Canton Villages Mission (South China) Photographs 1936 to 1940
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|Acc No||Provenance||Title||Description||Date||Ref No|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Building Material Carried By Women"||Two Women Pictured Carrying Piles Of Building Material Suspended From Carrying Poles Over Their Shoulders.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-40|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Group At Kai Hau Hospital||A Group Photo, Taken In The Compound At Kai Hau Hospital During The Visit Of The Director Of Foreign Missions.
(Refer To P-A6.45-203(a) For Names)
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Off To See A Patient"||An Unknown Chinese Woman Sitting On A "Chair" Suspended From Two Carrying Poles Suspended Over The Shoulders Of Two Coolies.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-46|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||The Water Tower Near Law Ta Kiu||Middle Distance View Of 'Bulb'- Shaped Water Tower Near Law Ta Kiu, Taken On A Hillside Among Trees.
-"The Water Tower Near Law Ta Kiu Where One Changes Onto A Bus - 1 Hour Takes One To The River Bank Opposite Kong Ch'uen Market."
(Photo # 3)
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Union Normal School Playground - Macao.||School Playground, Under Trees, Next To The Harbour, Macao.
- Note - Junks In Harbour & Fancy Wrought Iron Fence On Edge Of Promenade.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Union Normal School Playground - Macao.||School Playground, Under Trees, Next To The Harbour, Macao.||c.1938||P-A1.40-103|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Union Normal School Playground - Macao.||School Playground, Showing Small Children On A See-Saw; Fence With Wrought Iron Railings At Back & Road Rising Up At Back.||c.1938||P-A1.40-104|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Children From Union Normal School, Macao.||Line Of Small Children & Parents/Teachers, Under A Tree, In Front Of An Elaborate Colonial Building.
- Note Window Shutters & Decorations On Building.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Group Portrait Of Unknown Chinese - Macao.||Group Of Unknown Chinese, Photographed In Front Of A Monument Or Memorial.
Women Dressed In Similar Long Dresses With Men In Suits & Ties.
- Inscription On Monument In English & Chinese (Could Possibly Be Read Under Magnification).
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Harbour Scene - Macao.||View Of Harbour, Macao, Taken From Shore, Showing Many Junks; A Passenger (?) Steamer; And Large 'Sheet' Fishing Net Beside Shore With Makeshift Raised Platform For Fishermen. Washing Suspended From Platform (?)||c.1938||P-A1.40-107|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||"8 Unknown Performers."||8 Unknown Chinese & European Women Performing An 'In-Line' Dance Routine Movement In A Garden.
- Dressed In Baggy Trousers, Satin Shirts With Ruffled Bow-Ties And High Hats With Distinctive Markings.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Sunrise/Sunset Harbour Scene, Macao.||Sunrise/Sunset View Of Harbour, Macao Including Junks.
A Rickshaw & Mature Tree In Foreground.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||The Mission Group With Rev & Mrs D McDiarmid.||Group Photo Of Missionaries At Kong Chuen, During Visit Of 'Director Of Missions' - Rev McDiarmid & Mrs McDiarmid;
Including (Left To Right) :
Back Row ;
- Rev G McNeur; Dr Owen Eaton; Mrs P McDiarmid; Mrs McNeur; Rev E Jansen; Netta Yansen; Annie James; Frances Ogilvie; Rev D McDiarmid.
Front Row ;
- Eileen Reid; Jean McNeur; Annie Lilburn; Flora Wilson.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Sunrise/Sunset Harbour Scene, Macao.||Sunrise/Sunset View Of Harbour, Macao, Including Junks In The Harbour.(A Rickshaw & A Mature Tree In The Foreground.)||c.1938||P-A1.41-110|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Harbour View, Macao.||View Of Harbour, Macao, Showing A Large Ferry & Junks - In Foreground A 2 - Seater Coupe, & A Chinese Woman, On The Promenade, Beside A Sea Wall.||c.1938||P-A1.41-111|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||View Of Unknown Building, Macao.||View Of Unknown 3 Story Building, Macao, With Shuttered Windows (Bottom Level With Bars), And Chinese Writing Over Doorway.||c.1938||P-A1.42-112|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||View Of Colonial Building, Macao.||View Of Very Ornate 2 Story Colonial Building In Macao, With Open Balcony On Upper & Lower Level, Fluted Columns, Upper Balustrade, & Signs In Chinese Text.||c.1938||P-A1.42-113|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Playground - Union Normal School, Macao.||View Of Kindergarten & Primary School Children( From Union Normal School ,Macao) , Playing On Swings In Playground.||c.1938||P-A1.42-114|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Playground - Union Normal School, Macao.`||View Of Kindergarten & Primary School Children, Playing On The Swings In The Playground, At Union Normal School, Macao.||c.1938||P-A1.43-115|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Playground - Union Normal School, Macao.||View Of Kindergarten & Primary School Children Playing On A Slide, At Union Normal School Playground, Macao.||c.1938||P-A1.43-116|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Playground - Union Normal School, Macao.||View Of Kindergarten & Primary School Children In Playground Of Union Normal School, Macao.||c.1938||P-A1.43-117|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Children At Macao.||Line Of Small Children & Parents/Teachers, Under A Tree, In Front Of An Elaborate Colonial Building.
- Note Window Shutters & Decorations On Buildings.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Playground - Union Normal School, Macao.||View Of Kindergarten & Primary School Children Playing On A See-Saw, At Union Normal School, Macao.||c.1938||P-A1.44-119|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Playground - Union Normal School, Macao.||View Of Kindergarten & Primary School Children, Playing On Swings, At Union Normal School, Macao.||c.1938||P-A1.44-120|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Playground - Union Normal School, Macao.||View Of Kindergarten & Primary School Children Playing On Swings At Union Normal School, Playground, Macao.||c.1938||P-A1.45-121|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Playground - Union Normal School, Macao.||View Of Kindergarten & Primary School Children, Playing In Union Normal School Playground, Macao.||c.1938||P-A1.45-122|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||School Group - Union Normal School, Macao.||Group Portrait Of Kindergarten & School Children From Union Normal School, Macao.
- Elegant Residential(?) Building In Background.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Playground, Union Normal School, Macao.||View Of Kindergarten & Primary School Children, Playing In Union Normal School Playground, Macao.||c.1938||P-A1.46-124|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Playground, Union Normal School, Macao.||View Of Kindergarten Children Playing On See-Saw, Together With Some Older Students, At Union Normal School Playground, Macao.||c.1938||P-A1.46-125|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Playground, Union Normal School, Macao.||View Of Kindergarten & School Children Playing In Union Normal School Playground, Macao.
- Note On Back - "Please Return To D N MacDiarmid, Box 110, Auckland."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Hospital Patients.||Group Of Kong Chuen Hospital Patients.
- "Some Of The Hospital Patients.
The Little Smiling Girl In Centre Has Been In Since November When She Was Shot By Japanese & Had A Fractured Leg. The Boy On Left Was Nearly Blind After Measles, Had Pneumonia & Was As Thin As A Pipe, Now He Is Whole Again."
(Neg # 348)
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||"Refugee Girls Prayer Group."||5 Refugee Girls From The Prayer Group Standing/Sitting On Steps Outside Building At Kong Chuen.||1939||P-A1.47-128|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||"Refugee Girls Bible-Study Group."||- "Bible-Study Among The Refugee Girls. Sitting On A Hillock In The Compound." (At Kong Chuen)||1939||P-A1.47-129|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||"Baby Hoh."||Snapshot Of Chinese Baby In White Outfit, With Cross (& Rings ?) On Necklace.||c.1940||P-A1.47-130|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Portrait Of 9 Women Students At Kong Chuen.||Group Of 9 Tak Kei Women Students, Standing In A Rice Field In Front Of Building At Kong Chuen.||1936||P-A1.49-138|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Kaai Hau Branch Hospital.||Kaai Hau Branch Hospital, Viewed From The Street ;
Including (Left To Right) :
- Miss D Robertson (2nd) ; Mrs McDiarmid (4th) ; Rev E G (Paddy) Jansen ; Miss Annie James (Holding The Baby).
