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Box 5

 Container

Contains 22 Collections and/or Records:

Book II, Part 2: July 28-August 4, 1903. Kiating Fu to Tachien-lu and return. Turned around, this notebook has a separate section: July 14-23, 1903, Tachien-lu, Tung Valley. Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 5, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Folder 6

File — Box: 5, Folder: 6Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Book IIA: June 25-August 4, 1903. Plant notes. Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 6, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Folder 7

File — Box: 5, Folder: 7Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Book III, Part 1: Kiating Fu to Sung Pan Ting via Cheng Fu and return., August 10-September 23, 1903. Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 7, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Folder 8

File — Box: 5, Folder: 8Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Book IV: Kiating to Mount Omei and return, October 13-23, 1903; Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 8, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Folder 9

File — Box: 5, Folder: 9Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

(Unnumbered Book): Ichang to Sui Fu, March 15-April 24, 1904. Digital

Item — Box: 5, Folder: 9, item: 1Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...

Folder 10

File — Box: 5, Folder: 10Identifier: III EHW, W.III
Scope and Content: Although there are a small number of personal family photographs in the collection, no family papers or family correspondence appear to exist. The first trip to China for Messrs. Veitch is the least documented expedition in the collection. No diary from this trip has been found, although evidence indicates that a diary was kept. No letters from Wilson to the Veitch firm have been located from the expeditions for Messrs. Veitch. However, the Veitch's letters to Wilson, as well as their...