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Title
A view of Kwangsi mountains from Koo Peng Village at Pingnan, China, 1929
Date Created and/or Issued
1929-12
Publication Information
University of Southern California. Libraries
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California Digital Library
Collection
International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960
Rights Information
Maryknoll Mission Archives
Maryknoll Mission Archives, P.O. Box 305, Maryknoll, N.Y. 10545-0305; http://maryknollmissionarchives.org/
archives@maryknoll.org ; http://maryknollmissionarchives.org/?page_id=1669
http://maryknollmissionarchives.org/?page_id=17
http://maryknollmissionarchives.org/?page_id=1917 ; Maryknoll Mission Archives.
Description
This is a photograph of the "Kwangsi [now Guangxi] mountians from Koo Peng Village, Pingnam [now Pingnan] Mission."
Type
image
Format
Photographic prints 11.7 x 8.6 cm.
Identifier
impa-m6981 [Legacy record ID]
IMP-MKL-China-024-01-0009
http://doi.org/10.25549/impa-m6981
http://thumbnails.digitallibrary.usc.edu/IMP-MKL-China-024-01-0009.jpg
Subject
Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America
Mountains
Rural areas
Bird's-eye views
Time Period
1929-12
Place
China
Pingnam
Source
MKL/China/024/01/0009 [File]
Relation
International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960
Maryknoll Mission Archives
Photographs of the Catholic Foreign Mission Society of America, Maryknoll, New York, 1912-1945
impa-m338

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