- Photo Taken During Visit Of Rev Don MacDiarmid, Director Of Missions To China.)
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Refugee Women Learning To Read.||Group Of 11 Chinese Refugee Women (& 1 Baby), With Books, Learning To Read.
- Wearing Mostly Plain Chinese High-Necked Tops & Baggy Trousers.
- Note Some Older Women Among Group.
-"Inquirers Class Of Refugee Women Learning To Read."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Chinese Machine Gunners Outside The Compound.||Group Of 3 Chinese Army Personnel In Uniform, With A Machine Gun, Outside The Compound.
- Note Hard Hats & Kettle On Ground.
- Crop Fields In Distance Looking Down.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Refugee Girls Living In One Of The Missions.||Outdoors Portrait Of Refugee Girls, In One Of The Kong Chuen Mission Houses.||1939||P-A1.50-148|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Children At Sau Kaai Vacation School.||Group Of Chinese Children At The Sau Kaai Vacation School.
- Wearing Predominantly High - Buttoned Chinese Tunics.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Shung Kei Bible Institute Choir & Music Teachers.||Gui Choir & Music Teachers.
-"Shung Kei Bible Training Institute Choir, Shung Kei Institute, Hong Kong Territory.
Gui Choir & Music Teachers."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Miss Wong & Students Of Shung Kei.||Miss Wong Of Tak Kei & 2 Students.
-"Left, Miss Wong, My Tak Kei Collegue, & 2 Of Our Present Students At Shung Kei. Taken During A Happy Weekend Miss Wong Spent With Me Here."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Mother's Circle At Paak Hok Tung Camp.||-"A Group Of Women & Children Who Belonged To My 'Mother's Circle' At Paak Hok Tung Camp."
(Run By Frances Ogilvie.)
Photographer: Miss F Ogilvie.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||"3rd Year Nurses."|| Outdoors Shot Of 6 3rd Year Nurses, In Uniform, Sitting On Grass In A Field, At Kong Chuen.
-"Group Of Nurses Trained In Kong Chuen Hospital."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Staff & Students At A Retreat.||Group From Shung Kei Bible Training Institute, Who Attended A Retreat.
-"This Was Taken After An Out-Of -Doors Luncheon During A Retreat Early In December. The Staff (Part Of It) & Our Students."
- Frances Ogilvie At Back, 2nd From Left.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Summer Retreat Of Church School Preachers & Teachers.||Outdoor Group Portrait Of Church School Preachers & Teachers Standing On Steps In Front Of Shung Kei Bible Training Institute Building At Paak Hok Tung, Canton.
-"Summer Retreat Of Preachers & Teachers In Church Schools."
(Rev H Davies In Centre Back.)
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Tak Kei School Graduation - Macao.||Group Of 6 Graduates From Tak Kei School At Macao (Removed From Kong Chuen During The War). The Taller Girl At Back Is Betty (Po Chun), The Adopted Daughter Of Miss James.
-"Tak Kei School Graduation, 2 From Primary School, 4 From Kindergarten. 3 Of The Little Ones Are Still In Tak Kei. Of The Others One Is Training To Be A Nurse In Kong Chuen. The Other Is In High School."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Celebration Of Unknown Event At Union Normal School.||Large Group Of Europeans & Chinese Celebrating In Front Of Hip Wah Admin Building, Part Of Union Normal School, Decorated With Banners, Chinese Lanterns & Floral Displays.||1940-50||P-A2.11-27|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Youth Group Gathering.||Group Of Youths In Uniform Lined Up In Formation Around A Courtyard, Facing A Dais At Union Normal & Middle School, Canton.||1940-50||P-A2.11-28|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Youth Group Gathering.||Group Of Youths In Uniform (Plus 'Lemon Squeezer' Type Hats With Bands), In Small Groups, Undertaking Activities, Including First Aid (?)
Photo Taken At Union Normal & Middle School, Canton.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Woman At Union Normal School.||Unknown Woman Standing In Front Of The Hip Wah Admin. Building At The Union Normal School, Canton.
Porch Decorated With Banner, Chinese Lanterns & Floral Arrangements.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Event At Union Normal School.||View Of Uniformed Women Acting As 'Guards' In Front Of An Ornamental Archway (Covered In Banners), At Union Normal School Entrance Gate, Canton.||1940-50||P-A2.12-33|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Event At Union Normal School.||Line Of Young Women, All Dressed In White, Filing Into The Hip Wah Admin. Building, (Part Of Union Normal & Middle School, Canton.), To Celebrate An Unknown Event.||1940-50||P-A2.12-35|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Gathering Of Chinese.||Large Group Of Chinese, Including Many Children, Sitting On A Bank In Front Of A 3 Story Brick Building, With Balconies.
- Note Ornamental Brick-Work On Balconies.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||"Betty By Tak Kei, Macau."||Betty Po Chan (A Teacher), Outside The Temporary Tak Kei Girl's School At Macau (Transferred From Kong Chuen Due To The War).
- Note Shuttered Windows, Tiled Verandah With Columns, & Chinese Text On Building.
- Very Discoloured Exterior.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Children By The Roadside.||3 Unknown Children Standing On A Small Bridge, One With A Baby Being Carried On It's Back.||1940-50||P-A2.14-47|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Children In The Street.||Group Of Children Playing By A Doorway In The Street With Some Older Men Behind.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Train Crash - China.||View Of 'Concertined' Wooden Railway Carriages On A Bank.
- Note Large 'Crater' - Caused By A Bomb ??
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Typical Scene In Rural China.||River View With A Group Of Small Boats ; One Manned By 2 People With A Long Pole For Pushing It Along, & A Rounded Woven Cover.||1940-50||P-A2.14-50|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||"A Funeral."||View Of A Chinese Funeral ; Showing The Coffin, Bedecked In Flowers, Being Carried By Hand, Through A Street.
- Many Banners In Chinese Text On Buildings And Busy Street Scene.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||One Of The Bays - Hong Kong.||View Overlooking A Bay In Hong Kong , Showing Innumerable Small Boats At Anchor. Bay Surrounded By Hills, With Some Buildings Visible At Right.||1940-50||P-A2.14-52|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||"Sea-Planes Taking - Off."||5 Bi-Planes Taking-Off From An Air-Strip, With Hills In Background.||c.1938||P-A2.15-53|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||" 3 Planes In The Air."||3 Planes In Mid-Air, With Smoke From Ack-Ack Guns Behind.||c.1938||P-A2.15-54|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Hong Kong By Night.||Hong Kong By Night, With Sea In Front & Buildings Lit-Up Against A Hill In The Background.||1940-50||P-A2.15-55|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Sunrise - Hong Kong.||Hong Kong Harbour At Sunrise, Showing The Sun Reflecting Off The Water, Highlighting A Number Of Junks, With Hills In The Background.||1940-50||P-A2.15-56|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Hong Kong Harbour.||View Over Hong Kong Bay, Showing Part Of The Old City & A Large # Of Boats, Junks & A Few Freighters In The Harbour.||1940-50||P-A2.15-57|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Cheung Chau - Hong Kong.||View Looking Down Over Cheung Chau Township & Harbour, Filled With Many Junks & Sampans.||1940-50||P-A2.15-57(b)|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Woman Sewing In The Street.||Chinese Woman Mending Clothes Or Sewing, & Sitting On A Step.||1940-50||P-A2.15-58|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Women Pulling A Cart.||Chinese Women Pulling A Loaded Cart Along The Street, With One Person Pushing From Behind.
- Note Tram Tracks (?)
-"Men Do Horses' Work In China & Women Do Men's Work."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Portion Of Completed Chinese Area - Hong Kong.||View Looking Down Over A Densely Built-Up Area Of Hong Kong, With Part Of The Harbour In The Background.||1940-50||P-A2.16-60|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Chinese Cemetary.||View Of Cemetary, Showing Many Funerary Urns. Notice Reads "The Public Is Hearby Notified That Exhumation Of Any Body From This Cemetary Without Written Permission Of The Sanitary Board Is Strictly Prohibited. - Head Of The Sanitary Dept, May 1929."
