24612 Church and Parsonage at Lien Ku Chow. Scene of massacre of Ju Da
Yeay and six Christians in June 1902, during Boxer movement near Tzechow.
His church was destroyed and the cement floor is now used as threshing
floor. Church membership, however has grown. For further detail - see
general f... (word destroyed)
24613 Christians in a Bible Conference Group. Pan Lung Tsang in Tzechow
24793 Making first tennis court on Methodist Episcopal Compound after Boxer uprising.
Pounding earth with a "Spider." Durham Hall, Peking. University in
24794 Compound. Getting ready to build the Women's Foreign Missionary Society buildings. Hatamen
(City Gate) tower and city wall (south wall of Tartar city) in background.
German fort on wall at right of Gate Tower. Part of Hopkins Memorial
Hospital at extreme right-back, 1902.
25016 Closer view of "Our Raft on the Kan." Dr. Kupfer slept in the chair
at the right of the man. I (Bishop Bashford) slept two nights on this raft
under the stars of heaven and "good sleeping" it was.
25140 Little ones at dinner. It costs only $10 gold a year to keep one of
these littles ones in the Anchuanchwang School and give them all the food
25141 Two boys being educated in a Christian School. The little fellow on
the left was given away by his father to work in a cotton factory - a sure
and early death for him. He was rescued by the missionary. The boy on the
right is the son of a poor Christian widow in Peking. He is bright and
lovable. There are many just such promising boys as this who can be
rescued from heathen homes and brought up in Christian schools.
25142 Men's Evangelistic Meeting in Shanghai addressed by Sherwood Eddy.
2500 in attendence.
25180 Rev. Ding Li Mei a graduate of the Shantung Christian University,
whose gifts, as a powerful evangelist, are recognized throughout China.
25181 Rev. Ding Li Mei; "Men and Missions" Oct. 1916
25182 Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Keeler and Christians who have come to see them
25183 Section of Foochow (walled city) China. Picture taken from ancient
Lion Tower. Near it in foreground are native buildings on main business
streets, at chief points in which is temporarily housed Central Methodist Episcopal
26210 Police Station, Hatamen Street, Peking. 1903. See 24813.
26233 Workmen constructing main college building. Heart College West
China University Canadian Methodist Mission. The building is of gray brick
and tile; is 170 ft. long and 3.5 stories high and cost about $30,000.
26354 Throughout China the mission schools are now recognized etc.
26355 Kiangso is approximately a fifth larger than Illinois.
26397 A needle image, which Dr. Huntly got from a needle doctor in the
city of Hangang. It represents the different parts of the human anatomy
into which he is prepared to plunge needles which are from four to twelve
inches long for the cure of disease.
26487 General view of the university compound. The mountains in the
distance is where Prof. Bailie has his forestry Experiment Station, the
agriculture Department of the University of Nanking, which is in the
26498 Methodist Episcopal Gateway and Church. Methodist Episcopal Compound, Peking.
26499 Changhi Girls' School, China
26500 Women's Foreign Missionary Society Southwest side of hill woman washing in pool little baby
near her. Man washing vegetables. White spots and broken ice, pond
covered with ice in winter. Five grave stones are on the hill to the right
of the three and lowest down are the stones breaking? graves and property
28426 Hospital, Dieutsui. This picture was taken after he had been two
months in the hospital and was about to leave. The child was wearing a new
pair of shoes presented by Russian shoemaker who was interested in this
28427 Curious natives about Dr. Gamewell and his portable typewriters.
27552 University of Nanking. In the foreground two residents. In the
background beginning at the left - high school classroom building. The
dormitory: Administration building; Chapel; Science Hall. Beyond these
(not university) Girls' High School. Women's Bible Training School. The
dwelling nearest in the foreground is the Urlson Home.
27553 A view of the hill from which the general view was taken. Chinese
graves cover the hills.
27554 Entrance to the University Campus.
27555 On the campus, facing west. Nanking University.
28841 H.E. Governor Tang Chi Yao Military Governor of Yuanan. Province
China Governor Tand Chi Yao after completing the studies in China next to
Japan and graduated from a military college. While in Japan he was a
member of the Y.M.C.A.. On his return to Yunan, he set aside a Confucian
temple for Y.M.C.A. purposes. The Governor, though not a Christian, is
very sympathetic toward Christianity and by mandate has instructed
officials and people to hold in honor all missionaries and allow them full
liberty to propagate the Gospel.
28545 Teacher and Preacher and Mrs. Manly. Tzechow, China.
28546 Teachers and Preachers, China. Group of native teachers and
preachers, Tzechow, W. China. Left hand standing Wang Chin Fuh, teacher
Tzechow Boarding School. Right di Tien Yuin, left Yang Gin Nagan. Middle,
Shiong Shia Tsen.
28547 Women's Foreign Missionary Society Girls' Day School, Tzechow, West China.
28548 Two native preachers and their families. Chang Fah Ka and di Tien
Yuin with old Mrs. Shao Tzechow.
