatrum Orbis Terrarum; Norwood, N. J. : W. J. Johnson, 1974.
  (DS411.1 .N36 1601a)
  Translation of Journael ofte dagh-register. Photoprint ed. Includes original t.p.: The journall, or dayly register, containing a true manifestation, and historicall declaration of the voyage, accomplished by eight shippes of Amsterdam, under the conduct of Jacob Corneliszen Neck Admirall, & Wybrandt vanWarwick vice Admirall, which sailed from Amsterdam the first day of March, 1598 ... imprinted at London for Cuthbert Burby & John Flasket ... 1601. "S.T.C. no. 18417."

The Chersonese with the gilding off / Emily Innes; with an introd. by Khoo Kay Kim. Kuala Lumpur, New York, Oxford University Press, 1974. (DS595.6 .I58 1974) ill
  Reprint of the 1885 ed. published by R. Bentley, London.

Cameos of the old federated Malay Straits [i.e. States] and Straits Settlements / Clifton Wright. Ilfracombe, Stockwell, 1972. (DS592 .W95) ill
  "Originally the contents of these articles were contained in letters written home….They   were subsequently printed in the Malay Mail (Ipoh 1921), Chambers Journal, The Linguist & Traveller, Cape Times, Capetown, The Melbourne Age, Australia and broadcast over the 2YA Radio Station of Wellington, New Zealand."

The expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido for the suppression of piracy; [with extracts from the journal of James Brooke]. 3rd ed., new impression.  London, Cass, 1968. 
  (DS646.3 .K38 1968)
  First published in 1847.

The golden chersonese and the way thither / Isabella L. Bird. With an introd. by Wang Gungwu. Kuala Lumpur, New york, Oxford University Press, 1967.
  (DS 592 .B62 1967) ill
  Reprint of the 1883 ed.

The Malay Archipelago, the land of the orang-utan and the bird of paradise; a narrative of travel, with studies of man and nature / by Alfred Russel Wallace. New York, Dover Publications, [1962] (DS 601 .W18 1962) ill
  "Unabridged republication of the last revised edition ... first published in 1869."

Where monsoons meet : the story of Malaya in the form of an anthology / Donald Moore, ed. London : G.G. Harrap, [1956]. (DS592 .M82) ill
  [contains excerpts of travellers’ accounts]

The more fool I : a piece of autobiography / by Michael P. O'Connor. Dublin : M.F. Moynihan, 1954. (CT808.O18 A3) ill

The voyage of Abdullah : [from Singapore to Kelantan in A. D. 1838] / a translation from the Malay by A.E. Coope. ; with notes and appendices. Singapore : Printed by the Malaya Publishing House, 1949. (DS593 .A72 1949)

The lights of Singapore / Roland Braddell. 6th ed. London : Methuen, [1947] (DS598.S6 B79 1947)   ill

Islands of the East Indies / by Hawthorne Daniel ; with six maps by Lucien G. Picard. New York : Putnam,   c1944. (DS601 .D18) ill

Sol over Malaya / Magna Toft. København : C. Allers, [1943]
  (Annex DS592 .T64)

All aboard for Singapore : a trip by Qantas flying boat from Sydney to Malaya / with Frank Clune. Sydney ; London : Angus and Robertson, Ltd., 1941.
  (Annex DS508 .C64) ill

Footprints in Malaya / by Sir Frank Swettenham. London ; New York : Hutchinson & Co., Ltd.,   [1942] (DS592.S97 F6) ill

North of Singapore / by Carveth Wells ... New York : R.M. McBride and Co., [c1940] (Annex DS508 .W45) ill

White blood drifts / by Ernest Carlton Phillips. Huntsville, Ont. : [s.n.], 1937. (Annex DS592.5 .P55) ill

Return to Malaya / Sir Robert Hamilton Bruce Lockhart. London, Putnam [1936] (Annex DS601 .L81) [also: New York : Putnam, 1936 ( Annex DS601 .L81 1936)]

The belle of Bali; being impressions of a pleasure cruise to the Dutch East Indies via Cochin, Colombo, Penang, and Singapore / By Ardaser Sorabjee N. Wadia. Illustrated with twenty photographs by the author. London, J. M. Dent and Sons, ltd. [1936]   (Annex DS647.B2 W12) ill

Versified glimpses of Malay / by S.G.H. Leyh. [Penang?] : Pinang Gazette Press, 1936. (Pamphlet DS Malaysia 122) ill

Return to Malaya / R.H. Bruce Lockhart. New York : Putnam, 1936.
  (Annex DS601 .L81 1936)

Walkabout : a journey in lands between the Pacific & Indian oceans / by Lord Moyne ; with an introduction by Dr. A.C. Haddon, F.R.S., and an appendix by Dr. A.J.E. Cave ; illustrated from photographs by Lady Broughton. London & Toronto : W. Heinemann Ltd., 1936. (Annex DS601 .M93) ill
  "The story of a journey ... which had as its main objects the collection of ethnographical material for the British museum and live animals for the Zoo."--p.l.

The lights of Singapore / [by] Roland Braddell ; with 39 illustrations. London : Methuen & Co., Ltd., [1934] (Annex DS598.S6 B79) ill

Crossroads of the Java sea / by Hendrik De Leeuw. Garden City, NY : Garden City Pub. Co., [c1931] (DS601 .D27) ill

Magical Malaya / by Ambrose Pratt. Melbourne : Robertson & Mullens, 1931. (Annex DS592 .P91) ill

Forest life and adventures in the Malay Archipelago / by Dr. Eric Mjöberg, translated from the Swedish by A. Barwell. London : G. Allen & Unwin, [1930] (Annex   QH185 .M68) ill
  First published in Swedish under the title 'I tropikernas villande urskogar' at Stockholm in 1928.

The cruise of the Goodwill Ship : the log of a layman : being a descriptive narrative of the voyage of the Australian Goodwill and Trade Delegation in the Royal Dutch Packet Company's turbine steamship "Nieuw Holland," to Macassar, Samarang, Cheribon and Belawan Deli in the Netherlands Indies, and to Singapore, Penang, and British Malaya / Richard J. Moorehead. Melbourne : Ruskin Press,
  [193-?] ( DS619 .M82) ill

A tropical tapestry / by Hubert S. Banner...with decorations by Dorothy Hope-Falkner. London, T. Butterworth, limited [1929] (Annex DS592 .B21) ill
  "A series of sketches...bring before you some aspect of the Malay Peninsula and Archipelago which seemed either picturesque or otherwise meriting of attention."--Author's foreword

The Malay Peninsula and Archipelago / by Ashley Gibson ... illustrated by Barbara Shaw. London & Toronto, J. M. Dent and sons ltd. [1928]
  (Annex DS592 .G44) ill

In British Malaya to-day / by Richard J.H. Sidney ; with a map and many photographs by the author, and special line drawings by a Chinese artist, Ho Choo Chuan. London : Hutchinson & Co. Ltd., [1927] (Annex DS592 .S56) ill

Byways of the tropic seas : wanderings among the Solomons and in the Malay Archipelago / by Hermann Norden ; with sixty three photographs and two maps. London : H. F. & G. Witherby ; 1926. (Annex DU850 .N82) ill

Malay land, "Tanah Malayu" / R.J.H. Sidney. London : C. Palmer, c1926.
  (Annex DS592 .S56m) ill

Six years in the Malay jungle / by Carveth Wells. Garden City, New York, Doubleday, Page, 1925. (Annex DS592 .W45 1926) ill

Java and the East Indies : Java, Sumatra, Celebes, the Moluccas, New Guinea, Borneo, and the Malay Peninsula / by Frank G. Carpenter ... with 125 illustrations from original   photographs and two maps in colour. Garden City, NY : Doubleday, Page & Co., 1925. (Annex DS619 .C29 also 1923 ed: DS619 .C29 1923) ill

The Malay states / by   Philip C. Coote ; containing eight full- page illustrations in colour by Dorothea A.H. Aldworth. London : A. & C. Black, 1923.
  (Annex DS601 .C77) ill

Matahari; impressions of the Siamese-Malayan jungle / by H. O. Morgenthaler. New York, George H. Doran Company, 1923. (Annex DS568 .M84 1923) ill
  Translation of the German edition published in Zürich in 1921.