- "Potted Ancestors."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Field Being Planted With Rice.||A Chinese Farmer Ploughing A Paddy Field, Using An Ox & Wooden Plough. Part Of Field Already Planted Out In Rice.||1940-50||P-A2.16-62|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Dragon Boat Festival.||Harbour Scene, Showing 5 Long 'Dragon Boats' (Each Carry Approx 40 People With Oars) ; & Some Large Junks At Anchor Behind.
- Note Decorated Bows On Long Boats.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||' 5 Story Pagoda.'||5 Story Rectangular Pagoda, With Ornamental Verandahs & Eaves - Part Of The Old Canton City Wall.
-"Pagoda Fort (?) & Now Museum."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||'The Bund' - Canton.||Busy Harbour Scene At Canton, Showing Commercial Buildings On Foreshore, With Boats & Ferries At The Wharf.
-"The Bund, Canton ; The Hong Kong - Canton Ferry Steamers Are In The Foreground."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||'Shameen' - Canton.||A Promenade By The Sea, Under Mature Trees, With A Small Pavillion Built On A Jetty, Jutting Into The Harbour, Overlooking A # Of Boats. Built Up Area Of City In Background.
-"Shameen, The Foreign Concession."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Tak Kei Girls School - Canton.||View Of Tak Kei Girls School Compound, Kong Chuen.
-"Tak Kei Girl's School & The Kei Institute (Used For Evangelistic Conferences), At Kong Ch'uen."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Miss Wong & Students Of Tak Kei Girl's School.||Miss Wong, Principle Of Tak Kei Girl's School, With 12 Girls Who Received Their Certificates In 1936.||1936||P-A2.17-69|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Tak Kei Girl's Harvesting Rice.||8 Girls From Tak Kei, Harvesting Their Rice Crop.||1936||P-A2.17-71|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Refugees Cooking Rice.||Refugees Cooking Rice At Back Of Key Institute, Kong Chuen.
- Many Pots Sitting Above Make-Shift Fire-Places, Made Using Bricks ; Straw Scattered On The Ground.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Mr Tsang Supervising The Rice Distribution.||Street Scene Showing Chinese (Mostly Wearing Wide, Pointed Woven Hats ) , Queuing Up To Receive Rice.
Note - Note Balconied Shops/Dwellings At Back With Chinese Text Signs.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||A Rice Truck.||5 People Standing Around A Rice Distibution Truck.
Note The Banner In Chinese Text & Two Men In Army Uniform Both Carrying Guns.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Kong Chuen & Katong In Flames.||Distant View Looking Towards Kong Chuen & Katong (Obscured), With Clouds Of Smoke Rising - Presumably After Attack During The War.||c.1938||P-A2.19-87|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||A.Ying , A.T'ie & Nurse.||"A.Ying & A.T'ie, Two Of Our Wee Patients With One Of Our Trained Nurses Who Is Also A Patient."||1937||P-A2.20-90|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||A Group Of Hospital Patients.||A Group Of Hospital Patients, Including One In Bed. The Two Children Are A.Ying & A.T'ie.
- Appear To Be On A Porch, With A Screen For Privacy.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Ex-Students From Miss Ogilvies Bible Training Institute.||4 Ex-Students (Repres Of 3 Years) From Miss Ogilvies Bible Training Institute.
"- 1930 - Now In Orphanage Work In Canton.
- 1938-(1) Now In Charge Of Religious Education In A School In Macao, Share In Church Work.
(2) Bible Woman In London Mission Hospital.
- 1939 - In A Refugee Camp In Hong Kong, In Charge Of 300 Women."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Girls From Tak Kei Cutting The Rice Crop.||Girls In The Grounds Of Tak Kei Girls School Cutting The Rice Crop.||1936||P-A2.20-95|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Girls Of Tak Kei School Threshing Rice.||Girls In The Grounds Of Tak Kei Girls School, Threshing Rice By Hand, By Beating It On The Ground.||1936||P-A2.20-96|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Rice Stacks At Kong Chuen||"Among The Rice Stacks In Our Refugee Camp. The Straw Is Used For Fuel. The Building At The Back Is Tak Kei School."||1940||P-A2.21-97|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Stacking The Rice Straw.||Stacking The Rice Straw In The Refugee Camp At Tak Kei Girls School. The Straw Is Used For Fuel.||1940||P-A2.21-98|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Girls Of Tak Kei School In Rice Field.||Girls Of Tak Kei School In The Rice Paddy Field ; Wearing Wide Conical Shaped, Woven Hats.||1936||P-A2.21-100|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Sam Oy & Keit Yeang Carrying Water.||2 Woman Students, With A Pole Over Their Shoulders, And A Wooden Barrel Suspended From It.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Basketball Team From Union Normal & Middle School.||Group Portrait Of The Union Normal & Middle School Basketball Team - Inter - School Sports, Canton.||c.1940-50||P-A2.21-103|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Inter-School Sports||Childrens Band At Inter-School Sports.
- Note Uniform, Including Conical-Shaped Hats.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Po Chan & A New Zealand Friend.||A N.Z. Girl & Po Chan (One Of Annie James' Adopted Daughter's)
Standing Together In A Garden.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Christians Recently Baptised At Refugee Camp At Paak Hok Tung.||Large Outdoor Portrait Of Baptised Chinese Refugees.
-"Some Of The New Christians Baptised At A Recent Communion Service At The Refugee Camp At Paak Hok Tung. - Used For 'Break Of Day',1940." Canton.
Dated: April 1940
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Graduates Of Tak Kei Girls School.||Group Portrait Of Graduates From Tak Kei Girls Boarding School, Holding Their Diplomas.||c.1936||P-A2.32-122|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Rice Time For Refugees At Paak Hok Tung.||Refugees At Paak Hok Tung Lining Up To Receive Rice.
-"Rice Time For Refugees At Paak Hok Tung."
-"Serving Out Food To Refugees In Canton."
- Note Predominately Children.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Girls & Staff Of Tak Kei Girls School.||Group Portrait Of Students & Staff Of Tak Kei Girls School, Lined-Up
In Front Of School Building.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Tak Kei Primary School - Macao.||Group Photo Of Staff & Children Of Tak Kei Primary School ; 4 Children In Front Holding Diplomas (?) ; Including (L To R) :
- Miss Wong (Principal), At Rear Under 'Primaria' ; Unknown ; 'Little' Miss Hoh ; 'Big' Miss Hoh.
Miss Yam (Blind), 3 Along From Pillar With White Mark On It.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Shung Kei Students & Staff.||Group Photo Of Shung Kei Bible Training Institute In Canton ; Including Rev H C Shek (Back Far Left); & Frances Ogilvie (Back Row, 2nd From Left), Along With Deaconesses Students.||c.1939-40||P-A3.5-11|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||The Mission Group With Rev & Mrs D McDiarmid.||Group Photo Of Missionaries At Kong Chuen, During Visit Of Rev & Mrs McDiarmid (Director Of Missions) ; Including (L To R) :
Back Row - Rev G McNeur; Dr Owen Eaton; Mrs P McDiarmid; Mrs McNeur; Rev E Jansen; Netta Jansen; Annie James; Frances Ogilvie; Rev D McDiarmid.
Front Row - Eileen Reid; Jean McNeur; Annie Lilburn; Flora Wilson.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Shung Kei Students Having A Meal.||Students From Shung Kei Bible Training School For Women, Enjoying A Meal.||1939-40||P-A3.6-14 (A)|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Miss F Ogilvie & 3 Shung Kei Students.||Miss Frances Ogilvie & 3 Students From Shung Kei (Bible-Training School For Women), Standing In The Garden.||1939-40||P-A3.6-14(B)|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Bed/Study Room At Shung Kei.||Inside A Bedroom/Study Room At Shung Kei Bible-Training School For Women, Paak Hok Tung, Canton.
