Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Constitutional provisions and electoral laws enacted by the Republic of China
New York Public Library
Views in China: Chinese men and women, including views of men in summer and winter costume, and a view of a lady's bound foot; a street sweet seller; chiropodist examining man's foot; itinerant cook shop; Shanghai: women on a barrow carriage; sedan chairs and a "cab stand"; procession of a Mandarin going to court; rolling cotton in preparation for weaving; two men smoking opium; temple musicians; Chinese orchestra; Soochow women playing dominoes; a fortune teller; men kowtowing in Justices Court; men in cangues; man about to be decapitated; sampans; Hong Kong: roads and paths through lush verdure; gardens; harbor views; building; a church
Museum of Modern Art
Milwaukee Public Library
Sloop built in 1846 at Lexington, MI
Milwaukee Public Library
Canadian schooner built in April 1863 by J. & J. Abbey at Port Robinson, Ont
New Bedford Whaling Museum,-- Kendall Institute
Log, keeper unknown, relating to a whaling voyage to the Atlantic and Indian oceans -- Includes descriptions of types of whales seen or taken, ships spoken to, crew member ill with dysentery, and desertions; and crew list. Other places represented include Flores Island, Faial, Mauritius, Rodrigues, and Tristan da Cunha
Peabody Essex Museum
The logbook of the ship China details a shipping voyage from: Salem, MA, to Antwerp May 1818 to June 1818; Antwerp to Batavia Jul 1818 to Oct 1818; and back to Salem Jan 1819 to Mar 1819. Second journey recorded from Salem to Gibraltar Apr 1819 to May 1819. The ship's home port was Salem, MA; the owners are unknown; the master and logbook keeper was Hiram Putnam. It is a daily log of location, weather, and sightings of other vessels. During the voyage, the ship spoke several unnamed brigantines. Included in the back is a list of American ships in Batavia during their stay there (ship name, master name, home port)
Whitney Museum of American Art
B. 1970
Peabody Essex Museum
The logbook of the ship China details a voyage from Salem, Mass. to Canton [i.e. Guangzhou], China and back to Salem (May 1817 to Dec. 1817). Home port was Salem, Mass.; owners were Joseph Peabody and Gideon Tucker; master was Benjamin Shreve; log keeper was Thomas West Gardner. It is an incomplete daily log describing wind, weather, location, shipboard occupations, and sightings of ships. Includes illustrations of ships. Bound with the ship Commerce
Stanford University - Hoover Institution Library and Archives
Relates to the Canton government's assumption of power