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De Pékin à Shanghaï, souvenirs de voyages1871Buissonnet, Eugène
Dian shi zhai hua bao quan ji 點石齋畫報全集1910
Distribution d'eau - Fourniture de tuyaux et pièces en fonte - 1°- Devis et cahier des charges1903Conseil d'administration municipale de la Concession française de Shanghai
Da shanghai zhi nan 大上海指南1947Wang, Changnian 王 昌年
Dian shi zhai hua bao 點石齋畫報 [Part I] 1884

The Dianshizhai huabao 點石齋畫報 "Illustrated Lithographer" was an illustrated magazine that achieved great attention in the late 19th century because it was produced on a lithographic basis, which made it possible to reach a large public. The name is derived from a building within the complex of the Shenbao Publishing House 申報館 in Shanghai where lithographic prints could be produced. Publisher of the "Illustrated Lithographer" was the British Ernest Major (1841-1908, Chinese name Meicha 美查) who also published the famous newpaper Shenbao 申報 "Shanghai News". The first issue of the Dianshizhai huabao was published on May 8, 1884 in Shanghai, the last issue came out in 1898. There were in total 528 issues (according to a lower estimation, 473 issues) including more than 4,600 illustrations. The magazine appeared on a ten-day basis (xunkan 旬刊). Each issue had the same format containing eight pages with 8 illustrations. Collectors could then assemble each issue in a traditional thread-bound booklet. The issues were numbered according to the Heavenly Stems, Earthly Branches, musical notes and the so-called Six Arts. It was sold separately or was given as a free supplement to subscribers of the newspaper Shenbao. [Source: http://www.bc.edu/research/chinagateway/culthist/dianshizhai_intro.html]
 

Dian shi zhai hua bao 點石齋畫報 [Part II] 1884

The Dianshizhai huabao 點石齋畫報 "Illustrated Lithographer" was an illustrated magazine that achieved great attention in the late 19th century because it was produced on a lithographic basis, which made it possible to reach a large public. The name is derived from a building within the complex of the Shenbao Publishing House 申報館 in Shanghai where lithographic prints could be produced. Publisher of the "Illustrated Lithographer" was the British Ernest Major (1841-1908, Chinese name Meicha 美查) who also published the famous newpaper Shenbao 申報 "Shanghai News". The first issue of the Dianshizhai huabao was published on May 8, 1884 in Shanghai, the last issue came out in 1898. There were in total 528 issues (according to a lower estimation, 473 issues) including more than 4,600 illustrations. The magazine appeared on a ten-day basis (xunkan 旬刊). Each issue had the same format containing eight pages with 8 illustrations. Collectors could then assemble each issue in a traditional thread-bound booklet. The issues were numbered according to the Heavenly Stems, Earthly Branches, musical notes and the so-called Six Arts. It was sold separately or was given as a free supplement to subscribers of the newspaper Shenbao. [Source: http://www.bc.edu/research/chinagateway/culthist/dianshizhai_intro.html]
 

Da Shanghai di yi ri 大上海的一日1938Luo, Binji 駱賓基
Da shanghai zhi nan 大上海指南1947Wang, Changnian 王昌年
Da Shanghai di yi ri 大上海的一日1938Luo, Binji 駱賓基
Dai shanhai toshi kensetsu keikaku 大上海都市建設計畫 1940Kōain Seimubu 興亞院政務部
Di guo zhu yi dui Zhongguo gong kuang shi ye de qin lüe he long duan 帝国主义对中国工矿事业的侵略和垄断1957Chen, Zhen 陈真;Yao, Luo 姚洛
   
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