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IO Files Reports made 1916-1929

The 595 IO Files are found in Roll 63 (63).

It is important to keep in mind that any claims in these documents must be viewed with great care. SMP police records are filled with stereotypes, rumor, gossip, slander, and unsubstantiated claims about the individuals it reports on.

When there are two links provided, links to the individual files on their own (as opposed to pages within the rolls) are often clearer images. However, sometimes the rolls include pages missing from the individual files so worth checking.

Individual SMPA Files Tagged as IO Files

Box Roll File Folder Title/Contents Link Tags Date Notes Pages
99 63 1 Loh Ka Ts Koh Pootung [Microfilm lists the following as cases 101-130] https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2173 1st Jan 1916 military information in Loh Ka Ta Koh 陆家嘴 2
99 63 2 The Tax Office Jan. 2 1916 (Letter)
99 63 3 Da Zah Bing
99 63 8 Ying Zen Sung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2420 Jan 1916 1
99 63 9 Tsiang Ya Ying
99 63 10 Shenpao
99 63 12 Zung Kau Chun
99 63 13 Lung Sau Wei
99 63 14 Koh Ming Tang - Pay Dzung Sung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2132 Pay Dzung Sung became a spy of the Chinese Government who stayed in Koh Ming Tang 13th Jan 1916 1
99 63 15 Mr. Stephorious
99 63 16 Ong Zung Zen https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2235 15th Jan 1916 1
99 63 17 Zee Ping Liang https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2453 Jan 1916 Nanking officials agreed to join the rebels; Zee Ping Liang was a rebel leader from Shanghai and was sent to Nanking to confer with a general about the situation in Yunnan 3
99 63 18 Zee Koh Liang
99 63 19 Tsang Kuang Zah
99 63 20 The Nielson Arms Case
99 63 21 Tsu Kung Fah
99 63 22 Chen Chi Mei
99 63 23 [Missing]
99 63 24 Zee Koh Liang
99 63 25 Koo Tuh Ngoh
99 63 26 General Yang
99 63 27 Tsai Ao
99 63 28 Lieu Ching Sung
99 63 29 Zee Koh Liang
99 63 30 Ju Sing
99 63 31 Faung Sung Dau https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2062 Feb 1916 the City Police received the order of examining all the papers and bills before the Chinese New Year due to the rebel issue 2
99 63 32 Shen Yuen Zahl
99 63 33 Thau Yuan“ Kyuin corps
99 63 34 Thau Yuan” Kyuin corps
99 63 35 Wong Tsch Ming https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2394 Feb 1916 1
99 63 36 Zung Tsung
99 63 37 Admiral Tseng
99 63 38 Shenpao
99 63 39 Huh Ching Tsung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2113 13th Feb 1916 a fort was about to be rebuilt in Huh Ching Tsung in Pootung 1
99 63 40 Sung Jang Foo
99 63 41 Liu Nyoh Zung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2170 14th Feb 1916 Liu Nyoh Zung assissinated the manager of the Bank of China 1
99 63 42 Tsu Li Sun https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2370 Feb 1916 Two military officers came to Shanghai from Peking to discuss the rebel issue 1
99 63 43 Lu and Li Tsoong Nyoh https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2180 16th Feb 1916 1
99 63 44 Wong Ming Jeu https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2389 Feb 1916 1
99 63 45 Daung Zen Tsung
99 63 46 Tsu Vi Heu
99 63 47 [Missing]
99 63 48 [Missing]
99 63 49 [Missing]
99 63 50 Tsu Hai Zung
99 63 51 General Feng https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2078 23rd Feb 1916 1
99 63 52 [Missing]
99 63 53 [Missing]
99 63 54 Special Telegram from Pekin
99 63 55 Wong Tseh Ming
99 63 56 [Missing]
99 63 66 Washermen’s strike
99 63 94 [Microfilm header reads 4280] Oct. 8, 1894, letter re lottery affair report https://archive.org/details/smpa-63/page/n393/mode/2up
99 63 109 Lieu Khoong
99 63 122 Yang Tcheng
99 63 123 Tsang Chi Hyuin https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2350 Mar 1916 2
99 63 124 Hai Yung
99 63 125 Woo Tsung Wo
99 63 126 Feng Kuo Chang https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2068 Feb 1916 Military Order from Feng Kuo Chang in Chiangchun, needed nine hundred more troops to Nanking when called upon 1
99 63 129 Sin Wan Pao
99 63 130 Li Tsung Nyoh
99 63 132 Yuan Shih Kai
99 63 135 Ling Dau Wen https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2163 1916 11
99 63 137 Pootung and Foong Ching
99 63 138 Huh Chung Tsung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2114 2nd Mar 1916 1
99 63 142 Zau Lien Wang
99 63 145 Arnold Khrberg & Carlowit z & Co.
