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This illustration was drawn from the land utilization conditions of an aerial photo.
2. Old Aerial Photo of Xinzhu Area
(Matching tags: maps,documents)
The shape of the Xinzhu airport is revealed to be just like that of a baseball field—a quadrilateral.
This aerial photo shows the natural sights of the Taipei basin 60 years ago, revealing the undeveloped area of eastern Taipei.
4. Map of Taiwan
(Matching tags: maps,documents)
This map records administrative borders, villages, transportation, mountain ranges, and rivers, providing information for understanding different facets of Taiwan, ......
5. Survey Plan—The New Irrigation Canal Site in Houli
(Matching tags: maps,documents,Japanese colonial period)
This illustration is a large-scale site investigation survey for river remediation planning.
6. Map of Forest Distribution
(Matching tags: maps,documents,Japanese colonial period)
This illustration shows the survey and arrangement of state-own lands and indigenous reservations undertaken by the forestry administration during the Japanese colonial period.
7. Irrigation Map of Taichung Prefecture
(Matching tags: maps,documents,Japanese colonial period)
Irrigation associations control the distribution of irrigation water for further management and deployment.
8. The Latest Detailed Map of Beiping City
(Matching tags: maps,documents)
Precious maps leave detailed records of lives and landscapes underneath a certain historical backdrop.
9. The Gaoping River Remediation Map
(Matching tags: maps,documents,Japanese colonial period)
This map exhibits the Japanese colonial government’s remediation project of the Gaoping river.
10. Feng-shan—The Japanese Colonial Period Map of Taiwan
(Matching tags: maps,documents,Japanese colonial period)
The Japanese Colonial Period Map of Taiwan is one of the achievements of the Japanese Colonial Government accomplished while undertaking a land survey of Taiwan from 1898-1904.
11. Diplomatic Credentials: Diplomatic Credentials from the Ch'ing Court to France
(Matching tags: documents,National Palace Museum)
Diplomatic credentials are official documents sent by the head of state, as representative of his government, to the head of another country. As instruments in international negotiations ......  ...
12. Edicts: Edict for the Personal Rule of the T'ung-chih Emperor
(Matching tags: edict,documents,National Palace Museum)
An edict is one of the "sacred instructions" (or decrees) issued by the emperor. Being an official document presented by the emperor, the beginning must start with the phrase, ......
13. Map of Taiwan and the Penghu Archipelago
(Matching tags: maps,documents,National Palace Museum)
The “Chih-fang-shih” section of the “Hsia-kuan” chapter of the Chou li (Rites of Chou) records that the "Chih-fang-shih  ......
14. Tripitaka in Tibetan / Tripitaka in Manchu
(Matching tags: sutra,documents,National Palace Museum)
With more than 2000 years of history, Buddhism has long been a major world religion. The translation of Buddhist scriptures, known as sutras, into Tibetan and Manchu  ......
15. Gold-leaf Tributary Document from Siam
(Matching tags: documents,National Palace Museum)
This is an extremely refined example of a gold-leaf tributary document from Siam (present-day Thailand). Known as a “piao” in Chinese, it refers to documents written by foreign vassal leaders ...
16. Manuscripts and Packets from the Historiography Institute
(Matching tags: documents,National Palace Museum)
In 1690, under the K'ang-hsi Emperor, the Historiography Institute was established at court as part of the Hanlin Academy  ......
17. Archives of the Diary-keeper
(Matching tags: documents,National Palace Museum)
The "Ch'i-chü chu" (Diary-keeper)" was the title of an official in imperial China whose duty was to record the daily actions and sayings of the emperor into what was known as the "Archives ...
18. Illustration of Victory: Archives of the Grand Council
(Matching tags: print,documents,National Palace Museum)
The Grand Council of State was created from the Military Supply Office, an agency established in the Yung-cheng period (1723-1735) by the Board of Revenue and Population for the mobilization of troops ...
19. Palace Memorials
(Matching tags: documents,National Palace Museum)
The drafting and submitting of documents to the court in the early Ch'ing dynasty followed the system used in the previous Ming dynasty (1368-1644). ......  ...
20. Archives in Old Manchu
(Matching tags: documents,National Palace Museum)
In 1599, the Manchu leader Nurhaci, in order to solve the need to transmit written messages and make government records, ......
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