-Note The MosQuito Nets Over Beds.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Shung Kei Bible Training School.||Students In A Lounge At Shung Kei Bible Training School, Pak Hok Tung, Canton.||1939-40||P-A3.6-14(D)|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Inside The Chapel, Shung Kei.||Inside The Chapel At Shung Kei Bible Training School For Women, Paak Hok Tung, Canton.
- One Of The Students Preaching, Pianist/Organist At Left.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Frances Ogilvie & Shung Kei Students.||Frances Ogilvie, With 15 Of Her Students, Standing On The Steps Of Shung Kei Bible Training School For Women, Paak Hok Tung, Canton.||1939-40||P-A3.6-14(F)|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Chinese Peasant Woman.||Photo Of Elderly Chinese Woman, With A Very Wrinkled Face Wearing An Old Cap.||c.1938||P-A3.11-24|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Maan Waan Bay, Macau.||View Of Maan Waan Bay, Off Macau, May 1939 ; Showing Some Buildings Along The Shore, & A Large # Of Junks Out In The Bay.||1939||P-A3.12-26|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Students At Tak Kei Primary School.||Group Of Students On Steps Of Tak Kei School At Macao (Kong Chuen Tak Kei School Was Relocated Here During The War).||c.1938-44||P-A3.14-31|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Group Photo Of Staff At Kong Chuen.||Group Photo Under Bamboo In Garden At Kong Chuen ;
Including (Left To Right) :
Paddy Jansen; Sr Dorothy Robertson; Annie Lilburn; Flora Wilson.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||The Lei Children.||The Lei Children, Sitting On Steps Of A Building, Including Ying Ying;
Taarn Ying; & Lit Ling (Spelling?).
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Church Of Christ In China Synod Building.||View From Street Of Church Of Christ In China Synod Building, Canton.
- Three Storied Building, With Decorative Motif Along Top. Fence With Wrought - Iron Railing (Matching Style Of Building), In Front.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Refugee Children School Group.||Large Group Of Refugee Children Lined Up In Front Of A Building At Paak Hok Tung, Canton.
-"Children Of Refugees, Organised Into A School In One Of The Refugee Camps In Canton."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Graduate Of Shung Kei Bible-Training College.||Outdoor Garden Portrait Of A Woman Graduate From Shung Kei Bible Training College.
-"One Of Our 1939 Graduates - Bible-Training College Student, Of Which Miss Ogilvie Is Principle."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Tak Kei Staff.||Outdoor Group Photo Of The Tak Kei School Staff, Taken On Christmas Day (On Steps, In Front Of Temporary School Building), At Macao ;
Including (Left To Right) :
Back Row - Sr.Annie Lilburne; Betty Leung (Po Chan); Miss Hoh (small); Miss Hoh (Tall).
Front Row - Flora Wilson; Netta Yansen; Miss Wong (Tak Kei Principal); & (Blind) Miss Yam.
In Front - Miss Hoh's Niece
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Betty Po Chun.||Betty Po Chun (Miss James' Adopted Daughter) In A Garden.
Dated: Dec 1936
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Dr George Gratzer.||Studio Portrait Of Dr George Gratzer.
-"Looked After Mission Hospital When New Zealanders Interned By Japanese, Later Came To N.Z."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Miss A N Yansen.||Studio Portrait Of Miss Netta Yansen, Taken June 1939.
Photographer: Hung Sing, Macao.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Siu Laam Refugee Children.||Group Of Refugee Children At Siu Laam ; Standing & Seated On Steps Of A Building.||c.1939||P-A3.35-86|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Refugees At Tak Kei School.||Group Of Self-Supporting Refugees, Living In Tak Kei School.||c.1939||P-A3.35-87|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||House Cleaning Day In Refugee Camp.||Group Of Refugees Sweeping A Pathway.
-"House Cleaning Day In Refugee Camp-Aren't We Working Hard !"
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Stacking Rice Straw For Fuel At Tak Kei.||Refugees Stacking Rice Straw For Fuel, In The Grounds Of Tak Kei School (Shown In Background).||1940||P-A3.35-89|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Refugees Queing For Free Rice.||Chinese Women (Mostly Elderly), Queuing-Up To Receive Free Rice At Kong Chuen.
- Those In Front Are Carrying Their Ration For The Week In Bags.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Refugee Children At Sunday School.||Group Of Refugee Children Who Attend Sunday School At Kong Chuen.
- Photo Taken In The Garden, With One Of The Buildings In The Background.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Queing For Rice.||Chinese Queuing In A Street To Receive Rice.||c.1940||P-A3.37-96|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Diagram Of Bombing At Kong Chuen, Jan 1938.||Diagram Of Kong Chuen Mission Compound & Neighbouring Railway, Showing Japanese Bombing (Primarily Of The Railway), On January 14th & 15th, 1938.||1938||P-A3.43-115|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Refugees Harvesting Peanuts, Kong Chuen.||Group Of Refugees, 4 With Hand-Hoes, Harvesting Peanuts In The Kong Chuen Compound.
-"Refugees At Work In The Garden In The Compound."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||C.V.M. Staff Building On Cheung Chau Island.||View Of C.V.M. Staff Building On Cheung Chau Island (Used For Retreats Etc). 4 Unknown Women Standing By Doorway.||c.1938||P-A3.50-131|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||View From Cheung Chau Island.||View From C.V.M. House On Cheung Chau Island, Looking Down Over Edge Of Island - Bay With Junks & Hills In The Background.
Photographer: Rev D.M.MacDiarmid.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Group Photo At Tak Kei School.||Group Photo Of Students & Staff At Tak Kei School; Incl (L To R) :
Back Row - Frances Ogilvie (1st)
Middle Row - Little Miss Hoh (1st); Miss Wong (2nd); Miss Yam (5th); Miss N.Yansen (15th); Big Miss Hoh (16th).
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Group Photo At Tak Kei School.||Group Photo Of Students & Staff At Tak Kei School 13th Graduation; Incl (L To R) :
Dr K.Pih (11.2cm); Miss N.Yansen (12.1cm); Miss Yam (12.3cm); Miss F.G.Ogilvie (13.2cm); Miss Wong (13.9cm); Little Miss Hoh (14.6cm).
|496/8||Foreign Missions Committee||Sister Dorothy Robertson's Birthday||Group Photo Taken On Sister Dorothy Robertson's Birthday 22/9/36, Including- (L To R)
Netta Yansen; Alice Cook; Sr Dorothy Robertson And Sr Ellen Reid.
-"Dot's Birthday. She Is Holding Her Presents. The Carved Box Frances Gave Her".
|496/8||Foreign Missions Committee||Christmas Day 1937 At Kong Chuen.||Group Photo Taken In Garden At Kong Chuen, Christmas Day 1937, Including- (L To R)
Back Row- Sr Eileen Reid; Mrs McNeur; Alice Cook; Kay --------; Netta Yansen; Dr Owen Eaton.
Front Row- Paddy Yansen; Miss Craston; Jean McNeur; Rev G H McNeur.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Wounded Chinese Soldiers, Japanese Red Cross Hospital, Mukden.||Wounded Chinese Soldiers Lying In Beds At Japanese Red Cross Hospital, Mukden, Including Doctor & 2 Nurses.
- "Wounded Chinese Soldier Were Brought Into The Japanese Red Cross Hospital, Mukden."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Students Watering The Rice At Kong Chuen.||View Of 4 Students From Tak Kei Girl's School, Watering The Rice Crop In Kong Chuen Compound.||1936||P-A5.5-9|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Sunday School In Compound.||Group Of Girls Sitting In The Garden At Kong Chuen, During A Sunday School Class Lesson.
- C.V.M. Buildings In Background.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||In The New Dietary, Kong Chuen.||View Inside The New Dietary At Kong Chuen ; Showing 2 Kitchen Staff, Work Bench, & Solid - Fuel Cooker.