99 63 146 Chang Hsun
99 63 149 Tseng Da Pei https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2362 1
99 63 150 Feng Kus Chang https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2069 Mar 1916 Military information,the situation of Nanking was serious with people became alarmed, Northern troops has arrived at Pukow 1
99 63 155 Daung Chi Sing
99 63 158 Fong Nan Woo
99 63 160 Fong Nan Woo
99 63 161 Tang Shao Yi
99 63 165 Sun Yat-Sen
99 63 166 [Missing]
99 63 167 Chen Chi Mei
99 63 168 Yui Yui Li
99 63 171 Fong Nan Woo
99 63 174 Wong Ts Kong
99 63 177 Ming Kou Pao https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2201 1916 the Republican Army used a new-design flag in Shanghai 1
99 63 178 [Missing]
99 63 180 Nyeu Wen Tsang
99 63 181 Lang Chi Tsao
99 63 182 Dong Chi Yau
99 63 183 Nyen Tih Sung
99 63 185 Han Hwei
99 63 186 Nyeu Tih Sung
99 63 190 Chang Sau Liag
99 63 191 Tsang Tsung Sung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2358 23rd Mar 1916 1
99 63 200 Ling Shih Foong https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2165 25th Mar 1916 1
99 63 201 Chen Chi Mei
99 63 202 Wu Ting Fang
99 63 203 Seizure of arms at Pootung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2265 Mar 1916 21
99 63 204 Tih Liang https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2332 28th Mar 1916 Tih Liang who has been a member of Manchu Party conferred to rebel in Shanghai 1
99 63 208 Chen Chi Mei https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1994 20
99 63 209 Dong Ping Kun https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2048 Mar 1916 4
99 63 210 Hung Shih Tsoo
99 63 212 Josi Maria Guedes
99 63 215 Woo Sung Pao https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2407 Mar 1916 1
99 63 216 Zau [Microfilm contains N. Keli, Turkish subject] https://archive.org/details/smpa-63/page/n427/mode/2up
99 63 218 Gee Sing Tsoo
99 63 219 Zau Oo Ching
99 63 223 Woo Ching Ying [Microfil m also contains Maurice Benjamin under this number.]
99 63 224 Pak Vung Wei
99 63 225 Zau Woo Kyung
99 63 226 General Yang
99 63 229 Mau Chih Ying https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2187 5th Apr 1916 ex-soldiers became rebels and lived in Frenchtown in Shanghai 1
99 63 233 Wu Ting Fang
99 63 234 General Yang
99 63 236 The Chinese military sit uation
99 63 239 Arrival of troops in Shanghai https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1974 10th Apr 1916 1
99 63 241 Zie Fong Ding
99 63 242 Woo Ching Ying [Microfilm also contains Thomas Mellows under this number.]
99 63 245 Woo Ching Ying
99 63 246 Movements of Chinese troop s
99 63 248 Zau Li Waung [On microfilm this number is also used for Nyeu Tih Sung.]
99 63 249 Chen Chi Mei
99 63 250 Di Doo https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2045 Apr 1916 2
99 63 253 Nyeu Tih Sung
99 63 254 Fung Ching
99 63 255A Chiu Wei Ching
99 63 256 Chen Chi May
99 63 260 Thomas Mellows
99 63 265 Deputy Military Governor L u
99 63 266 Fong Nan Woo
99 63 267 Wong Toh Sung
99 63 268 Nyeu Tih Sung
99 63 269 Nyeu Tih Sung [Microfilm also contains police strength report under this number]
99 63 270 Tsu Jui https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2368 Apr 1916 Property Ownership Issue 2
99 63 271 Zung Tsoong Hsien
99 63 272 Wong Ih Eon
99 63 277 Yang Sing Ling https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2414 Apr 1916 the troops has despatched to Wusieh 1
99 63 278 Nyeu Tih Sung
99 63 282 Ying Sz
99 63 283 Nyeu Tih Sung
99 63 284 Woo Fung Ling https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2404 Apr 1916 2
99 63 287 George R. Arthur
99 63 292 Naung Tsung Zung
99 63 293 Ching Yang
99 63 294 Ho Kya Loh
99 63 295 Zung Tsung
99 63 301 A. Ettinger https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1953 May 1916 5
99 63 302 Population of French Concession, 1895
99 63 303 Doo Su Koong Su
99 63 306 Four Japanese - revolvers
99 63 311 Chu Tsung Eu
99 63 313 K. Hatakeyama https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2127 May 1916 a Cantonese dressed in foreign clothes was arrested at 10am 1
99 63 314 Alleged dealing in firearms https://archive.org/details/smpa-63/page/n455/mode/2up 1916 “Kindler case”, little evidence found. Accussation made by D. C. Schmidt against M. Kindler, dentist. 3
99 63 315 Tsang Tsi San
99 63 316 Si Si Pao https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2271 May 1916 the local yamen received the revolutionary codes to be used in the communication 2
99 63 317 Bah Sz En https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1977 May 1916 Bah Sz En 白士安 was a rebel leader paid his followers to attack Chapet 2
99 63 318 Chang Hsun
99 63 319 Choeh Yung Kwaung
99 63 320 Sun Yat-Sen
99 63 322 Sun Yat-Sen
99 63 326 Sun Yat-Sen
99 63 328 Zau Li Wong
99 63 331 Chu Tsung
99 63 332 Tsung Siao Woo Ts
99 63 334 Tong Shao Yi
99 63 336 Tsang Yung Woo
99 63 337 Tsu Cha Zung
99 63 338 Sing Ming Lee
99 63 340 Pih Ding
99 63 341 Tsa Dien [On microfilm this number is also used for placing of detectives on board incoming ships.] https://archive.org/details/smpa-63/page/n431/mode/2up
99 63 343 Tsu Sau Ching https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2371 May 1916 1
99 63 344 K. J. McEuen
99 63 348 Chen Chi Mei https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1947 May 1916 a order about killing all government agents by rebels was reported to the police 2
99 63 349 Chékiang
99 63 353 Lieu Sau Tsche https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2161 May 1916 Lieu Sau Tsche was an ox-Hupoh Taotai who organised a rebel in the Frenchtown in Shanghai 1
99 63 354 Sun Yat-Sen
99 63 356 Sung Cheng Yen https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2294 27th May 1916 Two newspaper venders were arrested in Shanghai 3
99 63 358 Tsang Loo Zung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2353 May 1916 2
