12 documents
11/12 results        
Photographer
ID123
NameDonald Mennie
Family NameMennie
Given NameDonald
Field of ActivityBusiness and photography
Date of birth1875-76
Place of birthScotland
Date of death10/1/1944
Place of deathShanghai, China
Biographical information

Donald Mennie arrived in China c.1899, and later became Managing Director of the pharmacy A.S. Watson and Co, in Shanghai. 

During the 1920s, Mennie published his photographs in ‘China by Land and Water’, ‘The Pageant of Peking’, ‘Glimpses of China’, ‘China, North and South’, 'Picturesque China' and ‘The Grandeur of the Gorges’.  Mennie’s photographs illustrated My Lady of the Chinese Courtyard’ by Elizabeth Cooper (1914) and 'The Great River: The story of a voyage on the Yangtze Kiang' by Gretchen Fitkin (1922).

Mennie was interned in the Lunghua camp, Shanghai by the Japanese military in March 1943. He died while interned on 10 January 1944.
 

Sources

Greg Leck, Captives of empire: The Japanese Internment of Allied Civilians in China, 1941-1945.

URLhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Donald_Mennie
11/12 results        
© 2012 University of Bristol - Projet Director: Robert Bickers
Site created by Gérald Foliot - Hosted by TGIR HUMA-NUM
The site is part of the Virtual Cities Project: Beijing - Hankou - Saigon - Shanghai - Suzhou - Tianjin - Zhejiang

Page rendering in 0.132s