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Weihai (inhabited place)

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Volume XVII : Wei Hai Wei, November 1908, 1908-11

Reference Code: GBR/0115/RCS/Fisher 17
Scope and Contents The album now contains photographs numbered in the range 4000-4145 (originally there were 142). Added numbers are: 4129A-D; not used: 4067-4069, 4072, 4078, 4084, 4110 and 4129; missing: 4090, 4096 and 4138. Subjects covered in the album are: 'Empress of China' at Woosung; Shanghai. Wei Hai Wei [now known as Weihai]: approach from the sea, view from Government House: Chinese guard; market and street scenes; Nan-Chu-Tao; Chang Fang; Fenglin; Linkungtau Island: distillery and...
Dates: 1908-11
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