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Contents List

   Container / Location    Title
 
Writings [series]:
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Correspondence
  1  
Correspondence
  1  
Letters to Molly
  1  
Correspondence
  1  
Letters to Molly
  1  
Correspondence
  1  
Letters to Molly
  1  
Correspondence
  1  
Letters to Molly
  1  
Correspondence
  1  
Correspondence
  1  
Correspondence
  1  
Letters to Molly
  1  
Correspondence
  1  
Correspondence
  1  
Correspondence
  1  
Letters to Molly
  1  
Correspondence
  1  
Letters to Molly
  1  
Correspondence
  1  
Correspondence
  1  
Letters to Molly
  2  
Letters to Molly
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
Letters to Molly
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
Letters to Molly
  2  
Letters to Molly
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
Letters to Molly
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
Letters to Molly
  2  
Letters to Molly
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
Correspondence
  2  
9 paintings (fragile) depicting "justice"/torture
  2  
Photographs
  2  
The Spirit of Missions (cover only)
  3  
English and Chinese diary and Almanac include topographical maps and a few botanical specimens
  4-6  
Cornell Course Work - lecture notes, etc.
  7  
Travel Journals and Accounts
  8  
English and Chinese Diary and Almanac
  9  
Travel Journals - Agricultural Notes on China
  10  
Large map - Hu-pei Province; Smaller map - Wu-chang, capital of Hy-pei
  10  
Booklet - Anglican Church (Wu-chang?) dedication ceremony
  10  
Calling cards, Laundry lists, Leave slips, Receipts
  10  
Governor of province announcement of college for industrial school (12-16)
  10  
Announcement for ag. college
  10  
Anti-Opium League in China - printed material
  10  
Miscellaneous Chinese-related
 
Prints, negatives of Peking, China [series]:
  11  
A View of the Forbidden City from the Wall (1)
  11  
Gate House, Forbidden City (2)
  11  
Island Inside Forbidden City (3)
  11  
Walk in Forbidden City (4)
  11  
Inner Gateway, Imperial City (5a)
  11  
Gate to Forbidden City (5b)
  11  
Empress' Palace, Forbidden City (6)
  11  
Lion in Front of Palace (7)
  11  
Inside Imperial Palace (8)
  11  
Eunuchs in the Grounds of the Forbidden City (9)
  11  
Water Clock in Palace (10)
  11  
Imperial Throne (3 views) (11)
  11  
Temple of Heaven (3 views) (12)
  11  
Temple of Heaven (13)
  11  
Gateway to Audience Room (3 views) (14)
  11  
Marble Platform, Temple of Heaven Grounds (15)
  11  
Altar, Temple of Heaven, Iron Brazier (16)
  11  
Shrine in Temple of Heavens Grounds (17)
  11  
Tablet in Temple of Heaven (18)
  11  
Summer Palace Grounds, Lake, etc., North of Peking (19)
  11  
Bridge in the Grounds of the Summer Palace Outside the City (20)
  11  
Photo of a Painting of the Summer Palace near Peking (21)
  11  
Lake in the Forbidden City (22)
  11  
Temple on Summit of Hill at Summer Palace, Colored Tile (23)
  11  
Pavillion on Stone Boat in Lake at Summer Palace near Peking (24)
  11  
Temple to God of Agriculture (25)
  11  
Old Throne at Peking (26)
  11  
Peking - The Drum Tower (27)
  11  
Wall of Peking (28)
  11  
Peking Gate and Camel in Left Foreground (29a)
  11  
One of City Gates (29b)
  11  
Gate in Wall, "A very unusual one." Wall to Keep Out Evil Spirits (29c)
  11  
Gate in City Wall (29d)
  11  
One of City Gates (29e)
  11  
One of Gateways to City Partially Destroyed During the Boxer Rising (29f)
  11  
Gate House in Wall of Peking After Boxer Rising (29g)
  11  
Looking South on City Wall Where Much Fighting Occured between Boxers and Americans (30)
  11  
Cannon on Wall (31)
  11  
Cannon on City Wall - Iron Barrel Bound with Iron Bands over Wooden Staves to Imitate Bronze (3 views) (32)
  11  
Gate House (33)
  11  
Print of G.D. Brill (34)
  12  
Glass Negatives - prints available in Box 11
   
United States Department of Agriculture document noting Brill, "an Officer of the United States Department of Agriculture is charged with the investigation of the useful plants of the Yangste Valley in the Empire of China"
   
"Passport" (safe-conduct) of G.D. Brill