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Ginling in Nanking - Refugee girls go to class on the Ginling College Campus in NankingGinling CollegeUBCHEA1938-39Photo[view image]
Ginling in Nanking - Education goes on in Nanking. Mass games for the middle school girls on the Ginling campusGinling CollegeUBCHEA1938-39Photo[view image]
Ginling in Nanking - Middle school daughters of Nanking Chinese at their morning exercisesGinling CollegeUBCHEA1938-39Photo[view image]
Ginling in Nanking - Graduation for the refugee girls and women at Ginling in Nanking, 1938-39Ginling CollegeUBCHEA1938-39Photo[view image]
Ginling in Nanking - A little refugee on the Ginling campus in Nanking, saved at the time of invasion and fall of NankingGinling CollegeUBCHEA1939Photo[view image]
Ginling in Nanking - Towel-weaving on looms set up in the College buildings. this work serves as handcraft training and as self-support of students in NankingGinling CollegeUBCHEA1939Photo[view image]
Postwar - Wire fence between faculty residence and new neighbors - refugees who make their homes in 3 dugouts in south hill slope just below fenceGinling CollegeUBCHEA1948 MayPhoto
Postwar - The refugees' laundry drying on the trees in front of the Terrace House - Faculty residence, Apr. 1948Ginling CollegeUBCHEA1948 MayPhoto[view image]
Ginling in Nanking - The educational project for middle school girls included instruction in poultry raising. The instructor (at extreme left) is Blanche Wu, Ginling, 1935.Ginling CollegeUBCHEA1939Photo[view image]
Ginling in Nanking - From the relief funds of the College a small sum was given to this old tailor to help him to reopen his shop. His daughter-in-law (almost blind) and his three grandchildren are dependent upon him.Ginling CollegeUBCHEA1939Photo[view image]
Ginling in Nanking - Weaving is one of the crafts Ginling is teaching to women and girlsGinling CollegeUBCHEA1939Photo
Ginling in Nanking - A Junior High School Biology Class has raised these vegetables, and is learning to salt them for winter useGinling CollegeUBCHEA1939Photo[view image]
Miscellaneous - -On the Ginling campus, A group of refugee girls are moving chairsGinling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto
Miscellaneous - -A group of refugee girls on the Ginling campusGinling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - Rehabilitation in Nanking: On the Ginling campus, Miss Vautrin addresses a group of refugee girls who are being trained as useful citizens of the New ChinaGinling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - -Children on campusGinling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto
Miscellaneous - Ginling in Nanking: Field day of the refugee school. Finish of an obstacle race. Miss Vautrin in the center background with Mr. Wang at her left.Ginling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - Thatch-roofed mud huts the only shelter of Nanking's poor after the destruction of their homes. The relief work of Ginling College and the Univ. of Nanking is helping to rehabilitate these familiesGinling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - Ginling in Nanking: Mass drill in the refugee schoolGinling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - Ginling in Nanking: Mr. Y. T. Wang (Big Wang) stands by as a refugee student leader directs games and mass calisthenics.Ginling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - Ginling in Nanking:Big Wang confers with a refugee studnet leader on the program of an outdoor demonstration by the massed classesGinling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - Ginling in Nanking: Girls in the Homecraft Course learning to recognize the trees of the campus. This, as well as gardening, is a part of their Nature Study Course.Ginling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - Ginling in Nanking: Girls in the Homecraft Course studying the trees of the campus as part of their Nature Study Course.Ginling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - Ginling in Nanking, Planning a New Industry for the Women of the Homecraft course: One of the looms used for weaving at Ginling.Ginling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - Ginling in Nanking, Planning a New Industry for the Women of the Homecraft course: Girls in the Homecraft course busy at stocking weavingGinling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - Ginling in Nanking, Planning a New Industry for the Women of the Homecraft course: Mrs. Tsen not only supervises the food for the girls, but also full charge of the weaving projects.Ginling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - Ginling in Nanking, Nursery School: Two of the most winsome little girlies in the group. They belong to Mohammedan familyGinling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - Ginling in Nanking: Mr. Meng is a stocking weaver who is a very earnest Christian and is very happy to be able to serve other poor folk and to teach them how to become self-supporting.Ginling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - -Ginling in Nanking: Dju Yu-bao (Ginling, 1924) found Mr. Meng, a stocking weaver, in a refugee camp in Shanghai. Mr. Meng teaches the poor folk how to become self-supporting.Ginling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]
Miscellaneous - Homecraft:This is all of them which we have them here for 6 monthGinling CollegeUBCHEAPhoto[view image]

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