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Die beiden jüngsten Söhne von Pfr. Shu Kee
The two youngest sons of Pastor Shu Kee
Tong Shu kee (Mr)
Date Created and/or Issued
not after 1958
Publication Information
University of Southern California. Libraries
Contributing Institution
University of Southern California Digital Library
International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960
Rights Information
All the images (photographic and non-photographic) made available in this collection are the property of the Basel Mission and are managed by mission 21. mission 21 / Basel Mission claim copyright on the images in their possession and require those publishing any of the images--both individuals and organisations--to pay a user's/copyright fee.
Contact the Archives of mission21 at address mentioned or at
mission21, Missionsstrasse 21, CH-4003 Basel, Switzerland, tel. (+41 61 260 22 42), fax (+4161 260 22 68)
b/w positive, paper print, gelatin-silver
7.9 x 6.0 cm.
impa-m21325 [Legacy record ID]
Tong Shu Kee* (child)
Children's wear
Portrait of two, children
Hong Kong, general
not after 1958
A-30.86.190 [Reference number]
Hong Kong. A) landscape, harbour area, traffic in the streets, b) church buidings, seminar buildings, schools, homes, c) churches, youth groups, members of congregations, congregations
Historical Photographs from the Basel Mission
International Mission Photography Archive, ca.1860-ca.1960
impa-m15099; impa-m17125
mission 21 / Basel Mission

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