36 items in this album on 2 pages.

Song Meiling, Song Ziwen, and Song Qingling, mid-1910sPortrait of Song Ziwen, circa 1920sPortrait of Song Ziwen, circa 1915-1930Group portrait of Army reorganization conference attendees, China, 25 Jan 1929
Song Meiling, Song Ziwen, and Song Qingling, mid-1910sPortrait of Song Ziwen, circa 1920sPortrait of Song Ziwen, circa 1915-1930Group portrait of Army reorganization conference attendees, China, 25 Jan 1929
Song Ziwen and his wife Zhang Leyi in Shanghai, China, 1930sChiang Kaishek and Song Ziwen in Shanghai, China, 1930sSong Ziwen visiting a mosque in Xining, Qinghai, China, May 1934Portrait of Song Ziwen seen in Japanese publication
Song Ziwen and his wife Zhang Leyi in Shanghai, China, 1930sChiang Kaishek and Song Ziwen in Shanghai, China, 1930sSong Ziwen visiting a mosque in Xining, Qinghai, China, May 1934Portrait of Song Ziwen seen in Japanese publication 'Latest Biographies of Important Chinese', 1941
Portrait of Song Ziwen, circa 1930sSong Ziwen and Ku Weichun in the United Kingdom, date unknownPortrait of Song Ziwen and his wife Zhang Leyi, 1940sSong Ziwen and Chiang Kaishek at a meeting, circa 1940s
Portrait of Song Ziwen, circa 1930sSong Ziwen and Ku Weichun in the United Kingdom, date unknownPortrait of Song Ziwen and his wife Zhang Leyi, 1940sSong Ziwen and Chiang Kaishek at a meeting, circa 1940s
Song Ziwen signing the document to which the United States and the United Kingdom relinquished their spheres of influence in China, 1940sSong Ziwen, Halifax, Churchill, Roosevelt, King, and others at the Arcadia Conference, Washington DC, United States, Dec 1941-Jan 1942Canadian Prime Minister King, British Ambassador Halifax, and Chinese Ambassador Song with US President Roosevelt, Washington DC, United States, 1 Jan 1942Walter Nash, Lord Halifax, Song Ziwen, Alexander Loudon, and Manuel Quezon with Franklin Roosevelt, Washington DC, United States, 1 Jan 1942
Song Ziwen signing the document to which the United States and the United Kingdom relinquished their spheres of influence in China, 1940sSong Ziwen, Halifax, Churchill, Roosevelt, King, and others at the Arcadia Conference, Washington DC, United States, Dec 1941-Jan 1942Canadian Prime Minister King, British Ambassador Halifax, and Chinese Ambassador Song with US President Roosevelt, Washington DC, United States, 1 Jan 1942Walter Nash, Lord Halifax, Song Ziwen, Alexander Loudon, and Manuel Quezon with Franklin Roosevelt, Washington DC, United States, 1 Jan 1942
Song Ziwen posing for a photograph with a recently-signed Sino-American agreement in hand, Washington DC, United States, 2 Jun 1942Francisco Castillo Najera, Franklin Roosevelt, Manuel Quezon, Cordell Hull, and other Allied leaders at the White House, Washington DC, United States, Jul 1942Song Zian, Song Ziliang, and Song Ziwen with their wives in Washington DC, United States, Dec 1942Chinese Foreign Minister Song Ziwen at a press conference, Chongqing, China, 1942-1945
Song Ziwen posing for a photograph with a recently-signed Sino-American agreement in hand, Washington DC, United States, 2 Jun 1942Francisco Castillo Najera, Franklin Roosevelt, Manuel Quezon, Cordell Hull, and other Allied leaders at the White House, Washington DC, United States, Jul 1942Song Zian, Song Ziliang, and Song Ziwen with their wives in Washington DC, United States, Dec 1942Chinese Foreign Minister Song Ziwen at a press conference, Chongqing, China, 1942-1945

36 items in this album on 2 pages.

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