Useful Links

— 360doc Victor Segalen in Sichuan and more

— AGSL Digital Photo Archive Asia and Middle East American Geographical Society Library, University of Wisconsin

— An American in China Gould Hunter Thomas

— Archival Collections of Asia Photographs: Asia Photographs at Harvard  An article by Raymond Lum

— Asia The National Archives UK – World through a lens

— Asia Pacific Photography National Gallery of Australia

— Asia Photography Archive  Preserving the photographic heritage of India and Asia

— Asian and Pacific Studies – Historical Photographs Database compiled by Dr T. Matthew Ciolek

— Beijing of Dreams The Chinese History of Science and Culture Foundation

— Bo lan Zhonghua tu zhi (Herbert Francis Brady albums) The J. Paul Getty Trust

— Brush & Shutter: Early Photography in China The Getty Research Institute

— Bucklin China Archive Photographs by Harold Bucklin

— China The National Archives UK – World through a lens

— China in WW2  A blog about the 1931-45 Sino-Japanese conflict that shaped modern Asia

— ‘China 1944’ and ‘China Old and New’ Photographs by Dr. Clinton C. Millett

— China 1974-76  Slides by Michael Rank

— ‘The China Incident’ Presbyterian Archives Research Centre

— The China Marines (1818-1949)

— The China Marines (1905-1949)

— China Postcard (flickr)

— China Rhyming Paul French’s blog

— China Through the Eyes of CIM Missionaries

— China Underground Historical and contemporary imagery

— China’s Wings Gregory Crouch – CNAC China National Aviation Corporation

— Chinese Photography History

— The Chinese Revolution, 1927 Henry Sara photographs, at University of Warwick

— Chinese Women’s Magazines in the Late Qing and Early Republican Period Heidelberg University

— Chinese-Australian Historical Images in Australia Some of these photographs were taken in China

— Clues to the past: The lost Sino-Japanese war photos  Photographs collected by Zou Dehuai

 Commemorating the 60th Anniversary of the Victory in the War of Resistance Against Japan Shanghai

Library (Photographs taken during the Sino-Japanese War 1937-1945)

— Database of Taiwanese Old Photos

— DBHKer Surviving pre-WW2 architecture

— Dennis George Crow Specialist in historic China and Asian Photography

— Digital Silk Road National Institute of Informatics

— Durham Light Infantry 1920-1946 See ‘The China Album’

— Durham County Record Office Enter a keyword such as ‘China’ or ‘Chinese’, and tick the ‘Image Results Only’ box.

— Early Chinese magazines Heidelberg University

— Early Chinese Photographs Northwestern University, USA

— East Asia Image Collection Lafayette College Libraries

— Edwards Bangs Drew Chinese Maritime Customs Service Photographs Harvard College

— Early Photography of China Collection The 19th Century Rare Book and Photograph Shop; Stephan and Jacob Loewentheil. Includes the Ernst Boerschmann archive (architecture)

— Everyday Life in Maoist China

— Everyone is free to see our civilization (Shuge)

— Faces of Tientsin, 1946. Photographs by Harold Giedt (Old China Hands)

— Fan Ho 1931-2016 Hong Kong photographer whose work has “lyrical beauty, dramatic power, and poetic grandeur”

— FOTOE A stock photograph library, includes historical images

— Francis E. Stafford photographs, 1909-1933 Stanford University Libraries

— The Frederick Williamson Collection

— Friends of Sir Robert Hart Mary Tiffen’s site (See the Carrall collection on HPC)

— The Giles Pickford Collection Australian National University

— Goodbye, Yan’an Second World War photographs by Michael Lindsay

— Gwulo: Old Hong Kong Over 17,000 pages about old Hong Kong

— Haldore Hanson’s China Collection (1937-1938)

Hedda Morrison photographic collection Powerhouse Museum, Ultimo, NSW, Australia

— The Hedda Morrison Photographs of China, 1933-1946 Harvard College

— Hedda Morrison’s China China Heritage Quarterly

— Historic Shanghai

Historic Shanghai (on Instagram)

— Historical Chinese Postcard Project: 1896-1920

— Historical Images of Taiwan

— History, empire, China, and things found on the way Professor Robert Bickers’s blog

— History of Photography in China 1839 – ca.1911  Selected Annotated Bibliography The Getty Research Institute

— Hong Kong In The 1950s Captured By A Teenager (Fan Ho)

