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10 edition of Hedda Morrison"s Hong Kong found in the catalog.

Hedda Morrison"s Hong Kong

Photographs & Impressions 1946-47

by Edward Stokes

  • 7 Want to read
  • 30 Currently reading

Published by Hong Kong University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history: postwar, from c 1945 -,
  • Photographs: collections,
  • c 1945 to c 1960,
  • Subjects & Themes - Travel - General,
  • Individual Photographer,
  • History,
  • Photography,
  • History: World,
  • Hong Kong,
  • Subjects & Themes - Travel - World/Asia,
  • Photoessays & Documentaries,
  • Asia - China

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages282
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9160150M
    ISBN 109622097545
    ISBN 109789622097544

      Hedda Morrison was a tremendous resource for images from the latter part of the Republican China years, photographing extensively with a 2 1/4 Rolleiflex Twin Lens (my personal roll film favorite) during her 13 year stay in China (from – ). ° Ed Stokes 一 Hedda Morrisons Hong Kong ° Elizabeth Sinn 一 Hong Kong: British Crown Colony Revisited ° Fung Chi Ming — Reluctant Heroes ° Geoffrey Roper 一 contribution to A Magistrates Court ° Gillian Bickley — A Magistrates Court in 19h Century HK and The Golden Needle ° Hugh Baker — Hong Kong Images: People and Animals and Teach.

    Lum, Raymond. ‘Hedda Morrison and Her Photographs of China.’ In Treasures of the Yenching: Seventy-Fifth Anniversary of the Harvard-Yenching Library. Exhibition Catalogue, edited by Patrick Hanan, – Hong Kong: Chinese University Press, ; Roberts, Claire, ed. In Her View: The Photographs of Hedda Morrison in China and Sarawak. Buy the Hardcover Book Hong Kong As It Was: Hedda Morrison's Photographs by Edward Stokes at , Canada's largest bookstore. Free shipping and pickup in store on eligible orders.

    At the end of the War he returned to Peking, marrying Hedda in After demobilisation in Hong Kong he joined the British Colonial Service. The following year the Morrisons moved to Sarawak where Alastair worked as a District Officer in various up-river locations. A Photographer in Old Peking by Hedda Morrison and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - A Photographer in Old Peking by Hedda Morrison - AbeBooks.


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Hedda Morrison"s Hong Kong by Edward Stokes Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book presents the people and places she encountered. Within years, much of what Hedda Morrison witnessed in would be swept aside.

Yet when she was there Hong Kong's life still had its old feel and traditions - with colonial precincts, tenement streets, bustling markets, itinerant hawkers, fisherfolk and rice farmers.5/5(1).

"In Septemberwhen the photographer Hedda Morrison reached Hong Kong, it remained little changed from decades earlier. Acclaimed for her images of China taken in the s and s, Hedda Morrison delighted in recording the patterns of everyday life. Now, captivated by Hong Kong and its people, she embraced the colony's diversity.5/5.

Hedda Morrison’s photographs will appeal to all who value documentary images and Asian history. This new edition contains over three-quarters of the photographs from Hedda Morrison’s Hong Kong, the original edition of this book published in The complete English text, which has been widely praised, accompanies the by: 2.

Hedda Morrison s photographs will appeal to all who value documentary images and Asian history. This new edition contains over three-quarters of the photographs from Hedda Morrison s Hong Kong, the original edition of this book published in The complete English text, which has been widely praised, accompanies the photographs/5(4).

The story of how Edward Stokes unearthed--and documented--over extraordinary negatives of Hong Kong from is told in this lavishly produced book. However, that story is merely engrossing background to the real story, which is told beautifully||, Hedda Morrison's Hong Kong can be considered a book of great distinction.

This book presents the people and places she encountered. Within years, much of what Hedda Morrison witnessed in would be swept aside. Yet when she was there Hong Kong's life Hedda Morrisons Hong Kong book had its old feel and traditions - with colonial precincts, tenement streets, bustling markets, itinerant hawkers, fisherfolk and rice farmers.

Get this from a library. Hedda Morrison's Hong Kong: photographs & impressions = [Shi ying liu zong: Xianggang yi jiu si liu-si qi]. [Edward Stokes] -- "In Septemberwhen the photographer Hedda Morrison reached Hong Kong, it remained little changed from decades earlier.