99 63 359 Yu Ya Ching
100 63 360 Daung Bah https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2033 1916-1917 7
100 63 361 Tsang Chi Tsoong
100 63 362 Tsu Tuh Eu https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2372 31st May 1916 1
100 63 365 Li Ying Zah
100 63 366 Chu Tsung
100 63 369 Woo Cha Loh
100 63 372 Zee Li Hyuin https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2452 Jun 1916 Zee Li Hyuin was a military officer arrived in Shanghai 1
100 63 376 Ming Ko Pao
100 63 380 General Yang - Sun Yat-Sen
100 63 384 Kuo Ming Tang
100 63 385 Li Yuen Hung
100 63 387 Wo Ching Ming
100 63 388 Li Tsung Woo
100 63 389 Chang Chi
100 63 390 Zee Koh Liang
100 63 391 Chou Ching Tsan
100 63 392 Yung Doo https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2432 Jun 1916 1
100 63 393 Sun Yat-Sen
100 63 394 Sun Yat-Sen
100 63 396 Nyeu Tih Sung
100 63 397 Feng Kou Chang
100 63 398 Hwang Hsin https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2116 19th Jul 1916 1
100 63 399 Han Hwei
100 63 401 Daung Zen Tsang https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2038 1916 1
100 63 405 Doong Ts Wen https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2051 23rd Jun 1916 Doong Ts Wen was a society built by militarists who aimed at protecting their social interests.1
100 63 406 Li Yuen Hung
100 63 407 Tsung Woo Sz Zen Wei
100 63 408 Doong Ts Wei
100 63 409 Feng Kuo Chang
100 63 411 Joseph Issac https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2125 1915 52
100 63 414 Li Yuen Hung
100 63 415 Liu Kwe Yung
100 63 416 Lee Ting Sun
100 63 420 Ting Ching Li https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2333 Jun 1916 A bomb explosion occurred at No. 30 Ting Ching Li alleyway on 29th June, one man was killed and three men were wounded, they were all rebels; a rumour said the General Yang was murdered, but it was not ture 1
100 63 423 Admiral Sah
100 63 426 A. Nielsen
100 63 428 Tong Ting Kwong https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2335 1916 the list of the military officers' name 4
100 63 429 Zung Zung Zen https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2466 Jul 1916 the members of Kuomingtang held a meeting to decide to form a new society called Zung Zung Zen 1
100 63 431 Admiral Sah
100 63 432 “Kiang Yui” https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2131 Jul 1916 “Kiang Yui” was a small gun boat. The police reported the appearance of this boat in Shanghai 1
100 63 434 Huang Hsing
100 63 437 Loo Yung Ziang
100 63 443 Tsou Ching Tsung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2365 11th Jul 1916 1
100 63 445 Han Chow
100 63 446 Sz Kyung Yuin https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2298 13th Jul 1916 Sz Kyung Yuin was a high official and was about to arrive in Shanghai soon 1
100 63 447 Wong Tsung Ding
100 63 448 Wu Pah Ching
100 63 449 Li Ping Shu
100 63 452 Sun Yat-Sen
100 63 456 Wong Tsung Ding [On microfilm this number is also used for notice from Consul General for Portugal.] https://archive.org/details/smpa-63/page/n433/mode/2up
100 63 463 Zee Koh Liang
100 63 465 Yuan Shih Kai
100 63 466 Li Ting Sing https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2145 21st Jul 1916 1
100 63 469 Yih Ping Shang https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2418 Jul 1916 mostly unreadable, Yih Ping Shang was a hotel 1
100 63 470 Pah Vung Wei
100 63 481 Zee Koh Liang
100 63 483 Han Yoong
100 63 484 Chung Li Pah
100 63 487 Mr. Ma Chun Wu
100 63 488 Zee Koh Liang
100 63 490 Zee Koh Liang
100 63 491 Arnold Karberg & Co. https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1963 2nd Aug 1916 1
100 63 493 Yao Ts' Zang https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2417 Aug 1916 1
100 63 494 “Taung”
100 63 496 Sun Yat-Sen
100 63 499 Feng Kou Chang
100 63 502 Zau Woo Kyung
100 63 503 Max Kindler https://archive.org/details/smpa-63/page/n437/mode/2up
https://archive.org/details/smpa-63/page/n461/mode/2up
https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2188
Jul-Sep 1916 38
100 63 504 Lo Pau Hung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2172 8th Aug 1916 unreadable content 2
100 63 507 Zhi Nyi Soo
100 63 513 Hyui Li Nyien
100 63 514 Lieu Jieu
100 63 515 Lu Yoong Ziang
100 63 516 Ho Hai Ming
100 63 517 General Yang - Admiral Sah Chen Ping https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2084 Aug 1916 mostly unreadable 2
100 63 518 J. B. A. Grote
100 63 519 Pah Jien Yoh Tzen Wen https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2236 Aug 1916 2
100 63 520 Ching Yeu Li
100 63 521 The Truth of Fokien
100 63 525 Nyeu Tih Sung
100 63 530 Koh Ming Zeu Eu Wen https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2134 Aug 1916 1
100 63 532 Han Hwe
100 63 533 Han Hwe
100 63 544 Sale of pistols by Ettinger
100 63 550 Yu Yah Ching
100 63 557 Koh Ming Tong Society https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2133 Aug 1916 3
100 63 558 Lieu Yah Sing
100 63 561 Zee Kyi Vung
100 63 562 Li Tsung Woo
100 63 563 Han Hwe
100 63 566 Han Hwe
100 63 567 Chang Sz Yung
100 63 568 Tsai Da Pei
100 63 569 Han Hwe
100 63 570 Tang Shao Yi
100 63 571 Daung Yao Ching
100 63 572 Tang Shaw Yi https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2304 14th Sep 1916 1
100 63 578 An auction of the property of the deceased
100 63 580 Van https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2382 15th Sep 1916 2
100 63 581 Tsang Sz Zung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2355 Tsang Sz Zung conducted the Manchu Restoration Party 1
100 63 585 Han Hwe
100 63 586 Han Hwe
100 63 588 Sa Ho https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2261 23rd Sep 1916 Sa Ho was a rebel 3
100 63 589 Tsang Siau Tien
100 63 590 General Lu
