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Views and Custom of North China : vol.1

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0007 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The River Paiho. The entrance of the Tien Tsin Port, the oppsit Bund is a part of the German Concession.
0009 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The German Monument of the Boxer war in the German Concession. The Large Building in the Back is the German Barracks.
0011 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Wilhelm-Road in German Concession. The German Consulate General, Commander's Official Residence and German Club etc. are on this Road. The German Monument of the Boxer war stands at the end of this Road.
0013 [Photo] @t (Tien Tsin) The Bund in the German Concession.
0013 [Photo] @b (Tien Tsin) Chin Tang Bridge. This is built across the River Paiho between Australian Concession and Chinese City.
0015 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The Paiho River. The Opposite Bund is the German and British Concessions, many streamers can be moored hereabout.
0017 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The Paiho River in Winter. The building on the Bund is the Russian Monument of the Boxer War.
0019 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Frosty Willow Trees in the Russian Park..
0021 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The Russian Monument of the Boxer War in the Russian Concession.
0023 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Astor House Hotel. The Best Hotel in Tien Tsin and the Victoria park can be looked down from this Hotel.
0025 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Victoria Park and Golden Hall in the British Concession.
0027 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Mesdows-Road in British Concession. The Chinese Engineering and Mining Co., British Post Office and American Consulate General are on this road.
0029 [Photo] @t (Tien Tsin) The Entertain-Hall in the Tien Tsin Race Course.
0029 [Photo] @b The Race Course in Tien Tsin.
0031 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The Recreation Ground in British Concession.
0033 [Photo] The River Paiho in. Winter.
0035 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Tien Tsin Club in Victoria Road, British Concession.
0037 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The River Paiho. Bund of British Concession. The Building on whitch the flag is floating is the Taku Lighter Co.
0039 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) A Large Bell in Victoria-park, British Concession. This was a property of the Japanese Military Authority before, but was presented to the British Municipality.
0041 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Rue de Paris, French Concession. The Chinese Imp. Post Office are on this Road.
0043 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The Bund of River Paiho in the French Concession.
0045 [Photo] @t (Tien Tsin) Paiho-river between French and Russian concession. The right side is a part of French Concession and there is the Imperial Chinese Maritime Customs, the French Consulate General and the Branch office of the N.Y.K. Many steamers are moored here for dischaging and shipping exept winter.
0045 [Photo] @b (Tien Tsin) The ice bound of Paiho-river.
0047 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The Japanese Consulate General.
0049 [Photo] @t (Tien Tsin) The batteries of Sui Thi Yuin. They tormented the foreign armies during the Boxer war, but now they are all broken and the Chinese Governmental hospital is elected here.
0049 [Photo] @bl (Tien Tsin) The Japanese Torpedo Boats at the bund in the Japanese Concession.
0049 [Photo] @br (Tien Tsin) The Japanese Monument of the Boxers war in the Japanese Concession.
0051 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The front Gate of Japanese Barracks and Military Headquarters.
0053 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Kotobuki-Road, Japanese Concession. Tokyo Land Investment Co. and North China Times Office are on this Road.
0055 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) ASAHI-Road in the Japanese Concession. This is a main road which passed to the Chinese City from other Foreign Concession, and the Japanese Municipal Council and Post Office are on this road.
0057 [Photo] @t (Tien Tsin) The Bund of the River Paiho. Japanese Concession. Mitsui Bussan Kaisha, Takeuchi&Co., Okura&Co., are on this Bund.
0057 [Photo] @b (Tien Tsin) The Governmental Mint in Tientsin.
0059 [Photo] @t (Tien Tsin) Japanese Barracks.
0059 [Photo] @b (Tien Tsin) British Barracks.
0061 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The garden in the Li-Hun-Chang's Temple.The whole garden can be looked down from the Balcony which atands in the lotus pond, its sight is very beautiful in Summer.
0063 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The back side of the lotus pond in the Li-Hun=chang's Temple.
0065 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Nyan-Nyan Temple. The Five Holy Mothers of Emperors are deified in this temple and worshipped by the Chinese for the safety of voyages ans the recovery from illness.
0067 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Chin Hoa Bridge. This is built across the River Paiho.
0069 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The Bridge “Tah Hongchao” This is built across the River which runs through the northern part of Tien Tsin; as this river goes up to Peking, most of the goods for Peking are shipped from here.
0071 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Chin-Kung Bridge and Chinese Gun Boats.
0073 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The entrance of the Tien Tsin Gallary.
0075 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) The Main Gate View from the Balcony in the Lotus pond of the Tien Tsin Gallery.
0077 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Tien Tsin Park in Hopei. The Building at the Left hand side is a gallery, the next is the Educational Bureau; Billiard and Music halls are elected in this compound.
0079 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Ferry Boat.