The book of Duárte Barbosa; an account of the countries bordering on the Indian Ocean and their inhabitants / written by Duarte Barbosa and completed about the year 1518 A.D. Translated from the Portuguese text, first published in 1812 A.D., by the Royal Acadamy   of Sciences at Lisbon, in Vol. II of its collection of documents regarding   the history and geography of the nations beyond the seas, and edited and annotated by Mansel Longworth Dames. London, Printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1918-1921. (Annex G161 .H16 no.44, etc. and Olin G 161 .H15 2nd ser.no.44,49) ill

The magic of Malaya / by Cuthbert Woodville Harrison. London, John Lane; New York, John Lane company, 1916. (Annex DS 592 .H31m)

Australasia and Malaysia / edited by Lewis Marsh. Glasgow : Blackie, 1915. (Annex DU104 .M36) ill
  Rambler travel books.

With eastern merchandise : a landsman's log of life on board a cargo boat to Malaya, China, Japan, etc. / Francis Edward Powell,. London : T. Murby, 1913. (Annex DS507 .P88) ill

The magic of Malaya / by Cuthbert Woodville Harrison. London : Bodley Head, [191-?] (DS592 .H31m 1916a)

Through the Malay Archipelago / Emily Richings. London, H. Drane   [1909?] (Annex DS 601 .R53 1909a)

Malaysia and the Pacific Archipelagoes / by F.H.H. Guillemard ; revised by A.H. Keane. 2nd   ed. London : E. Stanford, 1908. (Annex DU21 .G95 1908) ill

In Malay forests / Sir William George Maxwell. Edinburgh : London : Blackwood, 1907. (Annex SK247 .M46)

Two years in the jungle : the experiences of a hunter and naturalist in India, Ceylon, the Malay Peninsula and Borneo / William Temple Hornaday. 7th ed. New York : Scribner, 1904. (Annex DS507 .H81 1904) ill
  [also: 4th ed. (Asia   Rare DS507 .H81 1887)]

From the Himalayas to the equator; letters, sketches. and addresses, giving some account of a tour in India and Malaysia / by Cyrus D. Foss ... New York and Cincinnati,   Eaton & Mains, 1899. (Annex DS413 .F75) ill

Camping and tramping in Malaya : fifteen years' pioneering in the native states of the Malay Peninsula / by Ambrose B. Rathborne. London : S. Sonnenschein, 1898. (DS592 .R23) ill

Studies in brown humanity; being scrawls and smudges in sepia, white, and yellow / by Hugh Clifford ... London, G. Richards, 1898. (Annex DS592 .C63)
  Sixteen sketches descriptive of life in the Malay Peninsula.

Unaddressed letters / Sir Frank Athelstane Swettenham. London ; New York : J. Lane the Bodley Head, 1898. (DS592.S97 U5)

In court & kampong : being tales and sketches of native life in the Malay peninsula / Sir Hugh Charles Clifford. London : G. Richards, 1897.
  (Annex DS592.C63 I3)

A traveller's notes; or, Notes of a tour through India, Malaysia, Japan, Corea, the Australian colonies and new Zealand during the years 1891-1893, with map and photogravures, and also numerous illustrations from photographs by the author / James Herbert Veitch. Chelsea, J. Veitch & Sons, 1896.
  (Mann Library Hortorium SB39 .V42) ill

The peoples and politics of the Far East : travels and studies in the British, French, Spanish and Portuguese colonies, Siberia, China, Japan, Korea, Siam and Malaya /   by Henry Norman. New York : C. Scribner, 1895. (DS515 .N84) ill

In savage isles and settled lands : Malaysia, Australasia and Polynesia, 1888-1891 / by B.F.S. Baden-Powell. London : R. Bentley & Son, 1892. (DU21 .B13) ill

The cruise of the Marchesa to Kamschatka & New Guinea. With notices of Formosa, Liu-kiu, and various islands of the Malay archipelago / by F. H. H. Guillemard. With maps   and numerous woodcuts drawn by J. Keulemans, C. Whymper, and others, and engr. by Edward Whymper. 2d ed. London, J. Murray, 1889. (DS507 .G95 1889) ill [also: 1st   ed. London : J. Murray, 1886.
  (Annex DS507 .G95)

Insulinde : experiences of a naturalist's wife in the eastern archipelago. London ; Edinburgh : Wm. Blackwood & Sons, 1887.(Asia Rare DS601 .F69) ill

A trip into the Malay Peninsula, and a visit to the caves of Sungie Batu in Selangor : a paper read before the Portsmouth Literary and Scientific Society, session 1885-86 / J.E. Taylor. London : R. Clay and Sons, 1886. (Annex DS592 .T24)

The Chersonese with the gilding off / Emily Innes. London : R. Benteley & Son, 1885. (Asia Rare DS595.6 .I58) ill

Ten days in the jungle / by J. E. L. Boston : Cupples, Upham, 1885. (Annex DS592.P42 T28)

A naturalist's wanderings in the Eastern archipelago; a narrative of travel and exploration from 1878 to 1883 / by Henry O. Forbes. With numerous illus. from the author's sketches and descriptions by Mr. John B. Gibbs. New York, Harper, 1885.   (Annex DS619 .F69 and Asia Rare DS619 .F69) ill

The golden Chersonese and the way thither / by Isabella L. Bird. New York : Putnam, 1884. (DS592   .B62 1884) ill

The Malay Archipelago: the land of the orang-utan, and the bird of paradise. A narrative of travel, with studies of man and nature / by Alfred Russel Wallace ... New York, Harper & Brothers, 1869.(Asia Rare DS 601 .W18 1869) ill

Six months among the Malays, and a year in China / by Dr. Yvan. London : J. Blackwood, 1855. (Asia Rare DS507 .Y96) ill

A visit to the Indian archipelago, in H.M. Ship Maeander : with portions of the private journal of Sir James Brooke, K.C.B. / by Henry Keppel ; with illustrations by Oswald W. Brierley.   London : R. Bentley, 1853. (Annex + DS601 .K38) ill

The Chinaman abroad : an account of the Malayan Archipelago, particularly of Java / by Ong-tae-hae ; translated from the original by W.H. Medhurst. London : J. Snow, 1850. ( + DS618 .W24 1850a)

Borneo and the Indian Archipelago : with drawings of costume and scenery / by Frank S. Marryat. London : Longman, Brown, Green, and Longmans, 1848.
  (Asia Rare + DS646.3 .M36) ill

Narrative of the voyage of H. M. S. Samarang : during the years 1843-46 : employed surveying the islands of the Eastern archipelago : accompanied by a brief vocabulary of the principal languages / by Sir Edward Belcher ; with notes on the natural history of the islands by Arthur Adams. London : Reeve, Benham, and Reeve, 1848. (Asia   Rare DS 601 .B42) ill

Notes from a journal of research into the natural history of the countries visited during the voyage of H. M. S. Samarang : under the command of Captain Sir Edward Belcher / by Arthur Adams. London : Reeve, Benham & Reeve, 1848.
  (Annex QH11.S18 A21) ill
  Forms part of v. 2 of the Narrative of the voyage of H.M.S. Samarang, 1843-46, by Sir Edward Belcher.

The Indian Archipelago : its manners, arts, languages, religions and institutions / by James Rawson. New York : Carlton & Porter, 1847- (Asia Rare DS601 .R26) ill

The expedition to Borneo of H.M.S. Dido for the suppression of piracy : with extracts from the journal of James Brooke, esq., of Sarl-awak / by Henry Keppel. London : Chapman and Hall, 1846. (Asia Rare DS646.3 .K38 1846a) ill

The Claims of Japan and Malaysia upon Christendom : exhibited in notes of voyages made in 1837, from Canton, in the ship Morrison and brig Himmaleh, under direction of the owners. New York : E. French, 1839. (Annex DS507 .C58) ill

Notes made during the voyage of the Himmaleh in the Malay Archipelago / by G. Tradescant Lay. [New York, 1839] (Asia Rare DS601 .L42)
  Vol. 2 of the author's The claims of Japan and Malaysia upon Christendom.

Philippines

The gardens of the sun :  a naturalist's journal of Borneo and the Sulu Archipelago / by F.W. Burbidge ; with an introduction by Francis S.P. Ng. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1991. (DS 601 .B94 1991) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: London : J. Murray, 1880.

In the land of the head-hunters : being an account of a summer holiday in Baguio, 1924. Metro Manila, Philippines : Fullmoon Pub., c1991.(DS 689 .B2 I5x 1991)
  Based on the original manuscript which was discovered in 1977 ... in London by Filipino artist Benedicto Cabrera

William A.H. Allen papers : journal, 1866, May 30-Dec. 31 : trip around the world, Boston to Manila via Ireland, Portugal, Capetown, Ceylon, Malaya, Singapore, Balabac-Palawan. [1989?] (+ DS658 .A43)
  Consists solely of the Philippine portion of the voyage.