100 63 591 Loo Tuh Kw - Li Tsong Ngoh https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1945 22nd Sep 1916 The General Yang received two telegrams from Peking and Nanking respectively, Li Tsong Ngoh, the Director of the Arsenal would be removed from the office. 1
100 63 592 Ming Kou Da Sing Yung Pao
100 63 593 Tieh Liang https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2330 20th Sep 1916 1
100 63 597 Ling Liang Gee
100 63 598 Tsang Au Tsing https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2349 26th Sep 1916 1
100 63 601 Woo Ling Fong
100 63 609 Zee Pou Yiang
100 63 610 Woo Au
100 63 611 Lieu Gee
100 63 613 Tsaung Ting Hung
100 63 618 41 Dau Tuh Li
100 63 624 Moh Siang Yao Ettinger
100 63 625 Nielsen
100 63 636 General Lu https://archive.org/details/smpa-63/page/n1109/mode/2up Oct 1916
100 63 639 Pah Vung Wei
100 63 641 Ling Sz Fong
100 63 642 Tuchun Feng
100 63 644 Tang Shao Yi
100 63 647 Wang Tu Fei
100 63 648 Pah Vung Wei
100 63 650 Yu Ya Ching
100 63 650 “Chinese Merchants Meeting” https://archive.org/details/smpa-63/page/n1121/mode/2up Oct 1916 3
100 63 651 Yu Ya Ching
100 63 652 Yu Ya Ching
100 63 653 Lee Vang Hwe
100 63 654 Waung Pih
100 63 655 385 Sien Tuh Li
100 63 665 Zau Kya Ziang
100 63 666 Tientsin Incident
100 63 670 Wong Tsang Zau https://archive.org/details/smpa-63/page/n1135/mode/2up Feb 1918 王_沼 connected to the navy, born Shanghai, educated St John's university, agent to New York Life Insurance until 1905, joined Navy. Teacher to family in Ningbo, went to Hankou opened a stationer's shop. Claimed to be leader of Liberty Party (自由黨) 8
100 63 671 Loo Vung San
100 63 672 Loo Vung San
100 63 675 Lo Fong Sang
100 63 676 Mr. Yang Ch'Eng
100 63 679 Yang Sin Teh https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2413 Apr 1916 Chinese and Japanese's issue about housing, a request to arrest the Japanese involved 1
100 63 681 General Hwang Hsing https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2080 Oct 1916 the information of rebels around China (locations and estimated numbers) 2
100 63 682 Li Ping Su
100 63 683 Yu Ya Ching
100 63 685 Woo Ta Tseu https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2408 Nov 1916 A telegram was received and invited the general Yang to send a telegram to the Central Government 1
100 63 686 Yu Ah Nyong https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2422 Nov 1916 A rebel was arrested and released on the 27th October with a payment of a fine of 100 dollar 1
100 63 688 Kau Yih Fee https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2130 Nov 1916 Kau Yi Fee was a rebel leader and he planned to establish a new society in Pingchao road to promote the welfare of rebels. 1
100 63 694 Cho Lan Fong https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2010/page/n1/mode/2up Mar 1916 3
100 63 695 Chinese troops https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2005 Nov 1916 Newspaper article about the current data of Chinese troops around the nation 1
100 63 696 Kong Ching Tsung
100 63 697 Zung Ping Sze https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2460 the payment collection of the applications for sending away rebel leaders from Shanghai, the payment list has been categorised 24
100 63 698 Tuchun Feng
100 63 699 Huang Hsing
100 63 701 Li Tsoong Ngoh https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2146 Nov 1916 recorded the the movements of these figures: Li Tsoong Ngoh 李宗岳, Loo Voong San 羅凤山, Zee Nyeu Kau 徐元浩, Liang Chi Tsao (maybe 梁启超 but cannot find this name on the internet), Zee Kou Liang, Lee Taun Woo 5
100 63 702 Tseng Kwaung Lu
100 63 703 Sing Woo Dan
100 63 706 Chung Soong Yang https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2017 Nov 1916 Chung Soong Yang did not pay the officers and soldiers of Sungkiang 2
100 63 709 Wong Yung Da https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2398 Nov 1916 Wang Vung Da was a member of Kuomingtang party 2
100 63 710 Tsung Kwaung Lieu https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2374 Nov 1916 Tsung Kwaung Lieu was a member of Manchu Restoration Party who established an office in Frenchtown and was trying to induce the ex-Honan rebels to join him 1
100 63 714 Daung Chi Sung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2036 Nov 1916 the information about a memorial service for Daung Chi Sung, about 200 persons attended the event 4
100 63 715 Zung Ying Nyi
100 63 716 Zau Kya Ziang
100 63 717 Loo Vung San
101 63 740 Tsen Tsun Hsuan https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2361 29th Nov 1916 Tsen Tsun Hsuan was ex-commander of the Republican troop 1
101 63 743 Zung Tsung Huan
101 63 744 Liang Chi Tsao
101 63 745 Li Lih Chun https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2142 Dec 1916 4
101 63 746 Loo Yoong Ziang
101 63 749 Min Te Pao
101 63 751 Yong Shung Lien Kwan
101 63 757 Sing Woo Dan https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2421 Dec 1916 12 rebel leaders held a meeting in a hotel at 7pm 1
101 63 759 Proposed distribution of steamer tickets https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3582 Dec 1916 social accident 1
101 63 760 Han Hwe
101 63 765 Huang Hsin
101 63 766 General Li Tsung Wo
101 63 768 Sun Hung Yi https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2285 Dec 1916 5
101 63 769 Han Hwei's
101 63 774 Reproduction of photo of officers https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2256 19th Dec 1916 1
101 63 777 Ng Ziang Kaung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2220 18th Dec 1916 2
101 63 778 Vai Sung Jao
101 63 781 Wong Pah Zung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2390 1916 2
101 63 782 Zau Li Waung
101 63 787 Chiungkiang https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2008 Dec 1916-Jan 1917 20
101 63 790 Lieu Foh Sun
101 63 791 Lieu Foh Sun
