Chinese Way of Life During the Early 1900s
Posted on September 4th, 2010 in China | No Comments » |
Ever wonder what life was like in China during the early 1900s? YeinJee has shared with us some incredible digitally restored photos taken in China during late 80s through 1925. I hope you’ll enjoy it as much as I did.
Breakfast in Canton, China [c1919] Keystone View Co.
Bride on her way to wedding, Fujian, China [c1911-1913] Ralph G. Gold
Police uses these roof bridges to patrol the area at night, Canton  Underwood & Co
Chang The Giant Chinese Man [c1870]
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Hong Kong  Carlton H. Graves
Manchu Ladies Of The Palace [c1910-1925] Frank & Frances Carpenter
Court punishment, spanking a lawbreaker [c1900]
Tea workers, Sichuan, China  Ernest H. Wilson
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