Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
134 x 100 mm (cabinet sized print). View looking over the roofs of warehouses and other buildings towards the harbour at Anping on the west coast of Formosa. The area was early visited by the Dutch who built a fort in the town in 1630.
202 x 141 mm. View looking along the Long Bridge (also known as the Bridge of the Ten Thousand Ages) across the River Min at Foochow.
202 x 141 mm. Duplicate of Y3077C/48.
A view from the sea showing a harbour and water front, possibly at Chi-lung.
An indistinct view from the sea showing the harbour and water front of Chi-lung with mountains beyond.
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.
Slides 237-244 are copies of prints by Hiroshige.
138 x 99 mm (cabinet sized print). View from a neighbouring hillside looking down onto the town of Kelung, situated on a coastal plain backed by hills. Precise location in Formosa unidentified.
234 x 100 mm (cabinet sized print). View looking along the rocky waterfront at Takow (after 1920 known as Kaoiung), the major seaport on the west coast of South Formosa. The view seen here probably shows the older part of the town.
136 x 99 mm. View looking over the waterfront at Tamsui (Tanshui) a fishing port at the mouth of the Tanshui River in northern Formosa. Formerly a leading seaport, its importance declined with the silting up of the river.
The programme comprises transcripts of interviews with senior diplomats.