- Note 'Dirty' State Of Kitchen & Floor By Today's Standards.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||In The New Dietary, Kong Chuen.||View Inside The New Dietary, Showing 2 Kitchen Staff, & Solid-Fuel Cooker.||1936||P-A5.6-16|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||In The New Dietary, Kong Chuen.||View Inside The New Dietary At Kong Chuen ; Showing 2 Kitchen Staff, Work Bench, & Solid Fuel Cooker.
- Note 'Dirty' State Of Kitchen & Floor By Today's Standards.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Entrance To Kong Chuen Hospital.||View Looking Down A Pathway, Lined With Flowering Trees, To A Gateway.||1938||P-A5.6-18|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Bomb Site, Kong Chuen.||View Of Area In Kong Chuen Compound Where A Japanese Bomb Landed In January 1938.
-"Where The Nearest Bomb Landed. The People Are Around The Well Down Which The Bomb Was Said To Have Gone - But I Fear That's A Good Yarn Only."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||'Ambulance Corps Of The Japanese Red Cross Making Their Rounds.'||Group Of Japanese Ambulance Corps Standing Beside A Vehicle Covered In White Banners With Red Cross Symbol.
- Note The Women's Nurse's Hats.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Japanese Red Cross Attending To Chinese Children.||Japanese Red-Cross Doctor & Nurses Attending To A Chinese Child, Mukden.
-"The Japanese Red-Cross Have To Take Care Of Chinese Children Too."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Japanese Red-Cross Attending To Wounded Chinese Soldiers.||Japanese Doctors & Nurses Attending To Wounded Chinese Soldiers.
-"Wounded Chinese Soldiers Were Brought Into The Japanese Red-Cross Hospital, Mukden."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Derailed Engine & Bomb Hole Alongside.||View Of Derailed Steam Engine & Bomb Hole Alongside - Kong Chuen Station.
-"A Derailed Engine With Bomb Hole Alongside, 400 Yards Away From Us."
Dated: Jan 1938
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Bomb Sites At Kong Chuen.||View Of Bomb Craters In Fields At Kong Chuen.
-" Couple Of Neighbouring Bomb Holes."
Dated: Jan 1938
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Kong Chuen Compound Looking Toward Railway.||View From Kong Chuen Hospital Gate Over Fields Toward A Train Sitting On The Railway Line (Being The Target For The Japanese Bombs).
-"Hospital Gate-House On Right, Train That Was The Target On The Line In Middle Distance."
Dated: Jan 1938
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||One Of The Wrecked Rooms In The Hospital.||View Of Wrecked Hospital Room At Kong Chuen, After Japanese Bombing Of Jan 14 & 15, 1938.
- Note Plaque On Wall 'Rev Andrew Miller - In Memory' (Served C.V.M. 1915 To 1929).
- "One Of Wrecked Rooms In Hospital."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||3rd Year Nurses At Kong Chuen.||Outdoor Group Photo Of 7 3rd Year Nursing Trainees At Kong Chuen, Including Sr Eileen.M.Reid (Matron) (4th From Left) & Sr D.Robertson (5th From Left).
- "All But One Are Christians."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||The Union Theological College Evangelical Band.||Outdoor Group Photo Of The Union Theological College Evangelistic Band, Including It's Advisor, Rev G.H.McNeur.||c.1938||P-A5.32-95|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Miss Wong & Miss Yam.||Miss Wong (Principal Of Tak Kei Girls School) & (Blind) Teacher Miss Yam Standing On The Steps Of The School Building.||1936||P-A5.34-106|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Miss Wong & Students Of Tak Kei.||Miss Wong, Principal Of Tak Kei Girls School, With 12 Girls Who Graduated In 1936.||1936||P-A5.34-108|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||School Girls In Their Rice-Field.||Girls Of Tak Kei School Harvesting (?) Rice By Hand, In The School-Grounds.||1936||P-A5.34-109|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||A Wrecked Hospital Room.||View Of Wrecked Hospital Room At Kong Chuen, After Japanese Bombing Of Jan 14 & 15, 1938.
- Note Insect Screen Door.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||In The New Dietary, Kong Chuen Hospital.||View Inside The New Dietary, Showing 2 Kitchen Staff, & Solid Fuel Cooker.||1936||P-A5.35-115|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||A.Ying, A.T'ie & A Nurse.||Two Chinese Children, With A Nurse (Also A Current Patient), In A Hospital.
-"Two Little Patients With One Of Our Trained Nurses Who Was Just Recovering From An Illness."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||A Typical Street In Hong Kong.||View Of A Busy Street In Hong Kong ; Showing A Multitude Of People, With 4 - Storied Apartment Blocks & Shops On The Ground Floor.
Note The Washing Out To Dry.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Missionaries At Kong Chuen.||Group Of 12 Missionaries At Kong Chuen. Including (Left To Right) :
- Rev.G.McNeur; Sr E.M.Reid; Dr O.Eaton; Paddy Jansen; Jean McNeur; Annie Lilburn; Mrs P.McDiarmid; Unknown; Flora Wilson; Netta Yansen; Annie James; Frances Ogilvie.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||The Mission Group With Rev & Mrs D.McDiarmid.||Group Photo Of Missionaries At Kong Chuen, During Visit Of Rev & Mrs McDiarmid (Director Of Missions);
Including (Left To Right) :
Back Row - Rev G.McNeur; Dr Owen-Eaton; Mrs P.McDiarmid; Mrs McNeur; Rev E.Jansen; Netta Yansen; Annie James; Frances Ogilvie; Rev D.McDiarmid.
Front Row - Sr E.M.Reid; Jean McNeur; Annie Lilburn; Flora Wilson.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Chinese Pagoda.||Chinese 5-Storied Pagoda ; Part Of The Old Canton City Wall.||c.1939||P-A6.16-80|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Bean Curd Cakes For Use As Manure.||Transportation Of Bean Curd Cakes, Used As Manure In The Rice Fields.
-"This Is Not A Load Of 'Spare Wheels', But Large Cakes Of 'Bean Curd' Which Is Used As Manure In The Rice Fields.
Note The Distance Between Handles & The String Tied At The Front, Which Is Pulled By A Boy To Help The Steering."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||The Mission Car In A Rice Field.||Miss Annie James' Ford V8 Mission Car (With A Cross On It's Radiator), Parked In A Rice Field After A Japanese Air Raid.
[Refer To "Jade Engraved" By E.G.Jansen, Pages 13 To 16.]
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Senior Tak-Kei Girls, 1940.||Group Of 7 Girls From Tak-Kei Girls Boarding School.
-"Tak-Kei Girls Who Joined The Christian Fellowship During 1940."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Miss Wong, With 2 Children & A Woolly 'Lamb'.||Miss Wong, Principal Of Tak Kei Girls School, With 3 Children, One Dressed Up In A Paper 'Sheep's Suit' (Used In A Christmas Shepherds Scene).
Dated: Dec 1950
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Class At Shung -Kei Bible-Training School, Canton.||5 Students Sitting At Desks In The Shung-Kei Bible-Training College, Canton.||1939-40||P-A6.23-122|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Children.||Unknown Children Standing On A Rocky Area Of Land. Possibly Taken In Hong Kong.||c.1940||P-A6.23-123|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||N.Z. Building At Union Normal School, Sai Ch'uen.||Part Of N.Z. Building At Union Normal School, Sai Ch'uen.
3 Unknown Women Standing Outside.
-"The Ancient Building Is The New Zealand One At The U.N.S. Sai Ch'uen."
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Bigelow Building, Union Normal School, Canton.||View Of Bigelow Building At Union Normal School, Canton ; Showing A 2 Story Brick Building, With Collonaded Front Verandah & Tiled Roof.||1939-40||P-A6.23-126|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Shung Kei Bible-Training School, Canton.||View Of Shung Kei Bible-Training School For Women, Paak Hok Tung, Canton.||1939-40||P-A6.23-127|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Gathering (Possibly Medical Clinic).||Group Of Unknown Chinese, Waiting To See A Lady At A Table In The Centre Of The Room.