One week in the Philippines, November 1897 / by André Bellessort ; translated from the French by E. Aguilar Cruz. Manila : National Historical Institute, 1987. (DS658 .B44 1987) ill
  Translation of: Semaine aux Philippines

Luzon and Mindanao / by Duc d'Alençon ; tr. by E. Aguilar Cruz. Ermita, Manila : National Historical Institute, 1986. (DS658 .A36 1986) ill
  Translation of: Luçon et Mindanao (1870)

Recollections of a voyage to the Philippines / by J. de Man ; translated from the French by E. Aguilar Cruz. Manila : National Historical Institute, 1984.
  (DS658 .M26 1984) ill
  Translation of: Souvenirs d'un voyage aux îles Philippines (1875)

Journey to Majayjay / Paul P. de la Gironiere ; translated into English by E. Aguilar Cruz. Manila, Philippines : National Historical Institute, 1983.
  (+ DS658.L17 M6 1983) ill
  Translation of: Mœurs indiennes et quelques pensées philosophiques pendant un voyage à Majaijai (îles Philippines)

The treasure of Limahong : adventure in the Philippines / René Jouglet ; edited by Rodrigue Lévesque. Québec, Canada : Lévesque Publications, [198-]
  (DS659 .J86 1980) ill
  First appeared as: La ville perdue (The lost city) in Paris in 1936.

The half-way sun : life among the headhunters of the Philippines / by R. F. Barton. New York : AMS Press, 1978. (DS666.I15 B29 1978) ill
  Reprint of the 1930 ed. published by Brewer & Warren, New York.

The Philippines at the Spanish contact : some major accounts of early Filipino society and culture / edited by F. Landa Jocano. Manila : MCS Enterprises, 1975. (DS674 .P54)   ill
  [Pigafetta's account.--Loarca's   account.--Plasencia's account.--Chirino's account.--Colin's account.--The boxer's codex.]

Travel accounts of the Islands (1832-1858) / by Lafond de Lurcy, 1832 ... [et al.]. Manila : Filipiniana Book Guild, 1974. (DS674 .T771) ill
  [Lafond, G. Quinze ans de voyages autour du monde. [Translation of v.2, p.315-320: An economic plan]--Wilkes, C. Narrative of the U.S. Exploring Expedition. [Excerpts from v.5]--Marryat, F.S. Borneo and the archipelago.--Goncharav, I.Voyage of the frigate "Pallada."--Scherzer, K.v. Narrative of the circumnavigation of the globe...]

Status of the Philippines in 1800 / Joaquín Martínez de Zúñiga ; translated from the Spanish by Vicente del Carmen, with an introd. by Isacio Rodriguez. Manila, Filipiniana Book Guild, 1973. (DS658 .M38 1973) ill
  Translation of: Estadismo de la las Islas Filipinas

Adventures of a Frenchman in the Philippines / Paul P. de la Gironière. [Manila?] : Burke-Miailhe, 1972. (DS658 .L17 1972) ill
  Translation of: Aventures d'un gentilhomme breton aux iles Philippines (1855)

Travel accounts of the islands (1513-1787) / by Tomé Pires [and others]. Manila, Filipiniana Book Guild, 1971. (DS674 .T77) ill

Luzon and Palawan / Alfred Marche ; translated from the French by Carmen Ojeda and Jovita Castro. Pref. by Pierre Revol. Introd. by W. A. Burke-Miailhe. Manila, Filipiniana Book Guild, 1970. (Asia Rare DS658 .M31 1970) ill

The Philippines circa 1900: Philippine life in town and country / by James A. Le Roy. Yesterdays in the Philippines / by Joseph Earle Stevens. Manila, Filipiniana Book Guild, 1968.( DS655 .P55) ill
  Originally published 1905 and 1898.

Travels in the Philippines / Fedor Jagor. Manila, Filipiniana Book Guild, 1965. (DS658 .J24 1965) ill
  Translation of: Reisen in den Philippinen (1873)

A Britisher in the Philippines; or, The letters of Nicholas Loney / with an introd. by Margaret Hoskyn and biographical note by José Ma. Espino. Manila [National Library] 1964. (DS660 .L84) ill
  [mid-19th century]

Filipinos : pre-war Philippines essays / Walter Johnson Robb ; introd. by the author. Rizal : Printed in the Philippines by Arneta University Press, [1963]
  (DS659 .R63 1963)

A voyage to the Philippines / Giovanni Francesco Gemelli Careri ; with an introduction and notes by Mauro Garcia, and an appendix of the chapters of the Philippines in the Travels of Frey Sebastian Manrique. Manila, Filipiniana Book Guild, 1963. (DS674 .G32) ill [17th and 18th century]
  A voyage to the Philippines is a translation from the Italian of v. 5 Gemelli Careri's Giro del mondo.
  Travels of Frey Sebastian Manrique translation from the Spanish of Itinerario de las missiones del India Oriental (1653)

Twenty years in the Philippines / by Paul P. de la Gironiére ; with a preface by Alejandro R. Roces and an introduction by Benito Legarda y Fernández. Manila, Filipiniana Book Guild, 1962. (DS658 .L17 1962) ill
  Translation of: Vingt années aux Philippines (1853)

The Muñoz text of Alcina's History of the Bisayan Islands (1668) / preliminary translation by Paul S. Lietz. [Chicago] : Philippine Studies Program, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Chicago, [1960- (+ DS 688 .B6 A35 1960a) ill
  Translation of: Historia de las islas e indios visayas

Island yesterdays / Norman Chivers.   New York, Pageant Press [1959, c1958] (DS659 .C54) ill

Death stalks the Philippine wilds / letters of Maud Huntley Jenks, selected and edited by Carmen Nelson Richards. Foreword by Albert Ernest Jenks. Sketches and maps by Mrs. Royal N. Chapman. Minneapolis, Lund Press [c1951] (DS659 .J53) ill

Compendium and description of the West Indies / by Antonio Vázquez de Espinosa ; translated by Charles Upson Clark. City of Washington : Smithsonian Institution, 1942. (Olin Q11 .S62 v.102) ill
  [includes Philippines]
  Translation of: Compendio y descripción de las Indias Occidentales (c. 1620)

The Philippines calling / by Louis C. Cornish. Philadelphia : Dorrance & Co., [1942] (Annex   BX4795.I3 C81)

Oceanic interlude / by Matie Manard Hensley. San Antonio, TX : Naylor Co., 1941. (Annex DS659 .H52) ill

Philippine saga / by Marius John. New York : House of Field, Inc., [c1940]
  (DS659 .J65) ill

A private journal of John Glendy Sproston / edited by Shio Sakanishi. Tokyo : Sophia University, 1940. (Annex + DS809 .S77) ill

The enchanted islands : the Philippines & other countries of the Orient / by E. Klaveness ... New York : Pyramid Press, [c1939] (Annex DS508 .K63) ill

Filipinos / by Walter Robb ; sketches by Perez ... Manila : [Printed by Carmelo & Bauermann], 1939. (Annex DS659 .R63) ill

The lost city : Filipino fact and fancy / by René Jouglet ; translated from the French by Warre Bradley Wells ... London, R. Hale and company, [1937]
  (Annex DS659 .J86 1937) ill
  This translation is adapted from the original French of two books by René Jouglet : Au coeur sauvage des Philippines (1934) and La ville perduem (1936).

Gangplanks to the East / by Bertha Lum ; with illustrations by the author. New York : The Henkle-Yewdale house, inc., 1936. (Annex DS508 L95) ill

Odyssey of the islands / by Carl N. Taylor. New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1936. (Annex DS659 .T23) ill

"Re-union booklet", original Company "F" of the 30th United States Infantry, 1901-1904: history, letters and stories depicting army days in the Philippines / as compiled by J. N. Morton, 1933. Springfield, Mo., J.N. Morton, c1934.
  (+ UA54 .M88) ill

Baguio, gateway to wonderland : describing 20 trips in the Mountain Province with interesting customs of the Mountain people / by Samuel E. Kane. [s.l. : s.n.], 1931 (DS688.M5 K16 1931) ill

The half-way sun; life among the headhunters of the Philippines / by R. F. Barton. New York, Brewer   & Warren inc. [c1930] (DS666.I15 B29) ill

Through the Philippines and Hawaii / by Frank G. Carpenter ; with more than 100 illustrations from original photographs. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday Doran, 1930. (Management DS 659 .C29 1930) ill

Interesting Manila / by George Amos Miller. [Manila] : Philippine Education Co., 1929. (DS689.M27 M64 1929) ill

Savage gentlemen / by Mabel Cook Cole. New York : D. Van Nostrand Company, inc. [c1929] (DS665 .C68) ill
  ["A record of four years' experience among the savages of the Philippine Islands."]