0081 [Photo] (Tien Tsin) Gathering of Ice in the River Paiho.
0083 [Photo] @t Sawyers.
0083 [Photo] @b Sawyers dining.
0085 [Photo] @l Officer's Wife.
0085 [Photo] @r A Chinese Singer riding carriage.
0087 [Photo] @t A Chinese General Store.
0087 [Photo] @bl A Travelling Cake Seller by Lottery.
0087 [Photo] @br A Shoe Repairer.
0089 [Photo] @t Cemetery.
0089 [Photo] @b A coolie carrying mud by wheelborrow.
0091 [Photo] @t Stalls.
0091 [Photo] @b Women at their dining table.
0093 [Photo] @t Singer.
0093 [Photo] @b Peddler.
0095 [Photo] @l Fisher family and fishing boat.
0095 [Photo] @r A Fisher.
0097 [Photo] Chinese Actors in Theatre.
0099 [Photo] @l Manchurian Woman.
0099 [Photo] @r Toys Shop.
0101 [Photo] @tl An official in full dress.
0101 [Photo] @tr An official on horse.
0101 [Photo] @b A Barber.
0103 [Photo] @t Weeding boys.
0103 [Photo] @b Carrying Rice.
0105 [Photo] @t A Criminal.
0105 [Photo] @b A Chinese Wheelborrow.
0107 [Photo] @t Camels and drivers.
0107 [Photo] @b Sedan chair carried by mules.
0109 [Photo] A Farmer thrashing the corns with a stone-roller pulling by horse.
0111 [Photo] @t His Imperial Majesty's Procession passing Tah-Tsun-Gate, Peking.
0111 [Photo] @b A Manchurian lady outing on donkey.
0113 [Photo] @t Prospicience and Store.
0113 [Photo] @b Chinese Girls smoking tabacco.
0115 [Photo] @t Noble's Funeral.
0115 [Photo] @b A Manchurian lady smoking opium.
0117 [Photo] @t A Chinese travelling on a sedan chair.
0117 [Photo] @b Porcelain Retoucher.
0119 [Photo] @t Two Blind Women playing musical instruments.
0119 [Photo] @b (Peking) Hata Men Street. This is a most bustling place where the Mongolian merchants assemble for trading.
0121 [Photo] @t Manchurian family.
0121 [Photo] @b Road Cart.
0123 [Photo] @t (Peking) The Main Shrine of the Lama Temple.
0123 [Photo] @b Monks of Lama.
0125 [Photo] @t (Peking) The Grand Hotel.
0125 [Photo] @b (Peking) Chen-Men Station.
0127 [Photo] (Peking) The French Legation.
0129 [Photo] (Peking) The Russian Legation.
0131 [Photo] @t (Peking) Japanese Legation. No.1.
0131 [Photo] @b (Peking) Japanese Legation. No.2.
0133 [Photo] (Peking) The British Legation.
0135 [Photo] (Peking) The Italian Legation.
0137 [Photo] (Peking) Legation Street.
0139 [Photo] (Peking) The Main Gate of the Barracks of the Japanese Legation Guard.
0141 [Photo] (Peking) Chong Yang Men. The Main Front Gate of Peking.
0143 [Photo] (Peking) Memorial Gate of Baron Kettlung at Ton Tanpailo Street. The Chinese Government erected this as a token of apology to Germany as Baron Kettlung, Secretary of the German Legation, was killed by Chinese Boxers here when he was going to the Chinese Yamen to consult about the withdraw of the Foreign Ministers from Peking at before the China War.
0145 [Photo] (Peking) Tien Tan, Altar of heaven. When the Emperor goes to the altar to worship heaven, he comes first to take bath and change clothes.
0147 [Photo] (Peking) The Holy Seat in the Altar of Heaven.
0149 [Photo] (Peking) Tien Tan. The supplication palace built of marble and valuable stones. The Emperors of Successive Generation are deified in this shrine and every January the Emperor comes here to pray for rich harvest.
0151 [Photo] (Peking) The Second place of the Altar of Heaven (Tien Tan Temple).
0153 [Photo] (Peking) Tien Tan, the altar of heaven. The Emperor comes here to worship the heaven; the highest place is 90 feet in diameter and 5 feet 5 inches in height; the middle one is 150 feet in diameter and 5 feet 2 inches in height and the lowest one is 210 feet in diameter and 5 feet in height.
0155 [Photo] (Peking) The Drum-Tower in Peking 100 feet from the Bell Tower. Its height is 99 feet. There are three drums which are used for announcing hours in the night.
0157 [Photo] (Peking) The Bell-Tower at the Northern part of Peking. It has 80 stone steps and the whole city of Peking can be looked down from the top of this tower.
0159 [Photo] (Peking) The street of Tong Tanpailo.