- Woman In Centre Wearing White Jacket & Skirt With Leather Case (Similar To A Bowling Case) On Table.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Union Theological Seminary, Canton.||Union Theological Seminary Paak Hok Tung, Canton ; Looking From The Garden.||1938||P-A6.40-180|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Canadian Building, Union Normal School, Canton.||View Of Canadian Building At Union Normal School, Canton.
- Shows A 2-Story Building, With A 3-Story Central Tower, With Front Verandahs.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||A Healthy Schoolboy.||A Young Unidentified Chinese Boy, In The Garden At Kong Chuen.
- Holding A Book With Chinese Text On It.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||A Garden Boy At Kong Chuen.||'To Kei Tseung', A Garden Boy At Kong Chuen, Holding A Wide-Brimmed Hat.||1938||P-A6.43-197|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Kaai Hau Hospital Compound.||In The Compound At Kaai Hau Hospital ; Including (L To R ) :
- Rev E.G.(Paddy) Jansen ; Miss Annie James ; Mrs MacDiarmid ; Miss D.Robertson.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Kaai Hau Hospital Compound.||In The Compound At Kaai Hau Hospital ; Including (L To R) :
- Rev E.G.(Paddy) Jansen ; Miss Annie James ; Mrs MacDiarmid ; Miss D.Robertson.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Shung Kei Bible-Training School.||The Shung Kei Bible-Training School For Women, Paak Hok Tung, Canton.||c.1939-40||P-A6.55-248|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Class At Shung Kei.||A Teacher, Leading A Class At Shung -Kei Bible-Training School
For Women, Paak Hok Tung, Canton.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Bed/Study Room At Shung Kei.||Inside A Bedroom/Study Room At Shung -Kei Bible-Training School For Women, Paak Hok Tung, Canton.
- Note The Mosquito Nets Over Beds.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Shung Kei Bible Training School.||View Of Shung Kei Bible Training School For Women, Paak Hok Tung, China.||1939-40||P-A6.55-251|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Shung Kei Bible Training School.||Students In A Lounge At Shung Kei Bible Training School, Paak Hok Tung, Canton.||1939-40||P-A6.55-252|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Shung Kei Bible Training School Students.||5 Students In A Classroom At The Shung Kei Bible Training School For Women, Paak Hok Tung, Canton.||1939-40||P-A6.55-253|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Shung Kei Students At Grave Of Leung Faat.||Students From Shung Kei At Grave Of Leung Faat, First Chinese Protestant Minister.||1939-40||P-A6.55-254|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Frances Ogilvie & Others At Unknown Gathering.||A Group Of Europeans & Chinese, Standing Around In A Courtyard.
- Miss Frances Ogilvie Between The Two Left Hand Doors.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Women Learning To Read.||Chinese Teachers From The Tak Kei Girls Boarding School Teaching Students To Read In The Compound Garden.||c.1936||P-A6.56-257|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Frances Ogilvie & Others At Unknown Gathering.||A Group Of Europeans & Chinese, Standing Around In A Courtyard.
- Miss Frances Ogilvie Standing Between The 2 Doorways.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Shung Kei Students Association Officers.||6 Officers Of The Shung Kei Students Association, Sitting On The Front Steps Of The School.
- Shung Kei Bible Training School For Women, Paak Hok Tung, Canton.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Shung Kei Bible Training School Students.||Students From The Shung Kei Bible Training School, Sitting On The School Steps.||1939-40||P-A6.57-265|
|497/87||Foreign Missions Committee||Group At Council Meeting, Kong Chuen.||A Group Photo, Taken On The Lawn At Kong Chuen, Of Those Who Attended The Last Council Meeting Before The McNeurs Left China. Including (L To R) :
Back Row - Miss Netta Yansen ; Miss Alice Cook ; Rev. George McNeur ; Mrs Margaret McNeur ; Rev. Herbert Davies ; Mrs Greta Graetzer ; Miss Francis Ogilvie ; Rev. Paddy Jansen.
Front Row - Unknown ; Sr Annie Lilburn ; Sr Eileen Reid ; Dr George Graetzer.
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||A Bombed Village.||Soldiers &/or Red-Cross Workers Carrying An Injured Person On A Stretcher From A Bombed Village.||c.1940||P-A30.5-14|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Searching For Wounded.||A Group Of People Searching Through Rubble Of Bombed Houses After An Attack , A Red-Cross Team In Foreground.||c.1940||P-A30.5-15|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Searching For Wounded.||A Group Of People Searching Through The Rubble Of Bombed Houses After An Attack.||c.1940||P-A30.5-16|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Red-Cross Workers.||Red-Cross Workers, Carrying An Injured Person On A Stretcher, Rubble From Bombing Underfoot.||c.1940||P-A30.5-17|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Red-Cross Workers.||Red-Cross Workers And/Or Soldiers, Carrying A Wounded Person On A Stretcher, Bombed Buildings & Rubble Visible Behind.||c.1940||P-A30.6-18|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||A Bombed Building.||A Group Of People, Some In Uniform, Standing Around & (Possibly) Assisting An Injured Person After A Bomb Has Landed, Rubble In Foreground.||c.1940||P-A30.6-19|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Typical Bomb Crater.||A Large Bomb Crater - Full Of Water.||c.1940||P-A30.6-20|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Where A Bomb Landed Among Sampans.||The Remains Of Sampans On A River, After A Bomb Landed Among Them.||c.1940||P-A30.6-21|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Some Of The Dead From Bombed Train.||Dead Bodies Of Chinese Lying On A Rice-Field After An Air Raid On A Train (A De-railed Wagon At Rear).||c.1940||P-A30.6-22|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Four Casualties.||4 Bodies Laid Out Together Beside A Road - Presumably Victims Of Bombing.||c.1940||P-A30.6-23|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||A Wrecked Plane.||The Tangled Metal Frame Of A Wrecked Plane, Sitting On A Railway Wagon, A Locomotive Depot At Rear.||c.1940||P-A30.6-24|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Bomb Protection Device.||Layers Of Bamboo Screens Built Atop Buildings To Take The Impact Of Bombs (Sampans In Foreground).
-"Screens Of Bamboo Poles Explode The Bomb Before It Touches The Building."
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||On The Way To Hospital.||Wounded On A Cart Being Pulled Through A Street (2 Nurses Walking Alongside).||c.1940||P-A30.7-26|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Chinese Women Doctors.||Three Chinese Doctors Working On A Chinese Patient In A French Roman Catholic Mission Hospital (A Nun Looking On).||c.1940||P-A30.7-27|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Carrying In Patient Wounded By Bombing.||Workers At Kong Chuen Hospital Carrying A Patient, Wounded By Bombing, On A Stretcher.||c.1940||P-A30.7-28|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Nurses Going Out After A Raid.||Two Nurses From Kong Chuen Hospital, Carrying A Stretcher Along A Track After A Local Air-Raid.||c.1940||P-A30.7-29|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Anti-Aircraft Guns.||A Row Of Anti-Aircraft Guns, Covered In Camouflage Paint, & Set-Up In A Field, A Tactor (?) At Rear.||c.1940||P-A30.7-30|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Bombing Victims.||A Row Of Children & Others Laid-Out On The Ground, Victims, Presumably, Of A Bombing Raid.||c.1940||P-A30.7-31|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Yearning Hearts Of Young China.||3 Chinese Children Sitting By A Doorway, Wearing Brightly Coloured Clothing.
- Hand Coloured Print Used As Fronticepiece For Booklet - 'Yearning Hearts Of Young China.'
Photographer : E.M.Newman, Publicity Photo Service.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Tak Kei School Group.||School Group At Tak Kei School, Macao (Temporarily Relocated From Kong Chuen During W.W.2) ; Including :
- Miss Wong - Principal (9.6cm From Left); Miss Yam (Blind) Teacher (10.5cm From Left); Little Miss Hoh (13.9cm) At Front.
