Selected Bibliography of Hedda Morrison's Published Photographs

Arndt, H.W., Asian Diaries, Asia-Pacific Monograph Series: 2 (Singapore: Chopmen; New York: Advent 1987).

Cammann, Schuyler V.R. (Schuyler Van Rensselaer), Substance and Symbol in Chinese Toggles; Chinese Belt Toggles from the C.F. Bieber Collection, (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, [1962]).

Eberhard, Wolfram, Hua Shan: The Taoist Sacred Mountain in West China, Its Scenery, Monasteries and Monks (Hong Kong: Vetch and Lee Ltd., 1973).

Hedda Hammer, "Eisenblumen," Folklore Studies (Museum of Oriental Ethnology, Catholic University of Peking), vol. 1, 1942.

---------------, "Chinese Artist," Geographical Magazine, 20:4 (August 1947), 150–151.

---------------, "Chinese Harmony," Geographical Magazine, 21:4 (August 1948), 151–154.

---------------, "Colours of Peking," Geographical Magazine, 23:2 (June 1950), 49–53.

---------------, "In the Holy Places of Hua Shan: A Dance, a Legend, and an Offering," The Illustrated London News, 211 (30 Aug. 1947), 247–249.

---------------, "Lost tribe of China," Arts of Asia, 10:3 (May–June 1980), 82–91.

---------------, Life in a Longhouse (Singapore: Summer Times, 1988).

---------------, "Making Books in China," Canadian Geographical Journal, 39:6 (Dec. 1949), 232–243.

------------- -, "Man in the Street, Peking," Canadian Geographical Journal, 36:5 (May 1948), 222–241.

---------------, "Paper Cut-outs," Canadian Geographical Journal, 40:3 (March 1950), 124–127.

--------------, "Photographer in Old Peking," Arts of Asia, 9:3 (1979), 60–72.

--------------, A Photographer in Old Peking (Hong Kong: Oxford University Press, 1985).

--------------, Sarawak (Singapore: Donald Moore Gallery, 1965; Federal Publications, 1976).

--------------, "Some Musical Instruments of China," Arts of Asia, 13:3 (1983), 83–96.

--------------, "Street Life in China: I. Made for the Children," Geographical Magazine, 21:1 (May 1948), 34–37.

Man displaying books with side-sewn bindings in a bookshop - HM08.4415
Man displaying books with side-sewn bindings in a bookshop

--------------, Travels of a Photographer in China, 1933–1946 (Hong Kong; New York: Oxford University Press, 1987).

------------, Leigh Wright, K.F. Wong, Vanishing World: the Ibans of Borneo (New York: Weatherhill, 1972).

--------------, "Visit to the Lost Tribe," Geographical Magazine, 20:7 (Nov. 1947), 253-260.

--------------, and Alastair Morrison, "Chinese Toggles: a Little Known Folk Art," Arts of Asia, 16:2 (1986), 68–75.

Kates, George N. The Years That Were Fat: Peking, 1933–1940, (New York: Harper, [1952]). Illustrated with Hedda Morrison's photos.

---------------, Chinese Household Furniture (New York: Harper, 1948). Illustrated with Hedda Morrison's photos.

Martinique, Edward, Chinese Traditional Bookbinding: a Study of its Evolution and Techniques. Asian Library Series, no. 19, Studies in East Asian Librarianship ([San Francisco]: Chinese Materials Center, 1983). Illustrated with Hedda Morrison's photos.

"Digital Imaging Facility Established," Harvard University Library Notes, Nov. 1999, pp. 5–6.

"Digital Initiative Brings Library of Future into Focus," Harvard University Gazette, 25 March 1999, pp. 1 and 8.

"Forgotten China Revealed in New Electronic Tools," Harvard University Gazette, Nov. 18, 1999, p. 12.

Harvard University Library Letters, Nov. 2001 (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Library). Photo by Hedda Morrison on cover; contains information on the LDI project.

Hoffman, Alfred, Nanking (Shanghai: Verlag von Max Noessler & Co., 1945).

Roberts, Claire, "In Her View: Hedda Morrison's Photographs of Peking, 1933–1946," East Asian History, No. 4 (Dec. 1992), 81–104.

------------, "Hedda Morrison's Jehol—A Photographic Journey" East Asian History, No. 22 (Dec. 2001), 1–16.

Steichen, Edward, The Family of Man (New York: Museum of Modern Art, 1955), p. 12. Exhibition catalog.

Return to top

Page Last Reviewed: July 10, 2017