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  • Roman Catholic compound, where 250 bodies were collected, 1911

    Streets and Places · Events
    This photograph shows the entrance to the hospital run by the Roman Catholics in China. 250 bodies of plague victims were collected from here in 1911. Part of an one-storey building blocked by wooden walls can be seen on the left of the entrance. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Newchwang Quarantine Hospital entrance

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    This photograph shows the entrance to the Newchwang Quarantine Hospital which opened in 1920. Single-storey buildings can be seen from the entrance. Title devised by Library staff.
  • View from inside Newchwang Quarantine Hospital grounds, 1924

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows a view from inside Newchwang Quarantine Hospital grounds. The hospital opened in 1920. Single-storey buildings can be seen. This was taken in 1924. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Woosung Quarantine Station

    Streets and Places · Politics and Government
    This photograph shows part of Woosung Quarantine Hospital. This view of the quarantine station shows a single-storey building with a tall structure in the background. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Hospital buildings in China

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows some buildings of a hospital in China. In the front is a single-storey building. Behind it, on the left, is part of a two-storey building and, on the right, is a higher building. Young trees on grass-covered land are in the foreground. Title devised by Library staff.
  • Newchwang Quarantine Hospital, 1928

    Streets and Places
    This photograph shows the Newchwang Quarantine Hospital which opened in 1920. The hospital building is mainly one-storey with a section that is two-storeys high. A body of water is located in front of the hospital. This was taken in 1928. Title devised by Library staff.