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Letterpapers of Peking

A new collection of coloured woodcuts

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        LC Classifications1950
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 98 p. :
        Number of Pages96
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        ISBN 10nodata

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In his age, the heyday of the late phase of the British Empire, to be an imperialist was no badge of shame; on the contrary it was a privilege conferred by the good fortune of being born a subject of the Queen.

Photography was cumbersome, the province of professionals trained in the obscure alchemy of albumen emulsions and collodion processes. By the time Morrison arrived in Peking, the Legation Quarter boasted banks, bowling alleys, bicycle tracks, a dedicated post office and even a Swiss-run hotel.

Read Letter from Peking Online by Pearl S. Buck

Costumes Xingtou, popularly known as Xifu, in Chinese origins of Peking opera. and Helen Wolf Methodist missionaries in Wuhu, Anhui 1921-1935PGH clergyman in Minnesota and North Dakota 1935-1977 ; correspondence, writings, biographical documentation.

It is good to see that China is gradually improving the Peking Opera. Racialist discourse was just another thing, like trade and missionaries, that followed the flag. By the time Morrison went to China to report for the London Times in 1897, the Manchu-Qing dynasty was in terminal decline.

Art of War: Chinese woodcuts from Yan’an ca. 1944

Brown, Fanny Pomeroy YWCA worker in Shanghai, Peking ca. Mary and her husband William Cochran were stationed in Paotingfu 1933-1941. Missionary in Yuanling, Hunan 1947-1948Sendai, Japan 1948-1950 ; correspondence. He was not a man to suffer fools with patience, nor always to treat the stupid with kindness; he was impatient of the lack of vision, or narrowness of outlook, which he frequently found in his employers and colleagues.