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Notes on the Geography of Malaysia: Kuching: Colonial Government Buildings: Photo 17

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Charles Brooke did have one indulgence, said to have originated with the time spent in Sarawak in 1855 by Alfred Russel Wallace. Picking up on Wallace's enthusiasms, Brooke decided to start assembling a collection of anthropological materials. The result, opened in 1889, was the Sarawak Museum.

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