Acclaimed for her images of China taken in the s and s, Hedda. A new book “Hedda Morrison’s Hong Kong, Photographs and Impressions ” was published in September and initially launched in Hong Kong, where it aroused great interest amongst both older and younger people. The Australian launch of the book was held at the National Library of Australia on Thursday 24 November Hedda Morrison took several hundred photos of Hong Kong in Harvard University has a large collection of her photos, and high resolution copies can be seen on their HOLLIS web site.

This link should show you the full collection, and then you can narrow it down by date, etc. if needed. HISTORY – Hedda Morrison’s Hong Kong: Photos fromBeautifully Restored 8 German photographer Hedda Morrison was famous for shooting the final years of Republican China.

Using a Rolleiflex twin lens, she spent 13 years during the 30s and 40s documenting pre-Communist China and Malaysia. Hong Kong As It Was, Hedda Morrison’s Photographs – Hong Kong: The Photographic Heritage Foundation with Hong Kong University Press.

ISBN Stokes, Edward (). Hedda Morrison's Hong Kong: Photographs & Impressions – Hong Kong: Hong Kong Conservation Photography Foundation with Hong Kong University Press. In Hedda met Alastair Morrison and they married in Beijing in They left soon after due to the worsening political situation in China.

After six months in Hong Kong, they relocated to Sarawak, in the north-west of the island of Borneo, where Alastair was appointed to the British Colonial Service and later became a district officer.

Hedda Morrison (illustrator). 1st Edition. 36 pages - B&W illustrated catalog of works by photographer Hedda Morrison. - very good lightly used as new condition - no inscriptions. We will advise postage costs and delivery times, which will vary from those quoted by ABE.

Hong Kong as it was. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press ; London: Eurospan [distributor], (DLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Edward Stokes; Hedda Morrison. Books containing reproductions of her photographs include: Travels of a Photographer in China (OUP, ); A Photographer in Old Peking (OUP, ) and Hedda Morrison's Hong Kong - Photographs and Impressions by Edward Stokes (Hong Kong University Press, ).

During her year stay in Sarawak, Hedda accompanied her husband on official journeys and also made numerous independent photographic tours. She wrote two major books on Sarawak, Sarawak () and Life in a Longhouse ().

In the Morrisons settled in Canberra, Australia. Hedda died in Canberra inat the age of Hedda Morrison's Hong Kong: photographs & impressions = Shi ying liu zong, Xianggang, / Edward Stokes Hongkong Conservation Photography Foundation ; Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard University Hong Kong: Cambridge, MA Australian/Harvard Citation.

Stokes, Edward. & Morrison, Hedda. & Hongkong Conservation Photography. Hedda Morrison’s photographs will appeal to all who value documentary images and Asian history. This new edition contains over three-quarters of the photographs from Hedda Morrison’s Hong Kong, the original edition of this book published in The complete English text, which has been widely praised, accompanies the photographs.

Hong Kong: as it was: Hedda Morrison's photographs Hong Kong: Cambridge, MA: Photographic Heritage Foundation ; Harvard-Yenching Library, Harvard University.

MLA Citation. Stokes, Edward. and Photographic Heritage Foundation (Hong Kong). and Harvard-Yenching Library. and Hongkong Conservation Photography Foundation. Buy Hedda Morrison: Photos of Hong Kong Bilingual by Stokes, Edward, Morrison, Hedda (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. "In Septemberwhen the photographer Hedda Morrison reached Hong Kong, it remained little changed from decades earlier. Acclaimed for her images of China taken in the s and s, Hedda Morrison delighted in recording the patterns of everyday life.

Now, captivated by Hong Kong and its people, she embraced the colony's diversity. For six months, cameras in hand, Morrison roamed its.and China Heritage Calendars, and, and Hong Kong Heritage Calendars, with photographs by Hedda Morrison, edited by Edward Stokes. SUBJECTS Places."Hedda Morrison's Hong Kong can be considered a book of great distinction.

It is also a sensitively produced record, interpretation and ethnographic memoir of a Chinese place with global significance at a time that few now remember.