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  • Plague compound, Harbin Hospital, China, circa 1912

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    This photograph shows part of the plague compound in Harbin Hospital, China, circa 1912. There are two single-storey buildings forming two sides of a quadrangle. Flowers and plants are grown in the quadrangle. Part of a taller brick structure can be seen on the left. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Sansing Hospital and the then Taoyin of Sansing

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    This photograph shows the front view of one of the six large existing buildings that was converted to Sansing Hospital. This is a single-storey building built in the traditional Chinese style. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Administration and Laboratory Block, Harbin Hospital, completed in 1920

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    This photograph shows the Administration and Laboratory Blocks in Harbin Hospital. The two-storey buildings were completed in 1920. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Ready-made buildings for use as Sansing Isolation Hospital, 1913

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    Ready-made buildings (6 large blocks) within fenced compound were bought in 1913 and prepared for use as Sansing Isolation Hospital. This photograph shows the buildings housing Sansing Isolation Hospital. They are single-storey buildings. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Hospital ward after conversion in Sansing Hospital, 1913

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    This photograph shows the external view of the wards of Sansing Isolation Hospital which was converted from six existing buildings. This was taken in 1913. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Harbin Hospital, completed in 1925, with Dr. Wu Lien-teh, the hospital director, in the foreground

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    This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh, a Penang-born Chinese doctor, well-known as the father of modern medicine in China and the physician who fought the Manchurian plague, standing in front of the Harbin Hospital, China. The Plague Laboratory and Museum, Director's Residence, Porter's Lodge and gate from within have been...
  • Sansing Hospital after conversion, 1913

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    This photograph shows part of Sansing Hospital which was converted from six large existing buildings. A man in a white robe can be seen standing in front of the building on the right. This was taken in 1913. Title devised by Library staff.
  • View of building before conversion into Sansing hospital, 1913

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    This photograph shows a man posing in front of one of the six large existing buildings that was converted to Sansing Hospital. This is a dilapidated single-storey building. This was taken in 1913. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Harbin Hospital, completed in 1925, with Dr. Wu Lien-teh, the hospital director, in the foreground

    Personalities · Streets and Places
    This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh, a Malayan-born Chinese doctor, well-known as the father of modern medicine in China and the physician who fought the Manchurian plague, standing in front of the Harbin Hospital, China. The building right behind Dr. Wu is the Plague Laboratory and Museum while his residence...
  • Model pneumonic plague block in the east compound of Harbin Hospital, 1926

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    This photograph shows the exterior of a model pneumonic plague block in the east compound of Harbin Hospital. It is a single-storey brick building with large windows. This was taken in 1926. Title devised by Library staff.