0161 [Photo] @t (Peking) Whole view of the Imperial Palace.
0161 [Photo] @bl (Peking) Street of An-Ting-Men.
0161 [Photo] @br (Peking) Chin Shang. the Emperor's garden in the palace. As these hill are built of coal, they are called Mei-Shan “Coal Hill. ”
0163 [Photo] @tl The Holy Seat in the Imperial Palace.
0163 [Photo] @tr (Peking) Ta Ho Palace in the Compound of Tsuchin Palace.
0163 [Photo] @bl (Peking) Chen Tung Dien, the Palace in the Compound of Tsu-Chin Palace; the Building is very grandeur.
0163 [Photo] @br (Peking) Yung-An Temple. the Bridge is built of marble and other Buildings are all very splendid and grandeur.
0165 [Photo] (Peking) Kwotsuchen. This is the Imperial Secretary's Office. But as this was used for the Chinese University before, this is gener
0167 [Photo] (Peking) The Temple of Confucius. This is in the south-eastern direction of An-Ting-Gate in Peking and there are many monuments and tombs of the Yuan and Ming dynasties.
0169 [Photo] (Peking) The Temple of Confucius. A large flat marble slab carved with dragons is put in the middle of the stone steps of Ta-Chan-Dien in the Compound of this Temple; the carving is very beautiful.
0171 [Photo] @t (Peking) The Main Gate of the Zoological Garden.
0171 [Photo] @b Chenmen Street in Peking.
0173 [Photo] (Peking) Bronze images of Lions in the Lama Temple.
0175 [Photo] (Peking) Yun Ho Temple (Lama Shine). All the buildings are very magnificent. 500 priests live in this temple and they are treated very considerately by the Imperial Court of Peking.
0177 [Photo] (Peking) Marble Gate in Peking. The carving is very beautiful.
0179 [Photo] @t The First Beautiful Stone Gate of the Ming Tombs.
0179 [Photo] @bl A Great Bell of Ta Tun Temple. This is in the northeastern direction of Wan-Shu-Shan.
0179 [Photo] @br (Peking) The great Buddha in Lama Temple.
0181 [Photo] @tl The Five Pagodas in the Woo-Ta Temple.
0181 [Photo] @tr Pi-Yun Temple, 3 miles from Peking. This was erected during Ming dynasty.
0181 [Photo] @bl (Peking) The Marble Pagoda in Howan Temple.
0181 [Photo] @br Imperial Barge.
0183 [Photo] @tl Yui Shen Shan. This is very famous for Spring.
0183 [Photo] @tr (Peking) The Pagoda in Tin-Ning Temple. This was erected during Wei dynasty.
0183 [Photo] @bl Yui Hon Tower. This beautiful tower is standing on the top of Mount Yui Shen.
0183 [Photo] @br The Sleeping Buddha in the Wo-Fo Temple at See-Shan.
0185 [Photo] @t Wan Shu Shan.
0185 [Photo] @b Wan Shu Shan and the Marble Bridge.
0187 [Photo] @l Inner view of Chui Yun Kwan.
0187 [Photo] @r Chui Yun Kwan. 26 Chinese ri in northern direction from the Great Wall of Pa Ta Lin and suitably situated on a Small Road between two mountains. This is built of stones and 20 feet high & 50 feet thick, in the interior of this tower. There are many idols of Buddha, and Mongolian and Thibetan characters are carved on both Sides of the Wall.
0189 [Photo] A part of the the Great wall in Pa-Ta-Lin 145. Chinese ri from Peking. The Wall was built during the Period of the Emperor Ching His's reign to defend the enemies.
0191 [Photo] Lu-Ko-Bridge, eighteen Chinese ri Southwest from Peking.
0193 [Photo] Hot Spring in Tang-Shan, 45 Chinese ri from Peking. This was an Imperial palace of Sojourn during the Reign of Tao Kowan Emperor.
0195 [Photo] @t The whole view of Tang Shang. There are many hot spring wells.
0195 [Photo] @b The Stone Images at the 13 Min Tombs. They were erected during the Dynasty of Min. They are now all ruined and atanding in the grass desolately, but makes one recollect of the grandeur of the past.
0197 [Photo] Shi-Men, the stone gate on the way to 13 Ming Tombs.
0199 [Photo] A Stone Image of the 13 Ming Tombs; the Carving is very skillfuly rendered.
0201 [Photo] The Marble pillar in 13 Min Tombs.
0203 [Photo] @t The Stone Images of Men and Elephants on the way to the 13 Ming Tombs.
0203 [Photo] @b Stone Images of Camels on the way to the 13 Ming Tombs.
0205 [Photo] Chan Lin at the centre of the 13 Min Tombs. The most splendid and grandest structure of the Chan Lin is the Lin Su Dien.