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Politics and Government · Organisations · Streets and Places · TransportationThis photograph shows the back of a Red Cross vehicle on a street in Shanghai. A few men and a woman are walking on the street. This was taken during an anti-cholera campaign in Shanghai in 1919-1921. Title devised by Library staff.
American Red Cross workers passing through Harbin on the way home from the Koltchak Siberian Expedition, 1919Personalities · OrganisationsDr. Wu Lien-teh (second from right), Dr. George Davis (extreme right) of Ottawa. This photograph shows Dr. Wu, a Penang-born physician and a Chinese man in changshan with three American Red Cross workers. The Red Cross workers were passing through Harbin on the way home from the Koltchak Siberian Expedition....
Personalities · OrganisationsDr. Wu Lien-teh, extreme right. This photograph shows three American Red Cross workers, two male and one female, with Dr. Wu and his colleague. The workers are visiting Dr. Wu at his anti-cholera workplace. They are standing amongst trees and plants. This was taken in the outdoors in 1919. Title...
Organisations · Politics and GovernmentThis photograph shows three American Red Cross workers, one male and two female, with some Chinese villagers. All are standing. This was taken outside a brick building during cholera control in Manchuria in 1919. Title devised by Library staff.