Found in 783 Collections and/or Records:
Seated in the garden.
Paton arrived at Chin-Chew (Quanzhou ?) with Dr Grant in 1890 (1906 Report, p.1-2). Mr Lîm is seated at a desk with a book.
Showing a European family posed by a building.
Mr Wales, Mr Thompson, Dr Grant, Dr Paton, Mr Watson, Dr Howie, Dr Macleish, Mrs Thomspon, Cecil, Miss Johnston, Miss Green, Mrs Howie (taken by Dr Howie, Aug. 1892), 1892-08
82 x 82 mm. glass slides with brief, largely undated captions.
268 x 205 mm View showing Chinese housing on the lower slopes of the Peak at the western end on Victoria.
274 x 208 mm. View looking along the Pearl River towards the Nine-Storeyed Pagoda.
Quarter-plate. [Showing coolies beside a wall].
A collection of captioned glass negatives illustrating the CMS's work, many dated 1937.
Newscuttings relating to O'Malley's period as Attorney-General in Jamaica, 1876-1879, and Hong Kong, 1884-1886, 232 pages.
267 x 205 mm. View from the River Yung looking towards the waterfront houses of Ningpo. One of the original treaty ports opened in 1842, the city is situated 90 miles ESE of Hangchow. Photographer unknown.
280 x 218 mm. View looking along the riverside at Ningpo, with a narrow road and houses following the course of the river at the right, and boats beached in the mud on the left. A large steamboat is moored in the background. Photograph captioned in the negative “Sze Yuen Ming and Co. 42 Nanking Road”.
North and Central Blocks of Chin-Chew [Quanzhou ?] Hosp. [i.e. Hospital], Ap 18.96, 4.30pm, bright, F.32, counted 16, 1896-04-18
And the Commissioner's youngest daughter who was born at Weihaiwei: two quantas Cattle knives - Two prints of this to Number One, c/o Sir J.S. Lockhart.
From the Stanley Road, two hours walk from Stanley. [Distant view of the fort on the hill from the road].
Quarter-plate (landscape format). (The man tried to escape the cameras, and all this batch of views were taken with right angle mirror, as with few exceptions the people do not like to be photographed).
Quarter-plate (landscape format).
Half-plate. [Showing rough ground with a tall tree beside the old wall with carving at the top].