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Inventory of the Chinese pictorial collection
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Box 1

2 prints depicting Amoy, China 1926

Access

Closed. Access image available in Box 4, folder 12.
Box 2

Chinese scroll painting of the birth of Jesus undated

Access

Closed. Access image available in Box 4, folder 13.
Box 3

U.S. Marines in China album 1927

Scope and Contents

Oblong photo album assembled by an anonymous Marine stationed in Shanghai, China, in 1927 to 1928. Consists of 108 photographs with neatly penned, concise captions below (on black album page) plus 132 uncaptioned photos. Captures street scenes around Shanghai (and perhaps also Tientsin) and the harbor; USMC headquarters and camp; leathernecks on duty manning machine-gun batteries, on parade, during rest periods, out on the town; many street scenes, including photos of locals (e.g., beggar, barber, shoemaker, merchant).
Box 3

Unidentified photograph undated

Box/Folder 4 : 1

13 prints depicting Chinese views, including the Great Wall and Inner Mongolia

Scope and Contents note

Previously Envelope A in photo file.
Box/Folder 4 : 2

33 prints of Peking (Peiping), China 1936-1938

Scope and Contents note

Previously Envelope H in photo file.
Box/Folder 4 : 3

9 prints of the 1937 bombing of Shanghai, China, by the Japanese 1937

Scope and Contents note

Previously Envelope I in photo file.
Box/Folder 4 : 4

1 print depicting the staff of the Chinese Embassy in Paris, 1909; and 7 photocopies of prints depicting Chinese students in France and Belgium 1909-1930

Scope and Contents note

Previously Envelope K in photo file.
Box/Folder 4 : 5

1 stereoptic slide depicting buildings in the French Concession in Tientsin destroyed by bombing, and one depicting the East Asiatic German Infantry sent to China to suppress the Boxer Rebellion 1901

Scope and Contents note

Previously Envelope M in photo file.
Box/Folder 4 : 6

7 prints depicting rooms in Hotel Astor, Tianjin, China, where Herbert Hoover is said to have worked and lived circa 1980

Scope and Contents note

Previously Envelope O in photo file.
Box/Folder 4 : 7

Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai, and last emperor Puyi 1956

Scope and Contents

Includes 9 prints depicting the last emperor of China, Puyi, in a Communist political prison in Fushun, China, in 1956; 7 prints depicting Mao and former Chinese PM Zhou Enlai in Beijing airport in 1956. Photos by David Lancashire, the first North American correspondent to report from mainland China in the 1950s.
Box/Folder 4 : 8

Photographs of Shanghai 1941

Box/Folder 4 : 9

Postcards of Northern Chinese City, Harbin undated

Box/Folder 4 : 10

Photographs and negatives, Shanghai 1986

Box/Folder 4 : 11

Photographs of Shanghai 1991

Box/Folder 4 : 12

Access image of prints depicting Amoy, China 1926

Box/Folder 4 : 13

Access image of Chinese scroll painting of the birth of Jesus undated

Box 5

3 prints of a house with beautiful artwork, given to the missionaries for kindergarten work

Scope and Contents note

Contents fomerly housed in envelope mB.
Box 5

1 print depicting the Republican Conference held at Nanking, China, where delegates from 17 provinces elected Dr. Sun Yat-sen president of a provisional government 1991 December 29

Scope and Contents note

Contents formerly housed in envelope mC. 1 print is of the article in the Chinese newspaper Min-li pao, which reported the results of the election.
Box 5

1 print depicting Chinese bandits posing in new uniforms near Chengchow, Honan Province, 1917, after they had been incorporated in the army of the Governor of Kaifeng, capital of the Honan Province; 1 print depicting Standard Oil Chinese agents at farewell party for Charles Forrest Crest, given at his home in Paotingfu, Honan Province, 1920

Scope and Contents note

Contents formerly housed in envelope mD.
Envelope mE

1 print of a cartoon by Tom Brooks, entitled "The Thorn," depicting Chiang kai-shek as a thorn in the foot of a Communist Chinese dragon

Box 5

MISSING: 1 print of Chang Hsueh-liang 1927

Scope and Contents note

Contents formerly housed in envelope mF.
Box 5

1 autographed print of Dr. H. H. Kung

Scope and Contents note

Contents formerly housed in envelope G.
Box 5

2 prints taken by Tony Wills depicting scenes of the Cultural Revolution, entitled "A Meeting Hall for Workers at a Nitrogenous Fertilizer Factory in Canton," and "Red Guard Posters in the City of Canoton Near the 'Friendship Store'" 1966 August

Scope and Contents note

Contents formerly housed in envelope mJ.
Box 6

1 painting by Ching-chuk Yu 1969 October 10

Scope and Contents note

Contents formerly housed in envelope m*L.
Box 6

1 print depicting the Diplomatic Corps in Beijing with President Yuan Shih-kai circa 1913-1914

Scope and Contents note

Contents formerly housed in envelope m*L.
Box 6

1 print depicting the staff of the Chinese Embassy in the United States, 1868; and 1 print depicting the Methodist Episcopal Church in Shanghai undated

Scope and Contents note

Contente formerly housed in envelope mN.
Memorabilia cabinet

Decorative Chinese scroll undated