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MCLC Resource Center Description:
Although the various bibliographies are without annotations, the sheer wealth of resources, the high quality of selection, and the very active and informative mailing list make this an essential site for all interested in Chinese literature and culturehttp://mclc.osu.edu/ more Language: eng English
China um 1900 in den Augen der Zeit Description:
A wonderful tour into old China, providing views and commentaries from a wealth of different contemporary sources such as entries from the famous German encyclopaedia "Meyers Großes Konversationslexikon", talks given by Otto Franke at the beginning of the last century, polemics by Gu Hongming, novels by Guo Moruo and Ba Jin, and many more (the whole list is given in the bibliography
).http://www.china1900.info/ more Language: ger German
Japanese Art On The Subject Of Medicine Citation:
This collection of Japanese Medical Prints or Ukiyo-e is housed in the Clendening History of Medicine Library, at the Kansas University Medical Center. This group of prints is a small facet of the total donation that was donated sometime before May 1940, by Dr. Matthew Pickard¹.
Dr. Matthew Pickard was born in Odessa, Russia in 1874. After serving in the Russian Navy, achieving the rank of officer, he immigrated to United States. Pickard started at Kansas City Medical College in 1898 and practiced in Kansas City as a surgeon until his death in 1952. During the era of the Czarists, most educated Russians were fluent in several languages. After immigrating to the United States, Pickard added Chinese and Japanese to his verbal arsenal. He spent time travailing throughout Europe and the Orient. On the Island of Hokkaido he studied the Ainu, considered the aborigines of Japan.
Pickard was a student of the history of medicine and devoted bibliophile. A collector of Chinese and Japanese prints, books and sculpture, his total collection now resides in the Clendening Library where it aids in research of the history of medicine.http://clendening.kumc.edu/dc/jm/ more Language: eng English
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