Dated: 13 July 1940
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Many Mission Buildings Destroyed In China.||View Of Damaged Mission Building, Presumably Caused By Bomb In Japanese-Chinese War.||c.1938||P-S2-17|
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Miss Annie James & Her 3 Adopted Children.||Studio Portrait Of Miss Annie James & Three 'Adopted' Children - Luk Tsz Oz (May) ; Annie James ; Leung Po Chan (Betty) ; Lung Kwok Wai.
-"Pray That God-Given Energy May Enter Their Souls."
Photographer : Mee Cheung Studio, Hong Kong.
|88/7/12||Foreign Missions Committee||Hospital At Kaai Hau, China.||4 Individual Photos, Showing Rev.E.G.(Paddy) Jansen ; Miss Annie James & Mrs P.A.McDiarmid At The Cottage Hospital, Kaai Hau, China ; Taken During Visit Of Director Of Missions, Rev.D.N.McDiarmid.||1938||P-S3-18|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Dr G Graetzer||Dr George Graetzer, Pictured Sitting In A Cane Chair On A Veranda At Kong Chuen.||c.1940||MLS-3-CH-159|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Rev P Wong||Studio Portrait Of Rev Peter Wong Of The Church Of Christ In China.||c.1939||MLS-3-CH-170|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Children At Kong Chuen||An Unknown Girl Pictured In The Kong Chuen Compound With Two Wicker Baskets Suspended From A Carrying Pole Over Her Shoulders, And A Young Boy Beside Her.||c.1939||MLS-3-CH-172|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Child||An Unknown Chinese Child, Photographed Outside An Unknown Building.||c.1939||MLS-3-CH-174|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown School Children||A Group Of Young Chinese School Children Lined Up With Their Teacher Outside An Unknown Building.||c.1939||MLS-3-CH-175|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Donated Clothing(?)||Two Unknown Chinese Women Pictured Beside A Pile Of Clothing Or Material, Possibly As Aid To Refugees.||c.1939||MLS-3-CH-176|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Weaving A Mat||Chinese Children Pictured Outdoors Weaving A Mat On A Simple Upright Loom.||c.1939||MLS-3-CH-177|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Woodwork||Chinese Children Pictured Outdoors, Possibly At A School, Displaying Examples Of Woodwork, Including Chairs, A Bucket, And A Ribbed Board For Washing Clothes.||c.1939||MLS-3-CH-178|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Chinese Children||A Group Of Unknown Chinese Children.||c.1939||MLS-3-CH-181|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Graduate Of Shung Kei Bible Training College||Outdoors Portrait Of A Female Graduate Of The Shung Kei Bible Training College, Hong Kong.
-"One Of Our 1939 Graduates"
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Shung Kei Graduate With An Unknown Woman||Outdoors Portrait Of A Graduate Of The Shung Kei Bible Training College At Hong Kong(At Left), Together With An Unknown Woman(At Right).||c.1939||MLS-3-CH-183|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Refugees With Red Cross Gift||A Group Of Refugee Children Eating From Bowls Of Rice, With A Young Man Holding Up A Bag Which Contained Cracked Wheat, A Red Cross Gift To China From The People Of The U.S.A||c.1939||MLS-3-CH-185|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Refugees In Hong Chuen Compound"||Miss F G Olgilvie (At Rear), Pictured With A Group Of Young Refugees In The Kong Chuen Mission Compound.||c.1939||MLS-3-CH-187|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Three Unknown Women||Studio Portrait Of Three Unknown Chinese Women, Two Standing And One Seated.||c.1939||MLS-3-CH-188|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Drawing Water In A Rice Field||A Chinese Woman Pictured In A Rice Field, Under The Shade Of A Home Made Umbrella, Drawing Water From A Well.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-1|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Bombed Boats"||Boats Moored Beside A River Destroyed By Japanese Bombing.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-2|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Nurses And Trainees||Sr D Robertson(At Left) And Sr A Lilburne(At Right), Pictured With A Group Of Chinese Trainee Nurses At Kong Chuen.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-3|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||'Teachers And Pupils"||Sr E M Reid (Fourth From Left) And Sr D Robertson (Fifth From Left, Pictured With A Group Of Third Year Nursing Trainees At Kong Chuen.||1936||MLS-4-CH-4|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Grave Mounds||Conical Shaped Grave Mounds In A Field Between Kong Chuen And Fa Uen.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-6|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"China's Famine Areas"||A Map Of China Showing The Areas Affected By Famine As Well As The Western Limit Of The Japanese Advance Into China.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-8|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Christians At Paak Hok Tung Refugee Camp.||Group Photo Of Refugees At Paak Hok Tung, Possibly Just Baptized At A Communion Service.
-Miss F G Olgilvie (In Back Row, Third From Right)
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Hong Kong Harbour(?)||A Harbour Scene With A Ferry Boat, Possibly Crossing Between Kowloon And The New Territories.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-19|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Tak Kei Principal And Students||Miss Wong, Principal Of Tak Kei School At Kong Chuen (In Centre, At Front), Pictured With Twelve Girls Who Received Their Certificates In 1936.||1936||MLS-4-CH-21|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Tak Kei Schoolchildren At Macao.||Group Photo Of Tak Kei Schoolchildren, Taken On The Front Steps Of The Temporary School Building At Macao.||c.1940||MLS-4-CH-22|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Our Friend, The Enemy"||Group Photo Of The Two Missionaries, Pictured With A Japanese Imperial Army Soldier At Kong Chuen During The Japanese Occupation Of China.
(Left To Right)
Rev E G Jansen; Miss F M Wilson; Japanese Soldier.
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Tak Kei School Principal And Teacher||Miss Wong (At Back), The Principal Of Tak Kei Girl's School, Pictured By The School Front Entrance With Miss Yum, A Blind Teacher(At Right).||1936||MLS-4-CH-25|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"The Canton Internees"||Outdoors Group Photo Of Missionaries At Kong Chuen Who Were Later Interned In Canton.
(Left To Right)
Rev E G Jansen; Sr A Lilburne; Sr F M Wilson; Sr D Robertson.
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Gardener At Kong Chuen||A Chinese Gardener, Pictured In The Grounds Of The Kong Chuen Compound.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-28|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Sunday School In Compound"||Chinese Girls At An Outdoors Sunday School Class In The Kong Chuen Compound.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-33|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Missionaries At Kong Chuen||Outdoors Group Photo Of Missionaries At Kong Chuen.
(Left To Right)
Back Row- Rev H Davies; Miss M J McNeur; Miss N Yansen; Sr E Reid; Miss F G Olgilvie; Dr A T Howie.
Front Row- Mrs M T Davies; Miss A Cook; Rev G H McNeur; Rev E G Jansen; Mrs M S McNeur.
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Over The Hedge"||Six Nurses From Kong Chuen Pictured Looking Over The Top Of A Hedge.||1936||MLS-4-CH-35|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Servants Learning To Read"||Chinese Teacher's From The Tak Kei Girl's Boarding School Teaching Students To Read In The Compound Garden.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-43|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Gifts For Hospital"||Group Photo Of Students From The Tak Kei Girl's School At Kong Chuen, Pictured On The School Steps With Their Harvest Thanksgiving Gifts For The Hospital.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-45|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Children Acting A Play"||A Group Of Children Dressed Up As Doctors And Nurses To Take Part In A Play.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-47|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Faithful Lizzie"||Three Missionaries Pictured Standing Beside Miss Annie James's Ford Car.
(Left To Right)
Sr F M Wilson; Sr A Lilburne; Rev E G Jansen(?).
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Tak Kei Staff"||Group Photo Of The Tak Kei School Staff, Taken On Christmas Day On The Steps Of The Temporary School Building At Macau.
(Left To Right)
Back Row- Sr A Lilburne; Betty Leung; Miss Hoh (Small); Miss Hoh (Tall).
Front Row- Miss F Wilson; Miss Netta Yansen; Miss Wong (Principal); Miss Wong's Niece Or Nephew; Miss Yam (Blind).