101 63 793 Ta Woo Dae https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2299 21st Dec 1916 Several Rifle Range bombs were removed from places including in the document 1
101 63 798 Chen Ting Mo
101 63 799 Siao Pah Tseu https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2272 23rd Dec 1916 Siao Pah Tseu was a rebel leader 1
101 63 800 Li Tsung Woo
101 63 809 General Hwang Hsin
101 63 821 Ettinger and Josef
101 63 854 Tsung Sung Dzo https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2376 1917-1926 many documents unreadable 37
101 63 861 Zung Tsung Choeu
101 63 864 Fong Wei Ching https://archive.org/details/smpa-63/page/n1371/mode/2up 1916 Last file on Roll 63. Transaction involving purchase of arms. 3
101 64 894 Mr. Cassell https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2206 1914-1919 17
101 64 898 Yang Tcheng
101 64 906 Pah Vung Wei
101 64 922 Theodore Saridis
101 64 923 Zong Cheng Fah
101 64 938 Photo
101 64 940 Nielsen
101 64 941 Mrs. Lea Cox https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2212/page/n1/mode/2up 1917-1919 8
101 64 942 Tang Shao Yi
101 64 951 Pah Vung Wei
101 64 952 Wai Yu Zia
101 64 970 Man Chu Li https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2185 Mar-May 1917 9
101 64 972 Kan Pah https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2129 Apr 1917 7
101 64 997 Tang Shao Yi
101 64 1003 Dittman - Nielsen https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2046 14th Mar 1917 1
101 64 1029 D. Abramovitch https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2024 Mar-Apr 1917 13
101 64 1031 Nielsen - Baumert
101 64 1060 C. Nielsen
101 64 1062 Rothman watching for Nielsen https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2257 2nd Mar 1917 1
101 64 1094 D. S. Schmidt https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2025 19th Apr 1917 D. S. Schmidt saw Ettinger on Apr 18th 2
101 64 1214 A. Ettinger
101 64 1265 Max Kindler
101 64 1266 Chen Ting Mo
101 63 1291 Fritz Pasche
101 64 1315 Lok Chi Tsa
101 64 1458 E. Josephi
101 64 1465 Ettinger - Joseph https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2054 Sep 1917 4
101 64 1466 Max Kindler
101 63 1471 Suiza Refuge
101 64 1549 Woo Ping Chien
101 64 1641 Dr. Kindler
101 64 1690 The Ho Hwai curse
101 64 1906 Sih Tseng Ong https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2273 1915 16
101 64 1957 Lists of Chinese and Japanese newspapers in Shanghai https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2168 1918 8
101 64 2076 Michael Doll https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2197 1918-1919 22
102 64 2103 Russian Consulate Pass Port Case https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2258 Jun-Jul 1918 48
102 64 2354 Anonymous report from Cantonese presidents, 10/3/16
102 63 2376 Max Kindler https://archive.org/details/smpa-63/page/n465/mode/2up
102 64 2393 Russian revolutionaries, 12/11/18 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2259 1918 four men insulted harassed Russians in Shanghai; Newspaper articles about Russian Revolution and related events in Shanghai from North China Daily News and The Shanghai Gazette 12
102 64 2507 Chinese Red Cross Society, 1919
102 64 2672 George E. Sokolsky, 10/21/19 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2089 1919 George E. Sokolsky was a man who aimed to promote Bolshevist idea in China, and he has travelled around China for a while 8
102 64 2674 Bolshevist activities expected in Shanghai
102 64 2837 Re Shanghai Chronicle
102 64 2862 Book in Russian
102 64 2882 Meetings at the Cantonese Club [Microfilm header reads 2888] https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2192 Jul 1919 7
102 64 2915 Departure of Mrs. Ettinger
102 64 2929 Report on A. Ettinger
102 64 3012 Publication in Russian called “Shanghai Life” https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2251 Oct 1919 including the editors' information 9
102 64 3039 Newspaper law May, 1909
102 64 3078 Printing and circulating false rouble notes, 9/19 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3285/page/n17/mode/2up 1919-1921 80
102 64 3233 Political activities of Russians in Shanghai https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2247 Feb 1920 including multiple Russians' accounts 7
102 64 3239 Bolshevist attempt activities in Shanghai; also “Daily Reports” https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1981 1920 including Newspaper articles 32
102 64 3262 Whereabouts of G. Kun alias Zung Bai Koong
102 64 3271 Daily report
102 64 3308 Evening Standard re Bolshevist methods of propaganda Angelica Balabanoff https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2057 27th Mar 1920 1
102 64 3314 Enquiries re articles in Shanghai Times on Bolshevist propaganda in China
102 64 3315 Articles from the Central China Post on various social problems https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1975 Feb-Mar 1920 9
103 64 3509 Daily reports, 23 Aug. 1920
103 64 3527 Daily reports, 2 Sept. 1920
103 64 3536 Meeting at No. 27 Elgin Road https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2191 1920 国民大会, 189 persons, 165 members and 24 guests 9
103 64 3547 Movement to hold National Citizens' Convention https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2204 Sep 1920 8
103 64 3572 Daily report, 16 Oct. 1920
103 64 3607 Daily report, 16 Nov. 1920
103 64 3702 Bolshevist activities in Shanghai https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1980 local Bolsheviks established the Esperanto Schools in Shanghai Jan-Feb 1921 7
103 64 3841 The Bolshevist movement as seen from Shanghai since 1 Jan. 1921
103 64 3844 Sir Everard D. H. Fraser, K.C.M.G., 30 Mar. 1917 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2280 Mar 1917 14
103 64 3871 Translation of extracts from the Count De Toulouse Lautrec De Savine’s book
103 64 3955 Tsang Tsung Koh alias Hai Tsung Li
