Two young sampan girls at Aberdeen, Hong Kong by David Watkin Waters

Two young sampan girls at Aberdeen, Hong Kong

David Watkin Waters

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Two young sampan girls at Aberdeen, Hong Kong

An informal portrait of two girls in a sampan in Aberdeen harbour, Hong Kong. The photographer is in the sampan looking aft showing one girl looking over the side while the other girl is wearing a "coolie" hat and resting on an oar. The photographer was in the area in the following periods: 6 to 28 May 1937; 14 October 1937 to 8 January 1938; 14 April to 4 June 1938 and 8 to 12 September 1938. Waters Collection: HNC0410.

Object number: P34119
Date: 1937-1938
Artist: David Watkin Waters
Dimensions: 406 mm x 391 mm

  • Image reference: P34119

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