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Working In Fields||Farmers Working Strips Of Cultivated Land Next To A Pathway.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-51|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Map Of South China Mission Stations||Copy Of A Map Showing The Name And Location Of Mission Stations And Schools Within The Canton Villages Mission Area.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-54|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Group Photo Of Students||Group Photo, Taken In A Garden, Of Female Chinese Students, Dressed In White Tunics And Baggy Pantaloon Trousers.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-55|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Chinese Village, Winter (?)"||A Chinese Rural Village, Viewed Across Plots Of Cut Rice In Winter Time.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-56|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"A Way Of Carrying Children"||A Chinese Woman, Pictured Carrying A Child On Her Back With A Harness.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-57|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Kindegarten Class, Kong Chuen"||Young Children Pictured Seated On The Lawn In The Kong Chuen Compound During A Kindegarten Class.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-58|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Tak Kei School Principal And Teacher||Miss Wong (At Back), The Principal Of Tak Kei Girl's School, Pictured By The School Front Entrance With Miss Yum, A Blind Teacher(At Front).||1936||MLS-4-CH-61|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"The Weekly Rice Ration"||War Refugees Lining Up To Recieve Their Weekly Ration Of Rice At An Unknown Mission Station.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-66|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Bible Women"||Outdoors Group Photo Of Chinese Bible Women.
(Possibly Sr A James' Biblewoman At Right)
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall, Canton||Exterior View Of The (Dr) Sun Yat Sen Memorial Hall In Canton, Built With Pagoda Styled Hipped Tile Roofing.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-69|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Planting Rice"||Two Women Pictured Standing In A Flooded Paddy Field Planting Out Rice.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-70|
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||"Remember Thy Creator In Youth"||A Chinese Boy, Pictured Standing In A Garden.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-71|
|499/31||Foreign Missions Committee||Carriers||Two Carriers, Pictured By The Key Institute Building At Kong Chuen, Both Carrying Baskets Of Goods Suspended From Carrying Poles Over Their Shoulders.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-76|
|499/31||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Women||A Group Photo Of Unknown Chinese Women Pictured Sitting On The Lawn.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-78|
|499/31||Foreign Missions Committee||Nursing Students With Diplomas||Two Female Chinese Nurses And One Male, Pictured Outside The Key Institute At Kong Chuen Holding Their Diplomas.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-80|
|499/31||Foreign Missions Committee||"Christian Pupils, Tak Kei"||Outdoors Group Photo Of Students From The Tak Kei Girl's Boarding School At Kong Chuen.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-85|
|499/31||Foreign Missions Committee||Group Photo Of Unknown Woman||An Outdoor Group Photo Of Unknown Chinese Women.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-86|
|499/31||Foreign Missions Committee||Group At Union Theological College||Group Photo Of Seven Students Or Lecturers, Taken On The Front Steps Of Fulton Hall At The Union Theological College At Paak Hok Tungk, Canton.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-87|
|499/31||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Commercial Buildings||Exterior View Of Unknown Commercial Buildings, Presumably In Canton.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-89|
|499/31||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Woman In Doorway||An Unknown Woman (Possibly Mrs M S McNeur), Pictured By The Front Entrance Of An Unknown Building.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-90|
|499/31||Foreign Missions Committee||Unknown Building||A Large Unknown Building, Partly Obscured By Trees And Fronted By A Stone And Wrought Iron Fence.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-97|
|499/31||Foreign Missions Committee||Chinese Babies||A "Montage" Of Chinese Babies.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-101|
|499/31||Foreign Missions Committee||"Staff, Visitor And Teachers, Tak Kei School"||Group Photo, Taken On The School Steps, Of The Staff Of The Tak Kei School At Kong Chuen, Along With A Visitor.
(Left To Right)
Back Row- Miss N Yansen; Unknown; Miss A Cook.
Second Row- Miss F G Ogilvie; Miss Wong (Principal); (Big) Miss Hoh.
Front Row- (Blind) Miss Yam; (Little) Miss Hoh.
|499/31||Foreign Missions Committee||"A Crippled Child"||A Crippled Child Adopted By Sr D Robertson And Sr E M Reid At Kong Chuen.||c.1936||MLS-4-CH-172|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee||Dr. W. M. Brookfield||Studio Portrait Of Dr. W. M. W. Brookfield||1940|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee.||Student Group At Grave Of Leung Ah Faat||A Student Group From The "Shung Kei Bible Training School For Women" At The Grave Of Leung Ah Faat, The First Protestant Preacher In China||c.1939-40||P-A10.20-60|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee.||Miss Ogilvie And Students||A Group From The "Shung Kei Bible Training School For Women" At Paak Hok Tung, Canton; (Left To Right):
Miss. F. G. Ogilvie; Two Seniore Students; Ky Wu
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee.||A Corner Of A Dormitory||Three Students In One Of The Dormitories At The "Shung Kei Bible Training School For Women" , Paak Hok Tung, Canton.||c.1939-40||P-A10.20-62|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee.||Outside A Village Temple||A Group Of Children Gathered Outside A Village Temple
"Outside A Village Temple - A Story Telling Group"
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee.||Students From Shung Kei Bible Training School||A Group Of Students (& Others) From The "Shung Kei Bible Training School For Women", Canton||c.1939-40||P-A10.20-64|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee.||Shung Kei Bible Training School||The "Shung Kei Bible Training School For Women" Building At Paak Hok Tung, Canton||c.1939-40||P-A10.20-65|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee.||At A Picnic||A Group Of Girls From The "Shung Kei Bible Training School For Women" At A Picnic||c.1939-40||P-A10.20-66|
|O/S||Foreign Missions Committee.||Miss A. Hazel McNeur||Studio Portrait Of Miss Areta H. McNeur (later Mrs. Milne)
Dated: May 1940
|Foreign Missions Committee.||Women Learning To Read.||Chinese Teachers With Students From The Tak Kei Girls Boarding School, Reading From Books, In The Compound Garden.||c.1936||P-A30.21-69|
|496/53||Foreign Missions Committee.||Mrs M.S.McNeur.||Studio Portrait Of Mrs Margaret McNeur, Missionary To China.||c.1940||P-A9.55-153|
|496/53||Foreign Missions Committee.||Rev.H.Davies.||Studio Portrait Of Rev.H.Davies, Missionary To China.||c.1940||P-A9.55-154|
|496/53||Foreign Missions Committee.||Mrs M.Davies.||Studio Portrait Of Mrs Margaret Davies, Missionary To China.||c.1940||P-A9.55-155|
|496/53||Foreign Missions Committee.||A.Lilburn & F.Wilson Leaving On The Awatea.||Sr.Annie Lilburn & Sr.Flra Wilson On Board The 'Awatea' Upon Departure From Auckland For Sydney. (Both In Centre, Together).
Photographer : Rev.Aubrey Lowdden.
|496/53||Foreign Missions Committee.||A.Lilburn & F.Wilson Leaving On The Awatea.||Sr Annie Lilburn & Sr Flora Wilson On Board The 'Awatea' Upon Departure From Auckland For Sydney.
(Sr Lilburn In Centre, With Hat ; Sr Wilson To Her Left (Obscured).
Photographer : Rev.Aubrey Lowden.
|496/53||Foreign Missions Committee.||Group Photo Of McNeur's & Davies'.||Group Photo Of Mr & Mrs McNeur And Mr & Mrs Davies, Photographed On A Black Background.||c.1939||P-A9.57-160|
|496/54||Foreign Missions Committee.||Quadruplets.||Quadruplets Born At The Paak Hok Tung Refugee Camp, Canton, With Their Mother.
-"Quadruplets, 2 Girls & 2 Boys, Born On Sept 24, 1939 At Paak Hok Tung Refugee Camp In Canton. Their Mother Is With Them."
|499/30||Foreign Missions Committee||Rev E G Jansen And Unknown Man.||Rev E G Jansen (At Right), Pictured In The Kong Chuen Compound With An Unknown Man.||c.1939||MLS-4-CH-60|
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