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  • Person:

    : Johnson, Hewlett, Revd., 1874-1966

    : Johnson, Nowell Mary, Mrs. (2nd wife of Hewlett Johnson, born Nowell Mary Edwards)

    : Zhou, Enlai, Mrs. (wife of the Communist leader formerly known as Chou En-lai)

  • Date: 20.6.1964
  • Brief description: Black and white image consisting of 2 photographs stuck together to form a panoramic view of 16 people. Hewlett and Nowell Johnson are near the centre of the group with Madame Chou En-lai. This must be the evening of the banquet given by Madame Chou En-lai in Peking in 1964, as this same group are shown in CH6451. According to Nowell's diary this took place on 20th June. See also CH6430 and CH6450 which also appear to be the same event.
  • Identifier: UKC-JOH-PHO.CH6406
  • Theatre:

    & Peking & Peking & China

    & Beijung & Beijing & China

  • Subject keyword: Johnson, Hewlett, 1874-1966--Travels--China--1964

Further Details

  • Accession Number: CH6406
  • Acquisition date: 23.10.2008
  • Acquisition note: Amongst extra material brought by Mr. and Mrs. Barley (Keren Johnson)
  • Associated people:

    : Johnson, Hewlett, Revd., 1874-1966

    : Johnson, Nowell Mary, Mrs. (2nd wife of Hewlett Johnson, born Nowell Mary Edwards)

    : Zhou, Enlai, Mrs. (wife of the Communist leader formerly known as Chou En-lai)

  • Content place: & Peking & Peking & China
  • Description level: 4
  • Material type: black and white print
  • Identity code: UKC/JOH/PHO : CH6406
  • Caption: "Hewlett and Nowell Johnson. CHINA. 1964"
  • Location: Special Collections' Store
  • Part: Hewlett Johnson Papers
  • Condition: 2
  • Date: 20.6.1964
  • Theatre:

    & Peking & Peking & China

    & Beijung & Beijing & China

  • Related material:

    H:pics\hew\CH6430.jpg

    H:pics\hew\CH6450.jpg

    H:pics\hew\CH6451.jpg

  • Repository: Special Collections, University of Kent, Canterbury

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