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Title
View of Fuzhou from Nantai Island, Fujian, China,ca.1934
Creator
Unknown
Date Created and/or Issued
1930/1940
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
Divinity.Library@yale.edu
Yale University Divinity School Library, 409 Prospect Street, New Haven, CT 06511
Yale University. Divinity School. Day Missions Library
http://web.library.yale.edu/divinity/copyright-and-permissions
Description
Foochow [now Fuzhou] -- looking from Anglo-Chinese College on Nantai Island toward north 1.Bridge of Thousand Ages 2. Peneplane, - first, second third. Barbour
Type
image
Format
photographic prints, 6.4 x 10.8 cm.
photographs
Identifier
impa-m5332 [Legacy record ID]
IMP-YDS-RG008-019-0002-0007
http://doi.org/10.25549/impa-m5332
http://thumbnails.digitallibrary.usc.edu/IMP-YDS-RG008-019-0002-0007.jpg
Subject
Urban areas
General views
Time Period
1930/1940
Place
Asia
China
Foochow
Fukien
Source
YDS/RG008/019/0002/0007 [File]
Relation
George and Dorothy Barbour Papers; China Records Project Miscellaneous Personal Papers Collection
International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960
Photographs from the Yale Divinity School Library, New Haven, Connecticut, ca.1880-1950
Yale Divinity Library Special Collections
impa-m980

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