The London Mission Chapel, near Beijing - before being burnt down during the Boxer Uprising
© 2008 Jim Williams
University of Bristol - Historical Photographs of China reference number: JW-s25. This London Missionary Society chapel, about 40 miles from Peking (Beijing) was burnt down on 18 May 1900. This image is on a cigarette card ('Ogden's Guinea Gold Cigarettes') made of photographic paper. Cigarette cards were supplied free in a packet of cigarettes. See a similar image of this London Missionary Society chapel, on page 91 of 'The Illustrated London News', 21 July 1900. See also Mx04-055 (which is a photograph of the damaged LMS chapel).
Black and white photograph