103 64 4060 Leaflet advocating the abolition of extraterritoriality https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2139 Aug 1921 8
103 64 4172 The case of the “Ralph Moller”
103 64 4177 Extract from the daily report of 17 Sept. 1921 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2059 the date on the paper was not the date recorded in the title 1
103 64 4184 Compte - Rendu https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2021 Oct 1921 17
103 64 4188 Provincial Autonomy Co-operative Society https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2021/mode/2up Oct 1921 17
103 64 4190 Memorandum on letter from F. Parlani to S. A. Serebriannikoff https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2021/mode/2up Oct 1921 17
103 64 4341 Arrest of wanted Russian named G. A. Efron https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1967 1920-1943 16
103 64 4342 The China Press, Jan. 8, 1922
103 64 4353 The Shanghai Gazette, Nov. 24, 1921
103 64 4373 Bolsheviks quarters and leaders
103 64 4398 Interview with Mr. Metzler, Deputy Commissioner for Russian Affairs, about control of Russians in the settlement
103 64 4409 Complaint against George Semenoff, former Russian leader https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2020 Feb-Mar 1922 The China Press and Pecking & Tiensin Times reported this affair, the reports have been included in this official records file 4
103 64 4423 Mr. H. S. Kim
103 64 4463 Translation of photograph copies. One written by Lang Dal Ho.
103 64 4514 Anarchism and Communism in China https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1960 1922-1923 foreign anarchists initiated social events in China to promote the idea of Anarchism,including German, Russian, Japanese, etc. 27
103 64 4542 Translation of a circular which is being distributed amongst Koreans in Shanghai
103 64 4545 Russian and Bolshevist activities in Shanghai
103 64 4550 Arrest of seven Koreans in French Town
103 64 4578 Translation of a declaration issued on May 13, 1922, by the Association of All Societies of the Chinese Republic
103 64 4581 Suspected prominent Bolshevist
103 64 4639 Search of 19C Chengtu Road
103 64 4652 The demand for increased pay for seamen https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3286/page/n9/mode/2up 1922-1923 116
103 64 4654 Attempt by malefactors to disable ships of Russian volunteer fleet
103 64 4694 New Russian magazine
104 64 4714 Anti-Bolshevist publication https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1962/mode/2up Aug 1922 3
104 64 4777 Hong Kong Shun Po, Hong Kong, 1 Aug. 1922
104 64 4793 Mr. McDavid’s view on dangers of Russian immigration
104 64 4794 Deportation of foreigners who are subject of non-treaty powers https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2043 May 1922 5
104 64 4806 Arrival of the SS Shin Yu
104 64 4816 Arrival of Russians from Vladivostock
104 64 4829 Arrival of steamer from Vladivostock: Chinese Labourers’ Association, 559 Poo Ching Li
104 64 4831 The Shanghai Times, Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1922 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2002 Nov 1922 English translation version of Chinese Laboureres Association Regulation 11
104 64 4855 The Shanghai Times, Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1922 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2325 1st Nov 1922 A telegram reported that 13 warships has escaped from Vladivostok 2
104 64 4859 Bolsheviks in Shanghai, Dec. 2, 1922
104 64 4870 Deportation of Caftons https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2042 Dec 1922 5
104 64 4874 Movements of well-known Bolsheviks
104 64 4880 List of ships comprising Admiral Stark’s fleet now at Woo Sung
104 64 4913 Refugees from Admiral Stark’s fleet https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2254 1922-1925 3
104 64 4919 Japanese associates of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen
104 64 4926 Union Insurance Society of Canton, Ltd. Shanghai https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2380 1922-1925 11
104 64 4989 The municipal regulations of the French Concession https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2316 1923 47
104 65 5013 Photo of Mr. and Mrs. Joffe
104 65 5044 Translation of prospectus issued in connection with the formation of the Korean Workers’ Army obtained in Dr. Fearn’s church on Apr. 13, 1923
104 65 5095 Circular re organization of citizens army to promote self government in Canton
104 65 5165 Daily report, June 19, 1923
104 65 5169 Translation of extracts from Russian newspapers
104 65 5214 New Shanghai Life, July 24, 1923 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2218 1923-1925 5
104 65 5233 The Shanghai Times - “Is Bolshevism Possible in Kwangtung?” https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2323 1923-1924 12
104 65 5303 The Shanghai Times, Jan. 4, 1924
104 65 5319 The Far Eastern Times, Oct. 6, 1923
104 65 5342 The Shanghai Sunday Times, Apr. 6, 1924 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2322 1923-1924 38
104 65 5374 Shanghai Municipal Police, Nov. 13, 1923
104 65 5471 Bahá'í Movement Esperanto, etc., (Chen Ting Mo)
104 65 5483 A manifesto issue by the Kuomintang Party on the subject of its reorganization https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1952 11
104 65 5492 Chinese factory and labour union laws https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3287 1929 368
104 65 5495 Bolshevist propaganda
104 65 5516 Shanghai Mercury, Saturday, Feb. 9, 1924
104 65 5526 Sz Ka Siao Pao
104 65 5594 Translation from the Echo de Chine of Apr. 1, 1924
105 65 5607 Trebitsch Lincoln
105 65 5607 II (I.T.T.) Ignatius Timothy Trebitsch Lincoln
105 65 5607 III Trebitsch Lincoln (Abbot Chao Kung)
