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278 x 226 mm. View looking through a decorated archway towards the garden, with rows of shrubs in large pots lining the path in the foreground.
208 x 157 mm. Showing a man, woman and three children seated on the stone steps in front of a house.
205 x 157 mm. View from the top of the wall looking down onto one of the city gates, with piles of stone slabs and bricks piled in a yard in the foreground.
Quarter-plate. [No print]. Missing.
Half-plate. [No print]. Missing.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Seen from the British Consular steps of the Shameen.
Groups of people, mostly Manchus: the girl in the lightest clothes is Cantonese.
A Mission house Kulangsoo [south of Xiamen], Aug 26.96, 4.15pm, windy, F.32, windy, 3 secs, 1896-08-26
Who successfully graduated at Chinese literary Exam for first degree. [Showing man in white coat with black edgings standing beside a cannon and two Quantao cattle knives, with the sea in the distance].
A new Jiù-tsaî in his robes, with his father (Hui-An), July 6.92, 6.30pm, bright, no stop, counted 10, 1992-07-06
A copy of a half-tone photograph showing business premises in (?) Chater Road.
Showing a European woman climbing into a small covered cart, with the driver standing beside the horse. The pencilled caption on the negative wrapper reads The lady-friend of Sir Robert Hart starting for a drive in Peking. Sir Robert Hart (1835-1911) was Inspector-General of Chinese Customs 1863-1908.
Landscape format. At the village of Nan-chu-tao, Weihaiwei.
229 x 178 mm. Studio portrait of a troupe of actors in costume.
A-Tìn, Asiú, Othêug[?], Athianù, Ki-[illegible]sai, Achhó, July .95, 4.30pm, bright, No 16. [?], 3 secs, 1895-07
195 x 129 mm. General view looking down onto the Hong Kong waterfront, with Kowloon in the distance across the harbour.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). And Anglo-Chinese School.
Also described as: 'Aden, Hong Kong, ?1909'.
Correspondence and articles.
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