Historical Photographs of China album reference: Hv02. Lost Tribe album. Album containing photographs of the "Lost Tribe," descendants of 17th century Chinese rebels living in the Xiang Hills, ca. 160 kilometres west of Peking (Beijing) in Hopei (Hebei). Pasted up on the wall are new year woodblock prints in the style of Yangjiabu (Weifang) workshops. Two of the lower ones appear to be from Yangliuqing, just west of Tianjin. The large print on the right in the middle row could be the tale of the patron of carpenters, Lu Pan, holding up a bridge. Access to original photographs, negatives, and albums in the Hedda Morrison photograph collection is restricted. Photographs in the Hedda Morrison photograph collection: Copyright various dates, President and Fellows of Harvard College; all rights reserved. Digital images made from photographs in the Hedda Morrison photograph collection: Copyright 2000, President and Fellows of Harvard College; all rights reserved. Photographs and images from the collection may be reproduced only with written permission. Contact the Harvard-Yenching Library for permissions and fees.
House interior showing latticed window, woodblock prints, and household goods in the Lost Tribe country