Tsinghai. Moslems listen to Canon Streeter.
Tsapa, Tsinghai. A custom station for the suppression of salt smuggling into Tibet. A southern view of mosque minaret. Typical houses with flat roofs in foreground.
Through the Great Hsia. Entrance to our Moslem inn at Lao Hwa Cheng. Here old cart road from Pienfan connected with Sining R. Valley. HUC traveled the cart road.
In the Great Hsia. Exterior [of inn]. A private recitation of the Koran in Arabic by Dr. Z..
In the Great Hsia. A Tsinghai flour mill. Wheel on left revolving. Bottom stone of mill above revolves. Upper stone suspended by a number of ropes.
In the Great Hsia. A barren stretch of road along & above the Sining R.
Tsinghai or Koko Nor. Looking up the Ch'uan K'o Valley, a Moslem stronghold, toward Payung Rung. Mr. Harris in foreground.
Tsinghai or Koko Nor. Working end of flour mill.
Through the Great Hsia. Our inn at Kao Tsz with Mr. Harris ever in action.
Through the Great Hsia. Enterance [sic] to our Moslem inn at Lao Hwa Cheng. Here old cart road from Pienfan connected with Sining R. Valley. HUC traveled the cart road.
In the Great Hsia. Interior of inn where we had tiffin. Our Moslem poster under local competition.
Kumbum. Tibetan nomads.
Tsinghai. Typical of a small mountain Mohammedan village in winter. Mosque in center.
Around Tsa Pa. Man T'o Hua, which grows in profusion at altitude of over 9000 ft. Stems about ten inches. Fragrance of lilac.
Tsinghai. Packing up after 'ta chien' at Lo T'o P'u. 'Canon Streeter' and his lackey.
Around the chorton [sic].
Tsinghai. The beginning of suit of clothes.
Combing her golden hair.
The real rulers of Tsinghai. A Salar woman.
Tsinghai. Moslem[s] listen to 'Canon Streeter.'