105 65 5628 List of labour unions referring to Yangtzepoo District https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3288/page/n91/mode/2up 1928 Key figures of Labour Unions and the detailed addresses of Unions 97
105 65 5645 The Chinese Workmens and Merchants Improvement Society, 3115 Haining Road https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2312 May-Sep 1924 38
105 65 5715 On observation on Russian cruisers at Woosung https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2234 Jul 1924 32
105 65 5782 General Ma Yu Zung interviewed https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3289/page/n33/mode/2up 1924 174
106 65 5821 Bolsheviks in Shanghai
106 65 5948 Bolshevik propaganda
106 65 5985 Photographs of 3 Russian bandits https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2245 29 Jan 1920 Newspaper article about 30 Russian Men arrested and recognised as spies 3
106 65 6023 Mixed court proceeding against strikers https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3290/mode/2up 1925 264
106 65 6203 Extract from Black List. Recent movements.
106 65 6232 Strike situation - important happenings, meetings, propaganda, etc.
106 65 6266 Communistic matters https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2019 Jun 1925 2
106 65 6350 Chinese Bolsheviks’ activities in the General Strike https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1999 Jul 1925 providing the general information of 陈独秀, 翟秋白, 李大钊, etc. 4
106 65 6441 Soviet documents https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2281 Sep 1925 2
106 65 6508 Mixed court proceedings against Zinovii Dosser, male, 43, and Ivigna Dosser or Fillipova, female, 26
106 65 6510 Case of Zinovii Dosser and Alexander Gregorenko
106 65 6522 Photos, Aug. 20, 1925
106 65 6564 The Russian Labour delegation https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2274 1922. 1925 16
106 65 6600 Silk documents
106 65 6614 Recruiting of Russians for militarists K. Kawakami https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3581/mode/2up Aug-Sep 1925 An officer who was also a photographer commented on Japanese society 2
106 65 6686 Bolshevik activities in China as a preliminary to war https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1978 Oct 1925 many paragraphs unreadable 6
106 65 6691 Extracts from files of 1915, 1919, 1921 re student activities https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2061 1915, 1919, 1921 60
106 65 6696 Bolshevik propaganda among sailors with special reference to efforts to undermine loyalty of members of British fleet https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1984 Oct 1925 many paragraphs unreadable 6
106 65 6701 Proposals to combat Bolshevism https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2249 21st Oct 1925 3
106 66 6715 Copy of a report from V. A. [Microfilm header reads 6716]
106 66 6722 Conversation with No. 50 (Russian Social Revolutionist) https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2023/mode/2up Oct 1925 9
106 66 6810 Translation of the Law of Penalties for Breaches of Police Regulations etc. https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2345 48
106 66 6863 Kjwisc Kimm, Kenean Dr.
106 66 6901 The Japanese Weekly Chronicle
106 66 6903 The North China Daily News, Jan. 5, 1926 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2318 June 1 1926 newspaper article title: No Real Bolshevism: Borodin Merely an Adviser: The Red Labours for Peace 2
106 66 6925 Peking and Tientsin Times, Jan. 10, 1927 [Microfilm header reads 6920] https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2243 1926/ 1927 8
106 66 6952 The Shanghai University
106 66 6953 The Great China University https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2314 Jan 1925 the general details and history of the Great China University 2
106 66 6980 Arrival in Shanghai of Russian General Bourlin
106 66 6984 New Orenburgh Cossack Organization https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2216 1926 12
107 66 7040 George Stambo alias B. Goluboff alias Gorny
107 66 7042 Mission engaged upon inspection of Soviet Consulates https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2202 1926 9
107 66 7111 Translation of a booklet entitled Feng Yu Hsiang's 'Red' Intrigues Revealed https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2337 Apr 1926 6
107 66 7154 Sin Wan Pao, June 6, 1926 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2276 Mar-Jun 1926 19
107 66 7232 Chinese Distress Relief Society https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2001 Jul 1926 the society's 4 duties: (1) assisting extremist agitators (2) promoting public demonstrations (3) collecting funds for agitators (4) publishing a bi-weekly journal 4
107 66 7241 Intelligence Report - Shanghai College of Law, French Town
107 66 7245 Chinese courts in the settlement and French Concession https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2000 1926-1931 40
107 66 7271 Shanghai College of Law https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3262/page/n1/mode/2up Aug 1926 contained the important figure of Shanghai College of Law 4
107 66 7317 Japanese Cotton Millowners' Association https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2123 Jan 1927 8
107 66 7456 Ataman G. M. Semenoff
107 66 7513 Career of Bill Prohme - The Shanghai Evening Post and Mercury, Dec. 30, 1935
107 66 7540 Russians in Marshal Chang Chung Chang's army https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2260 unclear date information information about foreign troops in China 3
107 66 7563 Extracts from D.S.I. Robertson’s report re L. K. Kentwell, July 1, 1927 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2060 1927 68
107 66 7587 Tramway Company, Jan. 12, 1927 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3291/mode/2up Jan-Mar 1927 118