Bullets and bolos ; fifteen years in the Philippine islands / [by] John R. White ... illustrated with photographs and map. New York ; London : Century Co., [c1928] (Annex  DS685 .W58) ill

Eastern windows : an artist's notes of travel in Japan, Hokkaido, Korea, China and the Philippines / By Elizabeth Keith. Boston : Houghton Mifflin, 1928.
  (+ DS508 .K28) ill

The khaki cabinet and old Manila : current comment, tales and travel stories of the Philippine islands, with a review of General Leonard Wood's administration as governor general of this territory ... / (with a description of old Manila by Percy A. Hill). [Manila : Sugar News Press, c1926] (Annex DS685 .R63) ill

Buena Vista; an American view of the Philippine Islands / By John Hudson Poole. Pasadena, 1925. (+ DS659 .P82) ill

Through the Philippines and Hawaii / by Frank G. Carpenter ...with more than 100 illustrations from original photographs. Garden City, NY : Doubleday, Page & Co., 1925.   (DS659 .C29) ill

Wistaria and jade : an account of a Southlander's travels in the Philippine Islands and the Far East / by William Quinn. [S.l. : s.n., 1923?] (Annex DS508 .Q75) ill

A tenderfoot in the tropics / by Mack P. Cretcher. Topeka [KS] : Crane & Co., 1918. (Annex DS659 .C92) ill

The former Philippines thru foreign eyes / ed. by Austin Craig. New York [etc.] D. Appleton and Company, 1917.( DS675 .C88) ill
  [Jagor's travels in the Philippines (the out-of-print 1875 English translation corrected from the original German text)--State of the Philippines in 1810, by Tomas de Comyn (William Walton's 1821 translation modernized)--Manila and Sulu in 1842, by Com. Chas. Wilkes, U.S.N. (narrative of U.S. Exploring Expedition, 1838-42, v. 5)--Manila in 1819, by Lieut. John White, U.S.N. (from the "History of a voyage to the China Sea")--The peopling of the Philippines, by Doctor Rudolf Virchow (O. T. Mason's translation; Smithsonian Institution 1899   report)--People and prospects of the Philippines, by an English merchant, 1778, and a consul, 1878 (from Blackwood's and the Cornhill magazine)--Filipino   merchants of the early 1890s, by F. Karuth, F.R.G.S.]

An army woman in the Philippines; extracts from letters of an army officer's wife, describing her personal experiences in the Philippine Islands / By Caroline S. Shunk. Kansas City, Mo., Franklin Hudson Publishing Co., 1914. (DS659 .S56) ill

The Philippine Islands, illustrated / by William D. Boyce. Chicago, New York, Rand, McNally [c1914] (DS659 .B78) ill
  "The Philippine section of my larger work, United States colonies and dependencies ... The matter herein contained first appeared in the Saturday blade."—Introduction

Barbara's Philippine journey / by Frances Williston Burks; with an introduction by Frank M. McMurry; illustrated by Hermann Heyer, Earl Horter and G. W. Peters. Yonkers-on-Hudson and Manila, World Book Company, 1913. ( PS3503.U76 B2) ill

The non-Christian peoples of the Philippine Islands / Dean C. Worcester. Washington, DC : National Geographic Society, 1913. (+ DS665 .W91) ill
  National Geographic magazine ; v. 24, no. 11.

The head hunters of northern Luzon / Cornélis De Witt Willcox. (Annex DS688.L9 W66) ill

In the land of the Filipino / by Ralph Kent Buckland. New York, Every Where Publishing Company [c1912] (DS659 .B92) ill

Scenes taken in the Philippines, China, Japan, and on the Pacific, relating to soldiers / photos by J.D. Givens. [San Francisco : Hicks-Judd Co.], 1912.
  (Annex DS659 .G53) ill

A woman's impressions of the Philippines / by Mary H. Fee. Chicago, A. C. McClurg & co., 1912. (DS659 .F29 1912) ill

An army officer on leave in Japan : including a sketch of Manila and environment, Philippine insurrection of 1896-7, Dewey's battle of Manila Bay and description of Formosa / by L. Mervin Maus. Chicago, IL : A.C. McClurg, 1911. (DS810 .M45) ill

The Philippines : an account of their people, progress, and condition / by Mrs. Campbell Dauncey ; with special contributions by the Hon. William Howard Taft and the Hon. Theodore Roosevelt ... Boston ; Tokyo : J.B. Millet Co., [c1910]
  (Annex DS659.D24 P5) ill

The new America and the Far East; a picturesque and historic description of these lands and peoples / by G. Waldo Browne ... with a general introduction by Edward S. Ellis ... with the following special articles: Hawaii, by the Honorable Henry Cabot Lodge; The Philippines, by Major-General Joseph Wheeler; Japan, by His Excellency Kogoro Takahira; China, by the Honorable John D. Long; Cuba, by General Leonard Wood; Porto Rico, by the Honorable Charles H. Allen.   Illustrated by about 1,200 photogravures, colored plates, engravings & maps. Boston, Marshall Jones company [c1907] (Annex + DS 508 .B88) ill

A woman's journey through the Philippines on a cable ship that linked together the strange lands seen en route / by Florence Kimball Russel. Boston, L. C. Page and company, 1907. (DS659 .R96) ill
  Partly reprinted from various periodicals.

An Englishwoman in the Philippines / by Mrs. Campbell Dauncey. London : Murray, 1906.( DS659 .D24) ill

Interesting Manila /   by George A. Miller. Manila, P.I. : [E.C. McCullough & Co.], 1906. (DS   689 .M27 M64 1906) ill

Our island empire : a hand-book of Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii, and the Philippine Islands / Charles Morris. Philadelphia : Lippincot, 1906, [c1899]
  (Annex F970 .M87 1906) ill

The Philippine experiences of an American teacher; a narrative of work and travel in the Philippine Islands / by William B. Freer. New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1906. (DS659   .F85) ill

The gems of the East : sixteen thousand miles of research travel among wild and tame tribes of enchanting islands / Arnold Henry Savage Landor; with illus., diagrams, plans and map by the author. London : Macmillan, 1904.
  (Annex DS659 .L26) ill [also: New York and London, Harper & brothers, 1904.
  (Annex DS 659 .L26 1904)]

An Ohio woman in the Philippines : giving personal experiences and descriptions including incidents of Honolulu, ports in Japan and China / Mrs. Emily Bronson Conger. [Akron, Ohio : R.H. Leighton, 1904] (Annex DS659 .C74) ill

The Philippines and the Far East / Homer C. Stuntz. Cincinnati, Jennings and Pye; New York, Eaton and Mains [1904] (Annex DS659 .S93) ill

The East of to-day and to-morrow / Henry Codman Potter. New York, The Century co., 1902. (Annex DS515 .P86)

Robert Morrill Adams collection, 1901-1924. (Kroch Lib Rare & Mss – Archives 21-35-3041)
  Collection consists of fourteen of Robert Adams' travel diaries and transcripts, including the description of the years he taught science in the Philippines.

