Griffith, David K. (fl. ca. 1880s-1890s), & Others. Album with 42 Original Large Albumen Photographs of Hong Kong and Macao, with Excellent Views of Victoria Peak Summit and Tramway, Mount Austin Hotel, the Peak Hotel, Mount Kellett, “No. 6 Police Station,” Interior of the Tramway’s Engine House, Douglas Castle, Statue to Queen Victoria, Catholic Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Catholic Missionaries in Hong Kong, Warehouses of the Italian Consul Domenico Musso, Gap Rock lighthouse, A-Ma Temple in Macao, Ruins of the Church of St. Paul, a Macao Rickshaw Drivers and Gamblers, &c. Ca. late 1880s – 1890s.
Historically Significant Journal Recording a Travel from Peking to Hankou (a part of present-day Wuhan), along the Line of the Unfinished Peking-Hankou (Jinghan) Railway, with the Eye-Witness Account on the Railway Construction, Notes on the Meetings with the Railway Company Officials, Chinese Workers, Inhabitants of Nearby Villages, Local Places of Interest etc., Titled: V – de Pekin à Hankao.
6-21 November .
[First Russian Plan of Beijing] Lange, Lorenz. Dnevnye Zapiski Karavannomu Puti cherez Naunskuyu Dorogu ot Tsurukhaitu do Pekina, 1736 godu / [i.e. Daily Notes on the Caravan Travel along the Nenjiang River Route from Tsurukhaitu to Beijing in 1736]. In: Akademicheskiye Izvestiya na 1781 god, Soderzhashchiye v Sebe Istoriyu Nauk i Noveyshiye Otkrytiya Onykh… [i.e. Academic Newsletter for 1781, Containing the History of Sciences and the Latest Discoveries in Them…]. St. Petersburg: Imperial Academy of Sciences, 1781.
Karta Kitaia, Iaponii i prilegaiushchikh oblastei SSSR [i.e. Map of China, Japan and Adjoining Regions of the USSR]. 1:10,000,000. Moscow: Kartograficheskii otdel Upravleniia Voennykh Topografov RKKA, 1932.
Album with 74 Original Gelatin Silver Photographs and Two Printed Postcards, Showing USS “Dale” and other Warships of the US Asiatic Fleet, Chinese Troops, Camps, Artillery Guns and Scenes of Destruction during the Xinhai Revolution, China Inland Mission Boys School in Chefoo (Yantai), Scenes of Forceful Removal of a Queue of an Elderly Chinese Man, &c. Ca. 1910s.
Vysheslavtsev, A.V. Ocherki Perom i Karandashom iz Krugosvetnogo Plavaniya v 1857, 1858, 1859 i 1860 godakh [i.e. Sketches in Pen and Pencil from the Circumnavigation in 1857, 1858, 1859 and 1860]. St. Petersburg-Moscow: M.O. Wolf, 1867.
[Pyasetsky/Piasetskii], P.Y. Puteshestvie po Kitayu v 1874-1875 gg. (cherez Sibir, Mongoliyu, Vostochny, Sredny i Severo-Zapadny Kitai): Iz dnevnika chlena ekspeditsii P.Y. Pyasetskogo [i.e. Travel across China in 1874-75 (via Siberia, Mongolia, Eastern, Central and Northwestern China): From the Diary of the Expedition Member P.Y. Pyasetsky]. St. Petersburg: Typ. of M. Stasyulevich, 1880-1881.
[With]: Pyasetsky, P.Y. Neudachnaya ekspeditsiya v Kitai 1874-1875 gg. V otvet na xashchitu g. Sosnovskogo po povodu knigi ‘‘Puteshestvie v Kitai’’ [i.e. Unsuccessful expedition to China. In Reply to the Defense of Mr. Sosnovsky about the book ‘‘Travel across China’’].
Attractive Lacquered Album with 112 Original Photographs of Japan, China, Singapore, Samoa, and Hawaii, Including Interesting Images of Nikko Temples and Processions, Tea Houses, Villages and Hotels around Lake Hakone, Streets of Tokyo, and Nara, Panoramas of Penang and Hong Kong, Scenes of Execution in Canton, Portraits of “Maoris” and Samoans, etc., Titled: Around the World, 1900. 20 March - 31 August 1900.
A Sepia Pen and Wash Watercolour View of Luis de Camões Grotto After the Aquatint from “A Picturesque Voyage to India by the Way of China” (1810) by Thomas and William Daniell’s; Titled: Camoens Cave, Macao. Ca. 1810s.
Forman, Harrison (1904-1978). Collection of Fifty-Five Mainly Ethnographic Original Gelatin Silver Photographs, Taken During Forman's Expedition to Tibet and Inner Mongolia in 1932 and Showing Tibetan Lamas, Sorcerers, Warriors, Elders, a “Chief of Lama Police,” “Printing Block Carvers,” Women and Girls, Labrang Monastery, “Yak-Hair Tents,” a “Mongol Temple City in the Ordos Desert near Ninghsia,” Mongolian Lamas, Girls, Yurts, &c. Ca. 1930s.