Citation
Photograph captioned 'Opening of Russian Consulate at Taheiho, North Manchuria, 1924'

Material Information

Title:
Photograph captioned 'Opening of Russian Consulate at Taheiho, North Manchuria, 1924'
Series Title:
Papers of Reginald Follett Codrington Hedgeland
Alternate Title:
Opening of Russian Consulate at Taheiho, North Manchuria, 1924
Donor:
Nation-Dixon, M. L., Mrs.
Publication Date:
Measurements:
1 item

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Hedgeland, Reginald Follett Codrington Hedgeland, 1874- -- Photographs
Diplomatic and consular service -- Photographs ( LCSH )
亞洲 -- 中國 -- 黑龍江省 -- 黑河 -- 璦琿
亚洲 -- 中国 -- 黑龙江省 -- 黑河 -- 瑷珲
Азия -- Китай -- Хэйлунцзян, ПровинцияХэйхэ -- Айгунь
Spatial Coverage:
Asia -- China -- Heilongjiang Sheng -- Heihe Prefecture -- Aigun
Coordinates:
49.97946 x 127.48119

Notes

Abstract:
The caption identifies the Taoyin, the Russian Consul, R.F.C. Hedgeland and two others. ( en )
General Note:
Taoyin [daoyin] is a senior local official position.
General Note:
Reginald Follett Codrington Hedgeland was born in Exeter, Devon on December 18th 1874. He was educated at St Paul's School London and at Pembroke College, Oxford. After graduating in 1897 he joined the Chinese Maritime Customs Service in May 1898 and was posted to Kiungchang. He then went on to serve at Nanking, Tientsin, Lappa, Kowloon, Swatow and Nanning, of which latter port he was in charge for six years. He became Deputy Commissioner in 1917 and in April 1921 he was appointed Commissioner. On returning from leave in 1923 he was given charge of Aigun on the Amur river in Manchuria. He was subsequently in charge of Swatow and Canton, and retired in April 1930 while Commissioner at Hankow. He had a fluent command of Chinese, both of Mandarin and Cantonese and held the Order of the Chia Ho, 4th and 3rd Class, and 3rd Class with Brilliants; the 3rd Class of the Order of Wên Hu; and the Ordre Royal des Millions d'Élephants et du Parasol Blanc de Luang Prabang, France.
General Note:
GeoNames.org [name authority] : Heihe : URI http://www.geonames.org/2038670
General Note:
Heilongjiang was previously Romanised as Heilungkiang
General Note:
Heihe was previous known as Taheiho
General Note:
To order this photograph from physical storage, please reference: "PP MS 82 Box 4" and "PP MS 82/2/3/45"
General Note:
Donated by Mrs Nation Dixon in 2002; 2013

Record Information

Source Institution:
SOAS University of London
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
PP MS 82/2/3/45 ( SOAS Archives reference number )
He02-045 ( Historical Photographs of China identifier )