Through Luzon on highways and byways / by Willis Bliss Wilcox. Philadelphia : Franklin Book Company, [c1901] (DS688.L9 W657) ill

History and description of the picturesque Philippines, with entertaining accounts of the people and their modes of living, customs, industries, climate and present conditions ... / by Adjutant E. Hannaford ... Springfield, O., The Crowell & Kirkpatrick co., 1900. (+ DS656 .H24) ill

The pearl of the Orient : the Philippine Islands / by G. Waldo Browne. Boston : D. Estes & Co., [1900] (Annex DS659 .B88) ill

Handbook of the Philippine Islands / translated from the Compendio de geografia of P. Francisco X. Baranera, S.J. ; with an historical sketch by Alexander Laist. Manila : W. Partier, 1899. (DS659 .B22 1899) ill
  Translation of: Compendio de geografía de las Islas Filipinas, Marianas, Joló y Carolinas (1892)

Our islands and their people as seen with camera and pencil / José de Olivares ; introduced by Major-General Joseph Wheeler, with special descriptive matter and narratives by José de Olivares. Edited and arranged by William S. Bryan. Photographs by Walter B. Townsend [and others], illustrated with more than twelve hundred special photographs, colortypes, and new colored maps. St. Louis, N.D. Thompson [c1899] (+++   F 970 .O48) ill

The Philippine Islands / by Ramon Reyes Lala. New York, Continental publishing company, 1899 [1898]   (Annex + DS658 .L19) ill

The Philippine Islands and their people; a record of personal observation and experience, with a short summary of the more important facts in the history of the archipelago / by Dean C. Worcester. New York, The Macmillan company; London, Macmillan & co., ltd., 1899. (Annex DS659 .W92 1899) ill [also: New York, The Macmillan Company; London, Macmillan & co., ltd., 1898.
  (Asia Rare DS659 .W92)

The Philippines and round about / by Major G. J. Younghusband. New York, Macmillan, 1899. (Annex DS 659 .Y78) ill

Yesterdays in the Philippines / by Joseph Earle Stevens .... New York, C. Scribner's sons, 1899. (Annex DS658 .S84) ill [also:   London : Sampson, Low, Marston, l898. (DS 658 .S84 1898a)

Picturesque Cuba, Porto Rico, Hawaii, and the Philippines : a photographic panorama of our new possessions ... also life in the American army and navy, with portraits of the chief actors in the Spanish-American war / A.M. Church. Springfield, Ohio., Mast, Crowell & Kirkpatrick, c1898. (Annex + F 970 .C56 1898) ill

The gardens of the sun: or A naturalist's journal on the mountains and in the forests and swamps of Borneo and the Sulu archipelago / by F.W. Burbidge ... With illustrations.   London, J. Murray, 1880. (Annex DS601 .B94) ill
  [also: (Asia Rare DS601 .B94)]

Frank Ernest Gannett papers, [ca. 1859]-1958. Contents include Gannett's notebooks (1899) concerning his work (as secretary to its chairman Jacob Gould Schurman) for the First U.S. Commission to the Philippines.
  (Kroch Lib Rare & Mss - Archives 1900)

Hong Kong to Manilla and the lakes of Luzon, in the Philippine Isles, in the year 1856 / by Henry T. Ellis, R.N. London, Smith, Elder and co., 1859.
  (Annex DS658 .E47) ill

A visit to the Philippine Islands / by Sir John Bowring. London : Smith, Elder & Co., 1859.   (Asia Rare DS658 .B78) ill

Rambles in easten Asia, including China and Manilla : during several years' residence ... [1848-1850] / by B.L. Ball. Boston : J. French and Co., 1855.
  (Annex DS507 .B18) ill

Twenty years in the Philippines / translated from the French of Paul P. de La Gironière ... Rev. ed. New York : Harper & Bros., 1854.
  (Asia Rare DS658 .L17 1854) ill
  Translation of Vingt Années aux Philippines.

The history of the great and mighty kingdom of China and the situation thereof / comp. by the padre Juan Gonzalez de Mendoza, and now reprinted from the early translation of R. Parke ; ed. by Sir George T. Staunton, bart. with an introduction by R.H. Major ... London : Printed for the Hakluyt Society, 1853-54.
  (G161 .H15 no.14-15) ill
  "The second part ... is divided into three parts. The first containeth such things as the   fathers, Frier Martin de Herrada, prouinciall of the order of Sainte Augustine, in the islands Philipinas, and his companion"

Thailand

A missionary in Siam (1860-1870) / by Rev. N.A. McDonald ; introd. by Jesse Henry. Bangkok, Thailand : White Lotus Press, c1999. (DS 565 .M13 1999) ill
  Originally published as Siam : its government, manners, customs, &c. (1871)

Bangkok in 1892 / by Lucien Fournereau ; translated and with an introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok : White Lotus Press, c1998. (DS 589 .B2 F683x 1998) ill
  Originally published under the title Bangkok in Le tour du monde, vol. 68, pp. 1-64, 1894.

The natural and political history of the Kingdom of Siam / Nicolas Gervaise ; translated and edited with an introduction and notes by John Villiers. 2nd rev. ed., with additional illustrations. Bangkok : White Lotus Press, c1998.
  (DS 564 .G38 1998) ill
  Translation of:  Histoire naturelle et politique du royaume de Siam (1690)

Aspects of the Embassy to Siam, 1685 / The chevalier de Chaumont and the abbé de Choisy ; edited and in part translated by Michael Smithies. Chiang Mai : Silkworm Books, 1997. ( DS 577 .A76x 1997) ill
  Originally written in the 1680s.

The 1904 traveller's guide to Bangkok and Siam / J. Antonio ; with an introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok ; [Cheney,   Wash.] : White Lotus Press, c1997. (DS 562 .8 .A63 1997) ill
  Originally published as: Guide to Bangkok and Siam (1904)

Travels in upper Laos and Siam : with an account of the Chinese Haw invasion and Puan resistance / P. Neis ; translation and introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok : White Lotus, c1997. (DS 555 .382 .N44w 1997) ill
  Translation of: Voyage dans le Haut Laos (1880)

Narrative of a residence at the capital of the Kingdom of Siam : with a description of the manners,  customs, and laws of the modern Siamese / by Fred. Arthur Neale. Bangkok ; [Cheney, Wash.] : White Lotus Press, 1996.( DS 565 .N34 1996) ill [also: 1986 (DS 565 .N34 1986)]
  Reprint. Originally published: London : Office of the National Illustrated Library, 1852.

A diplomat in Siam / by Ernest Satow ; introduced and edited by Nigel Brailey. Gartmore, Stirlingshire, Scotland : Kiscadale, 1994. ( DS 565 .S25 1994) ill
  Based on his manuscript "Diary of a Journey from Bangkok to Chiangmai and Back, 1885-86."

Five years in Siam, from 1891-1896 / H. Warington Smyth ; with an introduction by Tamara Loos. Bangkok : White Lotus, c1994.  (DS 565 .S66 F6 1994) ill
  Originally published: New York : Scribner, 1898

Siamese sketches / Charles Buls ; translated, illustrated and annotated, and with an introduction by Walter E. J. Tips. Bangkok : White Lotus, c1994.
  (DS 582 .B853 1994) ill
  Translation of: Croquis Siamois (1901)

Surveying and exploring in Siam : with descriptions of Lao dependencies and of battles against the Chinese Haws / James McCarthy ; introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok ; Cheney [Wash.] : White Lotus, 1994. (DS 565 .M11 1994) ill
  Originally published: London : J. Murray, 1900.

Journal of a voyage to Siam, 1685-1686 / abbé de Choisy ; translated and introduced by Michael Smithies. Kuala Lumpur ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1993. (DS 564 .C54 1993) ill
  Translation of: Journal du voyage de Siam (1741)

A description of the Kingdom of Siam 1690 / Engelbert Kaempfer. Bangkok : White Orchid Press, 1987.( DS564 .K114 1987) ill
  English translation of "De beschryving van Japan" originally published in London in 1727.

Early accounts of Phetchaburi / edited by Michael Smithies. Bangkok : Siam Society, 1987. ( DS588.P46 E12) ill
  (Bacon, 1885; Bowring, 1857; Mouhot, 1864; Thomson, 1875; Vincent, 1874;Coffman, 1884; Cort, 1886;   Bock, 1884; Smyth, 1896)

The Kingdom of Siam / by Simon de la Loubère ; with an introduction by David K. Wyatt.   Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1986.
  (+ DS564 .L21 1986) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: A new historical relation of the Kingdom of Siam, tome II. London : T. Horne, 1693.
  Translation of: Du royaume de Siam (1691)

Temples and elephants : travels in Siam in 1881-1882 / by Carl Bock. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1986. (DS565 .B66 1986) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: London : S. Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, 1884.

Teak-wallah : the adventures of a young Englishman in Thailand in the 1920s / by Reginald Campbell. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1986, c1935. (DS565 .C19 1986) ill

A true description of the mighty kingdoms of Japan and Siam / Francois Caron and Joost Schouten ; a facsimile of the 1671 London edition in a contemporary translation from the Dutch by Roger Manley ; introduction and notes by John Villiers. Bangkok : The Siam Society, 1986. (DS808 .C29 1986) ill
  Translation of: Beschrijvinghe van het machtigh coninckrijcke (1646)

A week in Siam, January 1867 / by the Marquis of Beauvoir ; with an introduction by Michael Smithies. Bangkok : Siam Society, 1986. (DS565 .B38 1986) ill
  "A reprint of an extract from the Marquis of Beauvoir's Voyage autour du monde in its   original English translation, first published in 1870, with the illustrations from the French edition of the same year."