107 66 7592 Memorandum on the movements of M. Fratkin, Soviet employee, Apr. 8, 1932 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2196 1927-1932 26
107 66 7627 A declaration of the Chinese Communist Party https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1950 Feb 1927 10
107 66 7645 A letter from the office of the 1st Propaganda Corps of the Chihli-Shantung Allied Forces of the Ankuochun Army https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1951 Feb 1927 4
107 66 7668 The Canton Gazette - International Workers Delegation
107 66 7660 Chinese arrested for distributing inflammatory pamphlets to British soldiers
107 66 7804 Arrest of 7 Communists on May 5, 1927 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1965 Apr 1928 49
107 66 7815 Search of suspected Communist Headquarters https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2264 Apr 1927 7
107 66 7860 Arrival of Soviet agent, Mar. 21, 1928 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1970 26 Aug 1927 the arrival of Chief Vice Consul of the USSR, including the details of their residing places 3
107 66 7864 Memorandum on the movements of a suspected Javanese Communist known as Moeso or Musso, alias H. M. Gajati, alias Cajiee
107 66 7871 Attempt to arrest Zung Kong Poh, notorious Communist https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3263/page/n1/mode/2up https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3580/page/1/mode/2up May 1927 / April 1937 The 1937 file is about the attempt to arrest Li Zoong Sing instead of Zung Kong Poh 3 / 3
107 66 7884 Arrival of agents of the Third International from Canton
107 66 7892 Extract from Suspect List No. 1, May 19, 1927
108 66 7921 Chinese who are proceeding from Hankow to Holland by a Japanese steamer https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2006 May 1927-Jan 1928 including a Chinese proof of detention with the reason that this person sabotage the Northern Expedition 14
108 66 7926 Re E. M. Hovans-Kojevnikoff, alias E. Pick alias C. Klige
108 66 8034 Memo No. 390 - Search Parties June 2, 1927 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2193/mode/2up Jun 1937 17
108 66 8259 Lawrence E. de S. Hoover https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3264 Feb-Mar 1929 / Aug 1927 The 1927 page is the introduction of Lawrence E. de S. Hoover's career path, mentioning both South Asian and East Asian countries 14
108 66 8449 Arrival of Soviet steamer Indigirka from Vladivostock https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1971 12 Oct 1927 1
108 66 8632 Observation on Soviet Consulate
108 66 8651 Departure of Soviet agents https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2041 Dec 1927 2
108 66 8760 Munitions on board the SS Votland and Duisburg https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3292 1916-1929 137
109 66 8847 Adolpho Carpi
109 66 8874 Request for information re Douglas James Grant https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3265 Feb 1928 Details about a mother's letter to her son saying that she was anxious to know his news as her son had not contacted her for many days 5
109 66 8976 Naigai Mata Kaisha, Ltd.
109 66 8993 Translation of a letter from the Chief of the French Police to Captain Barrett, Commissioner of Police
109 66 9085 Haimovitch barred from racing https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2093 1929-May 1930 Mr. Victor Haimovitch from riding was suspended because of the complaint. Two press reported this news 4
109 66 9121 List of newspapers, periodicals and news agencies in Shanghai https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3293 1924-1935 315
109 66 9148 Japanese meeting https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2124 1928 39
109 66 9179 Manufacture of grenades https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2186 May 1928 7
109 66-67 9199 Pamir Expedition, 3-5-7 Feb. 1929 https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3294 1928-1929 285
109 67 9257 The Shanghai United Club https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3295 1929 many of them unreadable 84
109 67 9282 Dr. O. Fischer returns from European journey https://archive.org/search?query=Subject%3A%28IO+Files%29+AND+Subject%3A%28SMPA%29&page=5 1928-1934 18
109 67 9287 Index to Provisional Court file https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2119 2
109 67 9369 Arrival of Soviet agent https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-1969 1928-1929 5
109 67 9429 New movement towards U.S.S.R. in Nanking politics https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2215 Apr-Aug 1929 Newspaper articles about the movement 9
110 67 9524 Population in Shanghai census https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3296 1928 / 1929 / 1939 90
110 67 9530 International Seamen's Club
110 67 9563 Photograph of Soviet citizens
110 67 9583 Kuomintang and Social Bureau https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3297 1928-1930 77
110 67 9614 The All-China Labour Federation to the All-India Trade Union Congress https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2306 Sep 1928 21
110 67 9625 Re “Shanghai Postal Worker” (pamphlet) https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-3298 1928-1929 86
110 67 9701 Shanghai Zarya - Podiagin’s million https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2268 Oct 1927 4
110 67 9780 The Russian Peasant Labour Party https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2320 1929 18
110 67 9783 Re Squires Bingham Ltd. https://archive.org/details/smpa-files-2118 1926-1931 36
110 67 9878 Activities of local Bolsheviks
110 Political occurrences, etc., during the month of August 1925, which affected the International Settlement
110 General Strike, Shanghai 1925
110 Statistical reports
111 Newspaper clippings
111 Circulars
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