Through China with a Camera

By: THOMSON, JOHN

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San Francisco.: Chinese Materials Center.. Reprint.. 1974.. Illustrated with fairly dark photographic illustrations, xiv + 284pp, label front paste down, good copy in slightly torn dustjacket. The well known 19th century Scottish photographer John Thomson established a studio in Hong Kong in 1868. During the next four years he travelled extensively in China visiting and recording many people and regions that other Europeans had not seen which with his bulky 19th century camera and equipment was no mean feat! Hard to find, even in reprint, this book is a must for anyone interested in the early photography of China. .

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