Siam, on the Meinam from the gulf to Ayuthia : together with three romances illustrative of Siamese life and customs / by Maxwell Sommerville. Bangkok, Thailand : White Lotus, 1985, c1897. (DS565 .S69 1985) ill
  Reprint. Originally published: London : S. Low, Marston and Company, limited, 1897.

An Englishman's Siamese journals, 1890-1893 / James Fitzroy McCarthy. Bangkok, Thailand : Siam Media International Books, [1983?]
  (DS565.M11 R4 1983) ill
  "The journals are reprinted full and unabridged from Report of a survey in Siam, published anonymously in London, in 1895 for private circulation."

A relation of the voyage to Siam : performed by six Jesuits sent by the French king, to the Indies and China in the year 1685 / [Guy Tachard] ; with an introduction to the 1981 edition. Bangkok : White Orchid Press, 1981. (DS564 .T11 1981) ill
  Originally published at London in 1688.
  Translation of: Voyage de Siam des pères jésuites.

The ship of Sulaiman / [by ibn Muhammad Ibrahim] translated from the Persian by John O'Kane. London : Routledge & K. Paul, [1972] (DS564 .M95 1972)
  Translation of Safinah-i Sulaymani (ca. 1685), a Persian Ms. in the British Museum

Siam [microform] : the land of the Thai / Wilhelm Credner ; translated from the German by Richard   Neuse. New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files,
  [197-?]. (Olin Microfiche 887)
  Translation of:  Siam, das Land der Tai. Stuttgart : J. Engelhorns Nachf., 1935.

A description of the government, might, religion, customs, traffick, and other remarkable affairs in the kingdom of Siam / written in the year 1636 by Joost Schouten ; [rendered into English by Roger Manley]. Bangkok : Chalermnit Historical Archives, 1969. (DS564.S37 D4) ill
  Reprint of p. 121-112   [i.e.152] of A true description of the mighty kingdoms of Japan and Siam by François Caron and Joost Schouten, printed for R. Boulter, London,  1671.

The kingdom of Siam / Simon de La Loubère ; with an introd. by David K. Wyatt. Kuala Lumpur, Oxford University Press, 1969. (+ DS564 .L21 1969) ill
  Facsim. reproduction. Original t.p. reads: A new historical relation of the Kingdom of Siam. By Monsieur de La Loubère, Envoy Extraordinary from the French King   to the King of Siam in the years 1687 and 1688. Wherein a full and curious   account is given of the Chinese way of arithmetick, and the mathematick learning. In two tomes. Illustrated with sculptures. Done out of French,   by A. P. Gen. R. S. S. London, Printed by F. L. for Tho. Horne at the Royal   Exchange, Francis Saunders at the New Exchange, and Tho. Bennet at the Half-Moon   in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1693. Translation of Du royaume de Siam.

Siam : 16th and early 17th century accounts published in the early 17th century and in 1617. Bangkok : [Chalermnit], 1968. (+ DS564 .S56) ill
  Facsimile reprints of selections from two works: (1) Some yeares travels into divers parts of Asia and Africa ... Rev. and enl. ... / Sir Thomas Herbert. London :   Printed by R. Bip. for I. Blome and B. Bishop, 1638 (p. 315-317, 321) and (2) Purchas his Pilgrimage ... / by Samuel Purchas. London : Printed by W. Stansby for H. Fetherstone, 1617 (p. 555-569)

Journal of an embassy to the courts of Siam and Cochin-China / John Crawfurd ; with an introd. by David K. Wyatt. Kuala Lumpur, New York, Oxford University Press, 1967. (+ DS565 .C89 1967) ill
  Facsimile reprint of the 1828 London edition.

The complete journal of Townsend Harris, first American counsul and minister to Japan  / introd. and notes by Mario Emilio Cosenza ; with a pref. by Douglas MacArthur, II. Rev. [i.e. 2nd] ed. Rutland, VT : C.E. Tuttle Co., [1959]
  (E183.8.J3 H31 1959) ill

Jungle prison / Leigh Williams ("Bangkok Bill"). [Greatly enl. and rev. ed.] London, Melrose [1954] (DS565 .W71 1954) ill
  First published in 1941 as 'Green prison '.

Green prison / by Leigh Williams. London, H. Jenkins Limited [1941]
  (Annex DS565 .W71) ill

The Thai, our neighbours / by Francis Cooray. Kuala Lumpur, Printed by Kyle, Palmer & Co., Ltd., [1941] (Annex DS586 .C77) ill

Mysteries of Thailand : green prison / by Leigh Williams. Bombay : Thacker & Co., Ltd., 1944. (Annex DS565 .W71 1944) ill
  First published 1941 (London) under title: Green prison
  First Indian edition January 1944.

Durian; a Siamese interlude / by Noel Wynyard. London, New York, Oxford University Press, 1939. (DS 565 .D25 1939a) ill

Land of smiles / by W.A.R. Wood. Bangkok : The Krungdebarnagar Press, 1935.
  (Annex DS565 .W88)

A true description of the mighty kingdoms of Japan & Siam / by François Caron & Joost Schouten; reprinted from the English edition of 1663 with introduction, notes and appendixes by C. R. Boxer. London, The Argonaut press, 1935. (+ DS808 .C29 1935) ill
  Translation of: Beschrijvinghe van het machtigh coninckrijcke   (1646)

The complete journal of Townsend Harris, first American consul general and minister to Japan / introduction and notes by Mario Emilio Cosenza. Garden City, N.Y., Published for Japan Society, New York, by Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc., 1930. (Asia Rare E 183 .8 .J3 H31) ill
  First edition.

Friendly Siam / by Ebbe Kornerup; translated from the Danish by M. Guiterman. London, New York, G. P. Putnam's son, ltd. [1928] (Annex DS565 .K84) ill

The natural and political history of the kingdom of Siam, A.D. 1688 / Nicolas Gervaise ; trans. into English from the original by Herbert Stanley O'Neill. Bangkok : [Printed at the "Siam observer" Press, Ltd.], 1928. (Annex DS564 .G38 1928) ill
  Translation of: Histoire naturelle et politique du royaume de Siam (1690)

Five years in Siam, from 1891 to 1896 / by H. Warington Smyth, with maps and illustrations by the author. New York : Scribner, 1898. (DS 565 .S66 F6) ill

Teak-wallah : a record of personal experiences / by Reginald Campbell. London : Hodder & Stoughton,   1935. (Annex DS565 .C19) ill

Siam as a tourist resort / by Reginald Le May. [S.l. : s.n., 1928?]
  (DS565.L54 S5) ill
  Reprinted from:  Asiatic review, Oct. 1928.

An Asian Arcady; the land and peoples of northern Siam / by Reginald le May. Cambridge [Eng.]   W. Heffer, 1926. (DS565 .L54) ill

Siam and China / by the late Salvatore Besso ; translated from the Italian by C. Mathews. London : Simpkin, Marshall, Hamilton, Kent & Co., Ltd., [1914]
  (Annex + DS565 .B55) ill
  Translation of: Siam e Cina; l'incoronazione del re del Siam [e] I giorni della rivoluzione   cinese.Roma, Tipografia editrice nazionale, 1913

The history of Japan, together with a description of the kingdom of Siam, 1690-92 / by Engelbert Kaempfer, and tr. By J. G. Scheuchzer, F. R. S. Glasgow, J. MacLehose and sons, 1906. (Asia Rare DS808 .K11 1906) ill
  Scheuchzer's translation of Kaempfer's "De beschryving van Japan," made under the direction of Sir Hans Sloane, was first published in London, 1727. 2 v.

Guide to Bangkok and Siam / compiled by J. Antonio ... and revised by W.W. Fegen. Bangkok : Printed at the Siam Observer Press, 1904.
  (Annex DS562.8 .A63 1904) ill

Historical account of Siam in the 17th century / Jeremias van Vliet. Printed for H. R. H. Prince Damrong Rajanubhab, and translated by W. H. Mundie. Bangkok, 1904. (Asia Rare DS 564 .V87 1904) ill
  "This pamphlet is a verbal translation of a French publication printed at Paris in 1663, as a supplement to a translation of Herbert’s ‘Voyage de Perse.’ This publication was itself a translation from the original Dutch of Jeremie van Vliet. No copy of the original is now known to exist."

