Historical Photographs of China album reference: Hv47. Rev. Claude L. Pickens, Jr.'s trip to northwest China, part 2.
General note: Excerpt from unpublished photo essay, plate 42: "The entrance and minaret of the Weichow mosque. In this city of ten thousand this one mosque ministers to all branches of Islam and shows a united front that even the Communist army of 1936 could not shake. This mosque is one of the most beautiful in all China."
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