Notes

University of Bristol - Historical Photographs of China reference number: Ro-n0555.  Negative marked for cropping.  This photograph was taken in Bubbling Well Road Cemetery (Jing'an) at the funeral of Daily Telegraph journalist Philip Pembroke Stephens (1903-1937), who was killed while observing a battle in Nantao, on southern boundary of the French Concession.  Source: The Press Corps of Old Shanghai by Malcolm Rosholt, page 19 and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philip_Pembroke_Stephens.  See also Ro-n0376, Ro-n0861, Ro-n0862 and Ro-s147.  Further information about cemeteries in Shanghai: http://www.bristol.ac.uk/history/customs/ancestors/shanghai.html.

Caption on mount
Funeral Pembroke Stephens, Bubbling Well Cem.
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1937
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Black and white photograph