Hoy, in various moods & poses

Material Information

Hoy, in various moods & poses
Added title page title:
William Hoy 'riding' an ornamental elephant
Added title page title:
Photograph, 'Hoy, in various moods & poses'
Rue; Henry (fl 1910-1913) ( Photographer )
Rue, Henry, 1889-1960
Publication Date:


Subjects / Keywords:
亚洲 -- 香港
亞洲 -- 香港
Statues -- Elephants ( LCSH )
Spatial Coverage:
Asia -- Hong Kong
22.3 x 114.2


General Note:
Photograph album owned by Henry Rue. Album mainly includes images of Hong Kong and also includes images of Shanghai, Canton (Guangzhou), Peking (Beijing), Warsaw, Russia, Siberia and Irkutsk. Includes images of; Hong Kong Gardens; Queens Road, Hong Kong; Hong Kong Harbour; Peak Tram; Roman Catholic Cathedral, Hong Kong; Taikoo (Butterfield & Swire) offices and dock; various friends including the Hacking family; Pagoda, Canton; Temples, Canton; city views of Shanghai; city views Peking (Beijing). Album also includes two postcards, one addressed to Rue in Middlesex, England.
General Note:
Related collections at SOAS include those associated with the Chinese Maritime Customs, such as Francis Arthur Aglen (MS 211355); Edward Charles Mackintosh Bowra and Cecil Arthur Verner (PP MS 69); Reginald Follett Cordrington Hedgeland (PP MS 82); Hugh Gordon Lowder (PP MS 81); and Frederick Maze (PP MS 2). Other collections relating to business in China include John Swire & Sons Ltd (JSS) and the China Association archive (CHAS). Other collections including photographs of China are John Charles Oswald (MS 380876); Robert Ruxton (MS 381142); and the Godsil and White families (MS 380511)
General Note:
For permission to publish, please contact Archives & Special Collections, SOAS Library in the first instance
General Note:
Published by Historical Photographs of China (

Record Information

Source Institution:
SOAS University of London
Holding Location:
Special Collections
Rights Management:
May be used in accord with Creative Commons license, Attribution/Non-Commercial/Share-Alike (by-nc-sa). The digital image is the physical property of SOAS University of London. Contact us for commercial uses.
Resource Identifier:
HR01-047 ( Album photograph number )
MS 381233 ( Soas Manuscript Number )