— Hong Kong War Diary 1941 defence of Hong Kong

— Inside Red China Photographs by Robert Carl Cohen, 1957 to 1978

— The International Dunhuang Project: The Silk Road Online

— International Mission Photography Archive University of Southern California

— Joan’s Shanghai Blog

— Joconde

— John Thomson’s China Wellcome Collection

— John Van Antwerp MacMurray Papers Princeton University Library

— Joseph Needham Photographs: Wartime China, 1942-1946 Needham Research Institute

— Kent Photo Archive Maidstone Museum

LIFE magazine

— Luella Delamarte Dawson Photographs of China University of Delaware

— Ma famille à Shanghai au temps des concessions The foreign concessions in Shanghai, 1920s – 30s

— Macau Antigo A blog about old Macau

— Mellerick Album Chinese-Australian Historical Images in Australia

— Mind the gap(s) Ein Streifzug durch die China-Blogosphäre China blogosphere 1

— Mind the gap(s) Die China-Blogosphäre (II) China blogosphere 2

— Musée Français de la Photographie Search for ‘Chine’

— National Library of China

— National Media Museum Photographs by Beato and Thomson, inter alia

— New York Public Library Digital Gallery New York Public Library (Many images, including photographs)

Nicholas Grindley Photography of China

— Nicholas Kitto Hong Kong photographer, exploring treaty port architecture

— Nineteenth-Century Chinese Photography Terry Bennett’s site

— Old China (flickr)

— Old Photographs Fever – The Search for China’s Pictured Past BBC Radio 4 documentary about the HPC project

Oldshanghaipaul Images from China Rhyming on Instagram

— Österreichische Nationalbibliothek Some China images by Wilhelm Burger

— Osvald Siren Collection California Museum of Photography

— Photography of China This blog includes old and new images, also interviews and a good list of links

— Photos of Shanghai During the First Half of the 20th Century (China Smack)

— Pinterest  Albert Kahn, and more

— Reg Murphy in China Slides by Reginald Murphy

— The Rev. Claude L. Pickens, Jr. Collection on Muslims in China Harvard College

— Robert Henry Chandless Photographs University of Washington

— Royal Geographical Society Picture Library  For example, search for ‘China’ in ‘Historical Collection’.  Includes photographs by Mrs Isabella Lucy Bishop (née Bird) and E.H. Wilson.

— School of Oriental and African Studies Digital Archives and Special Collections Digital archives

— Serve the People! Slides by William A. Joseph

— Shackford Collection of Photographs of China

— Shanghai 1937 Photographs by Karl Kengelbacher

Shanghai Art Deco

— Shanghai Street Stories Photojournalism and street photography of Shanghai

— Shanghai That Was (before 1939) (flickr)

— Shanghailander ‘The blog about old Shanghai’

— Sidney D. Gamble Photographs Duke University

— Sikhs in Shanghai A blog by Meena Vathyam

— Sir Robert Hart Photograph Collection Queen’s University Belfast

— SOAS Archive Catalogue School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London

— South Central China and Tibet: Hotspot of Diversity The Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University

— Taiwan Pictures Digital Archive Over 7000 historical images of Formosa (Taiwan)

— Tess in Shanghai Tess Johnston’s site

— Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library Photostream University of Toronto (flickr)

— Thomas H. Hahn Docu-images Gallery of documentary and historical photographs of China

— The Tibet Album British Photography in Central Tibet 1920-1950

— A Tour of Old Canton Presbyterian Archives Research Centre

— Trans Asia Photography Review Journal

— Villages Academica Sinica

— Virtual Beijing Institut d’Asie Orientale, University of Lyon

— Virtual Shanghai: Shanghai Urban Space in Time Institut d’Asie Orientale, University of Lyon

— Virtual Suzhou Institut d’Asie Orientale, University of Lyon

— Virtual Tianjin: Tianjin Under Nine Flags University of Bristol and Institut d’Asie Orientale, University of Lyon

— Virtual Wuhan Institut d’Asie Orientale, University of Lyon

— Virtual Xi’an Institut d’Asie Orientale, University of Lyon

— Visualising China University of Bristol

— Visualising China Blog University of Bristol (Robert Bickers, Jamie Carstairs and guest bloggers)

— Wattis Fine Art Details of some photographers who worked in China

— Werner von Boltenstern Shanghai Photograph and Negative Collection (1937-49, especially Jewish community)

— Werner von Boltenstern Shanghai Photograph and Negative Collection – crowdsourcing project

— World Digital Library

— Yang, Etudiant Ouvrier en 1920 See images in ‘Documents’

— Yuezhong Museum of Historical Images (MoHI)  Shezhen, China

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