Surveying and exploring in Siam / by James McCarthy. London : J. Murray, 1900.
  (Annex DS565 .M11) ill

[Photo-album of Thailand: with pictures probably taken at the turn of the century]. [S.l, 19--]   (Asia Rare + DS565 .P59) ill

Photograph album of Siam, 1900. (Kroch Lib Rare & Mss - Archives 4863) 
  97 Albumen photographs of Siam (Thailand). Subjects include Siamese royalty, religious figures and residences, politicos, group social scenes, theatre folk, street scenes, musicians, and other views of Bangkok and Thailand.

Five years in Siam, from 1891 to 1896 / by H. Warington Smyth, with maps and illustrations by the author. New York : Scribner, 1898. (DS 565 .S66 F6) ill

Siam : on the Meinam from the gulf to Ayuthia : together with three romances illustrative of Siamese life and customs / by Maxwell Sommerville ; with fifty illustrations. London : S. Low, Marston and Co., Ltd., 1897. (Annex DS565 .S69) ill

Notes of a journey on the Upper Mekong, Siam / by H. Warington Smyth. London : Published for the Royal Geographical Society by J. Murray, 1895.
  ( DS565 .S66 1895a) ill

Over five seas and oceans, from New York to Bangkok, Siam, and return : some reminiscences / by   Thomas Miller. New York : A. Metz, 1893. (Annex G463 .M65) ill

The pearl of Asia / Jacob T. Child. Chicago : Donohue, Henneberry & Co., 1892. (Annex DS565 .C53) ill

Siam, the land of the white elephant, as it was and is / compiled and arranged by George B. Bacon, revised by Frederick Wells Williams. New York, C. Scribner's Sons, 1892. (DS565 .B12 1892) ill

Siam, the land of the white elephant as it was and is / compiled and arranged by George B. Bacon.   New York : Scribner, 1889, c1881. (DS565 .B12 1889) ill

Siam 250 years ago. A description of the kingdom of Siam, written in 1636 / by Joost Schouten. Translated for the Siam mercantile gazette. Bangkok, Bang'olém Press, 1889. (Asia Rare DS 564 .S37 1889)

Report by Mr. C.E.W. Stringer of a journey to the Laos state of Nan, Siam. London : Printed for H.M.S.O. by Harrison and Sons, [1888] (+ DS565 .S79 1888a)

Siam and Laos : as seen by our American missionaries ... / Mary Backus, ed. Philadelphia : Presbyterian board of publication, [1884] (Annex DS565 .B115) ill

Notes of a journey across the Isthmus of Krá, made with the French government survey expedition, January-April, 1883 : with explanatory map and sections, and appendix containing reprint of a report to the Indian government / by Captains Fraser and   Forlong, 1863. Singapore : Singapore and Straits Printing Office, 1883.
  (Annex DS588.K8 L82) maps

E. H. Loftus papers, 1879-1931. [Collection includes personal and family letters, including letters from his parents in Bangkok ….]
  (Kroch Lib Rare & Mss – Archives 4275)
  Edward H. Loftus served in the Siamese Legation in England and was Secretary of the Siamese Legation in the United States. His father (?) was Alfred John Loftus who served as Commissioner for the King of Siam in 1883.

Siam : its government, manners, customs, &c. / by N. A. McDonald. Philadelphia : A. Martien, 1871. (Asia Rare DS565 .M13) ill

Siam [microform] : some general remarks on its productions, and particularly on its imports and exports, and the mode of transacting business with the people / by D.E. Malloch. Calcutta : [s.n.], 1852 (Film 2363)

Narrative of a residence at the capital of the kingdom of Siam; with a description of the manners, customs, and laws of the modern Siamese / by Fred Arthur Neale. London, Office of the National Illustrated Library, 1852. (Asia Rare DS565 .N34) ill

Narrative of a voyage round the world, during the years 1835, 36, and 37 : including a narrative of an embassy to the Sultan of Muscat and the King of Siam / W. S. W. (William   Samuel Waithman) Ruschenberger. London : R. Bentley, 1838. (Asia Rare G 440 .R95) ill [also: Philadelphia : Carey, Lea & Blanchard, 1838 (Annex G440 .R95 1838a)]
 
Journal of a residence in Siam and of a voyage along the coast of China to Mantchou Tartary [microform] / by Charles Gutzlaff. Canton, China : [s.n.], 1832. (Fiche 3521)

Journal of an embassy from the Governor-General of India to the courts of Siam and Cochin-China : exhibiting a view of the actual state of those kingdoms / by John Crawfurd. London : H. Colburn, 1828. (Asia Rare + DS565 .C89) ill

A new historical relation of the kingdom of Siam / by Monsieur de La Loubère, Envoy Extraordinaire from the French King, to the King of Siam, in the years 1687 and 1688 ; wherein a full and curious account is given of the Chinese way of arithmetick, and mathematick learning ; ... done out of French, by A. P…. London : Printed   by F.L. for Tho. Horne ... [and 2 others], 1693.
  (Asia Rare + DS564 .L21 1693) ill
  Translation of: Du royaume de Siam (1691)

A relation of the voyage to Siam [microform] : performed by six Jesuits, sent by the French King, to the Indies and China, in the year, 1685 : with their astrological observations, and their remarks of natural philosophy, geography, hydrography, and history / Guy Tachard ; published in the original, by the express orders of His Most Christian Majesty ; and now made English, and illustrated with sculptures. London : Printed by T.B. for J. Robinson and A. Churchil, and are to be sold by S. Crouch ..., 1688. (Olin Film 1297 752:18) ill
  Translation of Voyage de Siam des pères Jesuites

A relation of the late Embassy of Monsr. de Chaumont, Knt. To the Court of the King of Siam : with account of the Government, State, manners, religion and commerce of the Kingdom / Alexandre Chaumont. London : Printed for H. Mortlock, at the Phoenix in S. Paul's Church-Yard, 1687.
  Translation of: Relation de l'ambassade de mr le chevalier de Chaumont à la cour du Roy de Siam (c. 1686)

A true description of the mighty kingdoms of Japan and Siam [microform] / written originally in Dutch by Francis Caron and Joost Schorten [sic] ; and now rendred into English by Capt. Roger Manley. London : Printed for Robert Boulter, 1671. (Olin Microforms Film 1297 591:7)
  Translation of: Beschrijvinghe van het machtigh coninckrijcke (1646)

A true description of the mighty kingdoms of Japan and Siam [microform] / written originally in Dutch by Francis Caron and Joost Schorten [sic] ; and novv rendred into English by Capt. Roger Manley. London : Printed by Samuel Broun and John de l'Ecluse ..., 1663. (Olin Microforms Film 1297 133:5)
  Translation of: Beschrijvinghe van het machtigh coninckrijcke (1646)

Vietnam

Three years in Vietnam (1907-1910) : medicine, Chams and tribesmen in Nhatrang and surroundings / by Gabrielle M. Vassal ; with a preface by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok, Thailand : White Lotus Press, c1999.( DS 557 .A5 V33 1999) ill
  English translation originally published as On and off duty in Annam (1910)
  Translation of Mes trois ans d'Annam (3rd ed: 1911)

War and peace in Hanoi and Tonkin : a field report of the Franco-Chinese War and on customs and beliefs of the Vietnamese, 1884-1885 / Edouard Hocquard ; translated and with an introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok : White Lotus Press, c1999. (DS 557 .T7 H682 1999) ill
  Translation of Trente mois au Tonkin (1889-1891)

People and wildlife in and around Saigon, 1872-1873 / A. Morice ; translated and with an introduction by Walter E.J. Tips. Bangkok ; [Cheney, Wash.] : White Lotus Press, c1997. (DS 559 .92 .C6 M85 1997) ill
  Translation of: Voyage en Cochinchine pendant les années 1872-73-74. Lyon :H. Georg, 1876

A voyage to Cochinchina / John Barrow ; with an introduction by Milton Osborne. Kuala Lumpur : Oxford University Press, 1975. (+ G463 .B27 1975) ill
  Originally published: T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1806.

