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Photographs Album details for shelfmark Photo 1088/

Views of Wei Hai Wei at the time of its transfer to Great Britain as a treaty port.

Photographers: Unknown
Contents: 14 prints 108x155mm Printing-out paper
Provenance: Presented by John Falconer, OIOC, 7 November 2001
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Description: Collection of 14 loose printing-out paper prints, captioned in ink on the reverse. The photographs show views of Wei Hai Wei, British officers and men of H.M.S. 'Eclipse', and a group with Sir Ernest Satow and the Viceroy of Nanking. The photographs appear to relate to the transfer of Wei Hai Wei to the British as a treaty port in 1898.



Album contents:-
Photo 1088/(1) The British Minister if China Sir E. Satow and Capt. Stokes with the Viceroy of Nanking, China [at Wei Hai Wei]. 
Photo 1088/(2) Capt. R.H.S. Stokes of H.M.S. Eclipse [at Weihaiwei]. 
Photo 1088/(3) Mr Kenshett, carpenter of H.M.S. Eclipse [at Weihaiwei]. 
Photo 1088/(4) Gun Room officers, H.M.S. Eclipse [at Weihaiwei]. 
Photo 1088/(5) Gun Room officers, H.M.S. Eclipse [at Weihaiwei]. 
Photo 1088/(6) Pier at Wei Hai Wei on the day of the Alliance with Japan. 
Photo 1088/(7) H.M.S. Eclipse and Talbot lying at anchor off Wei Hai Wei. 
Photo 1088/(8) The Magazine, Wei Hai Wei. 
Photo 1088/(9) Marine sentry on Magazine at Wei Hai Wei. 
Photo 1088/(10) Marine signalmen at Wei Hai Wei. 
Photo 1088/(11) Naval canteen, Wei Hai Wei, China. 
Photo 1088/(12) Destruction [at Weihaiwei] during the late war. 
Photo 1088/(13) Forts of Wei Hai Wei broken up by the Japs during the War. 
Photo 1088/(14) Landing pier, Marto, China. 


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