Found in 783 Collections and/or Records:
A view showing a rocky promontory and small settlement at Chi-lung on the north coast of T'ai-wan.
A view from the sea showing the crowded harbour at Chi-lung, with mountains beyond.
Burying ground all round the hill. This was used as a powder magazine, but 2 years ago the officer in charge and nine men were blown up with the whole magazine: the explosion destroyed hundreds of houses; those shown in this view have been rebuilt.
82 x 82 mm. glass slides with brief, largely undated captions.
280 x 219 mm. View looking out over the valley towards distant mountains from the Foochow Club. A.S.H., a heavily bearded figure, is seated among the European group gathered in the foreground among the graves of a Chinese cemetery.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Hearse red: in distance, carried in front is a stand with a tablet of deceased. Feng Lin village. [A rather distant view].
286 x 214 mm. Group portrait of five male figures posed in front of the gate (in the form of a circular opening in the brick wall) leading into a garden.
Half-plate. Linkungtau Island, Weihaiwei. [On left verandah of club house and bare tree with plots divided by paved paths. One plot being dug by Chinese man with a spade and another being hoed with a long bladed hoe, while a lady in long black western dress with a white hat walks towards an open summer house to the right].
Photographs measuring 145 x 100 mm.
Includes material on the IUC as a whole together with a few items on British Universities.
Quarter-plate (landscape format). Taken from the stone stage of the theatre.
Quarter-plate (landscape format).
Landscape format. In foreground is the site of the Old British Cantonment of 1839: note Chinese Temple across the bay. [A misty distance].
A collection of loose prints, mostly measuring approximately 190 x 140 mm, with typewritten captions pasted to the reverse. The collection contains general views of landscape and architecture in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Brunei and Borneo.
German Consul's house Kulangsoo [south of Xiamen], Aug 24.96, 10 am, bright F45, 2 1/2 sec, 1896-08-24
'I have a photograph of the first beginnings of the Girls' School' (1906 Report, p. 4).
Half-plate. [A jungly picture with steep path to the left on which are two rickshaws being pulled/pushed by two natives each one carrying a woman up and the other a bowler hatted man down].
[Showing boats on the river].