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Münsterberg: Chinesische Kunstgeschichte

Oskar Münsterberg: Chinesische Kunstgeschichte (Esslingen a. N.: Neff 1910-1912)

Oscar Münsterberg: Chinesische Kunstgeschichte. 2.unveränd. Aufl. (Esslingen a. N.: Neff 1924)

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Bing/Durand-Ruel: Objets d’Art et peintures du Japon et de la Chine …

Bing/Durand-Ruel: Objets d’Art et peintures du Japon et de la Chine : provenant de la collection Suminokura de Kioto dont la vente aura lieu du lundi10 au samedi 12 juin 1907 dans les Galeries de MM. Durand-Ruel, Rue Le Peletier, 11, et rue Lafitte, 16 (Paris: 1907)

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Jenks: Report on certain economic questions in the English and the Dutch colonies in the Orient

Jeremiah Jenks: Report on certain economic questions in the English and the Dutch colonies in the Orient (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1902)

  • Bibliographic reference: BS col. 2690
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  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

On Chinese immigration see pp. 39-78.

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Cornaby: The Call of Cathay

William Arthur Cornaby: The Call of Cathay. A Study of Missionary Work and Opportunity in China Old and New. With chapters by Rev. S. George Tope, Rev. George A. Clayton, Rev. Ernest C. Cooper (London: The Weslyean Methodist Missionary Society, 1910)

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  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie
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Ball: How to write Chinese

James Dyer Ball: How to write Chinese. Part I: Concerning general rules for writing Chinese, and particular directions for writing the radicals (Hongkong: Kelly and Walsh, 1888).

  • Bibliographic reference: BS col. 1744
  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie

id., 2nd ed. (Hongkong/Shanghai: Kelly and Walsh, 1905)

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  • No copy listed in Wiener China-Bibliographie
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Tsang: The one hundred and eleven years Anglo-Chinese calendar [1800-1910]

Kam-Chiu Tsang: The one hundred and eleven years Anglo-Chinese calendar from first day of January, 1800, i.e. Kia King 4th year, 12th moon, 7thday to 31st day of December, 1910, i.e. Kwong sui 36th year, 11th moon, 30th day (Hongkong: Tsui King Kok [1910?])

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  • No copy listed in Wiener Chinabibliographie
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