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  • Entrance to anti-plague bureau, Fuchiatien, 1911

    Events
    Manchurian plague epidemic, plague hospital, 2 medical staff with disinfection pump. This photograph shows the entrance to Anti-Plague Bureau in plague-stricken Fuchiatien, Harbin, in 1911. A man with two horses can be seen on the left while a man with a long rifle-like item is on the right. Title devised...
  • Plague times, Harbin, 1921

    Personalities · Events
    Dr. Wu Lien-teh, extreme right. This photograph shows seven medical officers and three men in uniforms in Harbin during plague times. The medical officers are in protective gowns that fully cover their bodies except their hands. The upper parts of the faces of the man on the left and Dr....
  • Improvised ambulances used in the 1910-11 epidemic

    Transportation · Politics and Government · Events
    The one on the right was for the sick and the one on the left was for contacts. This photograph shows two improvised ambulances used in the 1910-11 plague in Harbin. These wagons are pulled by horses. The one for the sick is covered while that for contacts is unsheltered....
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh at dinner with Harbin staff, 1921

    Personalities · Politics and Government
    Dr. Wu Lien-teh, extreme right. This photograph shows Dr. Wu Lien-teh at a dinner with his Harbin staff in 1921. Dr. Wu, a Penang-born physician, is facing the left. In all there are seven men and two women. They are seated at a round table. Title devised by Library staff....
  • Sansing Hospital staff, 1913

    Personalities · Politics and Government
    This is a group photograph of eight male staff members of Sansing Hospital. A Red Cross badge is affixed to the left sleeve of the shirt of each of the six standing men. Seated on the left is Medical Officer, Dr. Tang Tsung-nien. This was taken at the entrance to...
  • Medical officers in plague times, Harbin, 1911

    Politics and Government · Events
    This photograph shows two medical officers in Harbin during plague times. Both are in protective gowns that fully cover their bodies except their hands. The upper part of the face of the man on the left is exposed while the lower half is covered by a mask. The officer on...
  • Closed schools and evacuated inns were rented and renovated to serve as offices and disinfection stations, 1911

    Politics and Government · Events
    This photograph shows medical and security personnel standing outside a closed school. The medical personnel are in protective gowns covering all but the eyes. All except one of the security personnel are wearing face masks. During the plague in Manchuria in 1911 closed schools and evacuated inns were rented and...
  • Dr. Wu Lien-teh with Medical Officer Dr Tang Tsung-nien at the entrance to Sansing Hospital, 1913

    Personalities
    This is a group photograph of five men at the entrance of Sansing Hospital. Seated from left are Dr. Wu Lien-teh, a Penang-born physician, and Medical Officer, Dr .Tang Tsung-nien. This was taken in 1913. Title devised by Library staff.