British soldiers and officers watching a Chinese sniper or soldier dubbed 'Charlie Chan II', near the Pantheon Theatre, Shanghai, 1937
University of Bristol - Historical Photographs of China reference number: JM04-076. Photograph numbered 76, published in 'The Sino-Japanese Hostilities 1937 / Shanghai'. Caption in Index: 'Spectators of Charlie Chan II. Sept. 30, 1937 at North Kiangse Road - Range Road Charlie in the 'Pantheon' functioning. ‘Charlie Chan II' may refer to a Chinese soldier or sniper. See JM04-074, JM04-078, JM04-079, JM04-082 and JM04-083 for related images. For a description of the Pantheon Theatre location, see page 85 of ‘Five Months of War’ (a book containing photographs by North-China Daily News photographers and from many other sources, and cartoons by Sapajou, published by the North-China Daily News & Herald Limited, Shanghai, 1938).
Black and white photograph
University of Bristol Library, Special Collections