Record

Ref NoDM2990
TitlePaul Kaye Collection
DescriptionPaul Kaye (1918-2012) lived in Shanghai from 1923 to 1940. His father was Japanese, his mother English. He was a boy scout and he served in the Shanghai Volunteer Corps, as well as the British Army.

See also a related collection, the Kliene Family Collection. Historical Photographs of China ref: Ky.

DM2990/1: Black cloth photograph album. Photographs taken in Shanghai, 1930s (Historical Photographs of China ref: Ky01).
DM2990/2: Green/brown cloth photograph album. Photographs mostly taken in Shanghai, 1930s (Historical Photographs of China ref: Ky02).
DM2990/3: Black cloth photograph album, late 1930s-1940s (Historical Photographs of China ref: Ky03).
DM2990/4: Red cloth photograph album. Photographs taken in Singapore, Malaysia, Java, Sri Lanka, Hong Kong, UK, 1940s (Historical Photographs of China ref: Ky04).
DM2990/5: Burgandy plastic photograph album. Photographs taken in Shanghai, 1989 (Historical Photographs of China ref: Ky05).
DM2990/6: A memoir by Paul Kaye entitled 'I Remember One Time'.
DM2990/7: Photocopy of 'Historic Shanghai' by C.A. Montalto De Jesus (The Shanghai Mercury, 1909).
DM2990/8: Photocopies of assorted pages from 'The Totem - Official Organ of British Scouts in Shanghai' (1939-1940).
DM2990/9: 'Prisoner of the Japanese' by Tom Henling Wade (Kangaroo Press, 1994).
DM2990/10: A memoir by Ronald Ian Kliene entitled 'Out of China'.
Date1930s-1989
FormatPhotograph album
Paper
Book
Extent2 boxes
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