Cochin-China, and my experience of it; a seaman's narrative of his adventures and sufferings during a captivity among Chinese pirates on the coast of Cochin-China, and afterwards during a journey on foot across that country,in the years, 1857-8 / by Edward Brown. Taipei, Ch'eng Wen Pub. Co., 1971.
  (DS559.92.C6 B87 1971)
  Reprint of the 1861 ed. published by C. Westerton, London, as A seaman's narrative of his adventures during a captivity among Chinese pirates on the coast of Cochin China, and afterwards during a journey on foot across that country in the years 1857-8

The kingdom of Annam and the Annamites [microform] / by J.L. Dutreuil de Rhins. New Haven, Conn. : Human Relations Area Files, [197-?].
  (Olin Reference Microfiche 887)
  Translation of: Royaume d'Annam et les Annamites. E. Plon, 1879

Rhodes of Viet Nam : the travels and missions of Father Alexander de Rhodes in China and other kingdoms of the Orient / Alexandre de Rhodes ; translated by Solange Hertz. Westminster, MD : Newman Press, 1966. (DS506 .R47 1966) ill
  Translation of: Divers voyages et missions du Père Alexandre de Rhodes en la Chine et autres royaumes de l'Orient (1653)

Intimate letters from Tonquin / by Marshal (Louis Hubert Gonzalve) Lyautey ; translated by Mrs. Aubrey Le Blond ; introduction by V.C. Scott O'Conner ... with a portrait and three maps. London : John Lane, [1932] (Annex DS557.T7 L98 1932) ill

In the shadow of the pagodas / by R. d'Auxion de Ruffé; translated from the French by R.T. Peyton-Griffin. Shanghai : Kelly & Walsh, 1926. (DS721 .A94)

Pen pictures of Annam and its people / Grace Hazenberg Cadman. New York : Christian Alliance Publishing, 1920. (DS556.36 .C14) ill

On & off duty in Annam / by Gabrielle M. Vassal with numerous illustrations from photographs taken by the author. London : W. Heinemann, [c1910]
  (DS557.A5 V33) ill
  Translation of Mes trois ans d'Annam (3rd ed: 1911)

Notes on the Lung chow t'ing, Langson and Caobang / C. Bos. [S.l,   1909?] (DS703 .Z127)

The French in Tonkin and South China / Alfred Cunningham. Hongkong : Printed at the office of the "Hongkong daily press" ; London : Low, Marston, [1902] (DS557.T7 C97) ill
  (needs to be checked to see if indeed first hand account)

Report by Consul Parker on Annam ... London : Printed for H.M. Stat. Off., by Harrison, [1892] (Annex + DS557.A5 G78) ill
  British Foreign Office report

Report by Sir B. Robertson respecting his visit to Haiphong and Hanoi, in Tonquin. London : Harrison, [1876] (++ DS 709 .G79 no.4) ill

A seaman's narrative of his adventures during a captivity among Chinese pirates on the coast of Cochin China, and afterwards during a journey on foot across that country in the years 1857-8 / by Edward Brown. London : Charles Westerton, 1861.
  (Asia Rare DS557.C7 B87)

A voyage to Cochinchina, in the years 1792 and 1793 : to which is annexed an account of a journey made in the years 1801 and 1802, to the residence of the chief of the Booshuana nation / by John Barrow. London : T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1806.
  (Asia Rare + G463 .B27) ill

Cochin-China : Containing many admirable Rarities and Singularities of that Countrey. Extracted out of an Italian Relation, lately presented to the pope, by Christophoro Barri, that liued certaine yeeres there / and published by Robert Ashley. London : Printed by Robert Raworth; for Richard Clutterbuck, and are to be sold at the signe of the Ball in Little-Brittaine, 1633. (Asia Rare DS557.C7 B73) ill
  Translation of: Relatione della nvova míssione delli PP. della Compagnia di Giesv', al regno della Cocincina (1631)

Secondary Sources

Adventures and encounters : Europeans in South-east Asia / [compiled by] J.M. Gullick ; with a foreword by Victor T. King. Kuala Lumpur ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1995. (DS 522 .2 .A38x 1995)

Adventurous women in South-East Asia : six lives / edited and introduced by John Gullick. Kuala Lumpur ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1995. (DS 522 .3 .A38x 1995)

Explorers of South-East Asia : six lives / edited and introduced by Victor T. King. Kuala Lumpur ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1995. (DS 522 .6 .E87x 1995)

Traveller's literary companion to South-east Asia / edited by Alastair Dingwall. Brighton, UK : In Print Pub., 1994. (Ref DS 522 .6 .T77 1994)

Travelers from ancient Cathay : an account of China's great explorers / by Herbert D. Pierson and Daniel Y.L. Wei. Hong Kong : Joint Publishing Co., 1992.
      (G 325 .P62)

In search of Conrad / Gavin Young ; illustrations by Salim. London : Hutchinson, 1991. (PR6005.O58 Z95)

Western impressions of nature and landscape in Southeast Asia / Victor R. Savage. Singapore : Singapore University Press, National University of Singapore, 1984. (DS521.2 .S26 1984) 
      Don’t know if he discusses pre-20th century

A study of the Arabic texts containing material on South-East Asia / by G. R. Tibbetts. Leiden : Brill, 1979. (DS521.6 .T55)

The Raffles drawings in the India Office Library, London / Mildred Archer and John Bastin. Kuala Lumpur ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1978. (+ DS507 .A67)

Southeast Asia in the eyes of Europe : the sixteenth century / Donald F. Lach. Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1968. (DS506 .L13 1968)
      An exact reproduction of part III, chapter VII, v. 1 from the author's Asia in the making of Europe.

Brunei

Pictures of the palace : travellers' accounts of the Brunei of Sultan Abdul Momin and Sultan Hashim between 1881 and 1906 / by Simon Francis. Hull : Centre for South-East Asian Studies, University of Hull, c1993. (DS 650 .6 .F735w 1993) ill

Burma

Old Burma as described by Early Foreign Travellers. Rangoon : Hanthawaddy Publication , 1948. (DS485.B81 M99)

Indonesia

The Spice Islands voyage : in search of Wallace / Tim Severin ; photographs by Joe Beynon and Paul Harris ; illustrations by Leonard Sheil. London : Little, Brown, 1997.( DS 601 .S48x 1997) ill

Former points of view : postcards & literary passages from pre-independence Indonesia / Stephen Grant. Jakarta, Indonesia : Lontar, c1995. (+ DS 615 .4 .G39w 1995) ill

Malaysia

Images, self-images and the perception of the other : women travellers in the Malay Archipelago / by Doris Jedamski. [Hull] : University of Hull, Centre for South-East Asian Studies, c1995. (DS 601 .J44 1995) ill

Imperial belvederes : the hill stations of Malaya / S. Robert Aiken. Kuala Lumpur ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1994. (DS 592 .5 .A37x 1994) ill

They came to Malaya : a travellers' anthology / compiled and introduced by J.M. Gullick. Singapore ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1993. (DS 592 .4 .T54x 1993) ill

The adventures of John Smith in Malaya, 1600-1605 / by A. Hale. Leyden : Late E.J. Brill, 1909. (Annex G560 .H16)
      Claims to be a free rendering from the writings of an adventurer, whose real name is withheld.

Philippines

German travelers on the Cordillera (1860-1890) / by Carl Semper ... [et al.] ; edited and annotated by William Henry Scott. Manila : Filipiniana Book Guild, 1975. (DS688.L9 G37) ill

Thailand

Through travellers' eyes : an approach to early nineteenth- century Thai history / B.J. Terwiel. Bangkok, Thailand : Editions Duang Kamol, c1989. ( + DS565 .T33) ill

Old Bangkok / Michael Smithies. Singapore : New York : Oxford University Press, 1986. ((DS589.B2 S66) ill

Early Portuguese accounts of Thailand = Antigos relatos da Tailândia / pelo Joaquim de Campos. [Lisboa] : Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, 1983. (DS 564 .C36 1983)

An image of Asia [microform] : analysis of six seventeenth century French Travel accounts of Siam / by Mary Madeline Rowan. 1968. (Film 8147)
      Thesis (Ph. D.)--Harvard University, 1968.

Vietnam

Old Hanoi / Mark Sidel. Kuala Lumpur ; New York : Oxford University Press, 1998. (DS 559 .93 .H36 S58x 1998) ill

Rhodes of Viet Nam : the travels and missions of Father Alexander de Rhodes in China and other kingdoms of the Orient / Alexandre de Rhodes ; translated by Solange Hertz. Westminster, MD : Newman Press, 1966. (DS506 .R47 1966)
      Translation of: Divers voyages et missions du Père Alexandre de Rhodes en la Chine et autres royaumes de l'Orient

General

Abroad : British literary traveling between the Wars / Paul Fussell. New York : Oxford University Press, 1980. (Olin, Uris PR479.T72 F99) ill