28744 The Prinipal, Mr. J.H. Irish, and Mrs. Irish. Hinghwa, Guthrie
Memorial High School. China.
28740 Guthrie Memorial High School. Hinghwa, China. Top row from left to
right: Li Ping Ling - normal school. Li Phiong Liu - Turkieu Union
College. Hong Ga. Hang - normal school. Li Ping Ming - Turkieu Union
College. Ling Hing Goh - normal school.
28799 The last stop on a 200 miles round of District by mule cart last
January and December. My pac of food is tied on behind and my bedding is
inside to help break the jolt...
28927 First Girls' School in Chunghing, West China opened in 1882 by Miss
Frances Wheeler. Her father and mother were the pioneers of our board in
West China. She could have had 100 pupils but had room for only 22. Dr.
Wheeler died in Shanghai 1902. Mr. Wheeler is in Geneva. Mrs. Wheeler has
been in the work for 33 years.
28928 Dr. Diao and family (Y.K) Lewis (22), Harry (10), Walter (9),
Stephen (6), Clara (6), Daisy.
28929 Chinese wedding.
28931 New Testament presented to Emperor Kuang Hiu, 1893.
31562 Foreign American School close to the house of W.F. Wilson. Mr.
Wilson is missionary in charge of the Chinkiang District China Conference
with residence in Nankina, China.
31865 Group of intermediate girls in May pole exercise. Rulison School.
(Kinkiang, 1915). China.
31864 Grave of Confucius Chufu, China.
31854 Intinerating on the South Tientsin District. An ancient bridge
crossing an old river in which there has been no water for four hundred
years. In the Ming Dynasty, the river changed its course. This shows Dr.
Davis on the cart. He accompanied M.M. Brown on his first trip over the
33600 A man cured of blindness leading his friends to the hospital.
33601 Eye patients, Changtu Hunan Hospital. The heavy man at the back
named Sen was cured of cataract after five years of blindness. He and his
family live 150 miles from Changtu. All because Christians, China.
33602 Chinese ambulance - man being carried to Union Medical College
33604 The largest theater in Peking where Sherwood Eddy held his first
meeting in southern city. Every day....crowded with...enjoying...
33605 This is part of the famous Parl St. Church in Peking. It is one of
the best churches that the Methodists own in Peking. But this dirty hovel
does not attract people to Christ. We want 26,000 gold to build a modern
38040 Two smiling Chinese boys. China General S.S. Slide #6.
38039 Two smiling Chinese boys.
38044 Headquarters Electric Light Plant, Chengtu. 1000 miles from a
railroad - entirely under Chinese Control.
38045 Preachers and superintendents Chengtu District with leading gentry
of town of Sikiaba where there has been very great opposition but when the
gentry finally changed their attitude made gifts to the Church, had a feast
with Christians leaders and permitted this picture to be taken with the
Christians. (Picture taken by travelling photographers.) (2 day journey
38046 Tailor's shop, Chengtu, showing 4 Singer machines. Trousers hanging
up and in machines. Khaki Soldiers clothes.
38047 Chengtu Church seats 450 - 500 turned away every Sunday morning.
Built 20 years ago and paid for by (Miss?) H.D. Pady (no board money.)
Gray brick. Window panes dark brown.
38048 Mrs. Ding Graduate of Women's Foreign Missionary Society School, Chengtu. Leading woman
authortiy on primary education in West China. Supt. of Women's Foreign Missionary Society Schools in
Chengtu District. Husband is pastor of Church at Yang Huan. Brick gray
stone brown. Dress black silk. China.
38049 Street front of property in Chengtu. Women's Foreign Missionary Society property wall at
right, (lamp post and frame light green.) China.
38050 Preachers of Chengtu district. Bishop Lewis and superintendents.
January 1917. Chengtu, China.
39082 Bishop Lewis and other workers on deck of house boat bidding good-
bye to Gong-cia Sunday School children and members of Bible study
Institute District superintendent Ling standing back of Bishop. China.
39083 Grave of Ling Ching Ding, a rough fisherman and also a pirate. The
story of his conversion is a thrilling one. China.
39084 Just outside the city of Suki ("Bomueburu") among the mountains.
100 miles back of Foochow is the place where the great sage and teacher
Phu. He was born 900 years ago. These temples mark the spot. China.
39085 Junior class of the Fukiew Union College at Foochow, 1917. With
Professor Sites and Kellogg. China.
39161 Dr. Vaughn investigating his crumbling river wall. Will it stand
the coming floods and heavy currents? *1500 wanted to wall in this end of
our spendid hospital sites at Nanchang.
39162 A salt "go-down" or warehouse in Nanchang, China. These warehouses
under government control and inspection are outstanding structures in the
wholesale district of China's ancient cities.
39163 Dr. Charles (standing) and Dr. Vaughn watching Chinese digging lotus
root from the black muck of the moat, outside the city wall. Nanchang.
39164 With the rush of the new spirit follows the edict abolishing the old
system of education. These buildings were hastily erected as the new
provincial university of Kiangsu. They found that buildings do not make a
university and tehy are now used as soldiers' barracks.