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Streets and PlacesThis photograph shows a house in a rural area. A single-storey building with an attic in one section it is made of stone and wood. A structure made of logs is on the right. This was taken while the photographer was travelling in Mongolia. Title devised by Library staff.
Streets and PlacesForty to sixty men often lived together. Hot-beds for plague. This photograph shows part of an underground hut for coal miners in Jalainor. It is half-buried in earth. Only the windows, chimney and entrance are visible. This was taken on 11 February 1921. Title devised by Library staff.
Personalities · Streets and PlacesThis photograph shows four adults and four children outside Dr. T N Tang's home in Pingshan, New Territories. Hong Kong. Dr. Tang's house is a single-storey building. The garden is in the foreground. This was taken in 1958. Title devised by Library staff.
Geography and Travels · Streets and PlacesThis photograph shows three young ladies posing at the entrance of a house owned by Dr. Wu Lien-teh, a Penang-born physician. Two of the ladies are dressed in traditional Chinese costumes while the one in the middle is in Western attire. A signboard bearing Dr. Wu's Chinese name prominently is...
Streets and PlacesThis photograph shows the front view of Taotai Yamen, the house in which Dr. Wu Lien-teh, a Penang-born physician, stayed during plague times (1910-1911) in Harbin. It is a single-storey house. Trees with bare branches line the path leading to the house. Title devised by Library staff.
Streets and PlacesThis photograph shows a Mongolian hut. A bare-footed Mongolian man stands smilingly near the entrance. Title devised by Library staff.